Defenceman Cody Ceci, who has been rumoured to be on the move as well before Monday's trade deadline, agrees.
This trade assumes a different kind of risk from the Duchene one, as the Blue Jackets - whose 2019 second-round pick was already traded to the Golden Knights (who then traded it to the Canadiens for Max Pacioretty) - are giving up second-rounders for three straight years.
The conditional pick in Monday's trade would see Winnipeg's fourth-round selection in 2022 go to NY if the Jets with the Stanley Cup this spring.
With the National Hockey League trade deadline set for Monday at 3 p.m. EST, Ottawa Senators general manager Pierre Dorion got another move off his plate by sending the speedy winger to the Columbus Blue Jackets.
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"I think Jarmo - and that's what I love about him - I think he's got some jam". Panarin and Bobrovsky are extremely likely to walk after this season, with Panarin having halted extension negotiations for the season and Bobrovsky reportedly having issues with coach John Tortorella. "He's letting the team know, and the team has heard it loud and clear, that he's worked hard to upgrade our roster".
Duchene was held pointless in his Blue Jackets debut, but found it fitting to be playing his first game with his new club at Ottawa's Canadian Tire Centre.
Columbus now sits third in a clogged Metropolitan Division, which features five teams within six standings points of each other. There have been reports that they have been contacted about newly acquired Brandon Lemieux and one report was that they were contacted by one team about Henrik Lundqvist. "I've been fortunate to be on a lot of good global teams and win some big tournaments, but I've never had a chance to play in the playoffs consistently", said Duchene. "I've been fortunate to be on a lot of good worldwide teams and win some big tournaments, but I've never had a chance to play in the playoffs consistently".
The Avalanche acquired Brassard in a bid to keep pace in a tightly packed group of teams competing for the West's two wild-card spots.
Brassard is a 12-year-veteran who is switching teams for the second time in three weeks after being dealt to Florida by Pittsburgh.
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