The Colorado Avalanche traded Matt Duchene to the Ottawa Senators in a pair of deals that also included Kyle Turris going to the Nashville Predators.

Duchene joins the Senators as their new No. 1 center, Turris gives the Predators more depth down the middle and the Avalanche push forward with their rebuilding youth movement.

Colorado gets top prospects Samuel Girardi and Vladislav Kamenev and a 2018 second-round pick from Nashville, and prospect Shane Bowers, goaltender Andrew Hammond and a 2018 first- and 2019 third-round picks from Ottawa. Avalanche General Manager Joe Sakic said the Senators first-round pick was top-10 protected.

Duchene is signed through 2018-19 at a salary-cap hit of $6 million. After the deals were completed, Turris signed a $36 million, six-year extension with Nashville that keeps him under contract through 2023-24.


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