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Blackhawks Sign Forward Nathan Noel

(CBS) The Blackhawks have signed forward Nathan Noel to a three-year deal that runs through the 2019-’20 season, they announced Thursday afternoon.

The 19-year-old Noel had 24 goals for the Saint John Sea Dogs of the Quebec Major Junior League in the regular season. 21 more words

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Who Will Remain After the Trades: Crawford, Hjalmarsson, or Quenneville?

The day will come when all fans, no matter what sport, will have to say goodbye to some of their favorite players in the offseason. You can watch your favorite player suck all season long, and still get teary eyed when they get traded to another team. 535 more words

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Blackhawks firings continue, Rockford coach Ted Dent relieved of duties

Just one day after firing Blackhawks assistant coach Mike Kitchen, GM Stan Bowman made another move by firing Ted Dent, head coach of the Blackhawks’ AHL affiliate in Rockford. 369 more words

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Blackhawks Crazy: And That's That...What Now?

In the final episode of Season 2 of the Blackhawks Crazy podcast, Mike Jacobsen and Scott King along with former Hawk Brent Sopel and Jimmy Greenfield put a bow on the 2016-17 season. 18 more words

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Blackhawks fire Rockford IceHogs head coach Ted Dent

CHICAGO – The latest change after a first round playoff exit for the Blackhawks didn’t even come with the main team.

On Tuesday the organization decided to part ways with Rockford Ice Hogs head coach Ted Dent, ending his long association with the franchise. 78 more words

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Blackhawks Fire Icehogs Coach Ted Dent Amid More Organizational Change

(CBS) Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman has continued to follow through on his stated promise that organizational change was coming after a disappointing end to the season. 127 more words

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Blackhawks Fire Assistant Coach Mike Kitchen

CHICAGO (AP) – The Chicago Blackhawks have fired assistant coach Mike Kitchen.

Kitchen joined coach Joel Quenneville’s staff in July 2010. He helped the Blackhawks win the Stanley Cup in 2013 and 2015. 93 more words

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