DENVER – When the Chicago Blackhawks lost to Nashville last weekend they did a lot of “gifting,” as coach Joel Quenneville termed it. They were pretty generous again on Tuesday night.
Brandon Saad was getting it from all sides, his teammates goading him into joining.
“C’mon, kid, everybody’s doing it.”
Big tops come to Chicago and a big trip awaits the Blackhawks? Is it mid-November already?
The Chicago Blackhawks acquired an old Stanley Cup-winning friend late Thursday night when they traded for Kris Versteeg from the Florida Panthers.
A packed schedule didn't hinder the Blackhawks' recent performance, as they are now winners of three straight and have recorded at least five goals in six of their last nine games.