They are solid contenders for the Stanley Cup on an annual basis and have a boatload of talent throughout the organization. That includes the team's entry-level players.
The Blackhawks held their annual prospect camp last week. General manager Stan Bowman, head coach Joel Quenneville and the coaching staff got an up-close-and-personal look at 64 prospects as they went through drills, tests and scrimmages.
While just one of the prospects—Teuvo Teravainen—is expected to have a chance to compete for a roster spot in training camp, the Blackhawks like the young talent that they have assembled, and some of the players may have a chance to call the United Center home in the years to come.
Here's a look at the top five performers in the camp.