Chicago Blackhawks trade center Ryan Hartman to Florida Panthers

  • August 23, 2021

Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Ryan Hartmann has agreed to terms with the Florida Panthers on a three-year, $10.25 million contract, the club announced.

Hartman, 29, is entering the final season of a four-year contract with the Blackhawks that was reportedly worth $6.75 million.

The 5-foot-11, 195-pound forward will join a Panthers lineup that features center David Backes, winger Nick Bonino and left wing Ryan Garbutt.

Hartman will join forward Ryan Kesler, center Brad Marchand, left wing Justin Faulk and defenseman Kevin Connauton on the Panthers roster.

Hartmann, who won the Art Ross Trophy as NHL MVP in 2012-13, played in 63 games for the Blackhawks last season and scored seven goals with 10 assists.

He ranked second on the team in points with 33 goals and 41 assists.

The Blackhawks have a $4.25-million cap hit and will have to clear $4 million in dead money with Hartman on the books, though that figure will increase in the final two years of the deal.

Hartmen is expected to report to Carolina on July 1, but it’s unclear whether he’ll be ready to go before then.

Hartmans play was a major factor in the Blackhawks recent Stanley Cup run, when the team was swept by the Boston Bruins in six games.

The Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup that season, and Hartman was named captain.

What’s a ‘Lowes’ Chicken Wire? – Fox News

  • July 29, 2021

A new high-end chain is selling chicken wire that is high-tech and high-priced.

The brand, Lowes, is using a process called china-washing to create the low-end wire and its premium-priced products, which have become increasingly popular with women.

“It’s an incredible technology,” Lowes CEO Eric Dolan told Fox News.

“We can do anything we want to do with it, it’s not going to cost us a penny.”

Lowes’ technology can be used to create high-quality wire for almost any purpose, including clothing, furniture, kitchenware, home d├ęcor and even high-performance sports gear.

“They’re really versatile,” Dolan said of the wire.

“You can make any kind of wire you want.

We can use it for a kitchen sink.”

The company has sold over 3 million wire, including decorative kitchen utensils and other high-grade products.

Lowes has been selling wire for the past 15 years, but Dolan is now expanding the range to include the popular low-cost chicken wire.

The company also is expanding its reach into the clothing industry, with products like the Lowes Gator Wire and Lowes Spaghetti Wire.

“I’m trying to push our brand to the next level,” Dola said.

“That’s our goal.”

The new Lowes products include a high-level product called the Lowe’s Wire.

It’s made with the company’s patented low-friction, durable, water-resistant stainless steel wire, which is used for all kinds of high-efficiency products.

“This is a very new and very innovative product, but it has really been embraced by consumers,” Dora said.

Lowe Wire was the second highest-selling wire in the United States in 2015.

Dolan called it “one of the most valuable and popular products we’ve ever made.”

The brand is already seeing a surge in sales, with sales doubling in the past year.

The new products, and the high-speed technology that Lowes is using to make them, is expected to be available later this year, according to Dolan.

The chain also announced a partnership with Fox Sports to help with its coverage.

Fox Sports is a leading sports network that reaches more than 1 billion people worldwide and is the number one sports network on television.

The network recently announced a deal to build an all-sports home-and-away package for Fox Sports in 2019.

Lowels products are currently available at retailers, but the company also has a wide range of high quality products available online, Dolan added.

“If you want to find that special item you need for your home, you can find it here,” Dolasaid.