Since 2008 when the Chicago Blackhawks took Kyle Beach with the 11th overall pick the highest they’ve drafted is 18th. Which is to say they’d be excused if their system wasn’t chock-full of top prospects. But after a championship season in which home-grown youngsters like Brandon Saad (43rd overall in 2011) and Andrew Shaw (139th in 2011) played key roles there could be even more of those stories in 2013-14. Brandon Pirri is one name ‘Hawks fans can expect to hear often during training camp. Drafted 59th overall in 2009 the 22-year-old center is coming off an AHL-high 75-point season with Rockford. “Brandon has done everything we’ve asked him to do” ‘Hawks GM Stan Bowman said in July per the Chicago Tribune. “He’s slowly grown his game each year. He’s not just an offensive guy he played in all situations. To lead the whole league in scoring as a 21-year-old — it’s pretty impressive. (It) showed he’s got a lot of talent. We’ve brought him along slowly and we’re excited about what he brings.”