The Chicago Blackhawks are looking to move on from one of their young forwards. 

After not being able to move Adam Gaudette and putting him on waivers and still not being able to move Dylan Strome, the team is trying to move another forward. 

According to NHL insider Frank Seravalli, the Hawks have placed forward Henrik Borgstrom on the trade block. 

Borgstrom is a player that former general manager Stan Bowman actually brought over to replace Strome. 

However it continues to not work out for either player. 

With Bowman gone and interim general manager Kyle Davidson having no real attachment to Borgstrom, they're ready to move on. 

The 24 year old has just 2 points in 12 games so far.