The Chicago Blackhawks traded goaltender Antti Raanta to the New York Rangers Saturday following the conclusion of the 2015 NHL Entry draft.
The Blackhawks received forward Ryan Haggerty in exchange for the Finnish netminder.
Raanta posted a 7-4-1 record with a 1.89 goals-against average and a .936 save percentage with one shutout last season. The 26-year-old was demoted to Rockford of the AHL after Scott Darling took over the primary backup duties in Chicago.
Haggerty, 22, signed as an undrafted free agent with the Rangers and totaled 15 goals and 18 assists in 76 games during his first professional season with New York's AHL affiliate in Hartford.
Earlier on Saturday, the Rangers traded backup goaltender Cam Talbot and the 209th pick in the draft to Edmonton for the 57th, 79th and 184th selections.
>> Cam Talbot dealt by Rangers to Oilers
Goaltender Cam Talbot was acquired by the Edmonton Oilers in a trade with the New York Rangers at the draft on Saturday.
The Rangers received the 57th, 79th and 184th picks from the Oilers in exchange for Talbot and the 209th pick.
Talbot, 27, has just 57 games of NHL experience, but he has posted a 2.00 goals-against average, a .931 save percentage and eight shutouts.
>> Oilers take McDavid with No. 1 pick
Ending months of speculation and sticking to the script, the Edmonton Oilers selected highly touted center Connor McDavid with the first overall pick at the NHL Draft on Friday night.
McDavid capped his third season in juniors by placing second on the Erie Otters in goals (44), assists (76) and points (120), adding a team-high 49 points over 20 postseason contests.
Erie advanced to the Ontario Hockey League finals before losing to Oshawa, but McDavid came away with the Red Tilson Award as the OHL's top player as well as the Gretzky Award as the top playoff performer and was additionally named the player of the year in all of Canadian juniors.
In addition, the native of Ontario posted three goals and eight assists in seven games to help Canada secure the World Junior Championship.
The 18-year-old phenom moves on to the next phase of his career having collected 285 points (97G, 188A) over 163 games.
Buffalo held the second pick and also surprised no one by snagging Boston University center Jack Eichel, the reigning Hobey Baker Award winner. He's the highest selected NCAA player since James van Riemsdyk went second to the Flyers in 2007.