Blackhawks acquire Kimmo Timonen from Flyers for draft picks

By Jared Clinton

The Chicago Blackhawks have acquired defenseman Kimmo Timonen from the Philadelphia Flyers for a second-round pick in 2015 and a conditional fourth-round pick in 2016. Timonen, 39, hasn't played in 2014-15, but he told Philadelphia media he could have played on Saturday with the Flyers. More

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