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Development: Chicago Blackhawks' picks owned in the 2024 NHL draft


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April 26, 2024  (11:04)
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Here's a preview of what to expect from the Chicago Blackhawks in the upcoming 2024 NHL Draft. Take a look at the breakdown of their picks and where they stand in each round. From potential lottery selections to acquired picks through trades, the Blackhawks are gearing up for an exciting draft day. Let's dive into the details of their draft picks and how they acquired each one.

First Round:
-Blackhawks' own pick (To be determined based on lottery)
-Tampa Bay's pick (To be determined based on postseason finish) acquired from the Brandon Hagel trade.
Second Round:
-Blackhawks' own pick at No. 34 overall
-Los Angeles' pick at No. 54 acquired from a swap with Philadelphia at the 2022 NHL Draft
-Vancouver's pick at No. 62 acquired from the Jason Dickinson trade
Third Round:
-Blackhawks' own pick at No. 66
-Ottawa's pick at No. 71 acquired from the Alex DeBrincat trade
Fourth Round:
None (Chicago traded its 4th round pick to Tampa in the Brandon Hagel trade)
Fifth Round:
-Nashville's pick at No. 150 acquired from trading Anthony Beauvillier to the Predators.
Sixth Round:
-Blackhawks' own pick at No. 162
Seventh Round:
-None (Chicago traded its 7th round pick to Tampa Bay for the rights to Corey Perry)
Overall Selection Numbers:
1 TBD (lottery)
1 TBD (Tampa – playoffs)
2 at No. 34
2 at No. 54
2 at No. 62
3 at No. 66
3 at No. 71
5 at No. 150
6 at No. 162
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Development: Chicago Blackhawks' picks owned in the 2024 NHL draft

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