How Would The Blackhawks Look if They Didn't Trade Everybody Away?

Published August 3, 2022 at 0:21

Blackhawks fans have been through it all, the amazing times throughout the multiple cups won in a short period of time, and also the downfall- where that includes multiple fan favorites and players traded away, always catching the fan base off guard.

The Blackhawks have traded:

-Artemi Panarin, forward Tyler Motte and a sixth-round pick in the 2017 NHL Draft to the Columbus Blue Jackets for former Blackhawks forward Brandon Saad.

-Alex DeBrincat dealt at the 2022 draft for the 7th overall pick, and two other late picks.

-Nick Schmaltz was traded from chicago to Arizona in exchange for Dylan Strome and Brandon Perlini. Schmaltz is now coming off a career high 60+ point season.

To top it off, Teuvo Teravainen, Brandon Hagel, Philip Danault, Ryan Hartman and more.. let's see how a Blackhawks forward lineup would look with all the players the franchise have traded over the past while.


That is quite the lineup, a all-around mix of skill, size and grittiness would make that lineup a playoff team, and that is not including Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews and others.. but now, we have a full rebuild taking place, and got no where after trading away star players.
August 3   |   362 answers
How Would The Blackhawks Look if They Didn't Trade Everybody Away?

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