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Blackhawks Daily: Trade Rumors; Vegas to Host ’24 Draft



Could the Chicago Blackhawks possibly take a flier on Philip Broberg? It’s interesting, wouldn’t cost a lot, but apparently might not even be true. Broberg’s situation leads today’s Daily full of trade rumors and possibilities.

TSN’s Ryan Rishaug tweeted this after speculation was ramping up that Broberg indeed would be available.

What about around the league?

Trade Rumors Around the Hockey Now Network

Boston Hockey Now has a look at why maybe the Boston Bruins should take a run at Pat Maroon. With pressure growing with the Pittsburgh Penguins and what they should be, what might need to happen there? The Detroit Red Wings already made one of its big acquisitions already, signing forward Patrick Kane to a one-year deal so a trade doesn’t seem necessary…yet. Then there’s when trade targets gets injured and the initial hope to who the New Jersey Devils were targeting is scuttled.

The trade the Hawks did make–here’s more from NYI Hockey Now where it’s a good little writeup on his time with the New York Islanders.

Blackhawks In Case You Missed It

  • The Blackhawks know Lukas Reichel is a great player. Yesterday’s third period performance was a way to build some momentum
  • Blackhawks fall to Nashville 4-3 in a shootout
  • Those last ten games–well–the numbers don’t lie
  • Red, White, and Boom – four Blackhawks on the preliminary US hockey roster for the World Junior Championships

Western Conference Wrap

Colorado Hockey Now: The Colorado Avalanche recalled a former first round pick on Tuesday.

Nashville Hockey Now: Some takeaways from the start to the Nashville Predators season so far.

San Jose Hockey Now: An improbable comeback for the San Jose Sharks, which now puts them a point ahead of the Blackhawks on the season

Vegas Hockey Now: It’ll be the Vegas Golden Knights hosting the NHL Draft in June and it’ll be at the Sphere

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