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The Chicago Blackhawks agreed to terms on Tuesday afternoon with 2011 second round draft pick Brandon Saad. Terms of the deal have not yet been disclosed. Saad will begin the season skating with Jonathan Toews and Patrick Sharp on the … Continue reading →
Here's something we didn't expect a month ago. The Chicago Blackhawks' 2011 second-rounder Brandon Saad will probably start the season with the Blackhawks after a very strong camp. ESPNChicago.com's Jesse Rogers reports that the Blackhawks are currently negotiating a contract with Saad.
Now, it's unclear whether Saad will stick with the Blackhawks beyond the...
Yesterday, the Blackhawks made it clear that 18-year-old Brandon Saad was going to sick around with the big club for at least a few games when he didn't play in their final exhibition game. He's played in just about every one of them up until that point and they wanted to give him a rest so he'd be fresh for the season opener. That left me with a lot of emails and tweets...
With the dull thud of a 4-1 loss in Washington, the preseason of the 2011-12 Chicago Blackhawks came to a close. So what were these exhibitions worth? Let’s take a look at how the roster could fill out. Brandon Saad … Continue reading →
Brandon Saad didn’t expect this to happen.
When the Gibsonia native was first selected by Chicago in the second round (43rd overall) in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, he said he figured he’d be returning to his junior team – the Sa...
Former Pine-Richland High School forward Brandon Saad is likely to have a spot on the Chicago Blackhawks' roster when their season opens Friday in Dallas. Saad was the only Blackhawks player to appear in all of the team's first six preseason games, notching one goal and two assists, but did not play in Sunday's game against the Capitals, which the Blackhawks lost, 4-1.
18-year-old draft pick impressed in camp to put himself in position to stick after Stalberg was hurtThe final piece of the Blackhawks' roster puzzle dropped into place Tuesday when they signed 18-year-old winger Brandon Saad to a three-year, entry-level contract.