Kyle Davidson, the GM of the Chicago Blackhawks, addressed the mysterious absence of Corey Perry in a media availability on Saturday. Perry’s status remains a hot topic, but Davidson provided little details about it.
He mentioned that there’s no new information about Perry, who has been away from the team for some time. Davidson emphasized that it’s a team decision to keep Perry out of the lineup, without delving into further specifics. However, he hinted at the possibility of a trade or other reasons for Perry’s absence.
Perry, known for his contributions to the team, was surprisingly not included in the game against Columbus and was later sidelined for multiple games. Davidson acknowledged the challenges of finding a replacement for Perry and noted the difficulty of adding new talent at this point in the season.
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