Sometimes Chicago head coach Joel Quenneville doesn't get enough credit for making adjustments. After his team fell behind 3-1 in this series, he's been pushing buttons like mad. When he sent Kane out with Saad and Shaw in Game 5, he caught that proverbial lightning in a bottle. More than just instant chemistry, Saad has embraced the moment in a way that suggests his importance to this team will be shown for many years to come. Speedy, skilled, defensively responsible, Saad was a candidate for the U.S. Olympic team right down to the wire and, while he has seen some ups and downs this spring, he is delivering at just the right time with two goals and three assists in the last three games, including a helper on Kane's game-winner in Game 6.