The Minnesota Wild traded forward Nino Niederreiter to the Carolina Hurricanes for center Victor Rask on Thursday. Both are about the same age; Rask turns 26 in March, while Niederreiter turned 26 in September. It's a bit of a decline for Rask, who scored 14 last season and a combined 37 goals in each of the past two seasons before that.
The 26-year-old Niederreiter, a native of Switzerland, has nine goals and 14 assists in 46 games this season for the Wild.
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For the most comprehensive local coverage, subscribe today. In his third of a six-year $24 million deal he signed in 2016 with Carolina - and no salary retained in the deal - the Wild shed roughly $1.25 million per season in this trade. He appeared in just 63 games after playing no fewer than 80 each of the previous four seasons and netted just 18 goals and 32 points - the latter a low for his time in Minnesota. He is now in the second year of his five-year $26.25 million contract he signed with the Wild last season. He ranks first in National Hockey League history in goals among Swiss-born players and fourth in points, assists and games played.
2 He's been buried on the Hurricanes' depth chart this season.
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Rask did not play until the November 21 game against Toronto and has one goal and five assists - three of the assists in the past five games.
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