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Blackhawks Trade Draft Pick to Penguins for Prospect Liam Gorman

The Hawks sent their sixth-round pick to Pittsburgh in exchange for the 22-year-old center.
Liam Gorman Chicago Blackhawks Trade

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Chicago Blackhawks' GM Kyle Davidson just keeps wheeling and dealing at the 2022 NHL Draft. His latest trade will send this year's No. 167 overall pick to the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for Liam Gorman.

Gorman is a 22-year-old center currently playing at Princeton University. The Penguins selected him No. 177 overall in the sixth round of the 2018 NHL Draft. He stands at 6-foot-3, weighs 196 lbs, and shoots left-handed.

Liam Gorman has endured a bit of an underwhelming collegiate career. He has recorded just six points in both of his active seasons at Princeton. The 2020-21 campaign was wiped out due to COVID-19, which surely did not help his development.

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