Brandon Saad


When Bryan Bickell signed his four-year, $16 million contract extension the summer following the Chicago Blackhawks' 2013 Stanley Cup run, he was coming off a postseason that showed just how much


The Blackhawks' third line had been searching for that moment when it all would click; when it would capitalize to discover that ah-ha moment this season.


The Blackhawks heard 'Chelsea Dagger' quite often in the first period on Tuesday against the Philadelphia Flyers as they scored three goals in two minutes and six seconds.


Line changes: they’ve become a staple of the Chicago Blackhawks.


Kris Versteeg is likely to play and Corey Crawford will get the start when the Chicago Blackhawks host the Philadelphia Flyers at the United Center on Tuesday night.