Havlat a Blackhawk!

Sens deal Havlat and Smolinski to Chicago
The Ottawa Senators have traded Martin Havlat and Bryan Smolinski to the Chicago Blackhawks in a three way deal also involving the San Jose Sharks. Chicago sent Mark Bell to San Jose in exchange for Tom Preissing and Josh Hennessy, who the Blackhawks added to a package to land Havlat and Smolinski. Havlat also signed a three-year deal with the Blackhawks worth $18 million US.
Spector Analyzes Havlat Move

This is a great deal in the short term for the Sharks and Blackhawks, while it remains to be seen if this move will pan out down the road for the Senators.

Shanahan a Ranger

Brendan Shanahan became the second big-time forward to say goodbye to the Detroit Red Wings this offseason, agreeing to a one-year deal worth $4 million with the New York Rangers on Sunday.

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2 Responses to Havlat a Blackhawk!

  1. kd says:

    By now the players should have learned. You don’t mess with the Senators or they will banish you to a shitty hockey team. First they sent Yashin to The Island, then Hossa to Atlanta and now Havlat to Chicago. I love how they do business.
    BTW, don’t mess with Bernie either or he will send you to Murphy’s.

  2. Art says:

    But Murphy’s wins. Chaos South, now that’s exile.

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