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NHL Daily: Ghost, Chychrun, Eller Dealt; Flyers Still Quiet

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James van Riemsdyk (AP photo)
James van Riemsdyk is still a member of the Philadelphia Flyers -- for now. The trade deadline is Friday at 3 p.m. Photo: AP.

It was another busy trade day around the NHL on Wednesday.

It was also another day when the Philadelphia Flyers were spectators in the trade market. They have a few days to get something done. The trade deadline is Friday at 3 p.m.

The Ottawa Senators, making a late run for a playoff spot, acquired defenseman Jakob Chychrun from Arizona, which also dealt former Flyers defenseman Shayne “Ghost” Gostisbehere to Carolina.

In another move, Washington sent center Lars Eller (seven goals, 16 points), a hero in the 2018 Stanley Cup Final, to Colorado for a 2025 second-round pick. Eller is 33 and a pending free agent — the same age and situation as the Flyers’ James van Riemsdyk (nine goals, 23 points), who is also on the trade block.

For these stories, and much more, check out our NHL links below:

Around the NHL and National Hockey Now

Philly Hockey Now: James van Riemsdyk has probably played his last game as a Flyer. He has the fifth-most goals of all players in his draft class. Philadelphia Flyers.

Philly Hockey Now: The Flyers showed marked improvement over their last game (a 7-0 clunker in New Jersey), but fell in overtime to the shorthanded New York Rangers, 3-2. Philadelphia Flyers.

Ottawa Senators: Claude Giroux and the Sens are thinking playoffs after they acquired defenseman Jakob Chychrun from Arizona. Ottawa Senators.

Carolina Hurricanes: Shayne Gostisbehere was acquired by the Canes. He gives them a lefthanded version of Tony DeAngelo, who played in Carolina last season. Carolina Hurricanes.

Washington Hockey Now: Sammi Silber’s in-depth story on the Lars Eller trade to Colorado. Washington Capitals.

Colorado Hockey Now: Eller arrived just before game time and made his Avs debut in a 7-5 loss to New Jersey on Wednesday. Colorado Avalanche.

Pittsburgh Hockey Now: GM Ron Hextall finally made some moves, including the acquisition of  Nashville forward Mikael Granlund. Pittsburgh Penguins.

Detroit Hockey Now: The Red Wings, who traded veteran defenseman Filip Hronek to Vancouver, signed Dylan Larkin to an eight-year, $69.6 million deal, one that carries an annual $8.7 million cap hit. Detroit Red Wings.

New York Islanders Hockey Now: The Isles are searching for a defenseman. Stefen Rosner has a list of five candidates. New York Islanders.

L.A. Hockey Now: The Kings traded a franchise icon, Jonatahn Quick, along with first- and third-rounders, to Columbus for goalie Joonas Korpisalo and defenseman Vladislav Gavrikov. The Kings solved their goaltending issues, writes Austin Stanovich. Los Angeles Kings.

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