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Capitals acquire goalie Halak for Neuvirth, Klesla

Wednesday, 03.05.2014 / 6:05 PM / 2014 Trade Deadline

Adam Kimelman - NHL.com Deputy Managing Editor

Jaroslav Halak
Goalie - WSH
RECORD: 24-9-4
GAA: 2.23 | SVP: 0.917
PHILADELPHIA -- The Washington Capitals on Wednesday acquired goaltender Jaroslav Halak and a third-round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft in a trade with the Buffalo Sabres for goaltender Michal Neuvirth and defenseman Rostislav Klesla.

Halak joined the Sabres on Friday as part of the trade that sent Ryan Miller and Steve Ott to the St. Louis Blues. Halak leaves Buffalo without playing a game for the Sabres; he was the backup to Jhonas Enroth on Monday against the Dallas Stars.

"He's played well in Montreal, he's played well in St. Louis, and we hope he can come here and play well," Capitals general manager George McPhee told reporters at Kettler Capitals Iceplex in Arlington, Va. "He's a good goalie and he can get hot. The objective was to try to upgrade the tandem and we did."

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Panthers trade goalie Thomas to Stars

Wednesday, 03.05.2014 / 5:19 PM / 2014 Trade Deadline

NHL.com

One day after acquiring Roberto Luongo, the Florida Panthers traded goaltender Tim Thomas to the Dallas Stars for goaltender Dan Ellis.

Thomas was 16-20-3 with a .909 save percentage and 2.87 goals-against average this season for the Panthers. He did not play in 2012-13, but returned to the NHL on a one-year contract with Florida.

"Tim is a proven goaltender in this League that has won the big games when they matter the most," Stars general manager Jim Nill said in a statement. "We have 20 games left in just 39 days, including four sets of back-to-back situations, and adding a player of Tim's caliber helps our depth at the goaltender position."

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Vanek traded to Canadiens by Islanders

Wednesday, 03.05.2014 / 4:56 PM / 2014 Trade Deadline

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The New York Islanders traded Thomas Vanek to the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday for a second-round draft pick and forward prospect Sebastian Collberg.

Vanek is scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent after the season. He turned down a contract extension from the Islanders last month because he appears intent on testing his market value when the free-agent signing period opens July 1.

"Right now my mind is just racing a little bit," Vanek told TSN. "... This is pretty fresh to me, but never say never."

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Kings acquire Gaborik from Blue Jackets

Wednesday, 03.05.2014 / 4:54 PM / 2014 Trade Deadline

Dan Rosen - NHL.com Senior Writer

The Los Angeles Kings have acquired Marian Gaborik from the Columbus Blue Jackets.

The Columbus Blue Jackets traded right wing Marian Gaborik to the Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday.

Matt Frattin, a second-round pick and a third-round pick are heading back to the Blue Jackets in the trade. The third-round pick turns into a second-round pick if the Kings win one round in the Stanley Cup Playoffs or if Gaborik, an upcoming unrestricted free agent, re-signs with L.A., according to the Columbus Dispatch.

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Lightning trade St. Louis to Rangers for Callahan

Wednesday, 03.05.2014 / 2:30 PM / 2014 Trade Deadline

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The New York Rangers landed one of the best players available on NHL Trade Deadline day, acquiring forward Martin St. Louis from the Tampa Bay Lightning for forward Ryan Callahan, a first-round pick and a conditional second-round choice Wednesday.

Not only is it rare for teams to trade captains, but each team is among the contenders in the Eastern Conference. Tampa Bay general manager Steve Yzerman confirmed St. Louis had requested a trade, and Callahan will be an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season.

The first-round pick is in the 2015 NHL Draft and the conditional second-round selection is in 2014. The second-round pick becomes a first-round pick if the Rangers reach the Eastern Conference Final this season. Also, if Callahan signs a contract with the Lightning, the Rangers would receive Tampa Bay's second-round pick in 2015 in exchange for New York's seventh-round choice in 2015.

"I think right now, you get down there and get settled and maybe get used to my surroundings, and then once that happens, I'm open to anything," Callahan told TSN. "If that's contract talks, it is, but if not, then we see what happens in July."

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Analysis: St. Louis may be missing piece for Rangers

Wednesday, 03.05.2014 / 1:25 PM / 2014 Trade Deadline

Dan Rosen - NHL.com Senior Writer

Martin St. Louis
Right Wing - NYR
GOALS: 29 | ASST: 32 | PTS: 61
SOG: 167 | +/-: 12
The New York Rangers should go from being a bubble team to a lock to make the Stanley Cup Playoffs this season with the acquisition of Martin St. Louis on Wednesday.

The dynamic 38-year-old right wing is an upgrade over Ryan Callahan, the player shipped to the Tampa Bay Lightning in the blockbuster trade, and a major addition to a top-six forward group that now has enough speed and skill on the wings to match any team in the Eastern Conference.

St. Louis has 29 goals and 61 points in 62 games this season. He should slot into Callahan's former spot as the right wing on New York's second line with Carl Hagelin and Brad Richards, his close friend and former Stanley Cup-winning teammate in Tampa Bay.

The Rangers' first line already featured dynamic speed, skill and power with Derek Stepan playing between Rick Nash and Chris Kreider. St. Louis will give the Rangers' more scoring pop than Callahan did on the second line, and he should improve their power play, which is ranked 10th in the NHL at 20.3 percent.

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Teammates reunite in latest 'NHL Revealed'

Wednesday, 03.05.2014 / 1:00 PM / NHL Revealed: A Season Like No Other

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NEW YORK/TORONTO – A new episode of NHL Revealed™: A Season Like No Other™ debuts tonight, March 5, at 10:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN (immediately following the NBCSN broadcast of Washington Capitals vs. Philadelphia Flyers at 8:00 p.m.), and tomorrow, March 6, at 10:00 p.m. ET on CBC. The sixth episode in the series re-airs on Sportsnet on Sunday, March 9, at 9:00 p.m. local and on NHL Network™-U.S. on Monday, March 10 at 4:00 p.m. ET.

This week's episode features teammates reuniting after competing against each other in the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics to gear up for the stretch run to the 2014 Stanley Cup® Playoffs, as well as last weekend's tentpole events – the 2014 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series™ game in Chicago and the 2014 Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic™ in Vancouver.

Viewers will get an inside look at the Blackhawks® and Penguins® going head-to-head under blustery conditions at Chicago's Soldier Field, as Pittsburgh's Sidney Crosby faced former Olympic teammate Jonathan Toews of Chicago for the first time ever in an NHL regular-season game. Cameras also went behind the scenes in Vancouver as the Canucks® hosted the Ottawa Senators® in front more than 54,000 fans in BC Place for a game that held extra importance for two clubs striving to secure their place in the postseason.

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Senators acquire forward Hemsky from Oilers

Wednesday, 03.05.2014 / 12:45 PM / 2014 Trade Deadline

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The Ottawa Senators on Wednesday acquired forward Ales Hemsky from the Edmonton Oilers in exchange for a third-round and fifth-round draft pick.

Hemsky scored two goals and was named the game's first star Tuesday in a 3-2 win against the Senators.

Hemsky, 30, has spent all 11 seasons in the NHL with the Oilers. He has been the target of trade rumors for the past few years. He was selected in the first round (No. 13) of the 2001 NHL Draft by Edmonton.

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Boyes, Panthers agree to two-year contract extension

Wednesday, 03.05.2014 / 12:13 PM / 2014 Trade Deadline

NHL.com Staff

The Florida Panthers agreed to terms on a two-year contract extension with forward Brad Boyes, general manager Dale Tallon confirmed Tuesday night.

Boyes leads the Panthers with 17 goals and is tied for second with 28 points.

"We are pleased to have Brad back for the next two seasons," Tallon said. "He has played an important role in our club's offense this year, leading our team in goals, while also performing well in shootouts. We look forward to his continued contributions to our organization."

A first-round pick (No. 24) of the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 2000 NHL Draft, the 31-year-old has career totals of 185 goals and 435 points in 665 games for the San Jose Sharks, Boston Bruins, St. Louis Blues, Buffalo Sabres, New York Islanders and Panthers.

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On the 'D'-Fence: Trade deadline brings fantasy hope

Wednesday, 03.05.2014 / 12:00 PM / Fantasy Hockey Draft Rankings, Advice and Analysis

Brian Metzer - NHL.com Correspondent

The NHL is always exciting, but it gets even more so a few days during the year. We'll call those days the "hockey holidays," and they come in the form of the NHL Draft, the start of free agency and the one we are celebrating Wednesday, the NHL Trade Deadline.

The hockey holidays provide an opportunity for all teams, be they buyers or sellers, to give their fans hope. The goal might be a Stanley Cup championship this season or the hopes of building toward one in a year or two, but hope is at the heart of it all.

That holds true for your fantasy team as well and you are probably gearing up for a trade deadline of your own, so today we'll look at a few defensemen who have been or could be moved and how they could help your team moving forward.

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Quote of the Day

Obviously a lot happened in a short period of time. At the end of the day, considering everything I went through, I really felt close to my teammates and I really feel like what we accomplished, I know we didn't win it all. ... I'm really proud of how we got there and what we did once we got there.

— Rangers forward Martin St. Louis to Jim Cerny of BlueshirtsUnited.com