Categories Archives: Where Are They Now?

From Hawks to Gulls to Ducks

Montour Prepares for Possible NHL Debut Thursday In late December of 2013, defenseman Brandon Montour was in the early stages of an 18-game point streak for the Waterloo Black Hawks.  Three years later, he is preparing to possibly make his National Hocke

NHL Alumni Openers

Karen’s Print Rite presents this update on former Black Hawks preparing for their first game of the season as the NHL schedule opens on Wednesday evening. Four games will be played on opening night in the National Hockey League.  Waterloo Black Hawks w

Capitals Coax Sanford from BC

Washington a Regular Destination for Former Hawks Zach Sanford and the Washington Capitals have agreed on a three-year contract which will bring the former Waterloo Black Hawk to the reigning Presidents’ Trophy winners three years after his selection in

Russell Inks with Oilers

Former Hawk Signs After NCAA Sophomore Season When the Waterloo Black Hawks won the 2013/14 Anderson Cup, Patrick Russell was the team’s leading goal scorer, and Monday the Edmonton Oilers signed Russell to a two-year NHL contract. This season, Russell

Hinostroza Makes Russia Return

Visited Russia with Black Hawks in 2012 Four years after starring for the Waterloo Black Hawks during the 2012 Junior Club World Cup in Siberia, forward Vince Hinostroza will represent the United States in St. Petersburg during the 2016 IIHF Men’s World

McAdam Headed for Long Island

New York Signs Former Hawks Goalie Eamon McAdam proved he was a world-class goaltender when he was a member of the Waterloo Black Hawks, and the New York Islanders are giving him the opportunity to prove that fact once again at the NHL level. This week, t