The Dallas Stars have acquired forward Patrick Sharp from the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for defenseman Trevor Daley and forward Ryan Garbutt.
The Stars also will receive minor league defenseman Stephen Johns in the four- player trade.
Sharp, 33, was an instrumental part of Chicago's three Stanley Cup-winning teams since 2010. In 10 seasons with Chicago, he scored 239 goals and totaled 511 points in 679 regular-season games. In 129 playoff games, including 12 with Philadelphia, Sharp owns 43 goals and 81 points.
The Blackhawks acquired Sharp, along with Eric Meloche, from the Flyers in December 2005 for Matt Ellison and a 3rd-round draft pick.
Johns, a second round pick in the 2010 draft, scored 21 points in 51 games for Chicago's AHL affiliate in Rockford.
The 31-year-old Daley, an alternate captain for the Stars, set career highs with 16 goals and 38 points in 2014-15. In 756 games, all with Dallas, Daley owns 67 goals and 231 points.
Garbutt, 29, finished with eight goals and 25 points in 67 games for Dallas last season. In 198 games over four seasons for the Stars, he tallied 30 goals and 70 points.