Brandon Saad


It was no secret that the Blackhawks would be forced to make some tough decisions last offseason following their third Stanley Cup victory in six years.


We’ve hit the All-Star break, where Patrick Kane will ultimately be the Blackhawks’ lone representative this weekend in Nashville.


In an offseason that saw Johnny Oduya, Brandon Saad and Patrick Sharp all wearing different jerseys, all the talk heading into the 2015-16 season would be whether the Blackhawks could help ease th


The chances have been there, be it breakaways, odd-man rushes or just solid scoring opportunities.


When the Blackhawks went through their salary-cap changes last summer, they knew their roster would change. They would have to reconfigure lines and defensive pairs.