Chicago Blackhawks: Phillipe Paradis

Hawks trade Paradis for Lightning prospect

April, 2, 2013
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The Chicago Blackhawks acquired the rights to defenseman Kirill Gotovets, a Cornell University junior, from the Tampa Bay Lightning for forward Philippe Paradis.

The 21-year-old Gotovets, who is 5-foot-11 and 194 pounds, had zero points and a plus-1 rating in 22 games this past season for Cornell. He has 15 points, including two goals and 13 assists, and a plus-22 rating in 80 career college games. He was drafted in the seventh round by the Lightning in 2009.

The 22-year-old Paradis has one goal and seven assists in 36 games with the Rockford IceHogs of the AHL this season. He was acquired in a five-player trade with the Toronto Maple Leafs in 2010. He has never played with the Blackhawks.

Hawks to play in Toronto rookie tourney

July, 26, 2010

The future of the Chicago Blackhawks will be on display this coming September when several of the team's top prospects compete in the Toronto Maple Leafs Rookie Tournament.

The Blackhawks roster will include 2008 first-round selection Kyle Beach, defenseman Shawn Lalonde, who notched a career-high 56 points with the Bellevill Bulls of the OHL this past season, and Jeremy Morin, who scored 47 goals for the OHL’s Kitchener Rangers. The team also will include Chris DiDomenico and Phillipe Paradis, both of whom were acquired through a trade with Toronto this summer.

The Hawks will compete against squads of prospects from the Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators and Pittsburgh Penguins. The event is begins on Saturday, Sept. 11, at John Labatt Centre in London, Ontario.