As the Chicago Blackhawks open 2019 Development Camp on Monday, July 15, here are just a few of the names you should keep an eye out for as the week rolls along.
On-ice sessions are slated to run Monday-Thursday from 1:00-5:00 p.m. with a scrimmage at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, July 19. Stay tuned throughout the week for full coverage and a live stream of the scrimmage on Blackhawks.com.
BLOG: Pick your perfect Hull plan for the 2019-20 season
From rivalry nights to holiday games, 9-Game Hull Plans have something for every Blackhawks fan
The Chicago Blackhawks are now accepting deposits for 21-Game Mikita Plans and 9-Game Hull Plans for the 2019-20 season! Placing a deposit today for a partial season ticket plan will secure your priority purchase opportunity before the general public when plans become available later this month.
Each 9-Game Hull Plans offers something unique for every Blackhawks fan. With four different partial plans to choose from, Blackhawks.com broke down the best matchups of each Hull Plan for the 2019-20 season.
A three-time Stanley Cup champion, former Blackhawk Colin Fraser struggled to adjust to post-hockey life. Now, as a member of Chicago's scouting department, he's playing a big role in the future of his former club.
After a successful NHL stint that resulted in three Stanley Cup championship rings and the admiration of just about everyone he ever encountered, Colin Fraser packed up his family and headed to Germany in 2016 to continue his hockey career.
Everything seemed ideal, from his coach, to the city of Nuremberg, to the apartment he shared with his wife and two children (with another on the way) to the team that was in first place when the calendar turned to November of '16.
While all appeared right with the world, it wasn't.
On the latest episode of the Chicago Blackhawks official podcast, Senior Writer Chris Kuc and Blackhawks TV's Adam Burish dive into the Robin Lehner signing, discuss what's left to do in building the 2019-20 roster and take an in-depth preview at next week's Development Camp. Then, Blackhawks.com's Carter Baum sits down with Senior Vice President/General Manager Stan Bowman to discuss the offseason and more.
FEATURE: Nylander's offensive talent full of 'stuff you can't teach'
Blackhawks deal from position of strength for coveted Nylander
Seated at the draft table on the floor of First Niagara Center in Buffalo without a first-round selection during the 2016 NHL Draft, Blackhawks Senior Vice President/General Manager Stan Bowman waited patiently while some of the top prospects in hockey were scooped up by other teams.
One of the players Bowman had admired going into the draft was flashy forward Alexander Nylander, who was taken with the No. 8 pick by the Sabres. On Tuesday, Bowman finally got his man as the Blackhawks acquired the 21-year-old Nylander from the Sabres in exchange for defenseman Henri Jokiharju.
BLOG: Nylander rocks Dad's Blackhawks sweater after trade
The newest member of the Blackhawks organization, Nylander shared his excitement after Tuesday's trade
Alexander Nylander didn't have to look far for a Blackhawks sweater after Tuesday's trade with Buffalo brought the 8th pick in the 2016 NHL Draft to Chicago.
The son of former Blackhawk Michael Nylander, the newest member of the Blackhawks organization posted on Instagram shortly after the trade with the Sabres was announced. Wearing his Dad's #92 jersey, Nylander pulled off a Bottle Cap Challenge with a little extra meaning.