Chicago Blackhawks fans may still be thinking about the floater that Alec Martinez directed at Corey Crawford's net on June 1 that somehow ended the Western Conference Final, but general manager Stan Bowman and head coach Joel Quenneville are past it.
Instead, they are already working toward the 2014-15 season, and one of the first moves came when they let 37-year-old veteran Michal Handzus know that he would not be back with them next year.
The Chicago Sun-Times' Mark Lazerus reported on Monday that the team is moving on without the determined but slow-footed center in the future.
Despite the high level of talent on the roster, the Blackhawks are not about to stand pat. They will make moves to improve their depth. If they can find a solid No. 2 center who can play behind Jonathan Toews, they will. They will address other positions as well.
They can improve their team by looking to add some of this summer's available depth players.