It’s all about Jeff Carter and Jack Johnson

With the Columbus Blue Jackets in town to face the LA Kings, it’s not that surprising that most of the talk over the last 24 hours has been about Jeff Carter and Jack Johnson. After all, they were the two central pieces in a trade last season that helped change things for both franchises. Columbus received a player that actually wanted to be there, while Los Angeles went on to win a Stanley Cup.

Thanks to the folks at KingsVision, here’s a look back at the trade via their ‘Stanley Cup Moments’ series…

For those who can’t get enough of Carter and Johnson, here are a few articles we did around the trade deadline last year…

Why the Kings should trade for Jeff Carter, not Rick Nash – posted about a week before the trade

Jack Johnson on his preferences, rumors and what’s next – one of his final interviews as an LA King

Mike Richards comments on the Jeff Carter trade rumors – a possible reunion in the works

One-on-one with LA captain Dustin Brown, talking trade rumors – exclusive sit down with MM

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