Washington DCs acquired Carl Hagelin of the Los Angeles Kings for the third round of the NHL project in 2019 and the sixth round in the NHL 2020 project, Brian McLellan, Senior Vice President and CEO, said today.
"We are delighted to welcome Carl to our organization," McLellan said. "We felt that this trade allows us to add depth and provides us with a tremendous speed to help us in the murder."
30-year-old Hagelin, born in Shottlel, Sweden, scored scores (1g, 4a) in 22 matches with the kings of this season. Prior to purchasing Los Angeles on November 14, 2018, Hagelin recorded three points (1g, 2a) in 16 games from Pittsburgh Penguins. Percentage of 5 & # 39; 11 ", 1
In the 526 games between New York Rangers, Anaheim Duke, Pittsburgh and Los Angeles, Hagelin scored 230 points (90g, 140a). The choice of the round (168th in the overall score) in The NHL 2007 project, with 230 Hagelin points, ranked 16th among the winners selected from this class.
The two-time Stanley Cup winner (2016 and 2017), Hagelin has 47 points (22g, 25a) of 121 games in the playoffs, which well connected with Alex Ovechkin for second place among the capitals' playoffs (Orpik: 149) and ranked 12th among NHL's active forwarders. Penalties in the playoffs ranked sixth among the active The attackers recorded 16 points (6g, 10a) on the way to the Stanley Cup in Pittsburgh in 2016, based on the number of points in the team.