As a general rule, dominant hockey teams don't have deep prospect groups. Not only do they get lesser draft picks than the NHL's basket-case franchises, but they are also more prone to trading the talent in their systems for immediate help.
The Chicago Blackhawks are an exception.
The following slideshow ranks the team's 10 best Calder-eligible prospects (don't go looking for Jeremy Morin or David Rundblad; both have played too many NHL games to qualify) and provides capsule scouting reports. Prospects are primarily ranked based on their potential NHL ceiling, but the amount of risk involved in that projection is also a significant factor in this list.