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Deadline Snapshot: Where teams stand

Big names, prospects and draft picks have been dealt. Whether you need to catch up on the deals or want to see exactly what every team accomplished, here's a quick snapshot -- and analysis -- of what went down on the trade market:

Team Incoming Assets
Outgoing Assets
Analysis
Francois Beauchemin
Jarkko Ruutu
Brad Winchester
Joel Perrault
No. 7 pick in 2011*
No. 5 pick in 2011
No. 7 pick in 2011
No. 3 pick in 2012
Joffrey Lupul
Paul Mara
Aaron Voros
Jake Gardiner
Maxim Lapierre
MacGregor Sharp

No. 6 pick in 2011
No. 3 pick in 2012
No. 4 pick in 2013*
Ducks added a veteran defenseman (one they know well) while offloading a big contract. Basically swapped one feisty player for two at the cost of a No. 6 pick. Loss of quality D prospect platable becasuse of Fowler, Sbisa development.
Blake Wheeler
Mark Stuart
Radek Dvorak
Ben Maxwell
Brett Festerling
No. 4 pick in 2011
No. 5 pick in 2011
Rich Peverley
Niclas Bergfors
Brent Sopel
Freddy Modin
Boris Valabik
Patrick Rissmiller
Nigel Dawes
Drew MacIntyre
Took advantage of Bruins need at center to add big forward and phyiscal defenseman, but it cost a cheap, productive player to do so. Also dealt a young, out of favor forward for a veteran to try and breathe life into playoff hopes.
Tomas Kaberle
Chris Kelly
Rich Peverley
Boris Valabik
Anton Khudobin
Blake Wheeler
Mark Stuart
Joe Colborne
Jeff Penner
Mikko Lehtonen
No. 1 pick in 2011
No. 2 pick in 2011
No. 2 pick in 2012*
Pushed some serious chips into the middle to add the best power-play QB available and to boslter the depth at center for a Cup run.
Brad Boyes
No. 2 pick in 2011 New owner Terry Pegula said he wants to add, and the Sabres did just that by dealing for Brad Boyes.
Freddy Modin
No. 7 pick in 2011
GM Jay Feaster didn't want to alter his roster much and he accomplished a boost in depth without doing so.
Cory Stillman
Bryan Allen
Derek Joselin
No. 2 pick in 2012
Ian White
Sergei Samsonov
Ryan Carter
No. 5 pick in 2011
Future considerations
Turned to an old friend to bolster the forward depth. Also essentially swapped White for Allen while improving three rounds in the draft.
Michael Frolik
Chris Campoli
Alexander Salak
Jack Skille
David Pacan
Ryan Potulny
Hugh Jessiman
No. 2 pick in 2011
Picked up a young, skilled forward that had fallen out of favor and a goalie prospect without paying much. Then addressed a need on defense but did pay for that.
Erik Johnson
Brian Elliott
Jay McClement
Shawn Belle
No. 1 pick in 2011 or 2012
Chris Stewart
Kevin Shattenkrik
Craig Anderson
Kevin Montgomery
No. 2 pick in 2011 or 2012
Acquired a potential franchise defenseman but paid a big price to do so; also dealt one disappointing goalie for another, younger one
Scottie Upshall
Sami Lepisto
Michael Chaput
Greg Moore
Rostislav Klesla
Tom Sestito
Dane Byers
Moved out the longest-tenured player in the organization, but added a replacement via waivers (Craig Rivet) and Upshall could help the offense
Alex Goligoski
James Neal
Matt Niskanen
Dealt from a position of strength (young forwards) to address a need (offensive defenseman)
None None Lack of cap space (and needs) prevented any moves from the Wings
Colton Teubert
No. 1 pick in 2011
No. 3 pick in 2012*
Kevin Montgomery
Dustin Penner
Shawn Belle
Collected a nice return for Penner -- basically two first-round picks with a third pick tossed in
Alexander Sulzer
Tim Kennedy
Ryan Carter
Niclas Bergfors
Patrick Rissmiller
Jake Hausworth
Sergei Samsonov
Evan Oberg
No. 3 pick in 2011
No. 3 pick in 2011
No. 5 pick in 2011
No. 3 pick in 2011
Bryan McCabe
Cory Stillman
Radek Dvorak
Dennis Wideman
Bryan Allen
Chris Higgins
Michael Frolik
Alexander Salak
No. 5 pick in 2011
No. 7 pick in 2012*
With a number of moves Monday, Florida GM Dale Tallon completely cleaned house. While Tomas Vokoun, David Booth and Stephen Weiss are still on the roster and could serve as major building blocks for the future, Tallon also acquired players with potential, such as Bergfors, a net gain of two draft picks over the next few seasons and, perhaps most importantly, an enormous amount of cap space.
Dustin Penner
Colton Teubert
No. 1 pick in 2011
No. 3 pick in 2012*
Los Angeles made the biggest move of the deadline by picking up Penner from Edmonton. With the winger in tow, the Kings could be loaded for a playoff run in the West.
Mikko Lehtonen
Jeff Penner
Anton Khudobin
A minor deal, the Wild add depth to their minor league system.
Brent Sopel
Paul Mara
Nigel Dawes
Drew MacIntyre
Ben Maxwell
Brett Festerling
No. 4 pick in 2011
No. 5 pick in 2012
Without giving up much in value, the Canadiens managed to gain some necessary depth on the blue line.
Mike Fisher
No. 1 pick in 2011
No. 2 or 3 pick in 2012*
Fisher makes a lot of sense now and in the future -- extra pick worth it if conditions (playoff success) met
Jay Leach
Steve Zalewski
David Steckel
No. 2 pick in 2012
Patrick Davis
Mike Swift
Jason Arnott
After debating whether or not to trade the veteran center, GM Lou Lamoriello decided to deal Arnott, but feels Steckel brings back solid value that doesn't end New Jersey's hopes of a miracle playoff berth.
Al Montoya
No. 6 pick in 2011
New York was rumored to be moving Zenon Konopka at certain points on deadline day, but ultimately decided the price was not worth trading the physical center.
Bryan McCabe
John Mitchell
Tim Kennedy
No. 3 pick in 2011
No. 7 pick in 2012
After boosting the defense with McCabe, New York also added forward depth at relatively little cost.
Craig Anderson
Ryan Potulny

No.1 pick in 2011
No. 2 pick in 2011
No. 2 pick in 2011*
No. 6 pick in 2011
No. 6 or 7 pick in 2011
No. 2 or 3 in 2012*

Mike Fisher
Chris Kelly
Jarkko Ruutu
Alex Kovalev
Brian Elliott
Chris Campoli

No. 7 pick in 2012*
GM Bryan Murray broke apart his roster in the week leading up to the deadline, but with several picks and ample cap space coming back in return, the Sens could be in for a franchise-changing draft in Minnesota this June.
Kris Versteeg
Tom Sestito
Michael Chaput
Greg Moore
No. 1 pick in 2011
No. 3 pick in 2011
The Flyers already made one of the deepest rosters in the League deeper with Versteeg. Sestito only adds more depth ahead of a potential Cup run.
Rostislav Klesla
Dane Byers
No. 6 pick in 2011
Scottie Upshall
Sami Lepisto
Al Montoya
Upshall and Lepisto had been contributors in Phoenix, but ultimately the Coyotes felt Klesla would give them more strength on the blue line.
James Neal
Alex Kovalev
Matt Niskanen
Alex Goligoski
No. 6 or 7 pick in 2011
Restocked at forward to combat injuries, GM Ray Shero stood pat on deadline day despite rumors linking the Pens to Jason Arnott.
Ian White
Patrick Davis
Mike Swift
Future considerations
Derek Joselin
Jay Leach
Steve Zalewski
No. 2 pick in 2011
Grabbed a veteran defenseman with some offensive punch, as San Jose looks to finally deliver on the potential of multiple postseason runs cut short.
Chris Stewart
Kevin Shattenkirk
No. 2 pick in 2011 or 2012
No. 2 pick in 2011
No. 3 pick in 2012
Erik Johnson
Jay McClement
Brad Boyes
Brad Winchester
No. 1 pick in 2011 or 2012
St. Louis got a nice return for Winchester in its trade with Anaheim, and already stocked itself for the future with Chris Stewart an impressive young d-man Kevin Shattenkirk.
Eric Brewer
Brock Beukeboom
No. 3 pick in 2011
Another team that went and grabbed a quality defenseman early on
Joffrey Lupul
Joe Colborne
Jake Gardiner
Aaron Voros
No. 1 pick in 2011
No. 1 pick in 2011
No. 3 pick in 2011
No. 2 pick in 2012*
No. 7 pick in 2012
No. 4 pick in 2013*
Tomas Kaberle
Francois Beauchemin
Kris Versteeg
John Mitchell
No. 7 pick in 2011*
Toronto added a strong young forward in Colborne while also acquiring a number of draft picks for a hefty price in Kaberle. While the Leafs dealt their dynamic defenseman, GM Brian Burke has stocked the team with a number pieces to build with for the future.
Chris Higgins
Maxim Lapierre
MacGregor Sharp
Evan Oberg
Joel Perrault
No. 3 pick in 2012
No. 3 pick in 2013
A team with no significant holes, Vancouver will be even better when winger Chris Higgins returns from injury.
Dennis Wideman
Jason Arnott
David Steckel
Jake Hauswirth
No. 3 pick in 2011
No. 2 pick in 2012
After adding Marco Sturm through waivers, the Caps bolstered their blue line with Wideman while adding a big body to anchor their second line in Arnott.

       *Conditional draft pick




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