Senators, Devils add 2020 1st-round picks with Coyotes, Isles advancing
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A pair of trades - including conditional draft picks contingent on postseason outcomes - have officially been sorted, with the Arizona Coyotes and New York Islanders each advancing to the round of 16 on Friday.

The Ottawa Senators now own the Islanders' first-round pick in 2020 as part of the swap that sent forward Jean-Gabriel Pageau to New York at the trade deadline. If the Islanders had instead been eliminated and won the draft lottery, the pick, which was top-three protected, would have been Ottawa's in 2021.

Ottawa now owns three first-round selections at the 2020 draft and an additional four picks in round two.

The New Jersey Devils now own the Arizona Coyotes' first-round pick as a result of the Taylor Hall trade. The conditions on that pick were identical to those in the Pageau deal.

The Devils could add an additional first-rounder in 2020 if the Vancouver Canucks eliminate the Minnesota Wild in their play-in series. New Jersey received the pick when it traded forward Blake Coleman in February to the Tampa Bay Lightning, who owned the Canucks' pick from a previous trade.

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