The Blackhawks claim they are done in terms of offseason moves

But, could more moves be on the way?

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The Blackhawks claim they are done in terms of offseason moves
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The biggest offseason acquisition for the Chicago Blackhawks is undoubtably Connor Bedard, the highly touted prospect who has drawn comparisons to the likes of Sidney Crosby and who was selected with the No. 1 overall pick at last week's NHL Draft. 

In the meantime, Blackhawks general manager Kyle Davidson has also added some veteran talent in Corey Perry and Taylor Hall along with Nick Foligno, all of whom were acquired via trade. Are they finished adding to their rebuilding roster that now features one of the brightest young talents yet to make his NHL debut in recent memory? 

Blackhawks beat writer Ben Pope of The Chicago Sun-Times wrote the following on Twitter: 

"Kyle Davidson said the Blackhawks are either done or close to done in terms of offseason moves.

They will probably add more depth on defense at some point, he said, but they could wait until camp for that (like how they claimed Tinordi last year)."

Regardless, the Blackhawks remain in a serious period of transition after former franchise icons Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews are now officially a part of the past. Kane was dealt to the New York Rangers at last season's NHL Trading Deadline, while Toews was informed that he would not be re-signed; both are now free-agents. 

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