Updates on Blackhawks prospects from around the hockey world.
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Keep track of Second City Hockey’s list on the Blackhawks’ best players under age 25.
The No. 13 overall pick from the 2022 NHL Draft could be a steal for Chicago
The 2020 first-round pick had his first glimpse of NHL action last season.
The No. 7 overall pick jumps into the top three.
We’ll give you one guess.
After a sophomore season that didn’t see a massive step, bigger things may be coming from Kurashev.
The Blackhawks are hosting the event this year.
The second-year winger lands at 5.
Mitchell climbs one spot from the 2021 rankings.
Commesso was one of only two players in the Blackhawks organization to receive a 2022 Olympic invite.
The NCAA defensemen’s position on the T25U25 rises in tandem to his stock to the Blackhawks.
The young blue-liner made his NHL debut after turning pro last spring.
Arvid Soderblom went from the second-best save percentage in the SHL to winning co-MVP with Rockford, helping the team to the playoffs.
The former Red Wings prospect raised some eyebrows again during 2021-22.
The 6-3, 20-year-old defenseman is already making an impact with the Rockford IceHogs
The Blackhawks have taken a lot of defensemen in the first round, but perhaps none as raw as Rinzel.
The first-round pick from 2021 moves up after a strong WHL season.
The remaining Dach brother makes his first appearance on the T25U25.
Teply moves up from an honorable mention last year, appearing again for the first time since Fall 2020.
Drafted five years ago, Galvas makes his first appearance on the list.
A strong sophomore season moved Slaggert up one spot.
Another prospect making his debut, del Mastro served as the captain of the Mississauga Steelheads in his first season since 2019-20.
Appearing on the list for the first time, Rolston was a fifth-round pick by the Avs in the 2020 NHL Draft.
Another young Blackhawks player drops in the rankings.
Speedy, two-way center Ludwinski debuts on the T25U25 after being selected 39th overall in the 2022 NHL Draft.
The left-handed blueliner dropped out of the top 10 and to No. 24 in 2022
A trade acquisition makes his first — and only — appearance on the list.
A trio of forwards just missed the cut.
A quick history lesson and an acknowledgment of the biggest issue in the present.