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

By Jimmy Lynch
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San Jose Sharks

June 27, 2014, Chicago traded their 2014 1st and 3rd round picks for San Jose’s 2014 1st and 6th round picks (Nick Schmaltz and Ivan Nalimov)

Seattle Kraken

With the expansion draft just a few months away there is no doubt the Hawks will do some kind of deal to make sure the Kraken takes the player they want. Maybe they get rid of Seabrooks contract for a couple of draft picks.

St Louis Blues

June 25, 2016, Chicago traded their 2016 5th to St. Louis for their 2017 5th round pick.

Tampa Bay Lightning

January 11, 2019, Chicago traded Jan Rutta and a 2019 7th round pick to Tampa Bay for Slater Koekkoek and a 2019 5th round pick.

Toronto Maple Leafs

January 3, 2016, Chicago traded Jeremy Morin to Toronto for Richard Panik.

Vancouver Canucks

April 12, 2021, Madison Bowey traded to Vancouver for a 4th round pick in 2021

Vegas Golden Knights

April 12, 2021, Chicago traded Mattias Janmark and a 2022 5th round pick for a 2021 2nd and 2022 3rd round pick.

Washington Capitals

February 19, 2018, Chicago traded Michal Kempny to Washington for a 2018 third-round pick.

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Winnipeg Jets

February 25, 2016, Chicago traded Marko Dano and a 2016 first-round pick for Andrew Ladd, Jay Harrison, and Matt Fraser.

So many trades with so many different teams. Who do you think the Blackhawks will make a trad with next?