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This trade has had possibly a smaller impact on the team than the previous one, however with the trade deadline upon us – it could potentially lead to even more for the Arizona Coyotes.
It is always disappointing to see a young prospect’s career spiral, especially after showing so much promise early on.
Anthony Duclair had a storming 2015/16 season, registering 20 goals and 44 total points – showing real promise for the Coyotes that gave fans hope for the future.
Since then, however, things have not worked out and he has now found himself traded to the fifth team of his career.
With the Coyotes originally acquiring Duclair from the New York Rangers, the team parted ways with him less than three seasons later – sending him to the Chicago Blackhawks.
The trade saw Dauphin return to the desert, having originally been sent to the Blackhawks in another trade that features later on in this list.
Duclair’s time in Chicago ended quickly, after just 23 games where the Pointe-Claire, Quebec native earned just eight points (two goals, six assists).
In return, the Coyotes have had 19 goals and 43 total points from Panik in 90 regular season games, with the Czech winger potentially being available at this year’s deadline to help improve the team even further.
Dauphin found himself traded to the Nashville Predators for Emil Pettersson with Clendening moving on to the Columbus Blue Jackets after failing to make an appearance for the Blackhawks.