Jackets Acquire Duchene For Prospects

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The road to rebuilding kept marching forward, as the Rangers dealt defenseman Adam McQuaid to the Blue Jackets just about one hour before Monday's 3 p.m. deadline, getting fourth- and seventh-round picks in return. "But I think we have to be focused on ourselves".

Kinkaid, 29, had spent his entire six-year career with the Devils, playing in 151 games (132 starts) while allowing 3.36 goals per game and recording a.906 save percentage.

Matt Duchene was appreciative of how short the walk was to join his new team Friday afternoon.

Defenceman Cody Ceci, who has been rumoured to be on the move as well before Monday's trade deadline, agrees.

Kinkaid has played his entire career with the Devils, making his debut in the 2012-13 season.

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.

Regardless of what happens, the Blue Jackets have filled a big hole in their roster and can make some serious noise to close out the season as Columbus searches for its first playoff series win. "It was kind of a good way to end my time as a Sen, and I probably felt more comfortable because I was in this building (rather) than had we gone somewhere else".

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Washington Capitals GM Brian MacLellan was intrigued by Kekalainen's approach. They all love to play and get back and play.

Kekalainen added: "I'm not going to get into any specifics or details, but it's not accurate that we haven't had an offer".

The Penguins made two moves in shoring up an injury-depleted defence. They acquired Chris Wideman from Florida, and Erik Gudbranson in a deal that sent Tanner Pearson to Vancouver.

Jarmo Kekalainen woke up on the morning of the National Hockey League trade deadline with the Islanders sitting atop the Metro Division and the Penguins outside of a playoff spot. Carolina holds the conference's second and final wild-card berth.

The Senators are in full rebuild mode after trading defenseman Erik Karlsson and forward Mike Hoffman last offseason and could have up to 16 top-three-round picks over the next three drafts.

The 19-year-old Brannstrom was the key to the deal. "He was undoubtedly the best prospect available at the trade deadline and in addition to his talent, he is a natural born leader".

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