OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) - The Vancouver Canucks traded goalie Anders Nilsson and minor-league winger Darren Archibald to the Ottawa Senators for netminder Mike McKenna, forward Tom Pyatt and a sixth-round pick in the 2019 draft on Wednesday.
Nilsson, 28, had a 3-8-1 record with a 3.03 goals-against average and an .895 save percentage this season with Vancouver as Jacob Markstrom grabbed the reins as Vancouver's No. 1 goalie.
Archibald, also 28, had one goal and one assist in nine games with the Canucks to go along with 16 points (11 goals, five assists) in 23 games with the Utica Comets of the American Hockey League.
After the deal was announced, Archibald was assigned to the AHL's Belleville Senators.
McKenna, 35, was 1-4-1 with a 3.96 goals-against average with Ottawa this season, while Pyatt, 31, had two assists in 37 games.
The Canucks and Senators, who are currently without injured starting goalie Craig Anderson (concussion), were set to play in Ottawa on Wednesday night.
- Canucks deal Nilsson, Archibald to Senators
- Canucks extend their affiliate deal with the Comets
- Canucks reassign goalie Thatcher Demko to Comets
- Utica Comets' Darren Archibald undergoes successful surgery for cheek fracture
- Archibald clears waivers, on his way back to Utica
- The Bulldog returns: Canucks assign Biega to the Comets
- Canucks trade Michael Carcone to Toronto Maple Leafs
- Early goals, Archibald injury cost Comets in 5-2 loss against Checkers
- Canucks sign F Reid Boucher to one-year, two-way contract extension
- Senate deals with gridlock as session nears end