A day before the National Hockey League (NHL) trading deadline, teams continued to deal some big names on Tuesday.
The Boston Bruins acquired 41-year-old Jaromir Jagr in a trade with the Dallas Stars for a conditional second-round draft pick in 2013 and two prospects.
The pick will turn into a first-round selection if Boston advances to the Eastern Conference finals.
The prospects in the deal are forwards Lane MacDermid and Cody Payne.
The Bruins tried to acquire Jarome Iginla from the Calgary Flames on Thursday, but Iginla went to the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Jagr leads the Stars this season with 14 goals and 26 points. He has 679 goals and 1,000 assists in 1,380 career games.
Meanwhile, the St. Louis Blues acquired defenseman Jay Bouwmeester for the Calgary Flames for defenseman Mark Cundari, goalie Reto Berra and a first-round pick in the 2013 draft.
Should St. Louis fail to make the playoffs, Calgary would receive a fourth-round selection in this year's draft and the first-round pick would be deferred to 2014.
Bouwmeester, 29, has two years remaining on a five-year, $33.4 million deal. His salary counts $6.68 million annually against the salary cap.
Bouwmeester, a 10-year veteran, led Flames defensemen this season with six goals and averaged more than 25 minutes per game. He has not missed a game since the 2003-04 season, but has never made it to the playoffs.
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The Carolina Hurricanes have acquired veteran defenseman Marc-Andre Bergeron from the Tampa Bay Lightning for forward Adam Hall and a seventh-round pick.
Bergeron, 32, is joining his eighth team in 10 years in the NHL. He has one goal and four assists in just 12 games this season.
The Hurricanes are looking in particular for a boost from Bergeron on the power play, which ranks 30th of 30 NHL teams in efficiency at 12.7 percent.
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The Dallas Stars traded center Derek Roy to the Vancouver Canucks for a second-round draft pick and defenseman Kevin Connauton.
Roy, 29, has four goals and 18 assists in 30 games this season for the Stars, who obtained Roy in July in a trade with Buffalo for Steve Ott and Adam Pardy.
With center Manny Malhotra injured, Roy could fill a void on the Canucks' third line.
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The Columbus Blue Jackets signed center Mark Letestu to a two-year contract extension.
The deal is worth $2.5 million and counts $1.25 million annually against the team's salary cap, according to The Columbus Dispatch.
Letestu, 28, scored the winning goal in Columbus' 2-1 overtime victory over Anaheim on Sunday. He has 20 goals and 24 assists in 85 games since coming to the Blue Jackets in a Nov. 8, 2011, trade with Pittsburgh. This season, Letestu has nine goals and 11 assists.