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2012–13 Chicago Blackhawks · NHL
Stanley Cup Champions
Presidents' Trophy Winners
Western Conference Champions
Central Division Champions
Division 1st Central
Conference 1st Western
2012–13 record 36–7–5
Home record 18–3–3
Road record 18–4–2
Goals for 155
Goals against 102
General Manager Stan Bowman
Coach Joel Quenneville
Captain Jonathan Toews
Alternate captains Duncan Keith
Patrick Sharp
Arena United Center
Average attendance 21,775 (110.4%)
Total: 522,619[1]
Team leaders
Goals Patrick Kane
Jonathan Toews (23)
Assists Patrick Kane (32)
Points Patrick Kane (55)
Penalties in minutes Brandon Bollig (51)
Wins Corey Crawford (19)
Goals against average Corey Crawford
Ray Emery (1.94)
Chicago Blackhawks at White House 2013.jpg

The 2013 Stanley Cup champion Blackhawks meet U.S. President Barack Obama.

The 2012–13 Chicago Blackhawks season was the 87th season for the National Hockey League (NHL) franchise that was established on September 25, 1926.[2] The regular season was reduced from its usual 82 games to 48 due to a lockout. The Blackhawks captured the Western Conference championship and went on to defeat the Eastern Conference playoff champion Boston Bruins in six games to capture their fifth Stanley Cup in team history. The Blackhawks also became just the eighth team to win both the Cup and the Presidents' Trophy (as the team with the best regular season record) in the same season. Chicago's Patrick Kane was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the Most Valuable Player of the playoffs.

Off-seasonEdit

The Blackhawks did not make many (if any) changes to the organization during the off-season.

Pre-seasonEdit

Due to the 2012–13 NHL lockout, the NHL pre-season was cancelled.

Regular seasonEdit

The 48-game, shortened season was limited to conference and divisional games only. The Blackhawks did not play any teams from the Eastern Conference until they advanced to the 2013 Stanley Cup Final against the Boston Bruins. The Blackhawks played three games each against non-divisional teams. Against their own division, the Blackhawks played four games against the Columbus Blue Jackets and Detroit Red Wings and five games against the Nashville Predators and St. Louis Blues.

On January 26 against the Columbus Blue Jackets, the Blackhawks tied a franchise record by starting the season 5–0–0 for the first time since the 1971–72 season. On the very next night, against the Detroit Red Wings, the Blackhawks set a new franchise record by starting the season 6–0–0. On February 19, against the Vancouver Canucks, the Blackhawks tied the NHL record set by the Anaheim Ducks in 2006–07 for earning points in the first 16 consecutive games of a season, and beat the Ducks' record (28 points) by one point. On February 22 against the San Jose Sharks, the Blackhawks set a new NHL record by earning points in the first 17 consecutive games of a season. On March 5 against the Minnesota Wild, the Blackhawks set a franchise record with a 10th consecutive win. The Blackhawks went on to extend both records for first consecutive games with a point to start a season and franchise record for most consecutive wins to 24 games (21–0–3) and 11 wins, respectively. On March 8 against the Colorado Avalanche, the Blackhawks' streak was snapped by a 6–2 loss.

On February 10 against the Nashville Predators, the Blackhawks recorded its first shutout since March 23, 2011, ending its shutout drought after 690 days. The Blackhawks proceeded to record seven shutouts during the season, tied for first in the league with the St. Louis Blues and Vancouver Canucks. On March 6 against the Colorado Avalanche, Ray Emery became the first goaltender in NHL history to start a season with 10 straight wins. Emery was also the first goaltender in franchise history to record 10 consecutive wins at any point in a season, overriding Glenn Hall's streak of nine straight from 1966–67. Emery extended both the NHL- and franchise-record to 12 wins (12–0–0) to start the season. The goaltending duo of Corey Crawford and Emery went on to capture the William M. Jennings Trophy for allowing an NHL-low 102 goals during the season. This was the franchise's fourth Jennings Trophy, with the previous three all captured by goaltending tandems featuring Ed Belfour.

As a result of the streak, the Blackhawks hold the second longest NHL record for most consecutive games earning a point at 30 games (24–0–6), a streak spanning two seasons, starting from March 27, 2012, of the 2011–12 season. The record stands behind the 1979–80 Philadelphia Flyers, which recorded a 35 consecutive game point streak of 25–0–10, all in a single season. The Blackhawks' streak also ranks third for most consecutive games point in a single season at 24 games (21–0–3), behind the 1977–78 Montreal Canadiens at 28 games (23–0–5).[3][4][5]

On March 26 against the Calgary Flames, Head Coach Joel Quenneville received his 649th regular season coaching win, surpassing the previous record held by Ron Wilson. Quenneville finished the season with 660 regular season coaching wins, and is ranked sixth among coaches with the most regular season coaching wins, first among active coaches.

On April 7, with a 5–3 win against the Nashville Predators, the Blackhawks became the first team to clinch a playoff berth in the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs, guaranteeing a seventh seed finish in the Western Conference.[6] On April 12, with a 3–2 shootout win against the Detroit Red Wings, the Blackhawks won the Central Division and reserved a third seed finish in the Western Conference. On April 17, the Blackhawks clinched the number one seed of the Western Conference after the Anaheim Ducks lost to the Columbus Blue Jackets in overtime. On April 24, the Blackhawks clinched the franchise's second Presidents' Trophy in a 4–1 win over the Edmonton Oilers. The win guaranteed the Blackhawks home-ice advantage throughout the playoffs.

The United Center also recorded its 200th consecutive combined regular season and playoff Blackhawks sell-out streak on March 1 against the Columbus Blue Jackets, which began during the 2007–08 season with the game on March 30, 2008, also against the Blue Jackets.

Legend:       Win (2 points)       Loss (0 points)       Overtime/shootout loss (1 point)

2012–13 Season

StandingsEdit

Template:2012–13 NHL Central Division standings Script error


Detailed recordsEdit

Western Conference
Opponent Home Away Total Pts. Goals scored Goals allowed
Central Division
Chicago Blackhawks
Columbus Blue Jackets 2–0–0 2–0–0 4–0–0 8 10 6
Detroit Red Wings 2–0–0 2–0–0 4–0–0 8 14 5
Nashville Predators 3–0–0 2–0–0 5–0–0 10 16 9
St. Louis Blues 1–0–1 2–1–0 3–1–1 7 12 9
8–0–1 8–1–0 16–1–1 33 53 29
Northwest Division
Calgary Flames 2–0–0 1–0–0 3–0–0 6 8 3
Colorado Avalanche 1–0–0 1–1–0 2–1–0 4 10 10
Edmonton Oilers 1–1–0 1–0–0 2–1–0 4 12 9
Minnesota Wild 1–0–0 1–0–1 2–0–1 5 8 6
Vancouver Canucks 1–0–0 0–1–1 1–1–1 3 6 8
6–1–0 4–2–2 10–3–2 22 44 36
Pacific Division
Anaheim Ducks 0–1–1 0–1–0 0–2–1 1 5 9
Dallas Stars 1–0–0 2–0–0 3–0–0 6 16 5
Los Angeles Kings 1–1–0 1–0–0 2–1–0 4 12 9
Phoenix Coyotes 0–0–1 2–0–0 2–0–1 5 14 9
San Jose Sharks 2–0–0 1–0–0 3–0–0 6 11 5
4–2–2 6–1–0 10–3–2 22 58 37

PlayoffsEdit

2013 Stanley Cup playoffs & 2013 Stanley Cup Finals The Blackhawks qualified for the playoff for the fifth consecutive season. As the Presidents' Trophy winner, the Blackhawks had home-ice advantage. They faced the eighth-seeded Minnesota Wild in the Western Conference Quarterfinals, beating the Wild 4–1 in the best-of-seven series matchup.

The Blackhawks advanced to the Western Conference Semifinals to meet the seventh-seeded Detroit Red Wings. This was the last time these two Original Six would face each other as Western Conference and Central Division opponents as the Red Wings would move to a different Division and Conference starting in the 2013–14 season. The Blackhawks won the series opener, but dropped three straight games. In Game 6, Blackhawks forward Michael Frolik was awarded a penalty shot by the officials. Frolik successfully converted against Red Wings goaltender Jimmy Howard, becoming the first player in NHL playoff history to score twice on a penalty shot. Frolik's last successful attempt on penalty shot was against the Vancouver Canucks during the first round of the 2010–11 playoffs.

The Blackhawks won Game 7 in overtime.

The Blackhawks advanced to the Western Conference Finals, making their third appearance in five seasons, where they faced the fifth seed and defending Stanley Cup champion, the Los Angeles Kings. The Blackhawks won the first two games of the series on home ice at the United Center. The Kings won Game 3, however, improving their playoff home win streak to 15–0 at the Staples Center. The Blackhawks rebounded in Game 4, snapping the Kings' playoff home win streak before returning to the United Center for Game 5.

The Blackhawks eliminated the reigning Stanley Cup Champions in Game 5 in double-overtime. The game ended at 11:40 of the second overtime period with a goal by Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane. The game-winning goal was Kane's third of the game, his second NHL career playoff hat-trick.

The Blackhawks clinched their second Stanley Cup Finals berth in four seasons and faced the 2011 Stanley Cup champions, the Boston Bruins. This marked the first faceoff of the season between the two teams due to the lockout-induced shortened season and the resulting intra-Conference-only match-ups. This also marked the first time since 1979 (Montreal Canadiens and New York Rangers) that two Original Six teams met in the Stanley Cup Finals.

The Blackhawks won Game 1 at 12:08 of the third overtime period, which nearly equated to two regulation NHL games. Game 1 went in the history books as the longest NHL game ever played at the United Center as well as the fifth-longest game in Stanley Cup Finals history.

The Blackhawks lost the next two games, Game 2 in overtime, giving the Bruins the lead in the series.

The Blackhawks rebounded in Game 4, winning 6–5 in overtime, equalizing the series. Blackhawks defensemen Brent Seabrook scored the game-winning overtime goal in Game 4, his second in the playoff since Game 7 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals against the Red Wings.

The Blackhawks returned to the United Center for Game 5, winning 3–1 in regulation providing the Blackhawks a 3–2 lead in the series.

The Blackhawks returned to TD Garden for Game 6. Down 0–1 after 7:19 of play, Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews equalized the game at 4:24 of the second period. Both teams were tied going into the third period, but a goal by Bruins forward Milan Lucic at 12:11 gave the Bruins the lead again. Desperate for the equalizing goal, the Blackhawks pulled goaltender Corey Crawford to add an extra attacker. Forward Bryan Bickell equalized the game with 1:16 remaining. Overtime seemed inevitable, again, but Blackhawks forward Dave Bolland scored the game-winning goal 17 seconds later to help the Blackhawks earn a 3–2 win in regulation, eliminate the Bruins and capture the Stanley Cup.

The win gave the Blackhawks their second Stanley Cup in four years, a first for any team since the salary cap era, and made them the first team since the 2008 Red Wings to clinch both the Presidents' Trophy and the Stanley Cup in the same year.

Patrick Kane was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the playoff Most Valuable Player, becoming the first American-born forward and fourth American-born player to receive this award. Kane also became the third consecutive American-born player to receive the Conn Smythe after Tim Thomas and Jonathan Quick, both goaltenders, from the previous two years. The win also made Blackhawks' Head Coach Joel Quenneville the only active NHL coach with two Stanley Cups, while also adding a second consecutive Stanley Cup to Assistant Coach Jamie Kompon's resume after he clinched it the previous season with the Kings. This was also Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa's second Cup in four Stanley Cup Final appearances, as well as Blackhawks' Senior Advisor of Hockey Operations Scotty Bowman's 13th appearance on the Stanley Cup.

2013 Stanley Cup playoffs

Legend:       Win       Loss

Player statisticsEdit

Updated as of June 25, 2013[7]

SkatersEdit

Note: Pos = Position; GP = Games played in; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty minutes; +/- = Plus/minus; PPG = Power-play goals; SHG = Short-handed goals; GWG = Game-winning goals 

Regular Season
Player GP G A Pts +/- PIM
Kane, PatrickPatrick Kane 47 23 32 55 11 8
Toews, JonathanJonathan Toews 47 23 25 48 28 27
Hossa, MarianMarian Hossa 40 17 14 31 20 16
Keith, DuncanDuncan Keith 47 3 24 27 16 31
Saad, BrandonBrandon Saad 46 10 17 27 17 12
Bickell, BryanBryan Bickell 48 9 14 23 12 25
Stalberg, ViktorViktor Stalberg 47 9 14 23 16 25
Seabrook, BrentBrent Seabrook 47 8 12 20 12 23
Sharp, PatrickPatrick Sharp 28 6 14 20 8 14
Leddy, NickNick Leddy 48 6 12 18 15 10
Shaw, AndrewAndrew Shaw 48 9 6 15 6 38
Bolland, DaveDave Bolland 35 7 7 14 −7 22
Kruger, MarcusMarcus Kruger 47 4 9 13 3 24
Oduya, JohnnyJohnny Oduya 48 3 9 12 12 10
Rozsival, MichalMichal Rozsival 27 0 12 12 18 14
Hjalmarsson, NiklasNiklas Hjalmarsson 46 2 8 10 15 22
Frolik, MichaelMichael Frolik 45 3 7 10 5 8
Handzus, MichalMichal Handzus 11 1 5 6 7 4
Hayes, JimmyJimmy Hayes 10 1 3 4 0 0
Carcillo, DanielDaniel Carcillo 23 2 1 3 1 11
Mayers, JamalJamal Mayers 19 0 2 2 2 16
Morin, JeremyJeremy Morin 3 1 1 2 1 0
Brookbank, SheldonSheldon Brookbank 26 1 0 1 −2 21
Smith, BenBen Smith 1 1 0 1 1 0
Bollig, BrandonBrandon Bollig 25 0 0 0 −1 51
LeBlanc, DrewDrew LeBlanc 2 0 0 0 −3 0
Lalonde, ShawnShawn Lalonde 1 0 0 0 1 0
Pirri, BrandonBrandon Pirri 1 0 0 0 0 0
Stanton, RyanRyan Stanton 1 0 0 0 1 2
Totals 48 149 248 397 215 434

Playoffs
Player GP G A Pts +/- PIM
Kane, PatrickPatrick Kane 23 9 10 19 7 8
Bickell, BryanBryan Bickell 23 9 8 17 11 14
Hossa, MarianMarian Hossa 22 7 9 16 8 2
Sharp, PatrickPatrick Sharp 23 10 6 16 1 8
Toews, JonathanJonathan Toews 23 3 11 14 9 18
Keith, DuncanDuncan Keith 22 2 11 13 10 18
Handzus, MichalMichal Handzus 23 3 8 11 7 6
Frolik, MichaelMichael Frolik 23 3 6 9 1 6
Shaw, AndrewAndrew Shaw 23 5 4 9 2 35
Oduya, JohnnyJohnny Oduya 23 3 5 8 12 16
Bolland, DaveDave Bolland 18 3 3 6 −2 24
Saad, BrandonBrandon Saad 23 1 5 6 −1 4
Hjalmarsson, NiklasNiklas Hjalmarsson 23 0 5 5 10 4
Kruger, MarcusMarcus Kruger 23 3 2 5 −2 2
Rozsival, MichalMichal Rozsival 23 0 4 4 9 16
Seabrook, BrentBrent Seabrook 23 3 1 4 −1 4
Stalberg, ViktorViktor Stalberg 19 0 3 3 −1 6
Leddy, NickNick Leddy 23 0 2 2 −8 4
Carcillo, DanielDaniel Carcillo 4 0 1 1 2 6
Brookbank, SheldonSheldon Brookbank 1 0 0 0 −2 0
Smith, BenBen Smith 1 0 0 0 −1 0
Bollig, BrandonBrandon Bollig 5 0 0 0 −1 2
Totals 23 64 104 168 70 203

GoaltendersEdit

Regular Season
Player GP GS TOI W L OT GA GAA SA SV% SO G A PIM
Crawford, CoreyCorey Crawford 30 28 1760:31 19 5 5 57 1.94 769 .926 3 0 0 4
Emery, RayRay Emery 21 19 1116:00 17 1 0 36 1.94 460 .922 3 0 0 0
Hutton, CarterCarter Hutton 1 1 58:44 0 1 0 3 3.05 28 .893 0 0 0 0
Totals 48 2935:15 36 7 5 96 1.96 1257 .924 7 0 0 4
Playoffs
Player GP GS TOI W L OT GA GAA SA SV% SO G A PIM
Crawford, CoreyCorey Crawford 23 23 1503:42 16 7 2 46 1.84 674 .932 1 0 0 0
Totals 23 1503:42 16 7 2 46 1.84 674 .932 1 0 0 0

Denotes player spent time with another team before joining the Blackhawks. Stats reflect time with the Blackhawks only.
Traded mid-season
Bold/italics denotes franchise record

Awards and milestonesEdit

AwardsEdit

Regular Season
Player Award Reached
Corey Crawford[8] NHL 2nd Star of the Week January 27, 2013
Patrick Kane[9] NHL 1st Star of the Week February 11, 2013
Ray Emery[10] NHL 3rd Star of the Month March 2, 2013
Corey Crawford & Ray Emery William M. Jennings Trophy April 27, 2013
Jonathan Toews[11] Frank J. Selke Trophy June 14, 2013
Playoffs
Player Award Reached
Patrick Kane Conn Smythe Trophy June 24, 2013

Milestones Edit

Regular Season
Player Milestone Reached
Patrick Kane 400th Career NHL Game January 19, 2013
Dave Bolland 300th Career NHL Game January 22, 2013
Viktor Stalberg 200th Career NHL Game January 24, 2013
Jamal Mayers 900th Career NHL Game February 2, 2013
Brandon Saad 1st Career NHL Goal
1st Career NHL Point
February 5, 2013
Jonathan Toews 150th Career NHL Goal February 10, 2013
Nick Leddy 50th Career NHL Point February 12, 2013
Niklas Hjalmarsson 50th Career NHL Point February 15, 2013
Brent Seabrook 50th Career NHL Goal February 17, 2013
Patrick Sharp 400th Career NHL Point February 25, 2013
Marian Hossa 1,000th Career NHL Game March 3, 2013
Marcus Kruger 100th Career NHL Game March 3, 2013
Patrick Kane 400th Career NHL Point March 14, 2013
Viktor Stalberg 100th Career NHL Point April 7, 2013
Jonathan Toews 400th Career NHL Game April 9, 2013
Viktor Stalberg 50th Career NHL Goal April 12, 2013
Duncan Keith 600th Career NHL Game April 12, 2013
Niklas Hjarlmarsson 300th Career NHL Game April 12, 2013
Johnny Oduya 100th Career NHL Assist April 12, 2013
Drew LeBlanc 1st Career NHL Game April 24, 2013
Marian Hossa 500th Career NHL Assist April 24, 2013
Carter Hutton 1st Career NHL Game April 27, 2013
Shawn Lalonde 1st Career NHL Game April 27, 2013
Ryan Stanton 1st Career NHL Game April 27, 2013

Playoffs
Player Milestone Reached
Marcus Kruger 1st Career NHL Playoff Goal May 9, 2013
Andrew Shaw 1st Career NHL Playoff Goal May 9, 2013
Brandon Saad 1st Career NHL Playoff Goal June 12, 2013

TransactionsEdit

The Blackhawks have been involved in the following transactions during the 2012–13 season.

TradesEdit

Date
Details
June 23, 2012
[12]
To San Jose Sharks
4th-round pick in 2012
To Chicago Blackhawks
7th-round pick in 2012
4th-round pick in 2013
January 21, 2013
[13]
To Calgary Flames
7th-round pick in 2013
To Chicago Blackhawks
Henrik Karlsson
January 31, 2013
[14]
To Washington Capitals
Peter LeBlanc
To Chicago Blackhawks
Mathieu Beaudoin
April 1, 2013
[15]
To San Jose Sharks
4th-round pick in 2013
To Chicago Blackhawks
Michal Handzus
April 2, 2013
[16]
To Tampa Bay Lightning
Philippe Paradis
To Chicago Blackhawks
Kirill Gotovets
April 3, 2013
[17]
To Boston Bruins
Rob Flick
To Chicago Blackhawks
Maxime Sauve

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Free agents acquired Edit

Player Former team Contract terms
Sheldon Brookbank[18] Anaheim Ducks 2 years, $2.5 million
Michal Rozsival[19] Phoenix Coyotes 1 year, $2 million
Drew LeBlanc[20] St. Cloud State University 1 year, $925,000 entry-level contract
Antti Raanta[21] Ässät 1 year, $925,000 entry-level contract

Free agents lost Edit

Player New team Contract terms
Sami Lepisto[22] Lokomotiv Yaroslavl undisclosed

Claimed via waivers Edit

Player New team Date claimed off waivers

Lost via waivers Edit

Player New team Date claimed off waivers

Player signings Edit

Player Date Contract terms
Brandon Bollig[23] June 18, 2012 2 years, $1.09 million
Carter Hutton[23] June 18, 2012 1 year, $525,000
Ben Smith[23] June 18, 2012 2 years, $1.185 million
Garret Ross[24] April 9, 2013 3 years, $1.91 million entry-level contract
Alex Broadhurst[25] May 31, 2013 3 years, $1.93 million entry-level contract

Draft picks Edit

Chicago's picks at the 2012 NHL Entry Draft in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Round # Player Pos Nationality College/Junior/Club Team (League)
1 18 Teuvo Teravainen RW Flag of Finland Finland Jokerit (SM-liiga)
2 48 Dillon Fournier D Flag of Canada.svg Canada Rouyn-Noranda Huskies (QMJHL)
3 79 Chris Calnan RW Flag of the United States United States Noble and Greenough School (USHS-MA)
5 139 Garret Ross LW Flag of the United States United States Saginaw Spirit (OHL)
5 149[a] Travis Brown D Flag of Canada.svg Canada Moose Jaw Warriors (WHL)
6 169 Vinnie Hinostroza C Flag of the United States United States Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL)
7 191 Brandon Whitney G Flag of Canada.svg Canada Victoriaville Tigres (QMJHL)
7 199 Matt Tomkins G Flag of Canada.svg Canada Sherwood Park (AJHL)
Draft notes
  • a The New York Rangers' fifth-round pick went to the Chicago Blackhawks as a result of a February 27, 2012, trade that sent John Scott to the Rangers in exchange for this pick.

Original schedule Edit

The pre-season and regular season schedules before the lockout began.

Pre-season Edit

Regular season Edit

2012–13 Regular season
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See also Edit

ReferencesEdit

  1. NHL Attendance – 2013. ESPN.com (October 29, 2010). Retrieved on January 10, 2013.
  2. National Hockey League (2010). The National Hockey League Official Guide & Record Book/2011. Triumph Books, 39. ISBN 978-1-60078-422-4. 
  3. FlyersHistory.net, Some Facts & Figures About the Streak.
  4. Old Flyers know what makes a streak. ESPN (February 27, 2013). Retrieved on March 7, 2013.
  5. Blackhawks' streak ends at 24 with loss to Avalanche. NHL.com (March 8, 2013). Retrieved on March 10, 2013.
  6. Blackhawks clinch playoff berth with comeback win. NHL.com (April 7, 2013). Retrieved on April 9, 2013.
  7. 2012–2013 Regular Season Stats – Points – Chicago Blackhawks – Statistics. Chicago Blackhawks. Retrieved on February 2, 2013.
  8. Patrick Marleau, Corey Crawford and Martin St. Louis Named NHL 'Three Stars' of the Week – NHL.com – News. NHL.com (January 28, 2013). Retrieved on March 3, 2013.
  9. Patrick Kane, Jamie Benn and Martin Brodeur named NHL 'Three Stars' – NHL.com – News. NHL.com. Retrieved on March 3, 2013.
  10. Steven Stamkos, Sidney Crosby, Ray Emery named 'Three Stars' for February – NHL.com – News. NHL.com (February 26, 2013). Retrieved on March 3, 2013.
  11. Jonathan Toews wins 2013 Frank J. Selke Trophy. NHL.com (June 14, 2013). Archived from the original on June 23, 2013. Retrieved on June 18, 2013.
  12. Blackhawks acquire draft picks from San Jose
  13. Blackhawks acquire goaltender Karlsson from Calgary
  14. Blackhawks trade Peter LeBlanc to Washington
  15. Blackhawks acquire Handzus from San Jose
  16. Blackhawks acquire Gotovets from Tampa Bay
  17. Blackhawks acquire Maxim Sauve from Boston
  18. Blackhawks agree to terms with defenseman Brookbank
  19. Blackhawks agree to terms with defenseman Rozsival
  20. Blackhawks agree to terms with 2013 Hobey Baker Winner LeBlanc
  21. Blackhawks agree to terms with Finnish goaltender Raanta
  22. Lepisto leaves Chicago, heading to KHL
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 Blackhawks make roster moves
  24. Blackhawks agree to terms with forward Ross
  25. Blackhawks agree to terms with 2011 draft pick Broadhurst

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