Could These Three Undrafted Players be on Chicago Blackhawke GM Kyle Davidson's Radar?

Three undrafted players the Hawks could target as free agents.

2023 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Championship - Northeast Regional - Semifinals
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Jacob Quillan

Also coming from Quinnipiac in the NCAA, Jacob Quillan brings a lot of what the Blackhawks are looking for in their prospects. The 22 year-old center is in his third season with Quinnipiac and has become a top scorer on their team in recent years. After 9 points in 36 games during 2021-22, Quillan has tallied 77 points in 75 games over the following two seasons.

An all situations player for in the NCAA, Quillan plays a fast-paced game with high energy. He has pro-ready size at 6'0 196lbs and is a reliable player at both ends of the ice for Quinnipiac. After being a key contributor on the National Championship winning roster, his strong play this season led Quillan to the All-ECAC Hockey Second Team.

Quillan is a player that aligns very well with the type of prospects Kyle Davidson has been adding to the pipeline. He plays a fast game with a high motor and can play in all situations. Davidson is trying to build a resilient team who plays a complete 200 foot game. Quillan has all the attributes to fit right in with the Blackhawks future plans given he just turned 22 years-old at the beginning of February.