The Chicago Blackhawks and general manager Stan Bowman have had a pretty interesting and positive offseason.
Bowman has added to the Blackhawks struggling blueline by adding Olli Maatta and Calvin de Haan.
The Hawks' GM then made a huge play and signed 2019 Vezina Nominee, Robin Lehner, to a one year $5million deal to share the net with Corey Crawford.
When it comes to the forward group, he's added some grinders by signing Ryan Carpenter and bringing back Andrew Shaw.
But could he be adding something else?
According to Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times, the Blackhawks could still bring in Wheaton, Illinois, native Ryan Dzingel.
The 27 year old has put together back to back 20 goal seasons and will likely require a bigger salary than the Blackhawks have room for but a trade could be coming.
There's been rumblings for months that Artem Anisimov and his $4.55million cap hit's time is running out in Chicago and fortunately for the Hawks, his no movement clause has run out.
Would you like to see Dzingel in a Hawks uniform and move on from Anisimov?