Saber Noise’s sister site, Da Windy City, just outlined a potential trade between the Buffalo Sabers and Chicago Blackhawks involving Patrick Kane.
Sticking to the plan and resisting to pull off a blockbuster trade for a 30-plus-year-old NHL superstar is the preferred method for Buffalo Sabers general manager Kevyn Adams. But From Windy City just outlined three potential trade scenarios regarding Kane. All three of which pertained to the Sabers.
So while a trade for Kane is not likely, it never hurts to explore the rumor and conclude how realistic each trade scenario is. So without further ado, let’s get to the three packages From Windy City proposed. Oh, and be sure to check out their take on the issue.
Scenario A: Buffalo Sabers trade Jack Quinn, plus their 2022 second and third-round picks
This scenario would probably start a Fire Adams movement in Buffalo. While it may be a good idea if the Sabers were just one puzzle piece away from winning the division, the Blackhawks have a better chance at winning the Stanley Cup next season than for this trade to occur.
And again, if it did, I doubt Adams would last much longer than the Sabers general manager. But hey, that’s what makes articles like these so much fun to write. Yeah, it’s possible. Anything in the NHL is possible. There are infinite possibilities within a single sports realm. But most will never come into fruition. This is one of those scenarios.