Chicago Blackhawks 2019 Trade Deadline Tracker

  

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Blackhawks Player/PickOpposite TeamPlayer/Pick to Blackhawks
Darren Raddysh (Rockford)New York RangersPeter Holland (Hartford)
Matheson Iacopelli (Indy)Los Angeles KingsSpencer Watson (Manchester)

Trade Analysis:

Darren Raddysh for Peter Holland

Peter Holland – Center – 6’2″ 210lbs – 28-years-old


Jeff – This is a very minor depth trade that looks a lot like the deal last year that brought Chris DiDomenico to the Icehogs for the stretch playoff run. Raddysh wasn’t going to get much playing time outside of Rockford with the glutton of defensemen in the system, and the Hogs desperately need scoring help.  Holland is a UFA this summer while Raddysh has another year left on his deal.

Matheson Iacopelli for Spencer Watson

Jeff – Super minor deal. Swap of ECHL players that weren’t working out in their current situations.


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    Jeff Osborn
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    #12060
    Under Qs moustache
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    I was glad to see the Hawks not chase the dream. Had they won both games last weekend, well then you got to throw the dice and get some help. The PK got roughed up big and the PP crumbled with the game on the line (0 for 3) vs the Stars. A glimpse of what would have been a 4 game 1st round exit vs real playoff teams.

    Sikura appears to be more of a project than Perlini, so hopefully he goes back to Rockford and works hard for a chance next year on the Hawks or another team. I would have liked to see Kunitz moved to give him another chance at a cup.

    Delia has some work too, and with the way Rockford is playing now adding Sikura and him will give them a boost. Maybe Sikura can find his scoring touch again.

    The other moves will happen this summer as the Hawks try to unload a contract or two and make room for some new players.

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    Phil M
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    Kind of surprised they did nothing. They could have at least tried to unload people on expiring contracts they didn’t plan to bring back. I guess at least they didn’t do something stupid and overpay for someone to load up for a playoff push.

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