The Chicago Blackhawks are turning lots of heads and are right in the mix for a playoff spot. 

While general manager Stan Bowman won't be making any blockbuster deals at the deadline, he definitely owes it to his players to get a little bit of help. 

The Hawks' have a hole down the middle and they might able to patch it up. 

One name they've been connected to recently is Eric Staal as he's requested a trade out of Buffalo with the Sabres absolutely hitting rock bottom. 

Staal would provide some great depth down the middle and while he might not hit the 40 goal mark he did a couple of seasons ago, he can definitely still contribute offensively. 

What would it cost for the Hawks to land Staal?

According to NHL insider Elliotte Friedman, it would likely cost a second round pick. 

Considering the Hawks have no third round pick, would you give up their only second for Staal?

Source: Elliotte Friedman