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NHL investigating illegal trade made last season


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Hunter Bowman
October 28, 2023  (11:01 PM)
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The National Hockey League is gearing up for a significant response to a trade that has raised questions about its legality.

NHL insider Elliotte Friedman shed light on the impending actions against the Ottawa Senators concerning their trade involving forward Evgeny Dadonov and the Vegas Golden Knights.
Last season, a contentious trade attempt involving Dadonov led to speculation and controversy, as the Golden Knights sought to transfer him to the Anaheim Ducks. It now appears that the Senators may be held responsible for this trade mishap.
Friedman revealed the critical information during a segment on Hockey Night in Canada, stating,
"When [Vegas] acquired him from the Ottawa Senators, they were told that Dadonov had not submitted his trade request in on time, so if Vegas wanted to move him, they could do whatever they needed to do."

Dadonov had specific trade conditions outlined in his contract, indicating teams he would refuse to be traded to. The controversy revolves around whether the Ottawa Senators were forthright about whether Dadonov had indeed submitted such a list.
Friedman added,
"That wasn't the case; he had submitted it."
The NHL is expected to announce penalties for the Senators in the coming days, addressing the situation more definitively.
Furthermore, the league intends to clarify the situation and absolve the Vegas Golden Knights of any wrongdoing, offering a detailed explanation of the circumstances that led to this controversial trade.
Source: Hockeyfeed
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