The Chicago Blackhawks are rolling along at training camp and looking towards the start of the season. 

Obviously it's looking a little rough without centers Jonathan Toews and Kirby Dach, but could general manager Stan Bowman be looking at bringing in another one?

According to NHL insider Pierre LeBrun, the answer is yes. 

LeBrun reports that the Chicago Blackhawks are one of the possible landing spots for disgruntled Columbus Blue Jackets forward Pierre-Luc Dubois. 

According to LeBrun he would be "a young, core piece that would fit the vision of what’s going on now in Chicago".

Unfortunately the cost to acquire Dubois might be Kirby Dach and obviously with Dach injured, that likely won't be happening soon but as LeBrun points out "Kekalainen and Hawks GM Stan Bowman have made a few big trades before."

In any case, landing Dubois would be a huge boost to the Blackhawks rebuild. 

Would you like to see general manager Stan Bowman go after the 22 year old?


Source: Pierre LeBrun The Athletic