The Anaheim Ducks of the clever defender Andrew Cogliano was sold to Dallas Rionnagan for Devin Shore in the middle.
Cogliano, 31, appeared in 584 games with the Ducks over eight seasons, receiving 102 goals and 233 points in these games with an extra level 61. He also added eight goals and 25 points in 64 game games.
"In obtaining Andy, we can provide a consistent game that will provide a current picture to our room," said Stars, Jim Nill, in a press release. "Its explosion speed, a 200-foot game and a iron player will help with our team on and after."
The Ducks Cogliano first built in trade with the Edmonton Oilers at the NHL Draft 2013. Between the Oilers and the Ducks, Cogliano made the fourth most streak streak one for a continuous game with 830, from October 4, 2007 to Jan. 13, 2018.
Shuttle, 24, have 29 visits and 82 points are circulated in 209 NHL games, all with Stars. At the first time with the selection of the second stars with the Stars in 2012, Shore did a her first NHL in 2015 and has featured in all 82 Star games in each of the last two seasons.