Detroit Red Wings "Gustav Nyquist tries to stay calm when the terms of trade are approaching. Deleted February 19, 2019 in Detroit.
Helene St. James, Detroit Willem Press

Seeing no better offer materializing and limited non-trading item, Detroit Red Wings cut off winger Gustav Nyquist hours after losing to San Jose Sharks.

The "Wings" were traded on the Nakuist Shark exit immediately after midnight on Monday morning in exchange for the first round of the first round of 2019 and the third round in 2020. to the Stanley Cup finale in 2019, or to re-sign Nyquist with the Sharks.

One hour earlier, the Sharks saw Nyquist personally when he scored his 16th goal in the Wings 5-3 from San Jose at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. The defeat spoiled the NHL debut of Philip Zadina, the main wing's prospect.

Gustav Nyquist after scoring a goal during the first Sunday season against sharks in the DMC (Photo 11: Raj Mehta USA TODAY Sports)

Work with Nyquist was a priority, since it became clear that the wings would not be able to re-sign it. It is believed that the Nyquist has asked for $ 5.5 million a season for more than $ 5 million, more money and trash than wings were willing to offer.

The Nyquist deal is the second four-day trade for Wings General Manager Ken Holland, ahead of on Monday at 15:00.

The team sent defender Nick Jensen and the 2019th round of 2019 in Washington DC on the second round of 2020 and Madison Bowie.

From Nyquist, he opens the first sixth position of the wings. Zadina is one of the candidates who fill the place temporarily.

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The Red Wings pioneer Philip Zadina speaks after his debut at the NHL in San José 5-3. Filmed February 24, 2019 in Detroit.
Helen Saint James, Detroit Free Press