Brent Seabrook

#7 D / Chicago Blackhawks / EXP: 16YRS Height: 6-3 Weight: 220 lb Age: 36 College: None

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    Lightning's Brent Seabrook: Contract acquired by Lightning

    Brent Seabrook (back) was traded from the Blackhawks to the Tampa Bay Lightning in exchange for Tyler Johnson and a 2023 second-round pick Tuesday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.Seabrook announced the end of his playing career in March, but he has not officially retired on account of the business side of the NHL. As such, the Lightning will place the defenseman on long-term injured reserve to free some additional cap space during the 2021-22 campaign.

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    Blackhawks' Brent Seabrook: Announces retirement

    Brent Seabrook (back) announced Friday he's no longer able to play due to injury and was subsequently placed on long-term injured reserve.The three-time Stanley Cup champion's last few seasons in the league were marred by injuries, but Seabrook's 15-year career resume is unquestionably impressive. He'll hang up his skates for good having racked up 103 goals and 361 assists while posting a plus-111 rating in 1,114 NHL appearances. Seabrook will be placed on long-term injured reserve for the final four years of his eight-year, $55 million contract.

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    Blackhawks' Brent Seabrook: Return not imminent

    Chicago Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman suggested Sunday that Brent Seabrook (back) remains far away from returning to game action, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. "We're very concerned for him," Bowman said of Seabrook. "He's been a warrior for us. Think of his time in Chicago -- he never really missed any games. But now we're realizing he was playing through a lot of pain those years, and it's caught up to him."Seabrook hasn't suited up in an NHL game since November 2019. He required three surgeries last winter to address hip and shoulder concerns, and after appearing to have returned to full health by July, Seabrook tweaked his back shortly before training camp and has remained in recovery mode ever since. Though head coach Jeremy Colliton said in late January that Seabrook has been able to resume skating on his own, the 35-year-old doesn't sound like he's particularly close to participating in full practice sessions. Consider him out indefinitely until he increases his activity.

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    Blackhawks' Brent Seabrook: Resumes skating

    According to coach Jeremy Colliton, Brent Seabrook (back) has been skating on his own, but there's still no timetable for his return, Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago reports.Seabrook has yet to play this season due to a back injury, and at this point it looks like he may end up spending most, if not all, of the campaign on injured reserve. The 35-year-old blueliner still has three years remaining on the eight-year, $55 million contract he signed in September of 2015.

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    Blackhawks' Brent Seabrook: Injury clarified

    Per Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times, Brent Seabrook is dealing with a back injury and has no timetable for a return.Seabrook has yet to take the ice since training camp opened. To compound the back injury, the 35-year-old is coming off double-hip and shoulder surgeries, which could further hamper his effectiveness on the ice. Expect the team to update his status as needed, but In the meantime, look for Ian Mitchell to enter the lineup in a third-pairing role.

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    Blackhawks' Brent Seabrook: Still not skating

    According to general manager Stan Bowman, Brent Seabrook (undisclosed) still isn't skating, but the team is hoping he'll be back on the ice in "the near future," Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago reports.Seabrook has missed the entirety of training camp with an undisclosed issue, and it appears as though he's on track to, at a minimum, miss the first few games of the regular season as well. The 35-year-old vet is coming off double-hip and shoulder surgeries, so it wouldn't be surprising to see him serve as a rotational, bottom-four option in 2020-21 in an attempt to keep him healthy.

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    Blackhawks' Brent Seabrook: Unable to practice Monday

    Brent Seabrook was deemed unfit to participate in Monday's practice.The Chicago Blackhawks opened training camp Monday, but Seabrook won't be on the ice for an undisclosed reason. Seabrook is coming off of the worst statistical season of his career, as he posted just four points over 32 games before the NHL paused last March. The Blackhawks' season opener is Jan. 13 against the Lightning.

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    Blackhawks' Brent Seabrook: Healthy for training camp

    Brent Seabrook (hip) says he's healthy and "excited for training camp," NHL.com reports.Seabrook will still need to be cleared medically but it sounds like the veteran blueliner is ready to make a comeback after a brutal year. Since last playing in December of 2019, the 35-year-old has had surgeries on his shoulder and both hips. He may not get back to eating up over 20 minutes per game, but the Chicago Blackhawks would surely welcome back Seabrook's physical play and shot-blocking abilities.

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    Blackhawks' Brent Seabrook: Won't play in postseason

    Brent Seabrook (hip) won't make the trip to Edmonton for Chicago's qualifying round series against the Oilers, Mark Lazerus of The Athletic reports.Seabrook, who underwent surgery on his shoulder in December before undergoing surgery on both of his hips earlier this year, was hoping to get up to speed during the Chicago Blackhawks' training camp, but he's evidently still not feeling comfortable enough to jump back into game action. Seabrook's injuries, particularly his shoulder, have been bothering him for years, so there's a chance with a full offseason to recover he'll return as a rejuvenated version of himself in 2020-21. Chicago will hope that's the case, as Seabrook still has four years remaining on his eight-year, $55 million contract.

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    Blackhawks' Brent Seabrook: On ice Monday

    Brent Seabrook (hip) practiced with the team as part of Monday's training camp session, Mark Lazerus of The Athletic reports.Originally expected to miss the rest of the season, the league's hiatus has afforded Seabrook the ability to get back onto the ice. The veteran defender may have lost a step and likely won't be pushing for the 40-point mark anytime soon but can still add value in DFS contests as a low-cost option.

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