Pierre-Luc Dubois moves to Winnipeg Jets in the store.
Hockey Winnipeg Jets, who plays in the NHL, has traded their Finnish striker Patrik Laine Columbus Blue Jackets.
The 22-year-old Laine has been reported by a Canadian Sportsnet as well as numerous North American suppliers.
In addition to the wave, a central striker travels to Columbus Jack Roslovic. The star center moves to the jet Pierre-Luc Dubois as well as the third round booking shift.
Laine and Dubois were booked for the NHL in the summer of 2016 with consecutive numbers. The wave ended up at number two in Winnipeg and Dubois at number three in Columbus.
Roslovic is also a first round booking. The Jets booked him at number 25 in the summer of 2015.
Wave plays in the NHL through his fifth season. He has 306 regular season matches at 140 + 110 = 250 and 24 playoffs with points 8 + 8 = 16.
The second star of the trade, Dubois, has played 239 regular season matches (66 + 93 = 159) and 26 playoffs (8 + 11 = 19) in the NHL.
Blue Jackets Finnish GM Jarmo Kekäläinen all parties to the train trade have, according to media reports, wanted to change the landscape.
Laine played in the Jets for the final season of his contract.
The news is updated.