Penalty killing has plenty of facets to it. It’s being in the right place, trusting in your fellow penalty killers, knowing your team’s system and reading the other team’s power play.
Brandon Saad stood in the Chicago Blackhawks locker room prior to Tuesday’s opener, no longer the new kid of the group. More like a veteran, really, even at the tender age of 20.
Just two minutes into the Blackhawks' home-opener, Brandon Bollig nearly jumped out of his skin.
It was hard to say which display was more impressive on Tuesday night: the one the Chicago Blackhawks were treated to when they unfurled their latest Stanley Cup banner or the one the Washington C