C Mark McNeill (1/18): 70 games played, 32 goals, 49 assists, 81 points
LW Phillip Danault (1/26): 64 games played, 23 goals, 44 assists, 67 points
D Adam Clendening (2/36): 36 games played, five goals, 18 assists, 23 points
LW Brandon Saad (2/43): 59 games played, 27 goals, 28 assists, 55 points
D Michael Paliotta (3/70): 52 games played, one goal, 12 assists, 13 points
D Klas Dahlbeck (3/79): 47 games played, zero goals, eight assists, eight points
RW Maxim Shulanov (4/109): 39 games played, 22 goals, 14 assists, 36 points
C Andrew Shaw (5/139): N/A
D Sam Jardine (6/169): 50 games played, six goals, 16 assists, 22 points
C Alexander Broadhurst (7/199): N/A
G Johan Mattsson (7/211): 26 games played, 2.62 GAA
Acquired: Rostislav Olesz, 26th pick (Phillip Danault)
Departed: Brian Campbell, Troy Brouwer
While Chicago only has four prospects that I see hitting the NHL at some point, they are the best group of players drafted by one team this year.
The group of Mark McNeill, Phillip Danault, Adam Clendening and Brandon Saad is a group of players that no one in this year's draft could come close to matching. They will have Chicago back in the Stanley Cup finals very soon.
McNeill is a complete player could potentially jump to the Blackhawks this season, taking Troy Brouwer's spot in the lineup. Saad might make it to the NHL in 2012-13 and Clendening and Danault a year or two later.
Without a doubt, Chicago was the biggest winner in this year's draft.