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Blackhawks 2020-21 Player Grades: Dylan Strome

As we carry on with the offseason, Chicago Blackhawks fans find themselves with some extra time on their hands. Of course there are the NHL playoffs to watch, which have been highly entertaining for sure. But we won’t get to see the Blackhawks suit up again until the start of preseason in September, and the regular season in October. This gives us time to reflect on the 2020-21 campaign and the strides the Blackhawks took individually and as a team.
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Chicago Blackhawks: Three Reasons to Keep Dylan Strome

Dylan Strome is a player that divides this fanbase like no other. His talent and offensive ability is undeniable, but his defensive miscues maddens fans to no end. You recently heard a few reasons to trade him, here, however, are three reasons why the Chicago Blackhawks should keep Strome around.
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Three Reasons The Blackhawks Should Trade Dylan Strome

Does Dylan Strome fit into the Chicago Blackhawks lineup? Personally, I do not think so. Dylan Strome might be one of the most tradeable pieces on this roster. While he did not have a great season, there is definitely an upside to his game. Jeremy Colliton just has not been able to pull it out of him with the Chicago Blackhawks.
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Seems like the Blackhawks have already moved on from Dylan Strome

Dylan Strome #17, Chicago Blackhawks (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) While I believe the Chicago Blackhawks need Dylan Strome now more than ever, it seems as though the team has already moved on from the talented forward. Strome was a healthy scratch last night, and that was not the first time he has sat out.
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Blackhawks' Dylan Strome: Finishes year on high note

Strome collected a goal and an assist with two shots in a 5-4 overtime loss to the Stars. Strome came into the night without a goal in his previous nine contests, but he put an end to that late in the second period, finishing off a perfectly executed 2-on-0 rush with Vinnie Hinostroza. He also drew an assist on Pius Suter's first-period tally. Strome broke out with 51 points in 58 games after being acquired by Chicago in 2018-19, but he produced just 38 points in the same number of games last season before dipping to 17 in 40 contests in 2020-21.
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The Blackhawks Need Dylan Strome On Their Team

As the season comes to a close, I think it is important to remember just how important Dylan Strome should be to the future of the Chicago Blackhawks. Dylan Strome played a little over 14 minutes last night. He registered an assist and had one shot on goal, but he was a 38.5% in the faceoff dot. The ‘Hawks got a really good center when they traded for Strome a few years ago, but now he seems to have fallen out of favor with the team.
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Blackhawks' Dylan Strome: Pockets helper Thursday

Strome notched an assist in Thursday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Panthers. Strome set up an Adam Gaudette goal in the first period. The 24-year-old Strome recently spent two games as a healthy scratch. He's had a disappointing season with just 14 points, 63 shots on goal and a minus-12 rating in 36 contests.
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Blackhawks' Dylan Strome: Back at it

Strome will return to the lineup for Tuesday's game versus Tampa Bay, Scott Powers of The Athletic reports. Strome sat as a healthy scratch for Chicago's last two games, but he's expected to return to a significant role Tuesday, skating on the Blackhawks' third line and second power-play unit against the Lightning. He's picked up 13 points through 34 games this season.
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Blackhawks' Dylan Strome: Finds helper in loss

Strome notched an assist in Thursday's 4-1 loss to the Red Wings. Strome earned the secondary helper on Duncan Keith's first-period tally. The 24-year-old Strome has two goals and an assist through seven games in April. He's produced just 13 points in 32 outings overall despite seeing top-six minutes regularly.
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Blackhawks' Dylan Strome: Goals in consecutive games

Strome scored a goal on two shots and went plus-2 in Thursday's 4-3 loss to the Hurricanes. Strome tied the game at 3-3 in the third period by deflecting a Connor Murphy shot past Hurricanes goalie James Reimer. The 24-year-old Strome has scored in consecutive games, giving him seven goals and 11 points in 26 contests overall. The forward has been reduced to third-line duties lately after beginning the season in the top six, in part due to his lack of consistency on offense.
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Blackhawks' Dylan Strome: Back at it

Strome (personal) is on the ice for morning skate ahead of Tuesday's clash with Carolina, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Strome missed Sunday's loss to the Predators to be present for the birth of his first child, but he'll return to action against the Hurricanes. The 24-year-old forward has picked up nine points while posting a minus-9 rating in 24 games this campaign.
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Blackhawks' Dylan Strome: Tallies in win

Strome scored a goal on two shots in Tuesday's 2-1 win over the Hurricanes. The new father missed Sunday's game to attend the birth of his first child. Strome's goal was his sixth of the season, and he's added four assists in 25 contests. The 24-year-old hasn't been able to replicate last year's scoring pace, which has led to him taking a smaller role in the middle six. With little physicality in his game, Strome doesn't have much appeal in fantasy this year.
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Blackhawks' Dylan Strome: Won't play Sunday

Strome (personal) will not be available for Sunday's game against the Predators, Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago reports. Strome won't dress Sunday due to the birth of his child. The 24-year-old forward should be back for Wednesday's game against Carolina. He's tallied five goals and nine points this season.
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What Should the Chicago Blackhawks Do with Dylan Strome?

Dylan Strome won’t be a center for the Blackhawks with Jonathan Toews and Kirby Dach coming back by next season. Dylan Strome has incredible offensive potential for the Chicago Blackhawks and earned a 57.1% face-off percentage vs Tampa Bay. He can create for himself and his linemates when given the...
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Dylan Strome impressed Troy Murray in his return to the lineup

Blackhawks Radio color analyst Troy Murray joins Steve Bertrand and Kevin Powell on Chicago’s Afternoon News for a discussion the team hitting the hardest part of their schedule and how the re-turn of Dylan Strome from concussion protocol. Troy appears on Chicago’s Afternoon News on alternate weeks throughout the season, sponsored by your Local Chevy Dealers at ChevyDrivesChicago.com.