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It’s expected that the team will protect John Carlson and Dmitry Orlov on the back-end, but after that, the decision to protect Nick Jensen, Justin Schultz or Brenden Dillon could be related to, simply, play on the ice, or even salary. But either way, the Capitals will have the ability to supplement that talent with the depth they’ve got.

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With Duncan Keith now a member of the Edmonton Oilers another significant part of the Chicago Blackhawks’ 2010s dynasty has left the franchise.Toronto Maple Leafs for NHL Face Masks

Suter would not solve all of the team's problems. In fact, signing him would still give the team eight defensemen which is a luxury they cannot afford. Normally in those situations, the prospect pulls the short straw, but Fehervary already spent last season in Hershey after the addition of the 44-year-old Zdeno Chara.Baltimore Ravens for NHL Face Masks

In return the Blackhawks will reportedly receive defenseman Caleb Jones and a conditional 2022 third-round draft pick. That draft pick will become a second-round pick if the Oilers win three playoff series and Keith is one of the Oilers’ top-four defensemen in terms of ice time during those rounds.

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The Blackhawks didn't solely trade for Caleb just to strengthen their potential pitch for Seth. It certainly helps, but the organization feels the 24-year-old defenseman can be a nice depth piece moving forward.Anaheim Ducks for NHL Face Masks

For the Oilers to have acquired a player at this age, with this decline, without any semblance of cap relief from a team with limited options to remove that contract from their own cap, is frankly negligent.New York Jets for NHL Face Masks

"In moving Nolan, I know everybody will interpret it the way they want to interpret it, but for us, we moved two good young players today — that was the price to doing business to acquire a quality two-way defenseman that we feel we really needed to take a step forward as an organization. And frankly, we feel a guy like Ryan will also aid in the development of some of our young players that we have here, too. We want to win more games and we want our young players to be put in the best position to succeed."