The Chicago Blackhawks and general manager Stan Bowman still believe they're in the playoff hunt and technically they are.
Chicago sits just six points behind the Minnesota Wild who hold the second Wild Card spot.
Regardless on if the team makes changes for a playoff push or is already getting started for next year, one thing is clear, they need help with some secondary scoring.
Patrick Kane is currently playing with Artem Anisimov and Dylan Strome while Jonathan Toews plays with Brandon Saad and Dominik Kahun.
Eklund of HockeyBuzz reports that the Hawks are showing interest in Ottawa Senators forward Ryan Dzingel.
The 26 year old usually plays left wing however is versatile and can also play right wing and center. Dzingel is having quite the season with 31 points in 41 games which includes 17 goals and will be UFA after this season.
Would Dzingel be an interesting add to the Hawks lineup?