Canadiens free up more cap space: trade Deslauriers to Ducks
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ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) The Anaheim Ducks have acquired checking-line forward Nicolas Deslauriers in a trade with the Montreal Canadiens.
Montreal got a 2020 fourth-round draft pick and freed up $950,000 under the salary cap in completing their second trade Sunday. The Canadiens earlier traded center Andrew Shaw to Chicago .
The trades freed up $4.85 million in cap space for Montreal a day before the NHL's free-agency signing period opens.
Deslauriers is a hard-hitting left wing, who combined for 12 goals and 19 points in 106 games over two seasons with Montreal. Overall, the 28-year-old has 24 goals and 49 points in 317 career games. He spent his first four NHL seasons with the Buffalo Sabres.
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Updated June 30, 2019