Brent Seabrook makes surprise return to help out a Blackhawks top prospect

Published December 5, 2023 at 9:28 PM
Former Blackhawks star and three-time Stanley Cup Champion, Brent Seabrook, is making a comeback to professional hockey, but this time in a management role. Team Canada has officially announced its management group for the upcoming 2023-24 World Juniors, including Seabrook.

The move coincides with the rise of 19-year-old Blackhawks prospect, Paul Ludwinski, who is currently setting records with a remarkable 14-game point streak in the OHL. Seabrook's return to the hockey scene is expected to have a positive impact on Ludwinski, creating a unique connection through their shared Blackhawks history.

Seabrook, recognized as one of the best defensemen in Blackhawks franchise history, played a pivotal role in the team's three Stanley Cup victories. His return to the sport, this time in a management capacity, adds a nostalgic touch for Blackhawks fans who remember his significant contributions to the team's success.

#Blackhawks prospect, Paul Ludwinski has been named to Team Canada's preliminary roster for the WJC. Former Blackhawk Brent Seabrook is a team consultant for Canada as well.

As a member of the World Juniors management, Seabrook brings a wealth of experience and hockey knowledge to mentor and support the next generation of Canadian talent on the international stage.
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Brent Seabrook makes surprise return to help out a Blackhawks top prospect

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