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Blackhawks' prospect Chris Calnan ranked No. 63 in SB Nation's 2016 Top 100 NCAA prospects list

The 2012 third-round pick makes the No. 61-70 installment.

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Chicago Blackhawks prospect Chris Calnan is ranked No. 63 on SB Nation College Hockey's 2016 Top 100 NHL Prospects list.

Calnan, a 2012 third-round pick by Chicago, has scored three goals and nine points in 26 games during his junior season at Boston College. The 6-foot-2, 209-pound right-handed shot forward and the Eagles will play No. 11 Harvard in the Northeast Regional of the NCAA Tournament. He is the nephew of former Blackhawk Jeremy Roenick.

Here is the breakdown from SBNCH:

Calnan is often overshadowed by some of the bigger name prospects on Boston College's roster, but he's a player that quietly goes about his business and is extremely effective, even if his goal-scoring numbers took a bit of a dip in his second season. He doesn't stand out in any particular area with mind-blowing skills, but is a smart, effective hockey player that could make him a reliable NHL player for a long time.

The Hawks have four prospects on the list so far, as Calnan joins Dennis Gilbert, Anthony Louis and John Hayden.

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