To bring you all the news from the trade deadline, NHL Live! will host a special four-hour Trade Show on Monday, running from noon-4 p.m. ET.
Some of the biggest newsmakers in the game will appear on the show, bringing viewers up to speed on all the day's trade action and breaking news as it happens. Hosts Don LaGreca, E.J. Hradek and Rob Simpson also will be speaking with players and team officials as well as media insiders who will offer their breakdowns on all the day's action.
In addition, NHL Live! will announce the 3 Stars of the Week, plus preview tonight's schedule of games.
Hockey fans in the United States will have a chance to see future NHL stars in the afternoon and the current crop of talent in the evening as the NHL Network offers an AHL-NHL twin bill on Sunday.
The action begins at 1 p.m. ET with a live telecast of an AHL game between the Manitoba Moose and Toronto Marlies. The Moose, Vancouver's top farm team, will be looking to avenge Saturday's 3-1 loss to the Maple Leafs' AHL affiliate.
John Davidson, the President of Hockey Operations for the St. Louis Blues, will be among the guests on NHL Live! on Monday, scheduled from noon-2 p.m. on NHL Network and NHL.com and broadcast on XM Radio.
Ice maven Dan Craig and former Calgary Flame and Montreal Canadien Brian Skrudland will be among Friday's guests on NHL Live!, scheduled from noon-2 p.m. on NHL Network and NHL.com and broadcast on XM Radio.
Craig has been supervising the installation of the ice for the Tim Hortons NHL Heritage Classic at Calgary's McMahon Stadium on Sunday. Skrudland, who played for both teams taking part in the outdoor contest, was a member of the Canadiens team that beat the Flames in the 1986 Final, but was on the losing side when the Flames exacted revenge three years later.
The 'Canes are raising their former captain's number to the rafters prior to Friday's home game against Philadelphia. It's appropriate that the Flyers are the visiting team -- Brind'Amour spent nine years in Philadelphia before being dealt to Carolina, where he led the Hurricanes to their only Stanley Cup in 2006. He retired this past summer.
Carolina, coming off a 3-2 loss at New Jersey on Wednesday, will be trying to end a nine-game losing streak against the Flyers when the puck drops at 8 p.m. ET. The NHL Network will show the game in the United States.
Toronto Maple Leafs General Manager Brian Burke will be among Thursday 's guests on NHL Live!, scheduled from noon-2 p.m. on NHL Network and NHL.com and broadcast on XM Radio.
Also scheduled to speak with co-hosts Don La Greca and E.J. Hradek are former Carolina captain Rod Brind'Amour, whose No. 17 will be retired by the Hurricanes on Friday night, as well as CBC analyst Kelly Hrudey and TV hockey analyst Mike Milbury.