The Chicago Blackhawks have lots of questions marks heading into next season and general manager Stan Bowman has some work to do. 

One of those question marks revolves the goaltender situation.

Corey Crawford will be UFA while Malcolm Subban will be RFA and Bowman hasn't been shy about how there just might not be enough cap room to keep Crawford around. 

Crawford has said he would maybe consider a hometown discount however only if he was the clear cut starter with no repeat of the Robin Lehner situation. 

That's why Mike DeFabo of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette believes Matt Murray could be traded to the Chicago Blackhawks. 

Chicago is looking for a possible third line center and restricted free agent Dylan Strome could fill that role. 

With Strome and Crawford coming off the books, it would give Bowman some room to sign Murray who's also a restricted free agent. 

Would you make this trade?


Source: Mike DeFabo Pittsburgh Post-Gazette