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Sports Lightning acquire Blake Coleman from Devils

11:31  17 february  2020
11:31  17 february  2020 Source:   prohockeyrumors.com

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TAMPA BAY - The Tampa Bay Lightning have acquired forward Blake Coleman from the New Jersey Devils in exchange for forward Nolan Foote and Vancouver's first-round pick in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft (previously acquired by Tampa Bay), vice president and general manager Julien

Blake Coleman was traded to the Tampa Bay Lightning by the New Jersey Devils for forward prospect Nolan Foote and a first-round pick in the 2020 or 2021 NHL Draft on Sunday. Coleman , a 28-year-old forward, had 31 points (21 goals, 10 assists) in 57 games for the Devils this season.

a group of baseball players that are standing in the snow: Blake Coleman has recorded 21 goals and 31 points through 57 games this season, his second 20-goal campaign in a row.© Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports Blake Coleman has recorded 21 goals and 31 points through 57 games this season, his second 20-goal campaign in a row.

Just a few hours after reports emerged that the New Jersey Devils had traded forward Blake Coleman to the Colorado Avalanche, the forward has officially been dealt -- however, not to Denver. TSN’s Darren Dreger was the first to report that Coleman has been traded to the Tampa Bay Lightning. Dreger adds that the return for New Jersey is a 2020 first-round pick and forward prospect Nolan Foote. The first-rounder will be the Vancouver Canucks’ pick acquired in the J.T. Miller trade, rather than the Bolts’ own selection.

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Blake Coleman walked into New Jersey's Prudential Center today expecting to play against the Columbus Blue Jackets. The Lightning traded for the 28 year old forward Sunday evening, sending a 2020 first-round pick acquired from Vancouver in the J.T. Miller trade at the last draft (a first-round

The New Jersey Devils and interim general manager Tom Fitzgerald got a head start on the NHL trade deadline Sunday by offloading two players for a package of Later in the day, New Jersey sent Blake Coleman to the Tampa Bay Lightning for forward prospect Nolan Foote and a 2020 first-round pick

At first glance, it is clear that the Lightning paid a hefty price in this exchange. Not only did Tampa give up a first-round pick, and the likely higher pick of the two they owned, but Foote was also their first-round selection just last year and the top forward in the pipeline. The big winger, who is the son of former NHLer Adam Foote and brother of Bolts prospect Cal Foote, already has pro size and is continually developing a next-level skill set and hockey IQ. Foote, the captain of the WHL’s Kelowna Rockets, has scored at more than a point-per-game pace this season and also added five points in seven games at the World Junior Championship. Foote looks ready to help an NHL team sooner rather than later, and the Devils will now be the club to reap that reward.

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Coleman speaks to the media following the loss to the Rangers. “We had a lot of good opportunities to score goals tonight. PREVIEW: Devils vs Lightning . New Jersey Devils .

However, the metrics of production versus pay may help to explain why Coleman commanded such a sizable cost and why he might be a crucial addition for the cap-strapped Lightning. Coleman is in the second year of a three-year, $5.4 million deal he signed with the Devils. That means he is making just $1.8 million against the cap this season and next. At that value, the 28-year-old has recorded 21 goals and 31 points through 57 games this season, his second 20-goal campaign in a row. Not only that, but Coleman is also an intelligent two-way player who brings physicality and poise with his defensive game. Coleman has been one of New Jersey’s best players this season, and his addition to a deep Lightning lineup makes for an embarrassment of riches in Tampa. After a shocking first-round sweep last season, the 2019 President’s Trophy winners are loading up in hopes of ensuring that such a collapse does not occur again.

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TVA’s Renaud Lavoie, who had reported earlier Sunday that a Coleman deal to Colorado was done, maintains that the Avalanche as well as the Boston Bruins were in the running for the versatile forward until the end. It’s fair to assume that the cost of beating the Bolts’ offer likely proved to be too much for either squad. It will be interesting to see if either team circles back to New Jersey to discuss another term forward in Kyle Palmieri, or if that asking price – probably even higher – will be too much as well.

While Foote sticks out as the most impressive piece heading to the Devils, it is worth noting that New Jersey now has three first-round picks in June: their own, the Arizona Coyotes’ pick from the Taylor Hall trade and now Vancouver’s pick via Tampa. The Devils also added a second-round pick earlier in the day from the New York Islanders in exchange for veteran defenseman Andy Greene. With Palmieri possibly on the move and a Sami Vatanen even more likely to be dealt (Travis Zajac and Wayne Simmonds are also names on the rumor mill), the Devils are not done making moves and could land at least one more first-round pick before the trade deadline passes next week.

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  NHL teams get jump on deadline with flurry of early trades Tom Fitzgerald changed teams twice at the NHL trade deadline as a player and knows how it feels. As interim general manager of the New Jersey Devils, he didn’t wait until deadline day to trade captain Andy Greene or forward Blake Coleman. Beating the buzzer by more than a week, Fitzgerald recalled his own rough experiences of getting dealt late. “I wish I was traded a week and a half before so I could get adjusted a little bit quicker,” he said. Greene and Coleman are among more than a half-dozen players who are already adjusting to a new team because of an early trading flurry.

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