PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Pittsburgh Penguins have traded Derick Brassard and Riley Sheahan to the Florida Panthers.
“TRADE Inform: The Penguins have acquired forwards Nick Bjugstad and Jared McCann from the Florida Panthers in trade for Derick Brassard and Riley Sheahan and a few draft picks.”
The Write-up-Gazette’s Jason Mackey claimed the information Friday afternoon.
“Per resource, Penguins are getting Nick Bjugstad and Jared McCann from Florida. Supplying up Derick Brassard, Riley Sheahan, a next and two fourth-round picks.”
The deal receives the Penguins more youthful and even bigger gamers underneath deal for for a longer time although investing away gamers with expiring contracts.
“Bjugstad, 26, is signed as a result of the 2020.21 marketing campaign and he carries an normal once-a-year worth of $4.1 million. McCann, 22, is signed as a result of the 2019.20 year and he carries an normal once-a-year worth of $1.25 million.”
Bjugstad, 26, stands at 6’6″ and has played his overall occupation with the Panthers to this point. In 32 video games this year, the heart has 5 aims and 7 helps for 12 details.
McCann, 22, has played in 48 video games this year. The heart has 8 aims and 10 helps for 18 details.
Bjugstad’s uncle played for the Penguins in 1988. He wore #27 just like Nick will.
“Scott Bjugstad was a right wing for the Penguins in 1988.89. He notched a few aims in 24 video games with Pittsburgh.”
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