The Chicago Blackhawks could use some depth via the 2020 NHL Draft and Jack Quinn is an option for them in the upper-middle part of the draft.
The Chicago Blackhawks have a lot of interesting decisions to make over the next five years. They fired John McDonough as the President and CEO of the organization so things might start to take a different turn. They have a big draft this upcoming year whenever the NHL decides to do it. We don’t know how they will handle the lottery or order of selection but the Chicago Blackhawks need to have smart selections.
A player that might be a good option is Jack Quinn. Jack Quinn is an 18-year-old right-wing from Cobden, Ontario. He isn’t a big player as he stands at 5’11” and is only 176 lbs. That doesn’t matter that much as he is one of, if not the best pure goal scorer available in the draft. He might be available to the Blackhawks if they pick somewhere in the 10-20 range. He, as a pure goal scorer, would be a great addition to the Blackhawks top-six someday.