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The Minnesota Wild had to part with one of its goaltending prospects to acquire veteran NHL forward Jason Pominville on Wednesday, so they added goaltending depth in the organization with another trade.
The Anaheim Ducks announced on their website that Minnesota acquired goaltender Jeff Deslauriers Wednesday in exchange for future considerations.
Earlier, the Wild traded Matt Hackett, 23, along with rookie forward Johan Larsson, a 2013 first-round draft pick, a 2014 second-rounder to Buffalo for Pominville and a 2014 fourth-round pick.
Deslauriers, 28, has played in 62 career NHL games with Anaheim and the Edmonton Oilers with a 23-32-4 record, 3.24 goals-against average and .901 save percentage. Deslauriers signed as a free agent with the Ducks on July 12, 2011, and made four appearances in the NHL last season, going 3-1-0 with a 2.74 goals-against average and .903 save percentage. But he was stuck behind veteran Jonas Hiller and rookie Victor Fasth with the Ducks this season.
Deslauriers has played eight games for the Fort Wayne Komets of the East Coast Hockey League with a 6-8-0-1 record, 32.5 goals-against average and .902 save percentage. He played two games with Anaheim's team in the American Hockey League, Norfolk, with a 1-1-0 record, 3.51 goals-against average and .889 save percentage.
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During the waning hours (and minutes) of the NHL trade deadline, the Buffalo Sabres struck a deal to trade their captain and right winger Jason Pominville to the Minnesota Wild. In return, Buffalo receives goaltender Matt Hackett and left winger Johan Larsson. This deal is under the condition that the players pass physical examinations by the respective teams.
Sabres trade captain Jason Pominville to Wild, will receive rookie forward Johan Larsson and rookie goalie Matt Hackett in return.Pominville, is a member of my fantasy hockey team. I expect the eight-year NHL veteran, and six-time 20-goal scorer to be a great fit in Minnesota.
I must admit I thought the Wild would be quiet during the trade deadline and as the hours ticked by with little to know activity it appeared as though my expectations would be fulfilled. Then late in the afternoon, the rumors began flying the Wild were pushing hard for Buffalo Sabres right winger Jason Pominville and lo and behold they came true. However the move did not come...
from Bucky Gleason of the Buffalo News,
Darcy Regier didn’t want to use the R-word while announcing that Jason Pominville had been traded to Minnesota for two prospects and two draft picks Wednesday. The coy general manager didn’t need to get specific. Anyone listening understood he was talking about some derivative of rebuilding.
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Jason Pominville made his Wild debut on Thursday night in LA. He was -1.
Tonight, the focus shifts to the kids that Buffalo traded their captain for.
Johann Larsson will make his debut in Rochester. He will center for Zemgus Girgensons and Jacob Lagace for the Amerks. Matt Hackett will back-up David Leggio.
The Sabres also received a first rounder and a second rounder...
There are reports saying that Pominville has been traded to Minnesota for left winger Johan Larsson, goaltender Matt Hackett and a 2nd round pick.
#mnwild has acquired Jason Pominville. Larsson and Hackett going the other way. Hear this trade could include high draft picks, tooâ Michael Russo (@Russostrib) April 3, 2013
The Sabres originally acquired Pominville with...
Sabres GM Darcy Regier refused to use the "R-word" in his post-trade presser, however, he made made the Jason Pominville deal in order to acquire the currency that the NHL hockey business is predicated on: prospects and draft choices.
Regier was able to exchange one of his veteran, home-grown equity pieces for four valuable pieces of currency that will allow the Sabres...
The red-hot Minnesota Wild have added an extra push as the team looks to capture the Northwest Division, while the struggling Buffalo Sabres are loading up for the Future. The Wild announced the team has acquired Sabres captain Jason Pominville in exchange for Matt Hackett and Johan Larsson. Something Minnesota could use is more offense, [...]
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