Updates on Blackhawks prospects from around the hockey world.
It’s been pretty solid up north for this bunch of prospects.
Multiple injury updates are on this round of updates, with a few unfortunate developments mixed in.
Antti Saarela and Ilya Safonov are doing great. Everybody else? Ehh.
Rockford’s won just two of its last nine games, free-falling down the standings in the process.
Despite a disappointing WJC, Fantilli is back on pace as one of the best draft-eligible NCAA players since Jack Eichel.
It’s an Abba pun. Get it? Because he’s Swedish?!
Michkov, playing on loan to HK Sochi, has just one assist since the last update.
The highest-touted prospect since Crosby and McDavid is absolutely living up to the hype.
The top NCAA prospect in years will be another name high up on draft boards this summer.
The Seattle Thunderbirds will be a team to watch for Blackhawks fans.
The 6-foot-4 defensemen is finally hitting his stride offensively.
The top European skater is productive in Russia’s top leagues but won’t be in the NHL for years.
Leo Carlsson will likely be available to come to the NHL sooner than Matvei Michkov but may be ranked lower on draft boards.
Commesso is on a roll coming out of winter break.
The Blackhawks prospects will have new teams upon their return from the World Juniors.
Now that the games are behind us, let’s talk shop.
Blackhawks World Juniors Prospect Update, 1/3: Stjernborg scores GWG for Sweden, Canada (barely) advances
A thrilling quarterfinal for the Swedes.
Let’s get 2022 over with already. Jeez.
And del Mastro and Dach got assists? We’re spoiled!
Sad couple of days to be a German.
Happy Holidays! (If you’re Swedish or Czech)
Hey, at least someone’s winning!
Rockford’s won six of its last 10.
Points per game is the name of the, um, game.
Promotions all over the place!
One other prospect was among the final cuts.
Team Canada leads the way with five Blackhawks prospects.