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Chicago Blackhawks: Creating a team of traded players

CHICAGO, IL - MARCH 21: Artemi Panarin #72 of the Chicago Blackhawks controls the puck against the Vancouver Canucks at the United Center on March 21, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. The Canucks defeated the Blackhawks 5-4 in overtime. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
CHICAGO, IL - MARCH 21: Artemi Panarin #72 of the Chicago Blackhawks controls the puck against the Vancouver Canucks at the United Center on March 21, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. The Canucks defeated the Blackhawks 5-4 in overtime. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) /
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Robin Lehner, Chicago Blackhawks
Robin Lehner, Chicago Blackhawks (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images) /

Goalies

Robin Lehner 

Robin Lehner could have had a future in Chicago, and honestly, the one reward I saw when the Blackhawks traded him away was that he could hopefully go and compete for a Cup in Vegas. However with the season all but over it looks like we are going to have to wait another year to see Lehner win the cup.

Scott Darling 

Scott Darling never really found his groove in Carolina, but he certainly had it when he was with the Blackhawks. He would be a great backup for Lehner, and one that could even steal a few playoff games as he did in the past.

What do you think?

Do you think this team could compete for the Stanley Cup? I definitely could see this team winning something, especially when you pit the Blackhawks team of traded players against some of the other organizations out there.

The Blackhawks have had so many great players in the past that they have had to let some of them go, but hey they did manage to bring back a decent amount of ex-Blackhawks in the past, who knows maybe some more of these players will find their way back to Chicago.

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