Latest Blackhawks News
United Center to require proof of vaccination or negative COVID test for events — including Blackhawks games
The venue announced that all event attendees will need either physical or digital proof upon arrival
The deal kicks in next season and carries an annual salary cap hit of $4.4 million.
NBC Sports Chicago is moving some staff around, including the reported departure of two veterans.
He’s now under contract through the 2023-24 season.
Alexander Maximiliam Michael Junior Nylander Altelius is back.
The Swedish forward has been out of the NHL since 2017 but was still playing overseas.
Esposito was named one of the NHL’s 100 greatest players in 2017.
This move keeps him under team control through the 2023-24 season.
Murray has been a staple of the organization dating back to the 1980s.
After becoming a fan-favorite during his rookie season, Hagel is here to stay in Chicago.
An internal statement from CEO Danny Wirtz contained the pledge.
The reigning Vezina Trophy winner was rumored to be contemplating retirement after being traded from Vegas.
Three former Blackhawks forwards have inked new deals outside of Chicago.
Perhaps the most polarizing player on the Blackhawks roster is heading north of the border.
The two teams that met in the 2015 Stanley Cup Final combined for a trade.
A quick flurry of Blackhawks news for Monday evening.
After 14 seasons and over 800 games, Hjalmarsson is leaving the league that made him a three-time Stanley Cup champion.
Chicago adds another defenseman to the organization.
The Blackhawks send Adam Boqvist, picks back for the Blue Jackets defenseman
Chicago opens with three games on the road.
Seattle went way off the board with this reported move.
Zadorov was the most notable omission from Chicago’s list of protected players.
A few news items for your Monday morning.
Chicago is also reportedly pursuing blue-line help in the offseason.
The captain revealed that he was recovering from Chronic Immune Response Syndrome.