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Blackhawks Daily: Injury Bug Bites Elsewhere; Trade Rumors

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The Chicago Blackhawks are at the midpoint place of the season, with things being where most would expect. A lot of that has to do with the injury bug just obliterating the lineup. That same bug is spreading to other teams.

The Boston Bruins dropped its game last night, losing reining Vezina winner Linus Ullmark in the process. The Detroit Red Wings prospect who made a huge impact in the World Juniors is now out with an upper body injury, potentially slowing the rapid tracjectory he looked to be on.

It’s not just the Blackhawks getting the brunt of it. Meanwhile, trade rumors are swirling everywhere and tis the season as the Cutter Gauthier trade really gets things going on a number of levels.

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Hockey Now Network

Montreal Hockey Now: The  Montreal Canadiens had a chance on the Cutter Gauthier trade rumors but passed on adding him to the roster

Nashville Hockey Now: Like the Blackhawks, the Nashville Predators prospects are going to be used to build a strong foundation. It also helps when a couple are named to the All-Star team.

Pittsburgh Hockey Now: The Pittsburgh Penguins, trying to get one final run at a Cup, have a number of options when it comes to trades. Here’s a look at their cap space, and potential options they might have.

Philly Hockey Now: The Philadelphia Flyers head coach John Tortorella went absolutely nuts during his press conference, defending Kevin Hayes in the aftermath of the Cutter Gauthier trade.

San Jose Hockey Now: The San Jose Sharks are angling for the future, and are in prime position for a top spot in the lottery. So knowing they’ll be sellers, here’s a look at trade deadline targets on the roster–for other teams.

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