The Chicago Blackhawks added to their future on the first night of the 2012 NHL Draft when the picked Finnish forward Teuvo Teravainen with the No. 18 overall pick in the first round. But that's only the beginning, as the team will pick seven more times across the draft's final six rounds on Saturday morning and afternoon.
The Blackhawks in recent years have shown that they have no problem with jettisoning veterans and giving their roles to younger players, so the players drafted on Saturday could become familiar faces in the team's rotation a few years down the road. All of Chicago's picks on Saturday will come at No. 18 in each respective round, with the exception of their second pick in the fifth round, which will come at No. 28.
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