Pat Maroon has found a new home

He's their latest addition in what has been an extremely busy offseason!

Michael W.

He's won three Stanley Cup championships since 2019, and now veteran forward Pat Maroon has found himself his latest professional home and will be using his notable championship experience to help mentor some of the younger players that are now his new teammates. 

He's joined the Chicago Blackhawks on a one-year contract, joining the already extensive list of additions that they've made that include Alec Martinez, Laurent Brossoit, Teuvo Teravainen, and Tyler Bertuzzi.

Maroon joins his 8th NHL squad and fourth since the start of the 2022-23 NHL season. He spent last year with the Minnesota Wild before being dealt to the Boston Bruins at the NHL Trade Deadline. 

He'd play in a total of 51 regular season games between the two teams, scoring four goals with 12 assists. He also registered two assists in 13 games with the Bruins in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

In 780 career NHL games, he's scored a total of 121 goals and 183 assists along with 990 PIM.

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