The Vegas Golden Knights traded striker Max Pasurietti to the Carolina Hurricanes on Wednesday.
The two teams involved have confirmed that defender Dylan Coughlan is escorting the former Montreal Canadiens captain to Rallye.
It’s basically a deal that allows the “Golden Knights” to free up space on the payroll, where they get future considerations in return from the skaters.
Pacioretty has been a member of The Vegas Club since September 2018, when CH replaced him for Nick Suzuki, Tomas Tatar and the 2019 selection for the second round.
In four campaigns with the Musketeers, the 33-year-old American scored 97 goals and provided many assists for 194 points in 224 matches. After being bullied by injuries last year, Passuretti was able to collect 37 points in 39 matches. He also has 642 points in 850 matches.
Pacioretty will sign a four-year contract worth $7 million annually next season. For his part, Coghlan played 59 games last year. He scored three goals and made 10 assists for 13 points.
Hurricanes also announced that they have signed Ondrej Kase for one year and $1.5 million.
Conor Brown also changed his address
Minutes after the Passioretti deal, news broke that Ottawa senators were sending forward Conor Brown to the Washington Capitals in the 2024 second round.
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