A few well known veteran names and a couple of former Oil Kings among the players who moved today as the NHL trade deadline passed on Wednesday afternoon.
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The best known name is Jerome Iginla. The Edmonton born 21 year veteran who will turn 40 on July 1st is now a member of the LA Kings. Iginla has 8 goals and 18 points in 61 games with Colorado this year and will join his fifth NHL team.
One of the final trades that took place involved former Oil Kings captain Curtis Lazar who goes from the Ottawa Senators to the Calgary Flames. Lazar who has 36 NHL points in 176 games has just 1 assist in 31 games this year was looking for a fresh start.
Defenceman Cody Corbett, a teammate of Lazar’s with the Oil Kings has been dealt by the Avalanche to the Washington Capitals system.
NHL trades today:
Chicago – Kenton Helgesen, 2019 Seventh-round pick Anaheim -Sam Carrick, Spencer Abbott
Florida – Reece Scarlett New Jersey – Shane Harper
Columbus – Lauri Korpikoski Dallas – Dillon Heatherington
Boston – Drew Stafford Winnipeg – 2018 4th-Round Pick
Pittsburgh – Mark Streit – Tampa Bay – 2018 4th-Round Pick
Toronto – Eric Fehr, Steve Oleksy, 4th-Round Pick Pittsburgh – Frank Corrado
Calgary – Curtis Lazar, Mike Kostka Ottawa – Jyrki Jokipakka, 2nd-Round Pick
Nashville – P.A. Parenteau New Jersey – 6th-Round Pick
Tampa Bay – Mark Streit Philadelphia – Valleri Filppula, 2017 4th-Round Pick, 2017 Conditional 7th-Round Pick
Montreal – Andreas Martinsen Colorado – Sven Andrighetto
Edmonton – Justin Fontaine New York Rangers – Taylor Beck
Columbus – Kyle Quincey New Jersey Dalton Prout
Tampa Bay – Mike McKenna Florida – Adam Wilcox
LA Jarome Iginla – Colorado 2018 Conditional 4th-Round Pick
Montreal – Dwight King LA – 2018 Conditional 4th round pick
Florida – Thomas Vanek Detroit – Dylan McIlrath, 2017 conditional 3rd round pick
Colorado – Joe Cannata Washington -Cody Corbett
Colorado – Brendan Ranford Arizona – Joe Whitney
San Jose – Jannik Hansen Vancouver – Nikolay Goldobin, 2017 Conditional 4th round
Montreal – Steve Ott Detroit 2018 – 6th round