BRANDON SAAD RUMORS & GOSSIP
Brandon Saad scored in overtime to help the Chicago Blackhawks snap a two-game losing streak with a 2-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Friday night.
Patrick Kane also scored for the Blackhawks, while Corey Crawford made 20 saves.
Mark Scheifele scored for the Jets, who entered on an 0-4-1 skid since the All-Star break and were outscored 23-11 during that span.
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21 days ago
Brandon Saad has exceeded all of the Chicago Blackhawks’ expectations so far this season. Some have said that it is pretty easy to be successful when you are on a line with Jonathan Toews and Marian Hossa; however, Brandon Saad is making a name for himself in the NHL. Saad has been looked at as a developing power forward with a bright future. Now in his third full season, Saad...
In case you haven’t noticed, the Blackhawks appear to be in a bit of a lull. January hasn’t been kind to the Hawks thus far, who stand at 3-5-0 through the first eight games of the new calendar year. They’ve been hampered by inconsistency, unable to string together consecutive strong periods – let alone games. […]
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It wasn’t pretty, but a goal from Brandon Saad with 27 seconds left in the third period gave the Blackhawks their fifth straight win. In the first period, it was some of the unusual suspects picking up the offense for … Continue reading →
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The chances of the Chicago Blackhawks being forced into yet another year of major roster turnover appears to have just increased. Recently, the value of the Canadian dollar has been sagging, causing many to believe that the salary cap in the NHL will remain stagnant heading into the next season. This is the case due to the significant revenue generated by the seven Canadian franchises...
Every NHL season, there are a handful of players who rise from their previous ranks to establish themselves as stars. Some do it right out of the gate (hello, Nathan MacKinnon) and some take a few years of development before they burst onto the scene (Tomas Tatar). Heading into the 2014/15 season, there are more than a few candidates ready to assume breakout status. Some are even...
CHICAGO, IL — For those of you who follow the sport of hockey well, you should be very familiar with a 21-year-old ‘Man-child’ by the name of Brandon Saad. Drafted 43rd overall back in 2011, Saad has done nothing but improve every aspect of his game, which in turn has him poised to be this year’s breakout player for the Chicago Blackhawks.
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Brandon Saad will not travel with the Blackhawks to Philadelphia for Tuesday night’s game. He is suffering from an upper-body injury; his final shift came with just under eight minutes left in the second period on Sunday. College Updates Notre … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks: Saad Staying Home, College Prospect Updates appeared first on Committed Indians.
Team USA Announced – Saad Left Off
Team USA men’s hockey team was announced today and unfortunately Chicago Blackhawks young winger Brandon Saad was left off the roster.
Saad’s teammate Patick Kane was a no brainer but many believed Saad’s 14 goals and 16 assists was good enough for him to be put on the team but with a stacked roster already Saad didn’t make the cut.
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Wednesday night’s victory was the 82nd game of Brandon Saad’s career, equaling a full, normal regular season. What have we seen from the young forward? Through 82 contests, Saad has scored 21 goals and added 30 assists. He has also been credited … Continue reading →The post Brandon Saad: A Budding Star, 82 Games In appeared first on Committed Indians.