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Blackhawks make roster moves prior to lockout

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The Chicago Blackhawks have assigned forwards Kyle Beach, Brandon Bollig, Terry Broadhurst, Rob Flick, Byron Froese, David Gilbert, Jimmy Hayes, Marcus Kruger, Peter LeBlanc, Jeremy Morin, Philippe Paradis, Brandon Pirri, Brandon Saad, Andrew Shaw and Ben Smith, defensemen Adam Clendening, Klas Dahlbeck, Shawn Lalonde, Joe Lavin, Nick Leddy, Dylan Olsen and Ryan Stanton, and goaltenders Mac Carruth, Carter Hutton, Alec Richards and Kent Simpson to the American Hockey League's Rockford IceHogs.  

Additionally, the Blackhawks have assigned forward Joakim Nordstrom to the Swedish Elite League's AIK, forward Phillip Danault to the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League's Victoriaville Tigres and forward Mark McNeill to the Western Hockey League's Prince Albert Raiders.

 

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