Blackhooks chose Kirby Dah from Western Hockey League Sakasten Blade with a total of 3 in NHL on Friday in Vancouver. The team's four biggest skaters in all three offensive categories won 41% of his figures. It was one of the main reasons why the Blades ended their playoffs after finishing the playoff with eight points (five goals, three assists) in 10 games. goals, five assists), with Canada winning gold at Glinka Cup Glacier 2018. He was also second in the 7-point team (one goal, six assists) in his international debut with Canada's World Hockey match up to 17 years. He did not compete at the World Cup under 1
In addition to firing forward, he has the potential to play in the power play of the second team. At 6 feet -4, 198 pounds, Dah can add more dimensions between forward and strong hockey IQ.
Dah's time line for NHL remains to be determined. He could have impressed Blackhawk enough to win a place on the list or use another season with the Blades.