As a sign of their throwing towels in 2020-21, the Columbus Blue Jackets sent captain Nick Foligno to the Toronto Maple Leafs, winning the first and fourth round draft picks, as well as Stephen Northen of the San Jose Sharks, Sunday.
Since the start of the 2015-16 season, he has worn the letter “C” on his jersey, and he has been in trouble this year. He scored 7 goals and 9 assists in 42 outings and scored 16 points while maintaining a -3 difference. This sluggish harvest is like a jacket, with the latter occupying the second-to-last rung in the central district with a record of 15-20-8 and 38 points.
Eligible for unrestricted free agency this summer, the former Ottawa senator was traded to Columbus on July 1, 2012 in exchange for defensive player Marc Méthot. In 950 professional matches, he scored 482 points, including 203 goals.
As far as Northen is concerned, he is a winger, and he scored 6 points in 12 games with the Sharks subsidiary this year.
The New Jersey Devil acquired defensive player Jonas Sigenthaler from the Washington Capitals on Sunday and gave up the third-round pick belonging to the Arizona Coyotes in the next draft.
The 23-year-old Siegenthaler has played 7 games for the US Capitol this season. The Swiss didn’t get points, and the difference was -3. In the previous campaign, in addition to maintaining a +11 record, he also participated in 64 games, accumulating 2 goals and 7 assists.
The former Swiss Elite League player ranked 57th in the second round of the 2015 “National Team” draft and played a total of 97 regular-season matches in the national league.