CSN Chicago "It was a combination that was thrown together near the end of the Chicago Blackhawks’ run, and it proved to be a successful bunch. Brandon Saad, Andrew Shaw and Patrick Kane clicked instantly when coach Joel Quenneville put them together entering Game 5 of the Western Conference Final. After..." June 05
#Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville on winger Brandon Saad's return: "Good chance by the weekend. Fingers crossed for Friday."
Chicago Sun-Times "He has played on a line with two future Hall of Famers. He has played on a checking unit against some of the best lines in the world. He has played in the glaring spotlight of the Stanley Cup Final. He has played on the power play and he has played on the penalty kill. He has handled a prolonged..." October 03
CSN Chicago "Brandon Saad has spent the past two scrimmages adjusting to the center spot. And while there are some growing pains with a position he’s never played before Saad said he’s feeling better with each opportunity there. “I felt better today than yesterday” he said after Saturday’s scrimmage with..." September 15
Chicago Sun-Times "Brandon Saad a Calder Trophy finalist as a left wing last season will get the first crack at the Blackhawks’ vacant second-line center spot coach Joel Quenneville said Wednesday as training camp began at Notre Dame. “We’re going to try it” Quenneville said. “He’s good with the puck he’s a big..." September 12
Buffalo News "NHL awards season has begun. The league has announced the finalists for the Calder Trophy, given annually to the Rookie of the Year. The three candidates are Brendan Gallagher of Montreal, Jonathan Huberdeau of Florida and Brandon Saad of Chicago. Voting, done by the Professional Hockey..." May 06
NHL.com "Montreal Canadiens winger Brendan Gallagher, center Jonathan Huberdeau of the Florida Panthers and left wing Brandon Saad of the Chicago Blackhawks are the 2012-13 finalists for the Calder Memorial Trophy, the NHL announced Monday. The Calder Memorial Trophy is awarded to the League's top..." May 06
NHL.com "The Chicago Blackhawks have been asked quite a few important questions in the past few weeks leading into the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs, but one got answered for good Tuesday at United Center. Patrick Kane decided he would grow his annual playoff mullet, complete with steps shaved into each..." May 01