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The Daily: Blackhawks Draft Order; DeBrincat Headed to Detroit?

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The draft order for the 2023 NHL Draft was released and the Chicago Blackhawks know exactly where they’ll be picking. On Friday the final order of picks, which includes all acquired selections, were released league wide.

Chicago Hockey Now will be there in Nashville with full coverage of the 2023 NHL Draft.

Red Wings and DeBrincat More Likely?

The Detroit Red Wings and Alex DeBrincat seem a logical pair for several reasons. The Michigan native would be coming home but as Detroit Hockey Now’s Bob Duff points out, the divisional setup of Ottawa trading to Detroit could be a snag in trade talks. Regardless, trade rumors are heating up that the Red Wings have the prospect pool to peddle some players to Ottawa for the 25-year-0ld sniper.

Will that be enough for Ottawa to overlook what could be a trade that haunts them in the future–should DeBrincat round back out into his 40-goal self?

Blackhawks In Case You Missed It

  • The buyout period has opened. Could the Blackhawks make a deal with some teams instead and get something out of them in return for taking a contract?
  • Mock Drafts have the Blackhawks looking at several different players. Who’s the player that three different outlets have the Blackhawks taking at #19?
  • A look at  Alex Stalock and his season with the Blackhawks

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Buffalo: Five defensemen the Buffalo Sabres could target

Colorado: Scouts name players to watch for the Colorado Avalanche at pick #27

Florida: Aaron Ekblad will be expected to miss the beginning of the season for the Florida Panthers

New Jersey: Will Dawson Mercer get a long term deal for the New Jersey Devils?

Philadelphia: ESPN doesn’t have the Philadelphia Flyers really moving the needle next season

San Jose: A potential Erik Karlsson trade for the San Jose Sharks could make NHL history

Vegas: Kelly McCrimmon’s ended of season answers for the Vegas Golden Knights

Washington: Four free agent centers the Washington Capitals could target

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