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

By Jimmy Lynch
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Minnesota Wild

February 12, 2010, Chicago traded Cam Barker to Minnesota for Nick Leddy and Kim Johnsson.

The Wild and Blackhawks have not made a trade since February of 2010. This is the longest pause between trades between the Blackhawks and another team.

Montreal Canadiens

October 7, 2021, Chicago traded a 2021 7th round pick to Montreal for a 2020 7th round pick (Louis Crevier).

Nashville Predators

February 26, 2018, Chicago traded Ryan Hartman and a 2018 5th round pick to Nashville for Victor Ejdsell a 2018 1st and 4th round picks (Beaudin and Kurashev).

Even though the Predators partially ended the Hawks dynasty with a sweep in 2017, this trade was a steal as they turned Ryan Hartman into Beaudin and Kurashev.

New Jersey Devils

June 22, 2019, Chicago traded John Hayden to New Jersey for John Quenneville

New York Islanders

June 25, 2016, Chicago traded their 2016 4th round pick to New York for a 2016 4th and 2017 6th.

New York Rangers

February 18, 2019, Chicago traded Darren Raddysh to New York for Peter Holland

Ottawa Senators

July 16, 2019, Chicago trade Artem Anisimov to Ottawa for Zack Smith

Philadelphia Flyers

February 24, 2020, Chicago traded Nathan Noel to Philadelphia for T.J. Brennan

Pittsburgh Penguins

November 20, 2019, Chicago traded Graham Knott to Pittsburgh for Joseph Cramerossa