If they don't stand pat, I'll be surprised. And I would be fine with them doing so; I'd rather that than losing picks/prospects. I think the org was planning on this being a throwaway year, even before the Toews/Seabs/Dach/Shaw absences. The only thing that would make sense at the deadline for the Hawks would be moving a guy like Strome to a contender for a high pick/prospect (assuming teams would be interested in him). Janmark and Soderberg also have expiring contracts and may be on the table, but Strome in particular is an interesting case because he was barely signed last off-season and only signed after Toews announced he would be indefinitely, if I recall right. In other words, Bowman doesn't seem too high on him.What do you think they do?