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Hawks Headlines: Projecting the Rockford IceHogs' Lineup

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Hawks Headlines: What Will IceHogs' Lineup Look Like?

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CHICAGO, IL - SEPTEMBER 17: Teuvo Teravainen #23 of the Chicago Blackhawks moves up the ice under pressure from Daniel Alfredsson #11 of the Detroit Red Wings during an exhibition game at United Center on September 17, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois. The Blackhawks defeated the Red Wings 2-0. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

In this edition of Hawks Headlines, we take a look at one writer’s take on which players will end up with the Rockford IceHogs this season, a player review of a former member of the Chicago Blackhawks, and a couple of new contracts that players have signed throughout the league.

-We start out with Scott Powers, who is about as plugged in with the Hawks’ prospects as anyone else in the city. He wrote about his projected lineup for the IceHogs to start the season, with Teuvo Teravainen beginning the season as the top line center with the Hawks’ AHL affiliate. [ESPN Chicago]

-In their latest staff report card, the SCH crew examines Brandon Bollig’s season. Needless to say, the comments on this one are rather interesting. [Second City Hockey]

-As part of their coverage over the summer, Blackhawk Up is counting down their Top 100 Blackhawks of all time, and in this edition, Keith Schultz discusses the career of Moose Vasko. [Blackhawk Up]

-The Montreal Canadiens are still trying to get defenseman PK Subban re-signed this offseason, and even though the two sides haven’t agreed yet, he insists that he wants to be a “lifer” with the Habs. [NHL.com]

-Goaltender James Reimer has indicated that he isn’t happy with his current situation with the Toronto Maple Leafs, but he still avoided arbitration with the team by agreeing to a two-year contract. [ESPN]

-Finally, Derick Brassard of the New York Rangers was heading to arbitration as well, but the two sides came to an agreement on a five-year contract. [ESPN]


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