Blackhawks reportedly trade Robin Lehner to Golden Knights, Erik Gustafsson to Flames

CALGARY, AB - DECEMBER 31: Mikael Backlund #11 of the Calgary Flames and Erik Gustafsson #56 of the Chicago Blackhawks compete for position in front of Robin Lehner #40 of the Chicago Blackhawks during an NHL game on December 31, 2019 at the Scotiaba

The Chicago Blackhawks reportedly made a pair of significant trades on Monday as the NHL overall saw a flurry of moves ahead of the trade deadline.

The Blackhawks traded goalie Robin Lehner to the Las Vegas Golden Knights and defensemen Erik Gustafsson to the Calgary Flames, according to reports.  

For the free-agent-to-be Lehner, Chicago reportedly received a 2nd-round pick, Malcolm Subban and prospect Slava Demin. 

In return for Gustafsson, the Blackhawks obtained a third-round pick in the 2020 NHL Draft.

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