SUNRISE, Fla. — The Blackhawks came away with exactly what they were looking for on the second day of the NHL Draft.
SUNRISE, Fla. — For teams with first-round selections, it was an active night.
The number was finally revealed on Tuesday afternoon, falling about where everyone expected.
Now, for some teams like the Blackhawks, the work to stay around that number begins.
The Blackhawks entered last week on the cusp of winning their third Stanley Cup in the past six seasons, and by the end of last Monday night, they did that.
There was no hemming and hawing for Brandon Saad, no talk of what he could be getting with his current contract ending and pending restricted free-agent status.