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NHL.com's exclusive video of NHL General Managers
talking about the trade deadline and all that it entails.

Garth Snow (Islanders):
on trade deadline
on trades changing locker room dynamic
on what makes a good deal
Bryan Murray (Senators):
what he wants to on Tuesday
on making deals
on "slam dunk" deals
Don Waddell (Thrashers):
on this year's deadline being a catch-22
compares the deadline to the draft and free agent signings
Doug Wilson (Sharks):
on trade deadline "last chance to alter team"
on his deadline philosophy
on the GM meetings/dynamics b/w GMs
Jay Feaster (Lightning):
on the trade deadline
on this year's deadline philosophy
on a good deal
Don Maloney (Coyotes):
on Phoenix's trade deadline scenario
on dynamic between GMs while trying to make trades
on being an "apprentice" with the Islanders and Rangers
Lou Lamoriello (Devils):
on trade deadline preparation
on a good trade
Dale Tallon (Blackhawks):
on Tuesday's deadline
Brian Burke (Ducks):
on the trade deadline
on deadline philosophies
on fair deals
Peter Chiarelli (Bruins):
on his first deadline
on draft philosophy this year
on dynamic amongst GMs
Scott Howson (Blue Jackets):
on the deadline
on making trades
on good deals
Kevin Lowe (Oilers):
on trade deadline
on deadline philosophies
David Poile (Predators):
on trade deadline
on changing philosophies
on deadline pressure
Darcy Regier (Sabres):
on trade deadline
on weighing options
Doug Risebrough (Wild):
on trade deadline
on making deals
Jim Rutherford (Hurricanes):
on trade deadline
on his recent trade with Ottawa
Quote of the Day

I feel that responsibility, I've felt it for the last two years. We core guys get a lot of minutes, we get a lot of opportunity out there. Our teammates, the organization and fans look to us to be the guys to put the puck in the net and to create momentum out there.

— Jordan Eberle on taking his game and the Edmonton Oilers to the next level