Blackhawks: The last trade with every other NHL team in franchise history

By Jimmy Lynch
Chicago Blackhawks, Notre Dame (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
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Andrew Ladd #16, Chicago Blackhawks
Andrew Ladd #16, Chicago Blackhawks (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) /

Columbus Blue Jackets

June 27, 2018, Chicago trade Jean-Francois Berube to Columbus for Jordan Schroeder.

Dallas Stars

June 23, 2017, Chicago traded their 2017 1st round pick for Dallas’s 2017 1st and 3rd round picks.

The Stars wanted to move up a little in the draft and the Hawks were more than willing to help make that a reality. The team ended up getting Henri Jokiharju with their pick.

Detroit Red Wings

October 28, 2019, Chicago traded Brendan Perlini to Detroit for Alec Regula

The first piece of the trade with the Arizona Coyotes was dealt to Detroit about a year later.

Edmonton Oilers

December 30, 2018, Chicago traded Brandon Manning and Robin Norell to Edmonton for Jason Garrison and Drake Caggiula.

This is still one of the best trades Stan Bowman has ever made, although he was at fault for giving Brandon Manning a big contract so.

Florida Panthers

April 12, 2021, Chicago traded Lucas Wallmark and Lucas Carlsson to Florida for Brett Connolly, Henrik Borgstrom, Riley Stillman, and a 2021 seventh-round pick.

Another trade I cannot complain about as this move has given Chicago a solid prospect, a future piece of the blueline, and a veteran that can compete.

Los Angeles Kings

October 4, 2020, Chicago traded Olli Maatta to Los Angeles for Brad Morrison.