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Who did what at the Trade Deadline?
Which NHL's teams made - or didn't make - moves leading up to Monday's Trade Deadline?

The NHL's hottest team since Jan. 1 stayed put, confident it can close the playoff gap with the current Ducks' flock.
General manager Peter Chiarelli added veteran depth with three Monday acquisitions.
The Sabres offloaded key talent on Monday, but GM Darcy Regier promised Buffalo's return has them sitting pretty.
Flames GM Jay Feaster kept his team intact at the deadline, saying "We believe the answers are still in that room."
Happy with the team that has improved under midseason coaching replacement Kirk Muller, the Hurricanes and GM Jim Rutherford made no Monday moves.
Unlike its Central Division rival Nashville, Chicago remained relatively quiet on Monday, acquiring only Winnipeg's puck-moving defenseman Johnny Oduya for two 2013 NHL Draft picks.
Buoyed by three straight wins, the Avalanche dealt two forwards to San Jose in exchange for physical winger Jamie McGinn.
Despite dealing a number of key parts ahead of the deadline, the Jackets kept hot target Rick Nash -- even after the Columbus captain submitted a trade request -- through Monday's deadline.
With four straight wins heading into Monday, the Stars were content to stay quiet at the deadline.
The Red Wings opened the door for young blueliners to enter the fold by unloading Mike Commodore to Tampa Bay.
The Oilers acquired Nick Schultz from the Minnesota Wild, adding a "steady, durable" presence to the defensive line.
The surprising Florida Panthers, first in the Southeast with a fourth of the season to play, were happy to avoid deadline-mania.
Hours before the deadline, the Wild shored up their defense with two blueliners -- one for the present and one for the future.
Desperate to begin his team's rebuilding process, Habs GM Pierre Gauthier was only able to unload forward Andrei Kostitsyn to Nashville.
Devils GM Lou Lamoriello made his moves early, leaving the New Jersey front office quiet throughout Monday.
David Poile had a busy Monday reorganizing his Predators for a Stanley Cup run.
The Senators swapped Brian Lee for Tampa Bay's Matt Gilroy, adding yet another defenseman with scoring capability.
After picking up Pavel Kubina and Nicklas Grossman last week, the Flyers were happy with a stress-free deadline day.
The League's hottest team didn't stir on Monday, not wanting to risk disrupting the current team chemistry.
The Pens made no moves, with GM Ray Shero echoing a common refrain: "I like our team and I believe in our hockey team."
After trading goalie Ben Bishop on Sunday, Monday's trade deadline passed quietly under the Gateway Arch.
Reeling from recent struggles, the Sharks reinforced their attack by adding Colorado wingers T.J. Galiardi and Daniel Winnik.
Lightning GM Steve Yzerman addressed his team's defensive needs, adding three blueliners -- two veterans and a top prospect -- hours before the deadline.
GM Brian Burke made no deadline moves, insisting he believes the current team can snap the Leafs' protracted postseason drought.
The Canucks dealt promising young center Cody Hodgson, but bolstered their lineup with three important acquisitions.
Despite hints that the Capitals would move veterans Mike Knuble and Roman Hamrlik, those two and the rest of Washington's dressing room remain intact.
The Jets lost Johnny Oduya to Chicago, but earned two draft picks -- and filled the immediate defensive gap by claiming Columbus' Grant Clitsome off waivers.
Quote of the Day

I'm hoping Bob [Murray] didn't go out and get Dany Heatley just to get someone. I'm sure he's excited and motivated.

— Anaheim Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau on general manager Bob Murray's decision to sign Dany Heatley