The Chicago Blackhawks Team USA representatives are some prospects that fans should be excited about watching. Vincent Hinostroza and Tyler Motte will be playing for team USA.
Tyler Motte had a great college career at the University Of Michigan, and then he had a very nice pro debut when he joined the Rockford Ice Hogs at the tale end of their season. In 5 games with the Hogs, Motte scored 2 goals and collected 3 assists. Motte is an offensive player that fans should keep their eyes on during the tournament.
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Vincent Hinostroza played in 6 games with the Chicago Blackhawks without hitting the scoresheet this past season. He showed his talent but didn’t stick with the Hawks. He had a good season in Rockford playing in 66 games scoring 18 times with 33 helpers. He’s played well in tournaments before especially in juniors so expect a good showing from Hinostroza.
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The only player from Germany from the Chicago Blackhawks in the World Championships is Christian Ehrhoff. Ehrhoff didn’t get much of a shot with the Blackhawks so his legs should be well rested for the tournament. He did play in 8 games with the Chicago Blackhawks picking up 2 assists and will be a very very small footnote in Chicago Blackhawks history.
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