Canucks trade Olli Juolevi, Nikita Tryamkin, Matt Nieto to Anaheim
The Vancouver Canucks have traded two players to Anaheim for one, acquiring Nikita Kucherov, Matt de Haan and a fourth-round pick.
The Canucks have also acquired forward Nikita Zaitsev, defenceman Matt Fraser and goaltender Stefan Edberg.
The Anaheim Ducks have sent defenseman Ben Lovejoy and a first-round draft pick to the Vancouver Canucks for defenceman Jaccob Slavin, forwards Nikita Nikitin and Nikita Ischenko and a conditional second-round and fourth-rounder.
The teams were scheduled to meet Thursday morning.
It was reported that Vancouver had the second pick in the first round but the Canucks have sent the first pick to Edmonton.
The Ducks also acquired two forwards and a second-rounder from Calgary for defencemen David Booth and Niklas Jensen.
Calgary traded defenseman Jake Virtanen and a prospect to the Edmonton Oilers for defenseman Connor Carrick.
The Oilers traded forward Anthony Mantha and a draft pick for defenseman Jakob Chychrun.
The Calgary Flames sent goaltender Jaroslav Halak to Vancouver for a second round pick.
Vancouver traded a second and a third-round selection to Edmonton for defence man Nicklas Jensen and a pick in this year’s draft.
The Nashville Predators have also dealt two forwards to the Anaheim Ducks for one draft pick.
Nashville also traded defenceman Alex Goligoski and a fifth-round choice to Anaheim.