The Chicago Blackhawks have made a lot of trades with different NHL teams in team history.
The past couple of seasons the Blackhawks have made a number of trades with teams like Florida and Arizona, but how long ago has it been since a deal with the Wild has occurred? Let’s look at the last trade with every other NHL team.
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March 1st, 2017, Chicago traded Spencer Abbott and Sam Carrick to Anaheim for Kenton Helgesen and 2019 7th round pick.
November 25, 2018, Chicago trade Nick Schmaltz to Arizona for Brendan Perlini and Dylan Strome.
I would have thought there were more deals between the two clubs after this. Arizona and Chicago have connected a lot in trades and that has not been the case recently. Schmaltz has become a critical part of the Coyotes while Strome seems to be on his way out.
February 26, 2018, Chicago traded Tommy Wingels to Boston for a 2019 4th round pick.
This deal was an example of the Blackhawks trying to sell at the deadline. Sending Wingels to Boston showcased the team knew they were not going to be in the postseason.
July 9, 2019, Chicago traded Henri Jokiharju to Buffalo for Alexander Nylander
This is the last trade between these two clubs, and it is one that I think every Blackhawk fan still wants to forget.
February 24, 2020, Chicago traded Erik Gustafsson to Calgary for a 2020 3rd round pick (Wyatt Kaiser).
If the Blackhawks had traded Erik Gustafsson a year earlier when he was a 60 point defenseman they would have gotten a lot more than just a third-round pick.
June 24, 2019 Chicago traded Anton Forsberg and Gustav Forsling to Carolina for Calvin de Haan and Aleksi Saarela.
April 12, 2021, Chicago traded Carl Soderberg to Colorado for Josh Dickinson and Ryder Roston