SAN JOSE Frederik Andersen Jersey , Calif. (AP) — Gustav Nyquist from the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday night for two draft picks in a deal they hope adds scoring depth for a Stanley Cup push.Nyquist scored a goal earlier in the day for Detroit in a 5-3 loss to San Jose. The teams then finalized the deal hours later after Nyquist waived his no-trade clause, with the Sharks sending a 2019 second-round pick and conditional 2020 third-rounder to the Red Wings.“Gustav is a talented, versatile forward who plays with speed and a strong hockey sense,” general manager Doug Wilson said. “His track record of strong play and character speak for themselves and we’re very excited to add him to our dressing room.”The Sharks wanted to add more forward depth as they try to make a run for a title this season. They are third in the NHL with 82 points and are just three points behind first-place Calgary in a tight Pacific Division race.San Jose is third in the league in scoring at 3.62 goals per game and has five players with at least 20 goals this season. Nyquist will likely fit in on either the second or third line with San Jose.The 29-year-old Nyquist has 16 goals and 33 assists in 62 games this season in the final year of a $19 million, four-year deal. The Red Wings will reportedly retain 30 percent of Nyquist’s salary to help make the deal work with the salary cap.In 481 career games with Detroit, Nyquist has 125 goals and 170 assists.The pick in the 2020 draft will become a second-rounder if the Sharks make the Stanley Cup Final this season or if Nyquist re-signs with San Jose as a free agent this summer. The Sharks have Florida’s second-round pick this year, as well as their own, and will send the lower selection to Detroit.The Red Wings are in rebuilding mode with the third-fewest points in the league this season with 55. Detroit previously traded defenseman Nick Jensen to Washington on Friday for prospect Madison Bowey and a 2020 second-round pick. DALLAS — On Oct. 13, the Dallas Stars defeated the Anaheim Ducks 5-3 at American Airlines Center.These former Pacific Division rivals square off again in Dallas on Thursday, and first-year Stars coach Jim Montgomery expects a similar game from the Ducks.“They haven’t changed,” Montgomery said after practice Wednesday. “They’re winning games because of their goalie Womens Jake Gardiner Jersey , their D core and they manage games well. They don’t beat themselves.”Article continues below ...Anaheim (5-4-1, 11 points), who is concluding a quick two-game road trip, is 3-3-0 on the road after a 3-1 loss at Chicago on Tuesday with Rickard Rakell scoring the lone goal.One positive was the season debut of forward Nick Ritchie, who had been a contract holdout before signing Oct. 17. Ritchie, 22, is the younger brother of Dallas forward Brett Ritchie.“It wasn’t a very good game,” Ritchie told Fox Sports West postgame in Chicago. “We had a slow start, took a lot of penalties. It wasn’t the effort we were looking for.”Dallas (4-4-0, 8 points), on the other hand Matt Bartkowski Jersey Womens , heads into this game off a win, 4-2 against the Ducks’ crosstown rivals, the Los Angeles Kings, on Tuesday night.The Stars’ victory arrested a three-game losing streak and saw Dallas play 11 forwards and seven defensemen, a look Montgomery said he could employ again.“Still an option, yeah,” Montgomery said. “I liked it for the forwards, I don’t know how good it was for a defenseman.”Besides the two-goal win, the rookie Stars coach saw several other big positives from Tuesday’s win.“Our feeling is we won ugly and maybe (were) a little bit fortunate,” Montgomery said. “Probably the second time all year where the other team had a lot more puck possession time than we did. Other than (Ben Bishop)’s effort, the one real positive is we were physical. We were in the battle. We just got to get better at our execution.”Against the Kings Youth John Tavares Jersey , Dallas was again without forwards Valeri Nichushkin (soreness) and Alexander Radulov (lower body), and it appears neither Russian winger will skate against the Ducks.“(Radulov) we do not expect to play tomorrow (Thursday),” Montgomery said. “We need to rest it for a couple days. We do expect him to be a player on Sunday.”But Nichushkin’s status sounds more uncertain.“(Nichushkin) practiced with us today, so that’s a positive sign. We think he’s physically ready,” Montgomery said. “Is he ready condition-wise to go in tomorrow night or does he need a couple days?”Montgomery would like to see his dynamic offensive duo of Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin, who have combined for one point, a Seguin assist on Tuesday, over the past four games, get back on track.“The most important thing is we need (Seguin) and (Benn) to get back on the score sheet and we need them to start possessing pucks a lot more,” Montgomery said.The Stars look to win the final contest of a three-game homestand before hitting the road for a six-game Eastern Conference road trip starting Sunday at Detroit.