The Blackhawks open up a little bit of cap space with this trade.
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Jokiharju is gone and Nylander is here, so let’s focus on the young winger the Blackhawks acquired.
Only time will tell if this move benefits or hurts the Blackhawks, but we will certainly have it under a magnifying glass the whole way through.
With the Blackhawks Development Camp roster now public, here’s who you should keep an eye on next week.
Just looking at the term length and annual average value for what Ryan Carpenter will bring to the table, it’s a low-risk move that should help the Hawks not only on the ice but on the books as well.
The Blackhawks have signed goaltender Robin Lehner to a 1-year, $5 million deal.
The rugged winger returns to the Windy City, but his contract could make things messy for the Hawks if there aren’t more moves on the way.
I’m ready to hear the United Center rock again. There’s no better place to be.
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