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Blackhawks Daily: Tuesday’s Aftermath; Kane Signs with Detroit



Today’s Blackhawks Daily is going to be more of a wrap of everything that happened yesterday. There was a lot not only related to everything with Corey Perry, but also with a trade made with the Vancouver Canucks and finally the game itself that resulted in a victory.

Aside from that, former Hawks forward Patrick Kane signed with the Detroit Red Wings yesterday, a one-year deal worth $2.75M. The funny part of all of this? It felt, parousing both social media along with conversations I had with people on both sides of fandom, the Red Wings side of things were more upset with it than Blackhawks fans.

It shows that people have made peace with where the Blackhawks are headed as well as realizing that indeed, both sides are moving in the direction they’re respectively supposed to be going.

With everything that happened in such as short time span, here’s a review of everything broken down for whatever you might have missed.

Corey Perry News and Blackhawks Response

  • Chicago placed Corey Perry on unconditional waivers, with the purpose of terminating his contract
  • Kyle Davidson’s response to placing Perry on waivers as well as his answers to all that has happened

Blackhawks Game Day Wraps

  • The Blackhawks hold onto knock off the Seattle Kraken 4-3
  • Foligno, and head coach Luke Richardson’s reaction to all of Tuesday: “You’re stunned a little bit.”

Blackhawks Features and Trade News

  • The wit and wisdom of Nick Foligno includes an interview I was able to have with him last week going back on the impactful leaders in his career who helped him become who he’s been
  • The Blackhawks acquried Anthony Beauvillier from the Vancouver Canucks, a speedy winger who could be a major asset to replace the loss of Taylor Hall
  • The Patrick Kane kerfuffle for both Detroit and Chicago fans

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