CHIEF AMATEUR SCOUT
Bruce Franklin is in his 23rd year with the Blackhawks and his sixth as Chief Amateur Scout. The Winnipeg native brings 34 years of scouting experience at both the National Hockey League and Western Hockey League levels.
Prior to joining the Blackhawks, Franklin spent 12 seasons scouting in the WHL. He was a part of two Memorial Cup championships: one with the Prince Albert Raiders (1985) and the other as Director of Player Personnel with the Swift Current Broncos (1989). He also worked as a part-time scout with the Montreal Canadiens from 1986 to 1992.
Franklin resides in Regina, Saskatchewan, with his wife, Sherie, and their two daughters, Breanna and Sarah.