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An old first round pick is heading to Dallas

june 25, 2019
Chicago Blackhawks 2013th first round pick Ryan Hartman is heading to Dallas in a trade with forward Tyler Pitlick, as Tweeted by the Philadelphia Flyers on Monday night.



Considered as a bust, Hartman will play for a fourth team in less than two years. After he made the trip back and forth between AHL and NHL from 2013 through 2016, he finally got a permanent spot with the Blackhawks.

In 2017-2018, he played 57 games under Joel Quenneville, and was traded to Nashville at the trade deadline.

Last year, Hartman scored 10 goals and made 20 points in 64 games. Once again he got traded at the deadline for forward Wayne Simmonds. The 24 years old was then a new Philadelphia Flyers, where he got two goals and four assists in 19 games.

He'll play for a fourth team in 18 months. His best NHL season so far was in 2016-17 with Chicago, where he scored 19 goals and got 31 points in 76 games.

Philadelphia acquire Edmonton's 2010th second round pick Tyler Pitlick in the trade. The 27 years old forward has never been able to be a consistent top 6 forward as he was projected before his draft year.

After three seasons played with Oklahoma City Barons and the Oilers, Pitlick tested the free agency market and was signed by the Dallas Stars, where he got his very first chance to become an NHLer. His best season was in 2017-18 with 27 points in 80 games.

Going the same way in 2018-19, Pitlick got injured for 35 games. He scored eight goals en route for a 12 points season in only 47 games played.

Do you think that new beginnings will be valuable for the two players?
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