Notable trades 2018-19

Montreal Canadiens acquire Date Arizona Coyotes acquire
Max Domi
June 15, 2018
Alex Galchenyuk
Las Vegas Knights acquire Date Montreal Canadiens acquire
Max Pacioretty
September 10, 2018
Tomas Tatar
Nick Suzuki
2019 2nd round pick
Buffalo Sabres acquire Date Carolina Hurricanes acquire
Jeff Skinner
August 2, 2018
Cliff Pu
2019 2nd round pick
2020 3rd round pick
2020 6th round pick
Chicago Blackhawks acquire Date Arizona Coyotes acquire
Marcus Kruger
MacKenzie Entwistle
Jordan Maletta
Andrew Campbell
2019 5th round pick
July 12, 2018
Vinnie Hinostroza
Jordan Oesterle
Marian Hossa
2019 3rd round pick
St. Louis Blues acquire Date Buffalo Sabres acquire
Ryan O`Reilly
July 1, 2018
Vladimir Sobotka
Patrik Berglund
Tage Thompson
2019 1st round pick
2021 2nd round pick
Florida Panthers acquire Date San Jose Sharks acquire
Mike Hoffman
2018 7th round pick
June 19, 2018
2018 4th round pick
2018 5th round pick
2019 2nd round pick
Ottawa Senators acquire Date San Jose Sharks acquire
Mikkel Boedker
Julius Bergman
2020 6th round pick
June 19, 2018
Mike Hoffman
Cody Donaghey
2020 5th round pick
Colorado Avalanche acquire Date Washington Capitals acquire
Philipp Grubauer
Brooks Orpik
June 22, 2018
2018 2nd round pick
Calgary Flames acquire Date Carolina Hurricanes acquire
Noah Hanifin
Elias Lindholm
June 23, 2018
Dougie Hamilton
Micheal Ferland
Adam Fox
Buffalo Sabres acquire Date Pittsburgh Penguins acquire
Conor Sheary
Matt Hunwick
June 27, 2018
2019 conditional 4th round pick
San Jose Sharks acquire Date Ottawa Senators acquire
Erik Karlsson
Francis Perron
September 13, 2018
Josh Norris
Chris Tierney
Rudolfs Balcers
Dylan DeMelo
2019 2nd round pick
2019 or 2020 conditional 1st round pick
2021 conditional 1st or 2nd round pick
2022 conditional 1st round pick
Comment: The 2019 2nd rounder is the better of San Jose's own or Florida's own, previously acquired. If the Sharks miss the playoffs in 2018-19, the 2019 or 2020 first-rounder will be in 2019; otherwise, it’s a 2020 first-round pick that will go to Ottawa. If the Sharks re-sign Karlsson the Senators receive a conditional second-round pick in 2021 which would become a first-round pick if the Sharks make it to the Stanley Cup Final in 2019. If Karlsson is on an Eastern Conference roster (reserve list during the 2018-19 season, the Sharks would have to send the Senators an additional first-round pick no later than 2022.