Blackhawks place 3 players on the trade block

According to Chicago Blackhawks insider Scott Powers, the Chicago Blackhawks have placed at least three players on the trade block.

The three players aren't exactly game-changing players, but Chicago GM Stan Bowman believes he can still acquire a significant return for them.
As for current players, according to a league source, Marcus Kruger, Chris Kunitz and Andreas Martinsen have been mentioned to be available for trade by the Blackhawks, Powers wrote on a segment in The Athletic.
Powers believes that Krueger will draw the most interest from teams around the NHL. The 28-year old centreman has filled a role that was greatly needed by the Blackhawks and is viewed as a valuable playoff veteran for teams looking for that sort of player.  Powers also stated that Kunitz just wasn't the right fit for the organization, but he is protected by full no-movement clause, the sort that can make him block any trade to any team he doesn't wish to be traded to. Martinsen was recently waived and sent down, which most likely means there is little-to-no interest in him from teams.

Which of these players do you think your team could need?