Blackhawks And Penguins Complete Trade

The Blackhawks have acquired Liam Gorman's rights from the Penguins in exchange for the 167th overall pick of this year's draft. Pittsburgh ended up selecting Nolan Collins following the move.

Gorman is currently playing hockey at Princeton. A forward, he just completed his second season with the school, where he had three goals and three assists in 28 contests. The Massachusetts native may not be dominating the collegiate world, but something about him has still grabbed the rebuilding Blackhawks' attention.

Collins, on the other hand, is a 6-foot-3 defenseman who just played his first OHL season with the Sudbury Wolves. In 65 games, he scored four goals and had 18 points. 

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