Originally written on Sports Mockery  |  Last updated 6/4/14
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Posted to Gorilla Salad's Play LandAccording to Chicago Tribune sports columnist Steve Rosenbloom the Chicago Blackhawks could be moving a “big name” player this off-season in order to fill some team needs as well as free up cap space to resign 88 and 19. Rosenbloom suggests that Patrick Sharp (signed through the 2016-17 season at $5.9 million per year) and Brent Seabrook (signed through 2015-16 season at $5.8 million per year) are two big names that the Blackhawks could be shopping this off-season. You can watch the video by clicking HERE Rosenbloom suggests that the Blackhawks could be/should be going after a second line center. I agree they do need help there (they have for years), but some of the names suggested come at a high price. Joe Pavelski from San Jose (signed through 2018-19 season at $6 mil per year) and Ryan Kesler from Vancouver (signed through 2015-16 at $5 mil per year) both sound good but Pavelski is too expensive and Vancouver would want a King’s ransom from the Blackhawks for Kesler. Like Rosenbloom said it would be very hard for the Blackhawks to pull a good player from a Western Conference foe. Never say never I guess but I would imagine it would be hard to trade your regular season goal leader (Sharp) this off-season, but anything can happen. If either of these two go my guess would be Seabrook. 148 total views, 148 views today The post Chicago Blackhawks Could Lose Dominant Player appeared first on Chicago Fan Board.
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