First-round draft pick makes his preseason debut in Columbus.
Leave it to Joel Quenneville to be cryptic and secretive about a lineup for a preseason game.
Joel Quenneville loves the Yale grad, but glut of veterans on one-way contracts could block Hayden’s path.
With Nick Schmaltz running away with the second-line center job, Anisimov likely to drop down to third.
Veteran defenseman a hotly debated figure in the ever-raging analytics debate in hockey.
Despite faceoff concerns, second-year pro bumps Artem Anisimov down to third line.
Returning winger looks like his old self, and sounds like it, too.
Saad, Jonathan Toews and Richard Panik are just about the only sure thing in a revamped Hawks lineup.
Expectations remain high as pressure mounts for Blackhawks.
Hawks have holes to fill on blue line after losing Hjalmarsson, van Riemsdyk, Campbell and Oduya.
Dreadful first season in Columbus, followed by a remarkable turnaround, helped make Saad a more well-rounded player.
Homer Glen native Joey Keane one of several non-roster invitees trying to earn a contract with Blackhawks.
Former Hawks captain won the Norris Trophy in three consecutive seasons.
Preseason and likely start in Rockford will give Hawks a better idea of just what they have in dynamic, diminutive DeBrincat.
32-year-old Jeremy Colliton will lead a new wave of Blackhawks prospects in Rockford.