A Look at the First Four 2010 Blackhawks Draft Picks

July 6th, 2010 by Bryan Dietzler Leave a reply »
The 2010 NHL Draft is over and many writers are doing their analysis of the picks that their team (or teams) have made. Fans are wondering just who their team picked and what this means for the future of the franchise.

How will these new players be able to help their respective teams, either immediately or in the future?  Who are these new guys, where did they come from, and what have they done before?

Let’s find out by taking a look at the first four prospects in the Blackhawks 2010 NHL Draft.

Kevin Hayes was drafted 24th overall by the Hawks. Hayes is a right wing and he comes to the Blackhawks from Nobel and Greenough in Massachusetts High School. His brother was also drafted by the Hawks during the 2010 NHL Draft.

Hayes is known to play a very intense game and has a lot of passion for hockey. He’s a solid playmaker who has the size (6’2”, 201 pounds) to play fast and with power. He is a strong skater who protects the puck well and keeps it away from opposing defensemen. 

His puck shooting prowess is very good as he has a quick release and good puck control when bringing it through the ...

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