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NHL Deadline Day Trade Tracker

by Mike Doyle and Katlyn Gambill / Minnesota Wild

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March 2

F Jared Knight
F Zack Phillips
The Wild and B's Exchange Forwards looking for a fresh start in their new organizations.
F Chris Stewart
2017 2nd-round pick For the third straight Deadline Day, the Wild picked up a forward from the Sabres. This year, Minnesota’s acquisition comes in the form of a power forward. The gritty wing has shown scoring touch in his career and looks to be rejuvenated on a team amidst a playoff push.
D Korbinian Holzer D Eric Brewer,
2016 5th Round Pick
Exchanging defensemen, Anaheim acquires a 27-year-old without much NHL experience, while the Leafs get a former standout with miles who’s on the downside of his career.
F Torrey MitchelL
F Jack Nevins, 2016 7th-round pick The fire sale in Buffalo continues as the Habs acquire a former Wild forward for a prospect and a pick. For the second straight year, Mitchell is moved on Deadline Day. The speedy wing grew up just outside of Montreal.
D Jordan Leopold D Justin Falk, 2015 5th Round Pick The Golden Valley native returns to the State of Hockey for the eighth stop in his NHL career. The left-handed shot will add depth and a veteran presence to the Wild’s blue line.
F Maxim Talbot,
F Paul Carey
F Jordan Caron,
2016 6th Round Pick
The Bruins get a gritty veteran forward with playoff experience in Talbot. The Avs get a former first rounder who hasn’t reached his potential with Boston in Caron.
F Sven Baertschi
2015 2nd Round Pick
Baertschi was a first-round pick in 2011, but has played in only 66 games with the Flames (8-20=28). A pending restricted free agent, the 22-year-old will get a change of scenery in Vancouver.
D James Wisniewski,
2015 3rd Round Pick
F Rene Bourque,
F William Karlsson,
2015 2nd Round Pick
Anaheim adds defenseman James Wisniewski, who has 8 goals and 21 assists this season. He has two more years left on a six-year contract. Columbus gets Rene Bourque, William Karlsson and a 2015 2nd-round pick in return.
D Mat Clark
F Michael Sgarbossa, , conditional 2015 7th round pick The clubs swap prospects without much NHL experience.
D Ben Lovejoy D Simon Depres The Pens must’ve missed Lovejoy, the blueliner played in the Steel City from 2008 to 2012. They swap defenseman with the Ducks, as Despres moves West. Seemingly blueliners, but Despres is eight years junior to Lovejoy.
F Olli Jokinen 2016 6th Round Pick (Conditional) Jokinen is moved for the second time this season, this time back to a contender. Once a two-way threat, the 36-year-old has seven points (3-4=7) in 54 games with Toronto and Nashville.
G David Leggio F Mark Louis The Isles and Yotes exchange prospects. Arizona gets a goaltender who’s never played in the NHL, while New York gets a big forward with no big-league games.
G Michal Neuvirth G Chad Johnson, 2015 3rd Round Pick Michael Neuvirth took over the starting goaltender gig for Buffalo in February, but will return to the backup position as heads to the Islanders. Neuvirth posted a .938 save percentage in February while Chad Johnson, who will go to Buffalo, has a .935 save percentage last month. He has one more year left on his contract.
F Tyler Kennedy 2016 3rd Round Pick (Conditional) New York gets a speedy center with playoff experience. Kennedy was a role player on the Pittsburgh Penguins 2009 Stanley Cup winning team. The forward never found a solid spot in SJ and is a pending unrestricted free agent.
D Marek Zidlicky 2016 3rd Round Pick The Wings get a right-handed shooter to the blue line. The former Wild defenseman can add a good shot and a puck moving presence to the Wings’ power play.
F Ben Smith F Andrew Desjardins San Jose and Chicago swapped forwards Andrew Desjardins and Ben Smith. Smith has five goals and nine points in 61 games this year while Desjardins has five goals and eight points in 56 games.
 F Dustin Jeffrey F Cory Conacher Conacher has had an up-and-down season with the Islanders and its AHL team in Bridgeport. The 25-year-old’s best year was in 2012-13, when he had nine goals and 24 points with Tampa, and was traded that season, too. The Canucks add some skill up front, but it comes in streaks.
D Ian Cole
D Robert Bortuzzo, 2016 7th-round pick After the Blues acquiring Michalek earlier today, it made Cole dispensable. The blueliner has four goals, nine points and a plus-16 rating in 54 games this season, career highs in goals and games played. St. Louis gets another big body up front with some grit.
F Freddie Hamilton
D Karl Stollery The Avs and Sharks swap a forward for a defenseman, both without much NHL experience. Stollery is 27 and played in seven career games, while Hamilton is 23 and put up decent offensive numbers in the AHL last season.
Zbynek Michalek (D), conditional draft pick Maxim Letunov (UDC) The Central Division continues to try and load up at the deadline, this time the Blues pick up another blueliner with size. The Yotes continue to move players, moving Michalek to St. Louis. The former Wild defenseman has eight points (2-6=8) in 53 games.
F Brian Flynn 2016 5th Round Pick The Habs make its second move of the day, picking up the 6-foot-1 forward from the selling Sabres. In his third season with Buffalo, Flynn posted 17 points (5-12=17) and will add depth as a role player amongst the Habs forwards.
D Jeff Petry 2015 2nd-round pick, 2015 conditional 5th-round pick Montreal picked up blueliner Jeff Petry and his four goals (15 points) in 59 games this season. The conditional 5th-round pick could be as as a 3rd-rounder depending on how the Canadiens perform in the postseason.
D Braydon Coburn D Radko Gudas, 2015 1-st round pick, 2015 3rd-round pick The Lightning gained veteran defenseman, Braydon Coburn, in an overnight trade that saw Radko Gudas and a pair of draft picks go to Philadelphia. In 39 games this season, Coburn has one goal and nine points. Gudas through two goals and three assists in 31 games played.
F Brett Connolly
2015 2nd-round pick, 2016 2nd-round pick
The Bruins made the first overnight move when Boston acquired speed on the wing with Brett Connolly. The 22 year-old has 12 goals and three assists in 50 games this season.

March 1

F Erik Cole, 2015 conditional 3rd-round pick D Mattias Backman, F Mattias Janmark, 2015 2nd-round pick With a playoff spot seemingly in tact, the Red Wings added a veteran forward in Erik Cole, who is in the final year of a four-year contract. The stars, sitting well out of a playoff spot, gained two prospects.
F James Sheppard 2016 4th-round pick James Sheppard joins the rangers after New york surrendered only a 4th-round pick in next year's draft to San Jose.
F Lee Stempniak
F Carl Klingberg The rangers kept working the trade phones by acquiring CARl lingberg, who has not registered a point in two games with winnipeg this season. The jets meanwhile, picked up veteran winger lee stempniak. The forward has 9 goals and 18 points with the rangers.
D John Moore, F Anthony Duclair, 2016 conditional 1st-round pick, 2015 2nd-round pick D Keith Yandle, D Chris Summers, 2015 4th-round pick After reaching the Stanley Cup Final last season, the Rangers are pushing all their chips in at the deadline and pull off one of the biggest deals of the trade season with Arizona. Yandle led the Coyotes in scoring with 41 points and is brought to the Blue Shirts to help quarterback the team’s power play. Along with a pair of picks, the Yotes acquire a top forward prospect in Anthony Duclair.
F Curtis Glencross 2015 2nd-round pick, 2015 3rd-round pick The Capitals acquire the pending free agent for a couple of picks, adding a strong forechecker who can chip in offensively. The forward had nine goals and 28 points with the Flames. He waived his no-trade clause to join the Caps in chase of a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.

Feb. 28

F Antoine Vermette D Klas Dahlbeck, 2015 1st-round pick With Patrick Kane out with an injury, the Blackhawks acquire one of the most skilled offensive players on the trade block. Vermette had 13 goals and 35 points with the Yotes and 190 goals and 430 points in his NHL career. 
F Tomas Fleischmann F Dany Heatley, 2015 3rd-round pick The Ducks add some skill and depth up front with Fleischmann. The 30-year-old had seven goals and 14 assists with the Panthers. After skating with the Wild for the previous three seasons, Heatley signed with the Ducks and was reassigned to Norfolk of the AHL earlier in the season.
D Tim Gleason D Jack Hillen, 2015 4th-round pick The Hurricanes continue to unload and Gleason joins a team amidst a playoff run in Washington. The 32-year-old should help provide some physicality on the blue line.

Feb. 27

D Kimmo Timonen 2015 2nd-round pick, 2016 conditional 4th-round pick Timonen has yet to play in a game this season due to blood clots in his leg and lungs. He began skating on his own on Feb. 6 and with the Flyers on Feb. 17. The 40-year-old has 117 goals and 454 assists (571 points) in 1,079 games with the Flyers and Nashville Predators.

Feb. 26

F David Clarkson F Nathan Horton The Jackets hope to acquire the pre-Toronto version of Clarkson. The gritty wing was highly scrutinized in Toronto and didn’t perform up to his big contract with the Leafs. Horton is on long-term Injured Reserve with a back injury.
F Jaromir Jagr 2015 2nd-round pick, 2016 3rd-round pick The Panthers add the age-less wonder, Jagr, for a stretch run in the Eastern Conference playoff race. The 43-year-old should help the Cats' PP and adds a veteran presence in the room. He ranks sixth on the NHL list with 716 goals, seventh with 1,068 assists, and fifth with 1,784 points.
T.J. Brennan
F Spencer Abbott The Leafs and Hawks exchange minor league prospects.
F Adam Cracknell Future Considerations Not a big move here, Cracknell had one assist and a minus-8 rating in 17 games with the Blue Jackets this season.

Feb. 25

D Andrej Sekera D Roland McKeown, Conditional 1st-round pick The Kings add a proven blueliner in Sekera in its attempt to repeat as Cup champs. The 28-year-old is coming off a career year last season and has been productive with the Canes, posting 19 points. He’ll be an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season.
F Daniel Winnik F Zach Sill, 2016 2nd-round pick, 2015 4th-round pick The Pens have an eye on a playoff run, while the Leafs have an eye on the future. Winnik will add depth amongst the Penguins and a proven penalty killer. The 29-year-old is a strong two-way player, chipping in 25 points (7-18=25) and a plus-15 rating with the Leafs. Before this season, Sill mostly bounced between the AHL and NHL.
F Jiri Tlusty 2016 3rd-round pick, Cond., 2015 6th-round pick The Cane are sellers this season, unloading forward Jiri Tlusty for a pair of picks. The 26-year-old wing helps bolster the Jets forward corps as the club tries to make a playoff run. He’ll fit in amongst the top-six forward and had 13 goals with the Hurricanes before being dealt.

Feb. 24

F Sean Bergenheim
2016 7th Round Pick

2016 3rd Round Pick
The Wild acquires hardworking, veteran wing Sean Bergenheim. The Helsinki, Finland native is a former Finnish National Team teammate of Wild captain Mikko Koivu. The 31-year-old had 18 points (8-10=18) in Florida this season.
F Devante Smith-Pelly F Jiri Sekac The Habs and Ducks swap young wingers with a year left on their contracts. Both players are 22 years old. Sekac is in his rookie season, a quick wing who has posted 16 points (7-9=16) in 50 games. Smith-Pelly is of a similar skill set with 17 points (5-12=17) this year.

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