The Chicago Blackhawks are reportedly set to do some shopping in the coming weeks through trade or through free agency. 

There's been some chatter that has linked the Blackhawks to Joe Pavelski if he hits free agency. 

However if Pavelski doesn't become available, general manager Stan Bowman might look at the trade market and he could find a good match with the New York Rangers. 

The Rangers are currently in rebuild mode and are trying to move a couple of forwards including Chris Kreider. 

Kreider has one year left on his deal that carries a $4.6million cap hit before he becomes a free agent next year. 

The 28 year old scored 28 goals last year on a struggling team and has 133 goals in 460 career games so far in the NHL. 

With no guarantee that Brandon Saad will have his A game next year, Kreider could be a great first line winger beside Jonathan Toews. 

The Rangers apparently are only looking for draft picks or young prospect in return.

Would you try and bring Kreider in?