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Sports Kings send veteran defenceman Alec Martinez to Golden Knights for pair of picks

23:30  19 february  2020
23:30  19 february  2020 Source:   cbc.ca

The 76ers have acquired Alec Burks and Glenn Robinson

  The 76ers have acquired Alec Burks and Glenn Robinson The Sixers have faced incessant criticism about their road record (9-18) this season but they have decided to do something about it. They are adding Alec Burks and Glenn Robinson from the Golden State Warriors, per Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium. The cost is: 76ers have fortified their bench with two veteran scorers and shooters -- Alec Burks and Glenn Robinson III. Three second-rounders (Dallas 2020, Denver 2021, Toronto 2022) sent to Warriors.

The 32-year-old Martinez is a veteran of 597 NHL games - all with the Kings - and has tallied 62 goals and 136 assists for 198 points to go with 185 penalty minutes in his NHL career. The Vegas Golden Knights were established by founding partners William Foley and his family and the Maloof family.

The Los Angeles Kings are working on a deal to send defenceman Alec Martinez to the Vegas Golden Knights , TSN Hockey Insider Bob The Kings are scheduled to take on the Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday night and Martinez will not dress. Martinez has one goal and seven points in 41 games with

a group of baseball players standing on top of each other: The Kings traded defenceman Alec Martinez to the Golden Knights on Wednesday. He had a goal, eight points and minus-9 rating in 41 games this season with Los Angeles. © Bruce Bennett/Getty Images The Kings traded defenceman Alec Martinez to the Golden Knights on Wednesday. He had a goal, eight points and minus-9 rating in 41 games this season with Los Angeles.

Alec Martinez is going from being a King to a Knight — a Golden Knight.

Los Angeles general manager Rob Blake continued the team's rebuild Wednesday, moving the 32-year-old defenceman for Vegas' 2020 second-round draft pick and St. Louis's 2021 second-rounder previously acquired by the Golden Knights.

"Alec has been an important part of the organization for a number of years and was a key member of our Stanley Cup teams [in 2012 and 2014]," Blake said in a statement released by the team. "We thank Marty for everything he's done for our organization, our fans and our community."

Kings’ Martinez, Toffoli drawing interest ahead of trade deadline

  Kings’ Martinez, Toffoli drawing interest ahead of trade deadline With the NHL’s trade deadline approaching and several teams in need of upgrades, the Los Angeles Kings are gaining some attention as a possible seller. The post NHL Goals Of The Week: Mark Stone splits the D, goes top shelf appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.Two specific teams even sent scouts to the Kings’ game against the New Jersey Devils on Saturday night, including one Canadian outfit.

The Golden Knights are close to acquiring defenseman Alec Martinez from the Los Angeles Kings , a move that would bolster the team’s blue line depth. The cost to acquire Martinez will be two second-round picks , according to a report from TSN in Canada. The Knights have two second-round picks

Kings acquire Golden Knights 2nd Round Pick in 2020 and St. Louis Blues 2nd Round Pick in 2021. The LA Kings have acquired two second-round picks from the Vegas Golden Knights in exchange for defenseman Alec Martinez , according to Vice President and General Manager Rob

Martinez, who was linked to trade rumours for weeks and held out of the Kings' 6-3 loss at Winnipeg on Tuesday, has spent all 11 of his NHL seasons in L.A.

A fourth-round pick in 2007, he has just one goal, eight points and a minus-9 rating in 41 games this season after posting a career-high 39 points three seasons ago, but he was second on the Kings in even strength, power play and shorthanded time.

Martinez's contract, which doesn't expire until after next season, is worth $4 million US in annual average value.

The Michigan native missed a month of action earlier this season after suffering lacerations to an artery and two nerves in his right wrist from an opponent's skate.

Athanasiou's injury not considered serious after exit vs. Golden Knights .
Edmonton Oilers forward Andreas Athanasiou is not expected to be out for long after exiting with a lower-body injury during Wednesday's contest against the Vegas Golden Knights. "I don't think it's serious," head coach Dave Tippett said following his team's 3-0 loss, according to TSN. "I didn't see it because of any one play. He was hurt in the second (period) and tried it in the third but couldn't go." The 25-year-old winger recorded one shot on net in 11 minutes of ice time before departing. He tallied one goal and one assist in his debut with the Oilers on Tuesday.

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