Chicago Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman assessed that six games were enough to assess the job of defensive player Riley Stillman, who was awarded a three-time job on Sunday morning. Season’s contract renewal.
In 14 games this season, including 6 games organized by Illinois, the 23-year-old Ontarian has yet to score any points, and the difference is +1. He blocked 16 goals and hit 30 shots.
Bowman said in a statement: “Having a young physical defensive player like Riley is exciting for the future of our team.”
“He is becoming an excellent all-around defender, and this continued development is the goal we look forward to. We like his size and his tenacity adds another element to our defense.”