The Vancouver Canucks made a splash on draft day when they traded goaltender Cory Schneider to the New Jersey Devils. In exchange, they received the ninth pick in this year's draft, which they used to select forward Bo Horvat of the OHL London Knights.
Due to salary cap limitations and a crowded crease, the pressure has been on Canucks GM Mike Gillis to move a goalie for more than a year. It's been assumed that Roberto Luongo would be the 'keeper to change addresses, but Gillis ultimately chose to clear his crease by trading Schneider.
Here's a look at the winners and losers of Sunday's deal.