Montreal Canadiens deal Cedrick Desjardins to Tampa Bay Lightning for Karri Ramo

Publish date:

MONTREAL - The Montreal Canadiens dealt minor-league goaltender Cedrick Desjardins to the Tampa Bay Lightning on Monday for netminder Karri Ramo.

In 90 career games with Montreal's AHL affiliate in Hamilton, Desjardins was 49-27-5 with 2.34 goals-against average and a .909 save percentage.

The native of Edmunston, N.B., was an AHL all-star last season while going 29-9-2.

Ramo, who has spent parts of three seasons with Tampa Bay, played for Omsk Avangard of the Kontinental Hockey League in 2009-10 and posted a 21-17-4 with a 2.11 GAA and .913 save percentage.

TOP HEADLINES

USATSI_15615646
Play

2022 Olympic Hockey Roster Prediction: Sweden

The Tre Kronor will be repped by savvy veterans at every position and enough skill to go far. Can the Swedes be golden once again?

Kirill Kaprizov
Play

Face-to-Face Meeting Got Kaprizov Deal Done for Guerin, Wild

These complex contract negotiations between the Minnesota Wild and Kirill Kaprizov were crawling closer and closer to training camp, and neither side wanted to cope with such a distraction for the budding star left wing. And then everything came together.

Justus Annunen
Play

Avalanche's Annunen is Ready for North American Adjustment

Justus Annunen had a tough 2020-21 season in Finland, but he has made the move to Colorado and is ready to show why he's regarded as the goaltender of the future for the Avalanche.