Here’s a look at how some of the Chicago Blackhawks’ prospects are doing throughout the world:
Vince Hinostroza, forward, Notre Dame (NCAA), drafted 6th round in 2012
Hinostroza, a sophomore, took part in the longest hockey game in NCAA history Friday. The Irish lost to UMass, 4-3, in five overtimes. The game lasted 151:42. Hinostroza had a goal in the loss. Notre Dame came back to win the best-of-three series with wins Saturday and Sunday. Hinostroza had two third-period goals in a 5-3 win Saturday and had two assists in a 7-0 win Sunday. He is tied for second in the country with 32 assists and tied for 10th with 43 points.
Garret Ross, forward, Rockford IceHogs (AHL), drafted 5th round in 2012
Ross, 22, had his three-game goal streak snapped Saturday. He had three goals and three assists during the streak. He has 18 goals, 18 assists and is a plus-23 in 52 games this season.
Stephen Johns, defenseman, Rockford IceHogs (AHL), drafted 2nd round in 2010
Johns, 22, had a goal and two assists in a 5-1 win over the Oklahoma City Barons Friday. It was his first goal of the season. He has one goal, 12 assists and is a plus-18 in 35 games this season.
Mike Paliotta, defenseman, Vermont (NCAA), drafted 3rd round in 2011
Paliotta, a senior, helped Vermont past Maine in the Hockey East first round as he recorded four assists in three games. He’s third among the nation’s defensemen with 26 assists. He has 35 points in 37 games this season.
Antti Raanta, goaltender, Rockford IceHogs (AHL), signed as a free agent in 2013
Raanta, 25, had 24 saves in a 3-2 overtime loss to the Grand Rapids Griffins on Saturday. He has started two games since being reassigned to the IceHogs. He had 23 saves on 26 shots in the other start Feb. 28.
Anthony Louis, forward, Miami Ohio (NCAA), drafted 6th round in 2013
Louis, a sophomore, had a goal and assist in a 6-3 win over North Dakota on Saturday. He has seven goals, 22 assists and is a plus-11 in 31 games this season.
Luke Johnson, forward, North Dakota (NCAA), drafted 5th round in 2013
Johnson, a sophomore, scored two goals in North Dakota’s 6-3 loss to Miami Ohio on Saturday. He has six goals, 12 assists and is a plus-11 in 34 games this season.
Anders Nilsson, goaltender, Kazan Ak-Bars (KHL), acquired from Islanders in 2014
Nilsson, 24, has helped Ak-Bars to the KHL conference semifinals. He went 4-1 with a 1.80 goals-against average and .915 save percentage in five games against Avtomobilist in the conference quarterfinals. He didn’t allow more than two goals in any of the games.
Fredrik Olofsson, forward, Chicago Steel (USHL), drafted 4th round in 2014
Olofsson, 18, had his seven-game points streak snapped Sunday. He had six goals and 10 points during the streak. He has 24 goals and 24 assists in 45 games this season. He’s tied for 11th in the USHL in points.
Matheson Iacopelli, forward, Muskegon Lumberjacks (USHL), drafted 3rd round in 2014
Iacopelli, 20, had a four-game points streak stopped Saturday. He had four goals and six points during the streak. He has 20 goals and nine assists in 46 games this season.