Ilya Mikheyev Posted December 13, 2015 Share Posted December 13, 2015 Garrioch: Quote There is interest in Chicago D Trevor Daley, who has a cap hit of $3.3 million through next season. Yes, he went into the weekend with no goals in 26 games but a few teams believe that Daley, 32, might thrive if he is given a change of scenery. He was an important player on Dallas under coach Lindy Ruff but that has changed under Chicago’s Joel Quenneville. It can be tough to change Quenneville’s mind if you don’t make a good first impression and Daley has struggled with the Hawks. He’s is being used in a third-pairing role and if moved could get the chance to play a top four role. That may be why Chicago GM Stan Bowman has set the asking price high by seeking a second-round pick and a prospect. The Hockey News: Quote Since joining the Blackhawks last summer in a trade from the Dallas Stars, the 32-year-old Daley struggled to adjust to his new club. With the Blackhawks reportedly seeking a top-four defenseman since mid-November, it’s believed they’d like to ship out Daley. Friedman: Quote Chicago’s Trevor Daley could be had, but teams are careful about anyone with term. Daley’s got one more season at $3.3 million. Thought he’d score there, but it hasn’t worked so far. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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