Montrose Coffee trader charted with a big trade: Trade story
Montrose, Alberta – Calgary Flames forward Tyler Ennis was dealt to the Edmonton Oilers for a 2018 third-round pick, a fourth-round selection and two 2016 second-round selections, according to a trade story from the Calgary Sun.
The Flames also received forward Ryan Pulock from the Edmonton Eskimos.
Montrose is owned by a group led by the Edmonton-based billionaire Peter McClelland.
The Oilers acquired the rights to the Flames first-round draft pick from the Flames for forward David Perron in a three-team deal.
The deal is worth $1.7 million per team, including $1 million in bonuses.
The trade comes just weeks after the Calgary Flames traded forward Ryan Poehling to the St. Louis Blues for a second-rounder.
The Calgary Flames received a conditional first-rounder in return for the St, Louis Blues second- and third-rounder, along with a conditional third- round pick in 2020.