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P.K. Subban trade overshadows second day of NHL draft; Caps take two forwards, one defenseman

P.K. Subban trade overshadows second day of NHL draft; Caps take two forwards, one defenseman

On the second day of the NHL draft, the salary cap crashed the party.

P.K. Subban, Patrick Marleau and J.T. Miller were on the move Saturday as teams tried to get into position to bring back their own players or add to their roster during free agency. The trades started before Ottawa opened the second round with American center Shane Pinto at No. 32 overall, pushing the conclusion of the draft into the background.

A day after taking American center Jack Hughes at No. 1 overall, New Jersey acquired Subban in a trade with Nashville. The Predators picked up defensemen Steven Santini and Jeremy Davies, the 34th pick in this year's draft and a second-rounder next...

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