Playing for the Blackhawks for the first time since May 5, center Brandon Bollig logged nine hits, tied for the Blackhawks' high (with Andrew Shaw and Bryan Bickell), in Chicago's triple-overtime victory over the Boston Bruins in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup championship series in Chicago, and impressed coach Joel Quenneville.
As expected, Brandon Bollig played in his first game since May 5 on Wednesday.
Brandon Bollig will be ramped up for his Game 1 appearance in the Stanley Cup Finals, but he knows that he has to stay disciplined.
Brandon Bollig, who is likely to enter the lineup for Game 1 of the Cup Finals, will look to provide some extra sandpaper to the Hawks' game.
Brandon Bollig may be reinserted into Chicago's lineup for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
Brandon Bollig was a healthy scratch Saturday.
Brandon Bollig has been called up by the Chicago Blackhawks.
Brandon Bollig has been sent to AHL Rockford.
Center Brandon Bollig has yet to score a regular-season goal, prompting this comment from Chicago teammate Andrew Shaw: "I heard (New Jersey goaltender) Marty Brodeur has more goals than him this year."
Brandon Bollig has been assigned to the minors by Chicago.
Brandon Bollig was a healthy scratch on Monday.
Brandon Bollig was a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Brandon Bollig scored and dropped his gloves in a fight during Rockford's 2-1 loss Friday night.