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Insider reveals the real reason Ryan McDonagh was traded


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Sam
May 21, 2024  (5:31 PM)
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An insider has revealed the actual reason Ryan McDonagh was traded back to the Tampa Bay Lightning and it has nothing to do with Mitch Marner.

Earlier today is the hockey world was quiet in between Stanley Cup playoff rounds, The Tampa Bay Lightning and the Nashville Predators made a trade for familiar face to Lightning fans. Ryan McDonagh returns to the lightning in exchange for draft picks. Many people assumed this was to clear space for All-Star forward Mitch Marner, who has the topic of traits speculation since before the Toronto Maple Leafs were eliminated by the Boston Bruins in the first round of the playoffs, however, according to Predators beat reporter, Alex Daugherty That wasn't the case at all; take a look.

According to Daugherty, Ryan McDonagh wasn't traded for cap reasons at all, but rather to accommodate a request made by McDonagh earlier in the season. The predators after getting eliminated by the Vancouver Canucks in the first round themselves, decided to Look for a landing spot that would suit McDonagh and his family
McDonagh had spent two seasons in Nashville, after being traded from the Tampa Bay Lightning, and according to reports didn't think returning to Tampa Bay was a possibility until it actually happened.
Whatever your feelings on the trade are, it's a classy move by the Nashville predators organization to accommodate one of their veterans requests, especially if he's returning to a place where he had helped them to win two Stanley Cups
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