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POSTED ON Friday, 06.29.2012 / 10:35 AM
By Leah Hendrickson - chicagoblackhawks.com / The Blackhawks Blog

Last week, the Blackhawks added a new Finnish forward to the system with the 18th pick in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft. As a friendly welcome to our new Blackhawk, the Blackhawks Blog gives you The Friday Five: The Teuvo Teräväinen edition.

Teräväinen is a few months shy of his 18th birthday, but spent the entire 2011-12 season with Helsinki's Jokerit of the top professional league in Finland. Take a look back at some of his impressive goals with the club.

1. August 28, 2011 – Teräväinen nets his first goal for Jokerit off a nice pass from teammate Jani Rita. It was Jokerit’s second goal of the night. The Helsinki squad would go on to win the game 3-0, capturing the European Trophy (Europe’s most prestigious hockey pre-season tournament).

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POSTED ON Thursday, 06.28.2012 / 1:29 PM
By Leah Hendrickson - chicagoblackhawks.com / The Blackhawks Blog
Every week, the Blackhawks Blog will feature fan tweets that reply to our official Twitter account @NHLBlackhawks mixed in with the tweets from some Blackhawks themselves! Send us your thoughts on the Blackhawks’ players, games and more, and you could be a contributor to our next Tweet Sheet.

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POSTED ON Friday, 06.22.2012 / 5:08 AM
By Leah Hendrickson - chicagoblackhawks.com / The Blackhawks Blog

Each week, the Blackhawks Blog will give you five stats you need to know about the Blackhawks this season. This week, we take a look at the first-round draft picks selected by the Blackhawks in the last five NHL Entry Drafts.

1. 2011: Mark McNeill (18th overall)

The Blackhawks’ first selection in last year’s NHL Entry Draft in Minneapolis, Minn. ranked second on the WHL’s Prince Albert Raiders with 40 assists and third with 71 points (31G, 40A) in 67 regular-season games this season in the 2011-12 campaign.

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POSTED ON Thursday, 06.21.2012 / 10:59 AM
By Leah Hendrickson - chicagoblackhawks.com / The Blackhawks Blog
Every week, the Blackhawks Blog will feature fan tweets that reply to our official Twitter account @NHLBlackhawks mixed in with the tweets from some Blackhawks themselves! Send us your thoughts on the Blackhawks’ players, games and more, and you could be a contributor to our next Tweet Sheet.

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POSTED ON Friday, 06.15.2012 / 1:17 PM
By Leah Hendrickson - chicagoblackhawks.com / The Blackhawks Blog


With their second-to-last pick of the 1983 NHL Entry Draft in Montreal, the Chicago Blackhawks selected goaltender named Dominik Hasek 207th overall. This 10th-rounder would go on to win six Vezina Trophies and two Hart trophies in Buffalo, and a Stanley Cup with Detroit.

In the history of the draft, the Blackhawks have found their share of gems, players that were selected in the later rounds but would go on to make substantial impacts on the team. Here's a look at the biggest steals in Blackhawks draft history.

1. Steve Larmer—selected in the sixth round (120th overall) in the 1980 NHL Entry Draft in Montreal.

Steve Larmer snuck under the radar in 1980 when he was selected in the sixth round, but now ranks in the Blackhawks' top-five in points (923), goals (406) and assists (517). He won the Calder Memorial Trophy for Rookie of the Year in 1983. Larmer played in 891 games in 12 seasons with the Blackhawks, placing him at No. 7 on the franchise leaderboard for games played in a Blackhawks sweater.

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POSTED ON Thursday, 06.14.2012 / 9:58 AM
By Leah Hendrickson - chicagoblackhawks.com / The Blackhawks Blog

Every week, the Blackhawks Blog will feature fan tweets that reply to our official Twitter account @NHLBlackhawks mixed in with the tweets from some Blackhawks themselves! Send us your thoughts on the Blackhawks’ players, games and more, and you could be a contributor to our next “Tweet Sheet.”
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POSTED ON Friday, 06.08.2012 / 8:47 AM
By Leah Hendrickson - chicagoblackhawks.com / The Blackhawks Blog


On June 6, one of the Blackhawks' defensemen added blew out one more candle on his birthday cake. That's right, Blackhawks blueliner Niklas Hjalmarsson turned 25 on Wednesday.

As a celebration of the Swedish import's special day, we bring you The Friday Five: Niklas Hjalmarsson Edition. Swedish meatballs for all!

1. Among the 230 players drafted in the 2005 NHL Draft, Niklas Hjalmarsson is one of only nine defenseman to have played in over 260 NHL games.

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POSTED ON Thursday, 06.07.2012 / 9:41 AM
By Leah Hendrickson - chicagoblackhawks.com / The Blackhawks Blog
Every week, the Blackhawks Blog will feature fan tweets that reply to our official Twitter account @NHLBlackhawks mixed in with the tweets from some Blackhawks themselves! Send us your thoughts on the Blackhawks’ players, games and more, and you could be a contributor to our next “Tweet Sheet.”
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POSTED ON Friday, 06.01.2012 / 1:00 AM
By Leah Hendrickson - chicagoblackhawks.com / The Blackhawks Blog

With the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals underway, the Friday Five revisits the five most memorable moments in the Stanley Cup Finals in Blackhawks history.

1. Charlie Gardiner’s shutout over the Detroit Red Wings for the entire game and 30:05 of sudden-death overtime in the series-deciding Game 4 of the 1934 Stanley Cup Finals.

“Smiling Charlie” kept the Red Wings off the scoreboard through one and a half overtime periods. At the time, Gardiner was suffering from a chronic tonsil infection. He was the first goaltender to captain a Stanley Cup champion.

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POSTED ON Thursday, 05.31.2012 / 1:45 PM
By Leah Hendrickson - chicagoblackhawks.com / The Blackhawks Blog

Every week, the Blackhawks Blog will feature fan tweets that reply to our official Twitter account @NHLBlackhawks mixed in with the tweets from some Blackhawks themselves! Send us your thoughts on the Blackhawks’ players, games and more, and you could be a contributor to our next “Tweet Sheet.”
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