The Anaheim Ducks traded Logan MacMillan, their first round pick in 2007, to the Calgary Flames in exchange for left wing Jason Jaffray. Both clubs' seventh round picks in 2013 are reportedly involved in the deal, though the specific conditions were not disclosed.
MacMillan played most of the season in Anaheim's ECHL affiliate in Bakersfield before he was arrested for driving under the influence. He later returned to play a short stint with the Abbotsford Heat, Calgary's AHL affiliate. Jaffray has had a long and successful career in the minors after leaving the WHL in 2002. To date, he has played 36 games in the NHL (33 over two seasons with the Canucks and 3 with the Flames last year), and in that time, he's posted four goals and six assists.
The Ducks also signed goaltender Jean-Philippe Levasseur, a seventh round pick in 2005, to a one-year extension, which Capgeek.com reports as 500K NHL and 60K AHL salary.