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2013 Trade Deadline

No sleep till Broadway as Clowe debuts for Rangers

Wednesday, 04.03.2013 / 12:54 PM / 2013 Trade Deadline

Dan Rosen - NHL.com Senior Writer

Ryane Clowe will need a good pregame nap, but he should be ready Wednesday night to make his debut for the New York Rangers.

After saying some emotional goodbyes Tuesday, Clowe took the red-eye from San Jose to New York. Though bleary-eyed, he arrived Wednesday in time to take part in the Rangers' optional morning skate at the team's training facility in Greenburgh, N.Y.

Clowe, who was acquired Tuesday for three draft picks, expects to be on the ice at Madison Square Garden when the Rangers face the Pittsburgh Penguins (7:30 p.m. ET, NBCSN).

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Sharks get Hannan from Predators for pick

Wednesday, 04.03.2013 / 12:50 PM / 2013 Trade Deadline

NHL.com

The San Jose Sharks have acquired Scott Hannan from the Nashville Predators in return for a conditional seventh-round pick in the 2013 NHL Draft.

If Hannan appears in a Stanley Cup Playoff game for the Sharks, the pick becomes a sixth-rounder.

Hannan has one assist in 29 games this season. He has more than 900 regular-season games and 82 playoff contests on his resume.

Hannan was drafted by the Sharks in 1997 and spent parts of eight seasons with the franchise. He has played for four other teams in the past three seasons after being traded from Colorado to Washington during the 2010-11 season. Hannan went on to sign one-year contracts with Calgary and Nashville, respectively.

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Report: Kiprusoff decides to stay in Calgary

Wednesday, 04.03.2013 / 11:45 AM / 2013 Trade Deadline

NHL.com

Scratch one big name off the list of potentially available goaltenders on the day of the 2013 NHL Trade Deadline.

Calgary Flames goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff has decided he wants to stay with his team, TSN's Darren Dreger reported Tuesday morning. The 36-year-old has one year left on his contract beyond this season and carries a salary cap hit of $5.833 million.

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Big names remain, but many GMs made deals early

Tuesday, 04.02.2013 / 10:12 PM / 2013 Trade Deadline

Dan Rosen - NHL.com Senior Writer

The term Trade Deadline Day is outdated. From now on, this part of the regular season should be referred to as Trade Deadline Week. It's fairly obvious that general managers across the NHL don't want to wait until the last possible moment to pull off a deal, however big or small it is. 

Deadline Day isn't even here yet but starting with the Jarome Iginla blockbuster last Thursday morning (or Wednesday night, depending on where you live), 25 players and 16 draft picks have been exchanged in 15 trades involving 21 teams.

You can tack on three more players, including Brenden Morrow and Douglas Murray, plus four more draft picks, if you go back to March 24.

Even the media is struggling to keep up. There is barely enough time to write a story or publish a video about who could be on the move before one of those players is, in fact, moved.

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Canucks count on Roy to plug hole in the middle

Tuesday, 04.02.2013 / 9:14 PM / 2013 Trade Deadline

Kevin Woodley - NHL.com Correspondent

VANCOUVER -- Derek Roy isn't big in stature, but the Vancouver Canucks are counting on him to fill a gaping hole at center.

Struggling to score with two proven NHL centers in the lineup, the Canucks acquired 5-foot-8 Roy from the Dallas Stars on Tuesday in exchange for a second-round pick in the 2013 NHL Draft and defense prospect Kevin Connauton.

Roy, who said he is finally healthy after an early-season groin injury, is ready to fill that gap on a Canucks team that has scored more than two goals four times in the past 16 games -- and one of those included two empty-net goals -- even if he wasn't yet sure where or how much he will play.

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Expiring contracts led to Stars trading Jagr, Roy

Tuesday, 04.02.2013 / 8:52 PM / 2013 Trade Deadline

Steve Hunt - NHL.com Correspondent

FRISCO, Texas -- A full-blown youth movement is officially under way with the Dallas Stars. The trading of veterans Jaromir Jagr and Derek Roy on Tuesday drove that point home emphatically.

The Stars (16-16-3, 35 points) sat 12th in the Western Conference heading into play Tuesday and were three points behind the St. Louis Blues for the final Stanley Cup Playoff spot in the Western Conference.

But with the contracts of Jagr and Roy expiring at season's end and Dallas already having traded former captain Brenden Morrow to the Pittsburgh Penguins on March 24 (who also had an expiring contract), Dallas general manager Joe Nieuwendyk was able to move three potential free agents before the NHL Trade Deadline, and in each case the Stars got prospects and draft picks in return.

"It's my responsibility to assess where I feel our team is at. We've been in this position before over the last three years in my tenure," said Nieuwendyk, GM since May 2009. "I felt this year that it was an opportunity for us to move some expiring contracts along to receive some good young assets and picks in a very deep draft. It's a unique season with only 12 games remaining after the trade deadline, so I really felt this was an opportunity to put our organization in a good position moving forward."

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Blackhawks, Lightning swap prospects

Tuesday, 04.02.2013 / 8:38 PM / 2013 Trade Deadline

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The Chicago Blackhawks traded forward Philippe Paradis to the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday in exchange for the rights to unsigned defenseman Kirill Gotovets.

Paradis, 22, was playing with the Rockford IceHogs of the American Hockey League. In 36 AHL games this season, he had one goal, seven assists and 100 penalty minutes. The 6-foot-2, 212-pound wing was the Carolina Hurricanes’ first-round pick (No. 27) at the 2009 NHL Draft.

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Clowe traded to Rangers from Sharks for picks

Tuesday, 04.02.2013 / 8:33 PM / 2013 Trade Deadline

The New York Rangers acquired forward Ryane Clowe in a trade with the San Jose Sharks on Tuesday.

"We are extremely pleased to be able to acquire Ryane,” Rangers general manager Glen Sather said in a statement. "He is a unique combination of size, skill and toughness. His strong leadership and character make him a tremendous addition to our organization on and off the ice."

San Jose acquired New York's second-round selection in the 2013 NHL Draft, the Florida Panthers' third-round selection in 2013 (previously acquired by New York) and a conditional second-round selection in 2014.

Ryane Clowe
Left Wing - NYR
GOALS: 0 | ASST: 11 | PTS: 11
SOG: 65 | +/-: -4

"Ryane is a tremendously respected player and teammate, and an individual of outstanding character,” Sharks general manager Doug Wilson said on the team's website. “These deals involving players who have spent a substantial amount of time in and contributed much to San Jose are difficult, but it's also important for us to get value for a player who is set to be an unrestricted free agent."

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Avalanche trade Gaunce to Stars for Vincour

Tuesday, 04.02.2013 / 8:11 PM / 2013 Trade Deadline

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The Colorado Avalanche have traded defenseman Cameron Gaunce to the Dallas Stars in exchange for forward Tomas Vincour.

Gaunce, 23, was playing for the Lake Erie Monsters of the American Hockey League, where he had 60 points (51 assists), 272 penalty minutes and a plus-22 rating in 197 games. He appeared in 11 games for the Avalanche in 2010-11. He will be assigned to Texas.

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Bruins GM Chiarelli elated to land Jaromir Jagr

Tuesday, 04.02.2013 / 7:32 PM / 2013 Trade Deadline

Matt Kalman - NHL.com Correspondent

BOSTON – With the Boston Bruins ranked 12th in the NHL in goals per game entering action Tuesday night, and having scored two or fewer goals in six of its past seven games, general manager Peter Chiarelli did not halt his pursuit of offensive help after he was spurned by Jarome Iginla last week.

Chiarelli dealt a conditional 2013 NHL Draft pick and prospects Lane MacDermid and Corey Payne to the Dallas Stars to add the NHL's 10th all-time goal-scorer, Jaromir Jagr, to the team without removing a key piece of the regular lineup.

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