GLENDALE, Ariz. — The New York Rangers acquired a big piece in their push for another deep playoff run, picking up All-Star defenseman Keith Yandle in a trade with the Arizona Coyotes on Sunday.

The Rangers, who lost to the Los Angeles Kings in the Stanley Cup finals last season, didn’t wait until Monday’s trade deadline to make a big move for this year’s run.

Yandle, 28, has been one of the NHL’s best offensive-minded defensemen, a four-time All-Star who led the Coyotes in scoring the past three seasons. He has 41 points in 63 games this season and has been the anchor of Arizona’s power-play unit.

New York also received defenseman Chris Summers and a 2016 fourth-round pick for defenseman John Moore, top prospect Anthony Duclair, a conditional first-round draft pick in 2016 and a second-rounder this year.

The Rangers made two more deals Sunday, acquiring forward Carl Klingberg from the Winnipeg Jets for forward Lee Stempniak, and picking up forward James Sheppard from the San Jose Sharks for a fourth-round pick in 2016.

Arizona agreed to retain 50 percent of Yandle’s salary to complete the deal.

The big piece of the deal for the Coyotes was Duclair.

The 19-year-old left wing was a third-round pick in 2013 and already has NHL experience, scoring a goal with six assists in 18 games with the Rangers this season. He also has nine goals and 16 assists in 20 games with Quebec of the QMJHL.

“It’s very simple: The only way we could do a deal with the Rangers given their cap situation was to retain salary,” Coyotes General Manager Don Maloney said. “That’s the reality of the world we’re living in. We would not be doing this type of deal if we were acquiring a 33-year-old player, but when you talk about a 19-year-old potential first-line winger and a couple of other high-draft pick assets, you realize it’s going to cost you some money to make this type of deal.”

The struggling Coyotes were expected to be sellers at the trade deadline as they rebuild during one of the worst seasons in franchise history. Arizona, 13th in the Western Conference with 47 points, traded center Antoine Vermette to Chicago on Saturday for a 2015 first-round pick and defensive prospect Klas Dahlbeck.

“We’re resetting this team,” Maloney. “We’re gaining assets that in 3, 4, 5 years will put us in position to win the Stanley Cup.”

Moore, 24, should give the Coyotes depth on the blue line. He was the 21st overall pick in the 2009 draft and had a career-best season in 2013-14, with four goals and 11 assists. Moore has a goal and five assists in 38 games this season.

 The Dallas Stars traded forward Erik Cole and a draft pick to the Detroit Red Wings for two prospects and a draft pick.

The Stars got center Mattias Janmark, defenseman Mattias Backman and a second-round pick this year for Cole and a conditional third-round pick.

Cole, 36, has 18 goals and 17 assists in 57 games this season. He has 262 goals and 264 assists in 881 games with Carolina, Edmonton, Montreal and Dallas.

Janmark and Backman, both 22, have not played in the NHL.

Detroit drafted Backman in the fifth round in 2011, and Janmark in the third round in 2013. They have played mostly in their native Sweden, and logged some time with the AHL’s Grand Rapids Griffins.

 The Calgary Flames traded Curtis Glencross to the Washington Capitals for second- and third-round picks this year.

The 32-year-old forward, a former Portland Pirate, is in position to become an unrestricted free agent this summer. He has nine goals and 19 assists in 53 games this season.

“As tough as it is to say good bye to everyone in Calgary and the fans – I’ve had such great support over the years – I’m excited for a new start,” said Glencross, who has 130 goals and 138 assists in 489 NHL games over nine seasons.