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Blackhawks Re-Sign Dominik Kubalik and Malcolm Subban to 2-Year Deals

The Chicago Blackhawks have re-signed forward Dominik Kubalik and goalie Malcolm Subban to two-year contracts to kick off 2020 NHL free agency.

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Right at the 11 AM CT start time on the first day of 2020 NHL free agency, the Blackhawks announced two re-signings.

The big news here is obviously regarding Dominik Kubalik. The Czech winger put together an outstanding rookie campaign for the Blackhawks in 2019-20, posting 30 goals and 16 assists. He also was a finalist for the Calder Trophy. Kubalik re-signed with Chicago today for two years at a $3.7 million cap hit.

The team also re-signed goalie Malcolm Subban to a two-year contract that carries an $850K cap hit. This news follows yesterday’s announcement that longtime goalie Corey Crawford would not re-sign with the Blackhawks. Subban is expected to compete with Rockford IceHogs goalies Kevin Lankinen and Collin Delia for the Blackhawks’ net in 2021.

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