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NHL Deadline Day Trade Tracker

by Mike Doyle & Kelly Erickson / Minnesota Wild

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March 5th

F James Livingston 2016 Conditional 7th Round Pick Again, a move for the Future. Livingston has 15 points and four goals in 53 games witH San Jose’s AHL affiliate this season.
F Jonathan Marchessault
F Dalton Smith
F Dana tyrell
D Matt Taormina
As both teams ready for a playoff push, they swapped Young Prospects for depth. Taormina has played in seven NHL games this season for the Lightning, registering five hits and six shots on goal. Tyrell seen action in 132 career games with tampa bay and New Jersey with four goals and 12 points. Machessault played in two NHL contests with the Blue Jackets last season recording one hit while smith has yet to make his debut.
F Matt Moulson
F Cody McCormick
F Torrey Mitchell
2014 2nd Round Pick
2016 2nd Round pick
For the second-consecutive year, the Wild and Sabres make a swap on Trade Deadline Day. Minnesota gets a goal scoring and a gritty forward. Moulson has a good shot and a nose for the net, ranking fourth in the NHL in power-play goals (47) and 16th in goals scored (129) since the start of the 2009-10 season. McCormickhas recorded 60 hits and 45 penalty minutes (PIM) in 29 games with Buffalo this season. Mitchell is a hard-working wing with speed, and notched 17 points (5-12=17) and 42 PIM in 103 games during his time with Minnesota.
F Lee Stempniak 3rd Round Pick Stempniak adds more depth and a veteran presence to the Penguins forward lines. In 52 games played with the Flames this season, he has 23 points and goth goals. The 31-year-old has 146 career goals and 330 points in 616 NHL games.
D Alex Grant F Andre Petersson The Ducks and Senators swapped prospects for depth going forward into the playoffs. Grant has two NHL games under his belt, with two goals in those outings. In return, the Ducks get Petersson, who has seen action in one NHL game.
G Jaroslav Halak
2015 3rd Round Pick
G Michal Nuevirth
D Rostislav Klesla
After a few days in Buffalo and no game appearances Halak moves to the Capitals. He is 24-9-4 this season with a 2.23 GAA and .917 SV%. He is exchanged with Neuvirth who is 4-6-2 this season with a 2.82 GAA and .914 SV% in 13 appearances. The Capitals also flipped Klesla who the acquired yesterday from Phoenix, where he played in 25 games this season.
F David Legwand F Patrick Eaves
F Calle Jarnkrok
3rd Round Pick
For the first time in his 15-year career, Legwand will don a different sweater from a Predators one. He leaves Nashville as the team’s leading scorer with 40 points, 10 goals, on the season. Eaves moves to Nashville with two goals and five points in 25 games this year with the Red Wings. Jarnkrok is also a young forward prospect.
F Thomas Vanek
2014 Conditional 5th Round Pick
F Sebastien Collberg
2014 Conditional 2nd Round Pick
Vanek moves to his third team of the season, the Canadiens. Vanek had 17 goals and 27 assists for 44 points in 47 games in his stint with New York. That was after posting four goals and nine points in 13 games with the Sabres. He is an unrestricted free agent after the season. Meanwhile, the Islanders get a young prospect in Collberg in return.
G Reto Berra 2014 2nd Round Pick The rookie goaltender has seen plenty of action with the Flames this season. In 29 games he has a 9-17-2 record with a .897 save percentage and a 2.95 goals-against average. Berra adds depth in net for the Avs, joining Semyon Varlamov and Jean-Sebastien Giguere.
G Tim Thomas G Dan Ellis After the Panthers acquired G Roberto Luongo yesterday, they swapped Thomas with Dallas’ Ellis. Thomas has a 16-20-3 record this season with a .909 save percentage and 2.87 goals-against average. Ellis is 5-6-0 this season in 14 appearances. He has a .900 sV% and a 3.04 GAA
D Andrej Meszaros 2014 3rd round Pick Meszaros brings depth to Bruins defense that lost Dennis Seidenberg to a knee injury in December. The defenseman played for Slovakia in the 2014 Olympics and has five goals and 12 assists in 38 games this season.
D Raphael Diaz 5th Round Pick Diaz joined the Canucks on Feb. 3 and just over a month later he moves to his third NHL team of the year, the New York Rangers. The defenseman has a goal, 12 assists and 13 points on the season in 46 games with the Canadiens and six with the Canucks.
D Nick schultz 2014 5th Round Pick Nick Schultz joins a Columbus defense that has been hit with injuries of late. Schultz has four assists this season through 60 games with the Oilers and is scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent this off-season.
F Marcel Goc 2014 5th Round pick
2015 3rd Round pick
 Pittsburgh adds some depth to it’s forwards. Goc has 11 goals and 23 points in 62 games played this season. The 30-year-old has 72 goals and 177 points.
F Marian Gaborik F Matt Frattin
2nd Round Pick
Conditional 3rd Round Pick
In desperate need of goal scoring, the Kings add explosive, yet often injured, forward Marian Gaborik from the Blue Jackets. Gaborik has six goals and 14 points in 22 games this season. He's a three-time 40 goal scorer and has lit the lamp 342 times in his career. Frattin has played in 40 games in LA this year, posting six points (2-4=6).
F Tuomo Ruutu F Andrei Loktionov
2017 Conditional 3rd-Round Pick
The Devils acquire Ruutu, who has averaged about .5 points per game in his NHL career. The 31-year-old helped Finland win a bronze medal in Sochi. He has two years remaining on his contract. Loktionov has 12 points (4-8=12) in 48 games with New Jersey. The 23-year-old is a restricted free agent at the end of the season.
G Devan Dubnyk Future Considerations Dubnyk moves for the second time this season, coming to Nashville from Edmonton. The move for depth was needed after Montreal placed starter Carey Price on Injured Reserve.
F Hudson Fasching
D Nicolas Delauriers
D Brayden mcnabb
Two 2nd Round Picks
Buffalo gets a pair of prospects in defenseman Deslauriers and Burnsville native Fasching, who is in his freshman season at the University of Minnesota. Fashing is third on the Gophers in scoring with 27 points (12-15=27). Kings acquire McNabb, a big blueliner with limited NHL experience. The 23-year-old has skated in 37 games over two seasons in Buffalo. 
2014 5th Round Pick
2015 3rd Round Pick
F Ales Hemsky The long-time Oliers Forward moves east for a pair of picks and coincidentally scored two goals against Ottawa yesterday. Adds offensive punch, but has seen his production decline with injuries since posting a 77 point season in 2005-06. Played well in the Olympics, representing the Czech Republic in Sochi, scoring three goals and an assist in five games. He is an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season.
F Martin St. Louis  F ryan Callahan
2015 1st Round Pick
2014 2nd Round Pick
An eye-popping first move of the day with teams swapping captains. There were rumors of a strained relationship between St. Louis and GM Steve Yzerman after his initial Olympic snub and this happens on the day Steven Stamkos is cleared to return from injury. A member of the Lightning since 2000, the forward helped the team to a Cup, was last season's Art Ross Trophy winner and won the Hart in 2003-04. Callahan is a two-way forward and an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season and would like a pay raise. The Rangers throw in a couple of high picks to sweeten the deal, but St. Louis is an offensive game-changer.   

March 4th

F Martin Erat
F John Mitchell
F Chris Brown
D Rostislav Klesla
2015 4th round Pick
Erat gets out of the Nation's capital after requesting a trade earlier this season. The forward has 23 helpers but only one goal in 53 games. The Caps get the help they need on the blue line with Klesla, but the 31-year-old will need to stay healthy down the stretch, appearing in 25 games this season. 
D David Rundblad
D Mathieu brisebois
2014 2nd Round Pick The Blackhawks get a pair of young blueliners for a second-rounder. Rundblad will be with his fourth organization (previously with STL, OTT and PHX) and has shown offensive skills as a blueliner, but is knocked for play in his own end. Brisebois is 21 and hasn't played in the NHL.  
G roberto Luongo
F Seven Anthony
G Jacob Markstrom
F Shawn Matthias
The big surprise of the day. After last summer's Vancouver goalie drama it looked like Bobby Lu would stay a Canuck, but returns to the Panthers, where he earned his first Vezina Trophy nomination in 2004. The Nucks get goaltending prospect, Markstrom, in return. the 24-year-old has appeared in 43 NHL games with a 11-25-5 record with a .898 GAA and 3.21 SV%.
D andrew macdonald 2014 3rd Round Pick
2015 2nd Round pick
F Matt Mangene
The Flyers acquire a veteran blueliner who worked his way up through the minors as a former sixth-round pick and becomes an unrestricted free-agent this summer. The 27-year-old turned down a contract extension from the Islanders earlier this season. The Islanders get a pair of picks and Mangene, former Maine Blackbear who has not appeared in an NHL game.
D Patrick Mullen F Jeff Costello The Sens and Nucks exchanger prospects. Mullen, a former Denver Pioneer, is a 27-year-old defenseman who has never played an NHL game. Costello skates for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish where he has 11 goals and eight assists.
D Stephane Robbidas 2014 Conditional 4th Round pick
The 37-year-old has been out since Oct. 28 with a broken leg. The long-time Dallas defender has played in 871 NHL games. The Stars acquire a fourth round pick in the 2014 entry draft. That could move up to a third round pick if the Ducks play at least two rounds in the playoffs and Robidas plays 50 percent of the playoff games.
G Viktor Fasth 2014 5th round pick
2015 3rd round pick
After moving Bryzgalov, the Oilers pick up the 31-year-old netminder. Fasth came out of nowhere last season with the Ducks, but his numbers have gone down significantly this year with Johas Hiller taking over as the team's number one goaltender.
G Ilya Bryzgalov 2014 4th round pick Minnesota gets a veteran backup for the emerging Darcy Kuemper. While it isn't a humongous big move, it became much more significant later in the afternoon after Wild GM Chuck Fletcher announced the team plans on shutting down veteran netminder Niklas Backstrom for the rest of the season.
F Dustin Penner 2014 4th Round pick The Caps get Penner on National Pancake Day (Google it). Penner is a two-time Stanley Cup winner and had 13 goals in 49 games with Anaheim this season. It was the first of a trio of moves on the day for the Ducks.
D Mike weaver 2015 5th Round pick The Habs upgrade its blueline with a shutdown veteran defenseman, Weaver. The 35-year-old is an unrestricted free agent who has played about 18 minutes a game in Florida. 

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