Lightning trades Kolzig, two others
In the strangest move of the day, the Lightning traded three injured players, including goalie Olaf Kolzig, who is out for the season with a biceps injury, for a player who hasn't played in the NHL in three seasons.
The Lightning sent Kolzig, defensemen Jamie Heward and Andy Rogers and a fourth-round pick to the Toronto Maple Leafs for defenseman Richard Petiot.
In late January, Kolzig had surgery to repair a ruptured distal biceps tendon in his left forearm. Heward has been out since Jan. 1, when he was concussed by a hit to the head from Alex Ovechkin. Rogers has been injured at AHL Norfolk.
Petiot, 6-feet-2, 190 pounds, had no points and two penalty minutes in two games with the Los Angeles Kings in 2005-06. He has three goals, 11 assists and 59 PIM in 45 games with Toronto of the AHL this season.