The Flyers retained 4.7 percent of the remainder of Streit's $5.25 million contract, with the Lightning paying 50 percent and the Penguins 45.3, sources told ESPN.
Because of the trade, the Philadelphia Flyers had to move down a forward to create space for Filppula.
According to multiple league sources, the Predators are believed to be working on at least two separates trades that would result in a depth player leaving in one deal and a top-six forward arriving in another. He also owns a limited no-movement clause, where he can list 16 teams he would accept a trade to.
The move is a break in Tampa Bay's pattern over the deadline, as they've mostly been sellers until the last hour.
When the dust settled on a series of trades, the Pittsburgh Penguins had landed defenseman Mark Streit, while the Toronto Maple Leafs helped their playoff push by getting D-man Eric Fehr. The removal of Filppula, 32, from the Lightning roster frees general manager Steve Yzerman from having to expose one of their younger forwards in the expansion draft.
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Streit wouldn't remain with the Bolts for long as Yzerman shipped him to the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for a fourth round draft pick in 2018.
The Lightning has already watched as two of the team's much-loved players were left to find new homes for the remainder of the season.
The 21-year-old Barkov has seven goals and four assists in that stretch and also tallied in the most recent meeting with Philadelphia, while Huberdeau is riding a three-game point streak during his 11-point run (four goals, seven assists).
Bellemare 31, has agreed to a two-year, 2.9 million dollar deal, averaging 1.45 Million per season.
The deal can be looked at as a win for both teams.