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Reimer had been trading Hurricane by Panthers for Darling, pick pick

James Reimer on Sunday was sold for Carolina Hurricanes at Florida Panthers for Scott Darling and sixth in the NHL draft for 2020.

The 31-year-old had 13-12-5 with 3.09 goals against the average and 0.600 percent in 36 games (29 starts) for Florida this season, the third with Panthers, who signed it on five. signed on 1 July 2016.


He was chosen by Toronto Maple Leafsa in the fourth round (No. 99) of the NHL 2006 draft. He is 144-120-39 with 2.81 GAA, 913 percent savings and 21 shutouts in 338 NHL games (306 starts) with Maple Leafs, San Jose Sharks and Panthers. Reimer is 3-4-0 with 2.82 GAA and .921 saving a percentage of eight Stanley Cup Playoff Games (seven starts) with Toronto and San Jose.

Reimer had traded four days after Panthers' longstanding goal Roberto Luongo published his retirement. Panthers who put Darling unqualified exceptions for the purpose of buying his post-trading contract do not have a veteran goalkeeper in their list and believe they are interested in signing at least one when the free agency starts July 1st.

Florida chose Spencer Knight, goalkeeper with the National Development Program of the US Hockey Team, in the first round (No. 13) NHL Draft for 2019.

Dear was 2-4-2 with 3.33 GAA and .884 to save the percentage in eight games this season with Karolina before Hurricanes sent 30-year-olds to Charlotte into the American Hockey League. Carolina bought him from Chicago Blackhawks on April 28, 2017, and seven days later he agreed on a four-year contract worth $ 16.6 million (average annual value of $ 4.15 million).

On July 1, 2014, Blackhawks signed Darling as a free agent, and he launched a starter Corey Crawford in the team that won the Stanley Cup 2015. He is 54-42-18 with an average of 2.72 GAA, a 0.98% savings rate and four shutdowns in 126 NHL games (112 starts) with Chicago and Carolina. He was 3: 1 with 2.22 GAA and 936 percent for Chicago in Stanley Cupa's 2015 playout, which was the only post-season action of his NHL career.

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