The Chicago Blackhawks come into the 2013 season looking very much like a re-energized team.
With training camp already underway, the Blackhawks are trying to fix some loose ends that may have cost them in last year's playoff run.
Duncan Keith and Brent Seabrook need to up their defensive contributions in order to help the team drudge through a 48-game season. Corey Crawford and Ray Emery must perform better in net if they want to have a long playoff run.
The Blackhawks will also have to answer questions on which players to bring up from the Rockford IceHogs.
On top of which, the team is still struggling to find a legitimate second-line center—will the 'Hawks finally answer this question?
General manager Stan Bowman and coach Joel Quenneville will have a lot of say in who stays and who goes. Let's just hope that the right decisions are made before the season starts on January 19.
These are the five biggest questions in 2013 training camp: