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When was the last actual 3-team NHL trade?

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02-10-2012, 12:16 PM
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When was the last actual 3-team NHL trade?

This seemed like the best place to ask this question (if it was not, feel free to lock/delete) as we see 3-way deals proposed all of the time. Now perhaps it was more recent then I think... but when was the last actual trade where 3 teams were involved with a single transaction? Let's try to discount minor league wheeling and dealing, as that hardly counts.

In the NBA this happens with some regularity, but in the NHL?

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I'm sure something has happened more recently, but the first thing that jumps to mind is the Justin Williams trade in 2009, which according to wikipedia, went down like this:
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On March 5, 2009, Williams was traded by the Hurricanes to the Los Angeles Kings for Patrick O'Sullivan and Calgary's 2nd round draft pick. O'Sullivan was then dealt with Carolina's 2nd round draft pick to Edmonton for Erik Cole.
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Last big one I can think of was (and there were other pieces involved)

Chicago
Havlat

San Jose
Mark Bell

Ottawa
Preissing
Chi 2nd

looking back on it the Hawks won, however Preissing played very well for the Sens the Cup run season and Wiercioch was the 2nd roud pick, Sharks got Couture from trading Bell to Toronto so I think it all worked out

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Would a three team trade involve each team obtaining at lest one asset from every other team?

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Would a three team trade involve each team obtaining at lest one asset from every other team?
I would think so.

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the last one I remember Feb 26, 2007...

To PHI:
Lasse Kukkonen
3rd round pick

To: DET:
Kyle Calder

To CHI:
Jason Willions

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I remember the Williams one pretty well.

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When Cammalleri was traded to the Flames the 1st time that was a three way trade.

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Los Angeles Kings traded Mike Cammalleri to the Calgary Flames for a 1st round selection in 2008 (17th overall) . The Kings then sent that 1st round selection in 2008 (17th overall) plus their own 1st round selection in 2008 (28th overall) to the Anaheim Ducks for their 1st round selection in 2008 (12th overall).

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This seemed like the best place to ask this question (if it was not, feel free to lock/delete) as we see 3-way deals proposed all of the time. Now perhaps it was more recent then I think... but when was the last actual trade where 3 teams were involved with a single transaction? Let's try to discount minor league wheeling and dealing, as that hardly counts.

In the NBA this happens with some regularity, but in the NHL?

At the same time we can ask, when was the last time a team made a trade? versus the number of proposal we have here.

I think making a ratio of proposal/real trade vs the ratio of 3 way proposal/3 way trade could be interesting.

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Would a three team trade involve each team obtaining at lest one asset from every other team?
Not necessarily. Like something like this :

To Team 1 :

Team 2's asset

To Team 2 :

Team 3's asset

To Team 3 :

Team 1's asset

If you take out any of the 3 teams, the deal falls apart.

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