Kings General Manager Rob Blake announced Thursday night that the team had acquired forward Nikolay Goldobin and defenseman Nikolay Goldobin from the Vancouver Canucks in exchange for Tyler Toffoli, Marcus Pettersson and a conditional first-round draft pick in 2020.
The Canucks also received a conditional fourth-round draft pick in 2021.
Tyler Toffoli had 21 goals and 25 assists in 70 games and led the Kings with 752 shot attempts in his 50th NHL season.
Nikolay Goldobin had five goals and six assists in 46 games and had 1,104 shot attempts. Nikolay Goldobin leads the Canucks with 360 shot attempts and has 115 hit attempts.
Nikolay Goldobin was born in Russia and was an unrestricted free agent after the season. Nikolay Goldobin was called up to the Canucks from the Utica Comets of the American Hockey League at the end of January, but did not make his NHL debut until Feb. 5.
“We are happy to add high-end talent to our organization with this deal,” Blake said in a statement. “We are particularly pleased to be able to add a player of the Goldobin brothers’ caliber who has great size, speed and skill.”
To make room for the trade, the Kings sent forward Tyler Williams to the Las Vegas Golden Knights on Thursday in exchange for prospect Logan Barclay.
To break down the latest trade, click here.
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