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BLOG: Kane named No. 2 among top wingers in NHL

Coming off a career-high 110 points, Patrick Kane second among NHL's best wingers

by Carter Baum @CarterBaum / Blackhawks.com

There's no denying Showtime's impact. 

The league's third-highest scorer in 2018-19 and second among wingers, Patrick Kane was named No. 2 on the list of best wingers in the league as NHL Network continued its summer countdown of the game's best.

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BLOG: Kublalik earns MVP honors as Swiss National League leading scorer

Forward's 57-point campaign led Swiss league and HC Ambrì-Piotta

by Carter Baum @CarterBaum / Blackhawks.com

When the Blackhawks top prospects hit the ice for Development Camp a few weeks ago, noticeably absent from on-ice activities was the highly-touted Dominik Kubalik. Instead, the forward spent a few days in town adjusting to the city while taking a break following a lengthy and career-best season - one that just earned him MVP honors in the Swiss National League. 

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BLOG: Antti Saarela, Gravel square off at World Junior Summer Showcase

by Carter Baum @CarterBaum / Blackhawks.com

Blackhawks prospects Alexis Gravel (Canada) and Antti Saarela (Finland) went head-to-head on Wednesday afternoon as the Europeans took a 8-3 win at the World Junior Summer Showcase. 

After leading Canada to a 4-2 win on Tuesday with two goals and an assist, Kirby Dach was not in action against Finland. 

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BLOG: Dach shines in World Junior Summer Showcase win over USA

Third-overall pick scores two goals, adds assist in 4-1 win for Canada

by Carter Baum @CarterBaum / Blackhawks.com

Fresh off a few weeks in Chicago for Development Camp and the Blackhawks Convention, Kirby Dach is continuing his whirlwind summer at the World Junior Summer Showcase with Team Canada. 

In Canada's first game of the Showcase, Dach scored two goals and had a beautiful assist in a 4-1 win over the U.S.

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BLOG: Numbers unveiled for newest Blackhawks

Find out which numbers each will wear when they hit the ice at the United Center this season.

by Carter Baum @CarterBaum / Blackhawks.com

With so many new faces joining the Blackhawks this offseason, it's time to debut the numbers each will wear when they hit the ice at the United Center this season.

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BLOG: Top five Q&A panels you can't miss at 2019 Blackhawks Convention

Mark your programs, we're circling the best of the best at the 2019 Blackhawks Convention

by Carter Baum @CarterBaum / Blackhawks.com

It's almost Blackhawks Convention weekend. With 11 amazing Q&A panels on the docket and many more great events throughout the weekend, we decided to try to rank some of the best that you can't miss. 

There's still time to join the fun with passes and rooms available at Blackhawks.com/Convention, and if you can't make it to the Chicago Hilton, you can catch some of the panels streamed live on Blackhawks.com. For the full streaming schedule, click here

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BLOG: New alumni at the 2019 Blackhawks Convention

Legendary Blackhawks spanning several decades return for the 2019 Blackhawks Convention

by Carter Baum @CarterBaum / Blackhawks.com

The 2019 Blackhawks Convention boasts one of the most robust attendee lists to date, especially when you consider several big-name alumni who are making their first Convention debuts. (You can view the full attendee list here.)

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FEATURE: Alexis Gravel more at home in second Development Camp

19-year-old netminder taking leadership role heading into fourth season in Halifax

by Carter Baum @CarterBaum / Blackhawks.com

For any newly-drafted player, the weeks that follow can be a whirlwind. Fresh off a life-altering weekend, the year's draft class is quickly thrust into a new city, a new organization and thrown into the fire with seminars, workouts and on-ice sessions at Development Camp. It's easy to see how any first-year attendee could be overwhelmed. 

That was the case a year ago for Alexis Gravel, the Blackhawks sixth-round selection in the 2018 NHL Draft. 

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FEATURE: Versatility, depth give Colliton roster options he wanted

Blackhawks offseason moves put head coach in enviable position ahead of first full season in charge

by Carter Baum / Blackhawks.com

The Blackhawks have made six trades and two signings, acquiring nine new players in total over the last 32 days, rebuilding and retooling the roster heading into Jeremy Colliton's first full season in charge. With nearly each one, the words "depth", "versatile" or some synonym of two has shortly followed from Senior Vice President Stan Bowman, explaining the vision of the team going forward. 

It's a vision that starts with how Colliton himself wants his team to look come October. 

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