Former Prince George Cougars star Brett Connolly is headed to another NHL team.

Two years after signing a four-year, $14-million dollar contract with the Florida Panthers, he was dealt to the Chicago Blackhawks today (Thursday).

Connolly, Riley Stillman, a 7th round draft pick this year along with restricted free agent Henrik Borgstrom are headed to the Windy City in exchange for Lucas Wallmark and Lucas Carlsson.

In 21 games, this season, the 28-year-old registered two goals, and two assists with the Panthers.

Earlier this year, caught up with Connolly on what it was like playing a season during a pandemic.

Connolly captured the Stanley Cup with the Washington Capitals in 2018.