The Chicago Blackhawks were left with a pretty big hole when they let Corey Crawford walk to free agency. 

In between the pipes turned into a committee situation for the Hawks with Kevin Lankinen leading the way with some help from Collin Delia and Malcolm Subban. 

However now they've got themselves a true #1 goalie in Marc-Andre Fleury. 

It's for that reason that according to Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times they'll be looking to move one of their goalies. 

With Malcolm Subban likely headed to waivers before the season opener, Pope expects the Hawks to try and trade the goalie. 

The 27 year old only carries a $850k cap hit for this season so there's no doubt he would be claimed by another team. 

He registered a 3.20 goals against average and .900 save percentage last year along with 2 shutouts in 16 games. 

What kind of a return do you think the Hawks could get for Subban?


Source: Ben Pope Chicago Sun-Times