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Bob Murray swings another trade deadline deal.
You get a trade! You get a trade! EVERYONE GETS A TRADE!!!
With February 29 fast approaching and Anaheim on a roll, does the team need to be a big time buyer? Examining how David Perron's acquisition has impacted the team, the potential costs, and what the past could tell us what to expect.
The Anaheim Ducks dispatched the Central Division leading Dallas Stars with another impressive effort isn't the only news story to come late out of Orange County. A shrewd, late night move by general manager Bob Murray opens up future cap space.
In his two full seasons in the NHL, Frederik Andersen has backstopped the Anaheim Ducks to a second round, and Western Conference Final playoff exit. With his impending restricted free agent status, Anaheim has been unwilling to re-up the lanky Dane.
Following last night's 4-0 loss to Toronto, the Anaheim Ducks made a minor move in sending San Diego Gull Max Friberg to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for goalie Dustin Tokarski.
The Ducks went out and got themselves some defensemen, so Eric and Kyle have a lot of thoughts about the acquisitions, as well as the trio of games in the past week.
Highly touted as an undrafted free agent signing last summer, Jiri Sekac comes to the Ducks with multiple years of European pro experience, speed to burn and plenty of skill in exchange for the size and physicality of Devante Smith-Pelly.
While Anaheim fans hoped for the likes of Kesler and Vanek, history tells that the need-filling trade acquisition of Stephane Robidas is exactly the kind of deal that teams who ultimately win the Stanley Cup make at the deadline.