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POSTED ON Monday, 07.29.2013 / 12:22 PM
By Leah Hendrickson - chicagoblackhawks.com / The Blackhawks Blog

Thousands of fans came out to the Sixth Annual Blackhawks Convention at the Hilton Chicago this weekend. From the looks of it, convention-goers had a pretty great time. Here are some of their favorite moments from the weekend.

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POSTED ON Friday, 07.12.2013 / 5:21 PM
By John Hayden - Special to chicagoblackhawks.com / The Blackhawks Blog
Mackenzie McCluer / Chicago Blackhawks

Throughout the week, 2013 draft pick John Hayden will be blogging for chicagoblackhawks.com about his experiences during his first Blackhawks Prospect Camp.

I think this final game was the most competitive of all three scrimmages, especially since we were competing for that big trophy. It’s unfortunate that we got the loss, but I think our team worked hard all three days. We were joking that we got the two wins before this one, so I think we’re still ahead.

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POSTED ON Thursday, 07.11.2013 / 5:38 PM
By John Hayden - Special to chicagoblackhawks.com / The Blackhawks Blog
John Hayden talks with his fellow U.S. NTDP alums during the scrimmage (Photo by Mackenzie McCluer / Chicago Blackhawks).

Throughout the week, 2013 draft pick John Hayden will be blogging for chicagoblackhawks.com about his experiences during his first Blackhawks Prospect Camp.

It was nice to be on the winning side of today’s Prospect Camp scrimmage, but these past two scrimmages have just been exhibition games. Tomorrow is for everything: the last scrimmage of the week, it’s going to be played more like an actual game, and it's our last chance to show what we can do. So we have to bring it all tomorrow again just to make sure we get the win.

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POSTED ON Wednesday, 07.10.2013 / 4:01 PM
By John Hayden - Special to chicagoblackhawks.com / The Blackhawks Blog
Phillip Danault congratulates John Hayden on his scrimmage goal (Photo by Mackenzie McCluer / Chicago Blackhawks).

Throughout the week, 2013 draft pick John Hayden will be blogging for chicagoblackhawks.com about his experiences during his first Blackhawks Prospect Camp.

We got to the rink about the same time as yesterday; one group got to skate, and one group, including me, worked out. After our third day, we’re all getting a better understanding of what being a pro is all about. We’re getting the same treatment that the Blackhawks do, from coaching to our equipment managers and trainers. It’s really motivating us, since we all want to make it to this level.

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POSTED ON Tuesday, 07.09.2013 / 5:35 PM
By John Hayden - Special to chicagoblackhawks.com / The Blackhawks Blog
Brad Boron / Chicago Blackhawks

Throughout the week, 2013 draft pick John Hayden will be blogging for chicagoblackhawks.com about his experiences during his first Blackhawks Prospect Camp.

Today we started out at the rink at about 8 a.m. We got to work with [Strength and Conditioning Coach] Paul Goodman on some circuits – everything from squats to ladders. It was pretty tough. I wouldn’t say that the workouts were that intense, but it covered a lot of different exercises. I have a really good workout program back home, but it was really interesting to see what the Blackhawks do and what is important to them; it will help me in the future, as well.

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POSTED ON Monday, 07.08.2013 / 5:11 PM
By John Hayden - Special to chicagoblackhawks.com / The Blackhawks Blog
Getty Images

Throughout the week, 2013 draft pick John Hayden will be blogging for chicagoblackhawks.com about his experiences during his first Blackhawks Prospect Camp.

I came into town yesterday. I was born here, and my family moved right away, but I come back to Chicago almost every year. I still have family here – my grandfather lives in the city, so I’m familiar with the area. Even so, it’s exciting to be back for something like this: my first NHL prospect camp.

We had a meeting last night where everyone, coaches and players, introduced themselves to each other. It was good to get a feel for the staff and all of the other players before hitting the ice with them today. The older guys, who have been to this camp for several years now, did a really good job of welcoming the younger guys who were just drafted. They made us feel comfortable right away.

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POSTED ON Tuesday, 06.25.2013 / 3:35 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 Tuesday, 06.25.2013 / 2:45 PM
By Brad Boron - chicagoblackhawks.com / The Blackhawks Blog

The Blackhawks are Stanley Cup champions for the second time in four seasons, and now will grace the cover of Sports Illustrated for the third time in 2013.

The regional cover, out this week, features Dave Bolland's title-winning goal from the closing minute of the decisive Game 6. The Blackhawks made two covers previously this season: during their 24-game unbeaten streak to begin the year, and during the Western Conference Final against Los Angeles.

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POSTED ON Friday, 06.21.2013 / 3:03 PM

Each week, the Blackhawks Blog will give you five stats you need to know about the Blackhawks this season.

1. With his second overtime goal of the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Brent Seabrook became the fifth blueliner in NHL history to record two overtime goals in one playoff year.

The British Columbia native joins defensemen Leo Reise, Jr. (DET, 1950), Chris Chelios (CHI, 1995), Niclas Wallin (CAR, 2002) and Scott Niedermayer (ANA, 2007) as a two-time playoff overtime game-winning scorer. 

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POSTED ON Thursday, 06.20.2013 / 4:43 PM
By Emerald Gao - chicagoblackhawks.com / The Blackhawks Blog

Ten different goalscorers. Big tallies in all situations by team leaders (Kane, Toews, Bergeron, Lucic) and depth players alike (Kruger, Boychuk). Wide-open play and end-to-end action. And, once more, extra hockey, as the game reached overtime for the third time in the Stanley Cup Final. Game 4 had it all, including an underrated storyline: another group effort by Blackhawks blueliners, including Michal Rozsival, who was double-shifted all night; Duncan Keith, whose ice time surpassed 30 minutes for the fourth time in five games; and Brent Seabrook, whose second overtime game-winner of the postseason set a team mark.

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