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Trade Deadline Tracker

We will update this as trades come in. Look for more in depth articles as we get to them.

Calgary pull in much sought after rental defenseman, February 20

Calgary Flames received: Michael Stone.
Arizona Coyotes received: 2018 third round pick, Conditional 2018 fifth round pick.
Winner: If the Flames re-sign Stone at the end of the season, they still win this trade.                                                            Click here for the breakdown and analysis.

Hurricanes charge a king’s ransom to desperate Penguins, February 23

Pittsburgh Penguins received: Ron Hainsey.
Carolina Hurricanes received: Danny Kristo, 2017 second round pick.
Winner: Hurricanes. No more needs to be said.                                                                                                                                Click here for the breakdown and analysis.

Anaheim bring in the best beard in the NHL, February 24

Anaheim Ducks received: Patrick Eaves.
Dallas Stars received: Conditional 2017 second round pick.
Winner: Ducks add depth where most needed, which should make the pick a worthwhile cost.                                           Click here for the breakdown and analysis.

Chicago Blackhawks trade for incredibly skilled young forward, February 24

Chicago Blackhawks received: Tomas Jurco.
Detroit Red Wings received: 2017 third round pick.
Winner: Blackhawks pull in an incredibly skilful forward for cheaper than his original draft pick; the next Richard Panik?                                                                                                                                                                                                         Click here for the breakdown and analysis.

Kings snatch the goalie everyone has been talking about, February 26

Los Angeles Kings received: Ben Bishop, 2017 fifth round pick.
Tampa Bay Lightning received: Peter Budaj, Erik Cernak, 2017 seventh round pick, Conditional 2017 second round pick.
Winner: If the condition is met and the Bolts sign Budaj to be Vasilevskiy’s back-up, then Tampa Bay win.
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Wild go big on even bigger Czech center, February 27

Minnesota Wild received: Martin Hanzal, Ryan White, 2017 fourth round pick.
Arizona Coyotes received: 2017 first round pick, 2018 second round pick, Conditional 2019 fourth round pick, Grayson Downing.
Winner: The Wild want to win now and this was the perfect way to build and stop other teams. However, the cost was extremely high for two rental players.
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Maple Leafs enter the trade market for a bruiser, February 27

Toronto Maple Leafs received: Brian Boyle.
Tampa Bay Lightning received: Byron Froese, 2017 second round pick.
Winner: Lightning pull in high pick for a player they would have let go, Bolts win.
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Habs add depth with Dallas star Benn, February 27

Montreal Canadiens received: Jordie Benn.
Dallas Stars received: Greg Pateryn, 2017 fourth round pick.
Winner: solid trade by the Habs, getting Benn on the blue line for the next few seasons will help them a lot.
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Senators take long time Canuck for prospect, February 27

Ottawa Senators received: Alexandre Burrows.
Vancouver Canucks received: Jonathan Dahlen.
Winner: Very dependent on Dahlen’s development, but right now it looks like the Canucks are winning.
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Washington trade for star defenseman, February 27

Washington Capitals received: Kevin Shattenkirk, Pheonix Copley.
St. Louis Blues received: Zach Sanford, Brad Monroe, 2017 first round pick, Conditional 2019 second round pick.
Winner: Huge win for the Capitals, they immediately become Stanley Cup favourites.
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Rangers get defensive support from Detroit, February 28

New York Rangers received: Brendan Smith.
Detroit Red Wings received: 2017 third round pick, 2018 second round pick.
Winner: Despite the price, the Rangers may actually have won in this trade.
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Hurricanes take advantage of Ottawa’s need for forwards, February 28

Ottawa Senators received: Viktor Stalberg.
Carolina Hurricanes received: 2017 third round pick.
Winner: Carolina, by a substantial margin.
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Blackhawks bring back Oduya, February 28

Chicago Blackhawks received: Johnny Oduya.
Dallas Stars received: Mark McNeil, Conditional 2018 fourth round pick.
Winner: If Oduya stays fit, Blackhawks get a trustworthy face on their blue line.
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Oilers take Desharnais from Montreal, February 28

Edmonton Oilers received: David Desharnais.
Montreal Canadiens received: Brandon Davidson.
Winner: Oilers get third line center, Canadiens get some possible expansion draft fodder.                                                    Click here for the breakdown and analysis.

Canucks acquire Goldobin San Jose, March 1

San Jose Sharks received: Jannik Hansen.
Vancouver Canucks received: Nikolay Goldobin, Conditional fourth round pick.
Winner: Canucks only offered these mad terms as a joke, but the Sharks accepted them!
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Montreal gets tougher with Ott, March 1

Montreal Canadiens received: Steve Ott.
Detroit Red Wings received: 2018 sixth round pick.
Winner: Solid and cheap acquisition by the Canadiens here.
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Avs and Yotes trade AHLers, March 1

Colorado Avalanche received: Brendan Ranford.
Arizona Coyotes received: Joe Whitney.
Winner: Both contracts expire at the end of the season, Ranford’s is $25,000 more than Whitney’s. Ranford is 24, Whitney is 29, both can play either wing. Basically, there’s not much in this from an NHL standpoint really.                  Click here for the breakdown and analysis.

Panthers get big Detroit winger, March 1

Florida Panthers received: Thomas Vanek.
Detroit Red Wings received: Dylan McIlrath, Conditional 2017 third round pick.
Winner: Panthers’ young lineup bolstered by solid sniper for a relatively cheap pick and a failed experiment.
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Canadiens take King from the Kings, March 1

Montreal Canadiens received: Dwight King.
Los Angeles Kings received: Conditional 2018 fourth round pick.
Winner: Montreal really needed to add some size and King has some decent upside also, the Habs just edge this one.
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Iginla will try for the cup with Los Angeles, March 1

Los Angeles Kings received: Jarome Iginla.
Colorado Avalanche reveived: Conditional 2018 fourth round pick.
Winner: Both the Kings and Iginla are all-in to win this season, sounds like the perfect combination.
Breakdown and analysis on the way!

Floridians swap AHL goalies, March 1

Tampa Bay Lightning received: Mike McKenna.
Florida Panthers received: Adam Wilcox
Winner: Panthers get a goalie who’s six years younger, so that’s a win.

Oilers and Rangers switch Fontaine for Beck, March 1

Edmonton Oilers received: Justin Fontaine.
New York Rangers received: Taylor Beck.
Winner: Fontaine has three NHL seasons under his belt, but both players run out of contract at the end of the season.                                                                                                                                                                                                        Click here for breakdown and analysis.

Bergevin continues to bulk up the Canadiens, March 1

Montreal Canadiens received: Andreas Martinsen.
Colorado Avalanche received: Sven Andrighetto.
Winner: Avs get a great young player in Andrighetto, giving up a hefty bruiser to help Montreal get bigger.
Breakdown and analysis on the way!

Columbus acquires Quincey, March 1

Columbus Blue Jackets received: Kyle Quincey.
New Jersey Devils received: Dalton Prout.
Winner: Once a Blue Jackets regular, Prout hasn’t seen much action this season, but is contracted to next season, adding depth to New Jersey’s blue line. Quincey should be a decent third pairing dman for Columbus, enhancing their playoff bound team, which gives them the edge here.
Breakdown and analysis on the way!

Flyers swap Streit with the Bolts, March 1

Philadelphia Flyers received: Valtteri Filppula, 2017 fourth round selection, Conditional 2017 seventh round pick.
Tampa Bay Lightning received: Mark Streit.
Winner: Lightning get to free up a huge amount of cap space when Streit’s contract expires at the end of the season, most likely worth the cost
Breakdown and analysis on the way!

Nashville bolster bottom six, March 1

Nashville Predators received: P.A. Paranteau.
New Jersey Devils received: Sixth round pick.
Winner: It may boost the Preds, but New Jersey pulled Paranteau off of the waivers after the Islanders put him down, so the Devils are getting a late pick for free, basically.
Breakdown and analysis on the way!

Flames go big on top Senators prospect, March 1

Calgary Flames received: Curtis Lazar, Mike Kostka.
Ottawa Senators received: Jyrki Jokipakka, Second round pick.
Winner: Good returns on Curtis Lazar, but young forwards are thriving in Calgary, so the Sens may come to regret this.
Breakdown and analysis on the way!

 

Ryan Boonstra
Heya, name's Ryan, I'm a blogger from Edmonton, Alberta and I write for FansTalkSports.com. I mainly talk about hockey related topics but am also an avid football fan (go Patriots!).
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