Arrived immediately, left immediately. Two days after trading from Ottawa senators to the Carolina Hurricanes, Alex Galchenyuk resumed trading on Monday, now wearing the uniform of the Toronto Maple Leafs.
In return, the Ontario team sends Egor Korshkov and defenseman David Warsofsky to Cannes. Maple Leafs confirmed the news.
The first-round pick of the Montreal Canadians in 2012 (third overall) was not detained for 14 days before joining the Leafs because he did not leave the country after crossing the “meaning” for Hurricanes.
With the senators this season, Galchenyuk has scored one goal in eight games. In 557 career games with CH, Arizona Coyotes, Pittsburgh Penguins, Minnesota Wild and “Senses”, the Russian forward has 321 points (136-185).
For his role, Korshkov scored a point in several games on the Betman Tour, where he played most of his career in Russia. Meanwhile, Warsofsky, who has 11 points from 55 games with the Boston Bruins, Penguins, New Jersey Devils and Colorado Avalanche, will become his fifth team. The 30-year-old has played in the American League for most of his career.