Sharks, Ducks and Sens pull off three way trade

A rare three team swap in the NHL today.


This just in, the San Jose Sharks, Anaheim Ducks and Ottawa Senators have pulled off a rare three team trade.

Headed to the Sharks is defenceman Christian Jaros, headed to the Ducks is defenceman Trevor Carrick and headed to the Sens is forward Jack Kopacka and a 7th round pick. 

"Christian is a big right-shot defenseman who plays a physical game," said Sharks GM Doug Wilson on his new acquisition. "He is a young player with 76 games of NHL experience so far and has the ability to grow his game."

Jaros, 24, split the season with Ottawa and the Belleville Senators (AHL) in 2019-20. He appeared in 13 games with Ottawa, recording three assists and six penalty minutes. While with Belleville, he skated in 34 contests and recorded 15 points (two goals, 13 assists), a plus-20 rating and 14 penalty minutes. The defenseman finished tied for second on Belleville in plus/minus.