Chicago Blackhawks' defenseman Jarred Tinordi reached a significant milestone, playing his 200th NHL game, mostly with the Blackhawks.

By the Numbers
  • Tinordi has played 91 games with the Blackhawks, the most for any of the six teams he has been with.
  • He was drafted 22nd overall in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft and has played for five other teams besides the Blackhawks.
  • He recorded two goals and eight points in 44 games during the 2022-23 season.
  • Tinordi has played 47 games this season, a career high, with 152 hits (second on the team) and 85 blocked shots (fourth on the team).
Yes, But

Tinordi's performance has been affected by major hip surgery, groin strain, and concussion issues this season, impacting his consistency.

State of Play
  • Tinordi is an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season and unlikely to be re-signed by the Blackhawks.
  • Younger defensive prospects are ready to take a larger role in the team's development, potentially displacing Tinordi.
What's Next

Tinordi's future in the NHL is uncertain, and he may explore opportunities with other teams as a free agent.

Bottom Line

Despite the challenges, Tinordi's 200-game milestone with the Blackhawks marks a significant achievement in his career, reflecting his resilience and contribution to the team.