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The Ducks traded leftwinger Carl Hagelin to Penguins late Friday night.

By SI Wire
January 16, 2016

The Anaheim Ducks traded leftwinger Carl Hagelin to the Pittsburgh Penguins for forward David Perron and defenseman Adam Clendening, the team announced early Saturday morning.

This season marked Hagelin’s first with the Ducks after he was traded from the New York Rangers last June. The Ducks signed Hagelin to a four-year contract, worth $16 million. In 43 games with Anaheim this year, the 27-year-old forward has four goals and eight assists.

Perron, who joined the Penguins last season after being acquired from the Edmonton Oilers, is scoreless in his last 19 games. This season, the forward has tallied four goals and 12 assists in 43 games.

Clendening, 23, has seen action in nine games for Pittsburgh this season, recording one goal and one assist.

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The Ducks (19-17-7) play the Los Angeles Kings on Sunday. Pittsburgh (20-16-7) faces the Hurricanes at home on Sunday night.

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