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Jimmy Greenfield: Blackhawks' trade for defensemen Olli Maatta won't be their last … and they know it

If Olli Maatta ends up being anything resembling the centerpiece of the Blackhawks' offseason moves, then pack up your fandom for a season and head out of town.

Might I suggest St. Louis?

OK, that's blasphemy, but not to worry because it shouldn't come to that. Hawks general manager Stan Bowman has made it clear that acquiring Maatta, a 24-year-old defenseman, from the Penguins for Dominik Kahun and a 2019 fifth-round pick is only the

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