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Sports Center Derek Grant traded to Philadelphia Flyers

19:45  24 february  2020
19:45  24 february  2020 Source:   prohockeyrumors.com

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Monday, February 24, 2020 Center Derek Grant traded to Philadelphia Flyers | Sky Canada Horoscope A member of the Ottawa Senators, Calgary Flames, Buffalo

Fletcher acquired Derek Grant from the Ducks in exchange for Phantoms forward Kyle Criscuolo and a 2020 fourth-round draft pick. The pick will be the Head coach Alain Vigneault mentioned how Grant , who can play center or winger, could open on the wing with the Flyers , while Thompson appears to

a hockey player standing in the snow: Former Anaheim Ducks center Derek Grant has been traded to the Philadelphia Flyers and will bring a big body and even more center depth, which is exactly what the Flyers were looking for. © Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports Former Anaheim Ducks center Derek Grant has been traded to the Philadelphia Flyers and will bring a big body and even more center depth, which is exactly what the Flyers were looking for.

Not only did the Philadelphia Flyers add Nate Thompson today, but they’ve also acquired Derek Grant from the Anaheim Ducks according to Frank Seravalli of TSN. The Ducks will receive Kyle Criscuolo and a fourth-round pick in return.

Grant, like Thompson, has been all over the NHL throughout his career. A member of the Ottawa Senators, Calgary Flames, Buffalo Sabres, Nashville Predators, Pittsburgh Penguins and Ducks (twice), he has 257 career games. This year however has been his best, with 14 goals and 20 points through 49 games.

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia Flyers made a couple of moves before the NHL trade deadline. The orange and black bolstered their forward They also sent forward Kyle Criscuolo and a fourth-round 2020 pick to the Anaheim Ducks for center Derek Grant . In parts of seven NHL seasons

Murray traded center Derek Grant to the Philadelphia Flyers for minor-league center Kyle Criscuolo and a fourth-round pick in the June 26-27 draft in Montreal. Grant scored a career-high 14 goals this season in his second stint with the Ducks. “ Derek ’s a guy you pull for,” Murray said.

A big body and even more center depth is exactly what the Flyers were looking for, which Grant brings in spades. The team had been linked to Jeff Carter in the past, but with two additions for their bottom-six already in hand it seems unlikely that the Flyers will go after their former star.

The question will now be whether it even makes a difference for Philadelphia in the brutal Metropolitan Division. The team currently sits in third place with 77 points, but the New York Islanders (76 points), Carolina Hurricanes (74) and Columbus Blue Jackets (74) are all still hot on their heels.

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