After the NHL draft, free agency and other off-season moves, NHL.com is considering where each team stands in preparation for the 2022-23 regular season, which begins October 7. Today, Chicago Blackhawks:
2021-22 season: 28-42-12, seventh in the Central Division; Did not qualify for the Stanley Cup playoffs
Peter Marazekg: The 30-year-old was acquired by the No. 25 selection in the 2022 NHL Draft in a commercial deal with the Toronto Maple Leafs on July 7 for a second round (No. 38) in 2022. Mrazek was limited to 20 games (18 start) last season due to Hip injury, he went 12-6-0 with 3.34 goals-to-average and 888 saves. … Max DomyF: The 27-year-old signed a one-year contract on July 13. He had 39 points (11 goals, 28 assists) in 72 regular season games with the Carolina Hurricanes and Columbus Blue Jackets last season, and six points (three goals, three assists) in 14 Stanley Cup playoffs with the Hurricanes. … Andreas AthanasioF: The 27-year-old signed a one-year contract on July 13. He had 17 points (11 goals and six assists) in 28 regular season games and one goal in six playoff games with the Los Angeles Kings last season. … Alex Stalockg: The 34-year-old, who signed a one-year contract on July 13, played in one game with the San Jose Sharks last season and is expected to be the replacement to start the season. … Colin BlackwellF: The 29-year-old, who signed a two-year contract on July 13, scored 20 points (10 goals, 10 assists) in 58 games with the Maple Leafs and the Seattle Kraken last season. … Luke Richardson, coach: The 53-year-old was appointed on June 27 to replace Derek King after four seasons as an assistant coach with the Montreal Canadiens.
Video: Max Domy joins the Chicago Blackhawks
Alex DeBrinkatF: Traded before the Ottawa Senators on July 7 for No. 7 and 39 in the 2022 Draft and a third-round pick in the 2024 NHL Draft, DeBrincat had 78 points in 82 games last season, leading the Blackhawks with 41 goals. … Dylan StromF: He became an unrestricted free agent after not receiving a qualifying offer and signed a one-year contract with Washington Capitals on July 13. Ström had 48 points (22 goals, 26 assists) in 69 games last season. … Kirby DashF: Traded with the Canadians 13th and 66th in the 2022 draft on July 7, Dutch had 26 points (nine goals, 17 assists) in 70 games last season. … Dominic KopalekF: He became an unrestricted free agent after not receiving a qualifying offer and signed a two-year contract with the Detroit Red Wings on July 13. He had 32 points (15 goals, 17 assists) in 78 games last season. … Calvin de HanDr: The unfettered free man scored eight points (four goals and four assists) in 69 games last season. … Eric GustafsonDr: He signed a one-year contract with Capitals on July 13. He had 18 points (three goals, 15 assists) in 59 games last season. … Kevin Lankineng: He signed a one-year contract with the Nashville Predators on July 14 after going 8-15-6 with 3.50 GAA and .891 savings in 32 games (29 starts) last season. … Colin Deliag: He signed a one-year contract with the Vancouver Canucks on July 13 after playing 1-4-1 with 3.85 GAA and 0.899 savings in eight games (six starts) last season. … Henrik BurgströmF: He signed a one-year two-way contract with The Capitals on July 14 after the final season of a two-year contract he signed with the Blackhawks ended on May 12, 2021. He had seven points (four goals, three assists) in 52 games last season.
On the edge
Lucas RachelF: The 20-year-old, a first-round pick (#17) in the 2020 National Hockey League, had one assist in 11 games for the Blackhawks last season and 57 points (21 goals, 36 assists) in 56 games with Rockford. . American Hockey League. With all the casual moves, he should get his chance with Chicago this season. … Alex VlasicDr: The 21-year-old had a goal and assist in 15 games for the Black Hawks last season after signing an entry contract on March 15 and could be the opening night’s roster. He had eight points (one goal, seven assists) in 32 games with Boston University before turning professional. … Arvid Soderblumg: The 22-year-old, who could get his share of starting this season, played three games for the Black Hawks last season, going 0-2-0 with 5.01 GAA and 863 saves. He was 21-15-2 with a 2.76 GAA and .919 savings percentage in 38 AHL games.
They still need
They need to know if the veterans Patrick King And the Jonathan Toews Will buy in rebuilding. General Manager Kyle Davidson said on July 14 that he had held discussions with the strikers, but did not know their position on Blackhawk’s plan going forward. If Toews and Kane don’t want to be a part of the rebuilding, Chicago needs to move them over for future assets.
they said that
“I think it’s really hard to set (the expectations) right now to be honest, because going into last season, maybe a lot of pre-season predictions made us do a lot better than we did. And I’m assuming going into this season, a lot of people are going to be skeptical of us, so It is up to the players on the ice to decide where they will end up and the coaching staff to put together a good plan and strategy for the game every night.When you drop the disc, we’ll see how it goes, but that’s why you play.” General Manager Kyle Davidson
After a lot of movement this off-season, forward Taylor Radish He is a young player who can provide some cheating value this season. The 24-year-old, acquired in a deal with Tampa Bay Lightning on March 18, had 10 points (six goals, four assists), including three points in strong play (all goals), in 21 games with Chicago of the season. Past. Raddysh could eventually be awarded a top-six and power-playing powerhouse with potential exposure to Kane, making him a potential potential candidate this season. – Jensen’s house
Video: LAK @ CHI: Raddysh launches Kurashev’s short feeding side
Lucas Rachel – Jonathan Toze – Patrick Keene
Andreas Athanasio – Max Domy – Tyler Johnson
Philip Kurashev – Mackenzie Entwistle – Colin Blackwell
Sam Lafferty – good essence – Taylor Radish
Jake McCabe – Seth Jones
Alex Vlasic – Conor Murphy
Riley Stillman – Caleb Jones
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