The Florida Panthers sent defender Noah Olsen to the Vancouver Canucks in a deal that had them get their hands on promising full-back Ole Guelevi on Sunday.
Striker Juhu Lameko will accompany the former Montreal Canadiens to British Columbia.
The Canucks ended up losing patience with Juolevi, who failed to find their place despite being selected as fifth in the 2016 draft. Strikers Matthew Tkachuk and Clayton Keller as well as defenders Mikhail Sergachev and Jakob Chychrun were notably selected that year.
Jolevy, 23, scored three points in 23 games last season, his first in the National Hockey League.
Juulsen, the oldest of the two-year-old Finns, failed to impress the Panthers, who had put his name on concessions during training camp. Overly injured in recent years, he played only 48 games at Pittman Circuit, for eight points.
The Panthers got their hands on the former CH first-round pick in 2015 via concessions this past January.
Ultimately, Lammikko will try his luck with a new team after spending the past six years with the Florida organization. The right winger has 11 points in 84 games over two seasons with the Panthers. He privately spent the entire 2019-2020 campaign in Europe.
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