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Sept. 21 lines: Blackhawks vs. Red Wings

by Chicago Blackhawks Media Relations / chicagoblackhawks.com

Brandon Saad -- David Kampf -- Richard Panik
Alex DeBrincat -- Nick Schmaltz -- Patrick Kane
Patrick Sharp -- Artem Anisimov -- Ryan Hartman
Jordin Tootoo -- Tanner Kero -- Tommy Wingels

Duncan Keith -- Connor Murphy
Luc Snuggerud -- Brent Seabrook
Viktor Svedberg -- Jordan Oesterle

Corey Crawford
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Blackhawks announce roster moves

by Chicago Blackhawks Media Relations / chicagoblackhawks.com

The Chicago Blackhawks have made the following roster moves today:

The following players are re-assigned to Rockford (AHL): D Carl Dahlstrom, F Mathew Highmore, F Matheson Iacopelli, F Luke Johnson, F Graham Knott, F Anthony Louis and D Robin Norell.

The following players have been released from their PTOs: D Robin Press and F Tyler Sikura.

The following players have been released from their ATOs: D Darren Raddysh, G Matt Tomkins and F William Pelletier.

The following players were re-assigned to their respective junior teams: D Henri Jokiharju - Portland Winterhawks (WHL) and F Radovan Bondra - Prince George Cougars (WHL).

With the these moves the Blackhawks have 40 players in camp including 22 forwards, 13 defensemen and 5 goaltenders.

The Blackhawks continue their preseason tonight with a game at the United Center vs. Detroit at 7:30 p.m. The game can be seen on WGN-TV and WGN Radio.

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Blackhawks announce roster moves

by Chicago Blackhawks Media Relations / chicagoblackhawks.com

The Chicago Blackhawks have made the following roster moves today: The following players have been released from their PTOs: F Drew Miller, F John Mitchell and D Mark Stuart.

With the following moves, the Blackhawks have 54 players in camp including 30 forwards, 18 defensemen and six goaltenders.

The Blackhawks continue their preseason tonight at the United Center vs. Detroit at 7:30 p.m. The game can be seen on WGN-TV and WGN Radio.

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Sept. 19 Roster: Blackhawks at Blue Jackets

by Chicago Blackhawks Media Relations / chicagoblackhawks.com

FORWARDS
39 Kyle Baun
68 Radovan Bondra
17 Lance Bouma
27 Laurent Dauphin
40 John Hayden
36 Matthew Highmore
48 Vinnie Hinostroza
13 Tomas Jurco
64 David Kampf
37 Graham Knott
26 Anthony Louis
25 Drew Miller
16 John Mitchell
73 Will Pelletier
8 Nick Schmaltz

DEFENSEMEN
63 Carl Dahlstrom
42 Gustav Forsling
11 Cody Franson
28 Henri Jokiharju
6 Michal Kempny
52 Darren Raddysh
44 Jan Rutta
55 Mark Stuart

GOALTENDERS
31 Anton Forsberg
30 Jeff Glass
90 Matt Tomkins

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Five Questions With...

Five Questions with Scotty Bowman

On his 84th birthday, NHL's most successful coach discusses his lifelong passion for hockey

by Dave Stubbs @Dave_Stubbs / NHL.com Columnist

NHL.com's Q&A feature called "Five Questions With …" will run every Tuesday throughout the preseason and the 2017-18 regular season. We talk to key figures in the game and ask them questions to gain insight into their lives, careers and the latest news.

The latest edition features Scotty Bowman, the most successful coach in NHL history with nine Stanley Cup championships to his name, five more as a front-office executive. He is entering his 10th season as senior adviser, hockey operations, for the Chicago Blackhawks.

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Training Camp

Saad picks up where he left off with Blackhawks

Power forward back on top line after trade from Blue Jackets

by Brian Hedger / NHL.com Correspondent

CHICAGO -- It didn't take Brandon Saad long to feel comfortable wearing a Chicago Blackhawks jersey again.

After helping them win the Stanley Cup in 2013 and 2015 before being traded to the Columbus Blue Jackets, the 24-year-old forward looked right at home in his first couple of days of training camp. Saad said he enjoyed his two seasons with the Blue Jackets, who traded him back to the Blackhawks on June 23, but Chicago is where his NHL career began.

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Blackhawks to showcase Training Camp Festival in new digital experience

by Chicago Blackhawks Media Relations / chicagoblackhawks.com

The Chicago Blackhawks today unveiled a comprehensive digital experience for this Saturday's Training Camp Festival that will give fans around the world their first chance to see the Blackhawks back on the ice.

Leading up to the event, fans will have the opportunity to set the starting lineups for the scrimmage by submitting their dream player combination for each team on Twitter.

Blackhawks social media accounts will also provide fans with unique player and coach perspectives. Highlights include a GoPro Goalie Helmet Cam, 360-degree video on the ice for the national anthem and in the locker room at intermission, viewpoints from individual players on the bench and on the ice via Snapchat Spectacles, and aerial drone footage from inside the United Center giving fans an unprecedented view of the game. On Instagram, the team will feature stories from the penalty box, including fan-submitted questions for player interviews, as well as a live player walk-and-talk.

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Photos: Connor Murphy paints the ice

by Chase Agnello-Dean / Photography Manager

The United Center got a fresh coat of paint for the 2017-18 season with the help of new Blackhawk, Connor Murphy.

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DeBrincat's OT winner clinches tournament title for Blackhawks

by Emerald Gao / Digital Content Coordinator

Traverse City, Mich. -- Sometimes you have to be lucky to score a goal.

That was Alex DeBrincat's assessment of his overtime game-winner that gave the Blackhawks their first Matthew Wuest Memorial Trophy as prospect tournament champions.

The fact that Luc Snuggerud's shot went high 90 seconds into 3-on-3 overtime was a weird bit of luck, sure. The black disk bouncing off the glass and directly back over the net involved some physics, which in hockey is a type of luck. DeBrincat's backhand swipe that connected solidly with the puck in midair, batting it behind the netminder and sending the rest of his team tumbling joyfully over the boards, was the result of his awareness of the carom, exceptional hand-eye coordination and good positioning in front of the net.

Luck, skill, whatever you want to call it -- it wouldn't be possible without hard work, as the Blackhawks showed in their 3-2 come-from-behind victory over Columbus on Tuesday. And the 61:32 preceding DeBrincat's bit of alchemy was all work, the kind of effort you'd expect to see in Game 7 of a playoff series instead of a mid-September rookie tournament with young prospects trying to shake off rusty legs.

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Prospect Tournament: Blackhawks vs. Blue Jackets lines

by Chicago Blackhawks / chicagoblackhawks.com

Alex DeBrincat -- David Kampf -- Michael Cramarossa
Alexandre Fortin -- Matthew Highmore -- Eric Henderson
Radovan Bondra -- Will Pelletier -- Matheson Iacopelli
Anthony Louis -- Graham Knott -- Kyle Maksimovich

Luc Snuggerud -- Robin Press
Carl Dahlstrom -- Darren Raddysh
Robin Norell -- Olivier Galipeau

Matt Tomkins
Collin Delia

Live stream will begin at 6 p.m. CT.

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