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Trade finalized between the Vancouver Canucks and Calgary Flames


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Julien Trekker
May 21, 2024  (1:31 PM)
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Elias Lindholm in action with the Calgary Flames.
Photo credit: Jess Starr/The Hockey Writers

A trade was finalized between the Vancouver Canucks and the Calgary Flames following the Canucks' elimination last night at the hands of the Edmonton Oilers.

As the Oilers managed to clinch their ticket to the Western Conference Finals to face the Dallas Stars with a 3-2 win, the Canucks learned some not-so-great news about a trade that they completed last February with the Calgary Flames.
The Canucks made a big move by sending Andrei Kuzmenko, Joni Jurmo, Hunter Brzustewicz and two picks at the 2024 draft: one in the first round, and a conditional fourth round pick.
It was just confirmed that the conditional pick will remain in the fourth round.
According to Capfriendly, if the Canucks had reached the Conference Finals, the Flames would've been forced to send a third round pick. In the end, they fell short, and the pick will stay in the fourth round:
"Draft Pick Condition Update:

The 2024 4th round pick the Vancouver #Canucks sent to Calgary #Flames as part of the Elias Lindholm trade, will NOT upgrade to a 2024 3rd round pick."

Lindholm played a big role with the Canucks in the playoffs, scoring five goals and five assists in 13 games.
Considering the Canucks were only one win away from getting a better pick, this in quite unfortunate for their sake.
Between the Vancouver Canucks and the Calgary Flames, which team do you think won the Elias Lindholm trade?
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Trade finalized between the Vancouver Canucks and Calgary Flames

Between the Vancouver Canucks and the Calgary Flames, which team do you think won the Elias Lindholm trade?

Vancouver Canucks16154.4 %
Calgary Flames13545.6 %
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