NHL trades: Max Pacioretty traded to Hurricanes

The Vegas Golden Knights traded forward Max Pacioretty and defenseman Dylan Coghlan to the Carolina Hurricanes on Wednesday, Sportsnet.

NHL trades: Max Pacioretty traded to Hurricanes

The Vegas Golden Knights traded forward Max Pacioretty and defenseman Dylan Coghlan to the Carolina Hurricanes on Wednesday, Sportsnet.ca reported.

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More details to come.

The Carolina Hurricanes acquired defenseman Brent Burns and forward Lane Pederson from the San Jose Sharks on Wednesday in return for center Steven Lorentz, goaltender Eetu Makiniemi and a conditional third-round pick in the upcoming repechage.

According to various sources, the California organization will also pay one-third of Burns' salary, which will receive $8 million in each of the next three seasons.

The 37-year-old veteran had 10 goals and 44 assists for 54 points in 82 games with the Sharks in 2021-22, which missed the playoffs the most recent three seasons. Having landed in San Jose from the Minnesota Wild in the summer of 2011, he has totaled 777 points in 1,251 games since the start of his career and won the James Norris Trophy, awarded to the back of the league. national, in 2016-2017.

Defenseman Patrik Nemeth will continue his professional career with the Arizona Coyotes, as they acquired him from the New York Rangers via trade on Wednesday.

A second-round pick in the 2025 draft and an optional selection in 2024 or 2026 were also sent to the "Yotes", while fullback Ty Emberson went to the Big Apple.

Nemeth had two goals and five assists in 63 games with the Blueshirts last season and was shut out in his five playoff games. Since the start of his career, the former Dallas Stars, Colorado Avalanche and Detroit Red Wings totaled 65 points in 429 games. He still has two years left on his contract and will receive $2.5 million annually.

The Boston Bruins have reportedly acquired New Jersey Devils forward Pavel Zacha.

This is what the TSN network said on Wednesday.

For the moment, the compensation offered by the Massachusetts team to get their hands on the 25-year-old skater is not known.

Selected with the sixth overall pick in the 2015 draft, Zacha is coming off his most productive season offensively since playing in the National League. He hit the target 15 times and provided 21 assists for 35 points in 70 games in 2021-22.

Zacha is currently a restricted free agent, having just completed a three-year pact worth $2.25 million annually.

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