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Trade Deadline '10 - official thread - (Deadline passed - probably no more deals)

The NHL Trade Deadline has passed. By now it's very likely that there are no more deals to announce

It's that time of the year again. The day where hockey fans hunker into their computer chairs or (if you're in Canada) recliners to anxiously await the annual flurry of late-season moves designed to push teams into the playoffs, over the top, or into a greater amount of future wealth (picks/prospects). Mystery! Intrigue! Suspense! Surprise! Descriptive nouns with exclamation marks! What else could you ask for?

So once again it's time for that HF Sharks board standard: The trade deadline GDT. It's my 3rd year back to lay out a Shark-centric HQ for everything deadline related. Below you'll find a laundry list of info links for deadline news, rumors, and speculation. You'll also see my list for the 15 most rumored names in the mill with a breakdown of their vital info. And of course I'll also keep up a tracker that is as up-to-date as possible with moves across the league.

That said I've learned from my mistakes of the past and this year we're going with a stripped down GDT that has less images because of the strain on peoples' bandwidth as they refresh and the fact that the boards are unstable and prone to shutting down functions or crashing outright.

But anyway, on with the info:

TV Broadcast info
In Canada:
TSN will be covering the deadline from 5am PT (8am ET) until probably close to 2 or 3pm PT (5-6pm ET) It will also be streamed live on TSN.ca
Rogers Sportsnet and The Score both also have trade deadline coverage, but to be blunt, they suck. You're better off watching TSN.

In the US:
NHL Network will be covering the deadline from 7am PT (10am ET) until 3pm PT (6pm ET), probably piggybacking on TSN's broadcast. I don't know if there's a US streaming option or if US viewers will be able to watch the TSN.ca stream.


USEFUL LINKS

Capgeek, the best, most complete NHL salary and salary cap info site out there (and the source I used for all the financial info you see here)

LadyStanley's rumor compilation twitter feed

NHL.com's deadline blog (discussion of any player news that happens around the deadline)

TSN NHL home page
TSN Tradecentre home page
TSN Trade Deadline Playbooks - Western Conference | Eastern Conference
TSN transaction archive (trades completed since the start of this season)
TSN anchor Jay Onrait's bizarre deadline blog (mostly a humor piece revolving around deadline coverage at TSN)
TSN's official twitter feed
Bob McKenzie's official twitter feed
Darren Dreger's official twitter feed

TSN.ca's home page will link you to their trade tracker and live streaming coverage.

Sportsnet NHL home page
Sportsnet's trade tracker
Sportsnet's team needs - Western Conference | Eastern Conference

ON THE BLOCK (15 players who figure to be heavily in play leading up to the deadline)

 
Player:Biron, MartinCorvo, JoeFrolov, AlexanderHalak, JaroslavHamhuis, Dan
Team:IslandersHurricanesKingsCanadiensPredators
Position:GDLW/RWGD
Age:3232272427
Cap Hit:$1.4m$2.625m$2.9m$775k$2.0m
Contract Duration:Expiring (UFA)Expiring (UFA)Expiring (UFA)Expiring (RFA)Expiring (UFA)
NTC/NMC:NoneNoneNoneNoneNone
09-10 Stats:4-11-2, 3.24GAA, .900Sv%33GP, 4G-8A-12P, 10PIM60GP, 13G-24A-37P, 22PIM17-10-2, 2.56GAA,.920Sv%57GP, 4G-12A-16P, 40PIM
Why he might be traded:With Rick DiPietro returning to the Isles crease after his recovery from injury, New York has a logjam of NHL caliber goalies and someone has to go. Biron is the more attractive acquisition between him and Dwayne Roloson given that he is younger and on an expiring and more cap-friendly deal. There are plenty of teams looking to shore up their goaltending and Biron just might be the best option left on the market.Carolina is sitting waaaaay down at the bottom of the league, so it might be in their best interest to jettison whatever expensive assets they have to swell their prospect and draft pick pool in order to start the rebuild early enough to still include the likes of Cam Ward and Eric Staal in it. Corvo's status as a solid offensive d-man on a pretty economical contract compared to others of his play style (*cough*Campbell*cough*) means that teams who are not on Kaberle's list of preferred destinations, or who don't have the cap space for the Czech, might see Corvo as a good plan B.At times it appears the LA coaching staff has had it with Frolov. He's struggling to produce consistently and while he's teased with a couple of 30-goal seasons, this year he's on pace to maybe hit 20. This would also seem to be somewhat of a norm for him, as his career so far has alternated 20 and 30 goal seasons since the lockout (going 21, 35, 23, 32, and currently 13 goals). But he' still fairly young and there aren't a lot of guys with recent 30 goal seasons on their resumes. Los Angeles also might want to use him as a big bargaining chip to help plug other holes in their roster as they battle for playoff positioning. His contract situation and struggles with consistency also might be something that pushes Frolov into the camp of "guys who could be lured to the KHL" which might push the Kings to get rid of him before he's gone for good.Montreal isn't big enough for both Halak and Price, so it seems plausible that one of them is traded out of town before both become RFAs this summer. Halak could be that guy because he's performing better in the present, is on a cheper current contract, and badly wants the chance to be a starter which he may not get as long as the Habs have their wagon hitched to Carey Price.The Preds are reportedly very far apart on terms for a new contract, so if it looks like Hamhuis won't be part of their future it would do them good to deal him now and get some return. Nashville also has the flexibility to make a deal involving Hamhuis because of their embarassment of riches on the blueline. They could part with the talented d-man and still have Shea Weber, Ryan Suter, newly-acquired Denis Grebeshkov, and Kevin Klein anchoring the D, along with prospects Alex Sulzer, Cody Franson, Jon Blum and Teemu Laakso capable of filling spots now or in the near future.
Why he might not be traded:Teams might want Roloson. Regardless of who the Isles deal, they still need someone to share the crease with DiPietro so there won't likely be a pair of goalie trades off Long Island. Biron's lack of playoff experience and success (his two trips with Philly in the last couple of years were his first forays into the NHL playoffs and he only has 6 PO seasons dating back to his QMJHL days) might hurt his attractiveness to playoff-bound teamsWhile it would take a significant miracle for the Canes to get to the playoffs, if Carolina wants to remain competitive Corvo would be someone who could help them do that.Like was said above, there aren't a lot of players out there with recent 30-goal seasons to their credit. And while Frolov tends to yo-yo in his output levels, he can produce the kind of offence that would be hard to replace. His uneven performance might also create an opportunity to retain him at a lower cost than other high-end goal scorers if the Frolov-Murray relationship hasn't entirely soured yet.There's an alternate school of thought that says the Habs might be crushing Price under the weight of expectations and that it would do him some good to get out of Montreal. Also factor in that financially Halak would be desirable to keep since the team has spent a lot of money on its skaters and Halak is almost certain to get a smaller contract than Price when it comes time to negotiate a new deal, and the Slovakian 'tender makes financial sense for the team to hang on to. Of course, tehre's also the possibility that Montreal keeps both and decides to sort things out in the off-season since they're not in danger of losing the rights to either goalie.If Nashville is serious about trying to contend this season, having a strong defensive unit will be important. Pekka Rinne and Dan Ellis are fine goalies, but neither is elite and so being able to field the strongest group of blueliners possible will shield them from the stronger offences of the western conference, such as San Jose or Detroit. Hamhuis would be a bigger impact in that regard than anyone they might replace him with.
StatusUnchangedTraded to WashingtonUnchangedUnchangedNo longer available


 
Player:Kaberle, TomasModin, FredrikMoreau, EthanMueller, PeterPonikarovsky, Alexei
Team:Maple LeafsBlue JacketsOilersCoyotesMaple Leafs
Position:DLW/RWLWC/WLW
Age:3135342129
Cap Hit:$4.25m$3.25m$2.0m$1.7m$2.105m
Contract Duration:Through 10-11 (UFA)Expiring (UFA)Through 10-11 (UFA)Expiring (RFA)Expiring (UFA)
NTC/NMC:Conditional NTC (he may submit a list of 10 teams he will accept a trade to. If the Leafs fail to make the playoffs this season, a window opens up between the 2010 entry draft and August 15 in which his NTC is fully suspended)NoneNoneNoneNone
09-10 Stats:61GP, 6G-40A-46P, 18PIM23GP, 2G-4A-6P, 12PIM60GP, 6G-7A-13P, 54PIM53GP, 4G-12A-16P, 8PIM61GP, 19G-22A-41P, 44PIM
Why he might be traded:Toronto is out of the playoff picture and having dealt their 1st round pick (which could have potentially netted the team a high-impact prospect like Taylor Hall, Tyler Seguin, or Cam Fowler) to Boston for Phil Kessel, they're going to want some young assets to help the rebuild around Phil Kessel, Tyler Bozak, Dion Phaneuf, and company. Kaberle is their biggest ticket item and now it appears that he is finally willing to waive his no trade clause and allow the Leafs to deal him for the future. While Kaberle's name has surfaced almost every deadline for the past few seasons, it appears that this might be the season where it finally happens.Modin is a grizzled veteran who could provide some secondary offensive pop to a team looking for someone to plug in to a lower line. With his long career and injury history this is likely Modin's last significant crack at the Stanley Cup so he might find a brief resurgence as he goes for broke with a contending team.The Oiler Captain has a reputation as a dependable two way forward who can play sound defensive hockey and pot 15-20 goals per season. A team looking for a locker room presence and effective NHL plugger might be willing to take on Moreau for this year and next.Mueller seems to have regressed from his rookie season and there are rumblings that he might need a change of scenery to revitalize his young career. The Coyotes are also quietly in the playoff hunt and if they feel Mueller is expendable he could be used to help shore up some of the weaker areas of their team.Outside of Kaberle, no Leaf is the subject of trade rumors as much as Ponikarovsky. The towering Ukranian is a capable all-around player who can play a 2nd/3rd line role and has 20G-30A-50P potential. He's also got a fairly sane cap hit for the rest of the year. This makes him an attractive piece for almost any team looking to add something at the forward positions.
Why he might not be traded:Kaberle's NTC has limitations built in that allow him to control his destiny. By being able to limit the Leafs to dealing with just a few teams, he is going to weaken their bargaining position and maybe force them to take a lesser package if they trade him now. But the thing about his NTC is that there's a catch in it. If the Leafs miss the playoffs (and honestly, it's not much of an "if" at this point) the team will have a window between the upcoming entry draft and Aug 15 where Kaberle will have zero say in where he goes. If the Leafs are willing to wait until the draft, they could cash in big time on Kaberle with a team that wants help on D and has a package of prospects and picks that the Leafs find more appealing than what is offered to them at the deadline. Nothing prevents the Leafs from kicking the tires at the deadline and then waiting for the NTC-less window to open up afterwards.He's hurt a lot and not nearly what he once was. there are questions about how much offence he can bring considering he hasn't played more than 50 games or cracked 10 goals in the past 3 years (including this year, where he would be on pace for under both those marks). Given that, a pro-rated $3.25m cap hit might be too rich for most playoff teams even if Columbus only asks for a minimal return.Is $2 million per year too much for a guy who is limited to a grinding role player who will top out under 30 points? It might be for some teams to spend. You've also got to figure that Oilers players aren't having any favors done on their value with the bad season the team is having.There are also rumors that Mueller's commitment to hockey is less than total, and even that he might be considering quitting the game to concentrate on other areas of his life. That's going to scare anyone off from investing in him both in terms of assets and in terms of dollars committed on a new contract.At 29 he's still got some productive years left and the Leafs might value him as a young leader in their rebuilding efforts. He's also responded well to the loss of several of his regular running mates over the past couple years (Sundin, Antropov) so that kind of consistency in the lineup might be good to keep as Toronto turns over the rest of its roster in a rebuild.
Status:UnchangedTraded to Los AngelesUnchangedTraded to ColoradoTraded to Pittsburgh


 
Player:Souray, SheldonTorres, RaffiTurco, MartyVisnovsky, LubomirWhitney, Ray
Team:OilersBlue JacketsStarsOilersHurricanes
Position:DLWGDLW
Age:3328343337
Cap Hit:$5.4m$2.25m$5.7m$5.6m$3.6m
Contract Duration:Through 11-12 (UFA)Expiring (UFA)Expiring (UFA)Through 12-13 (UFA)Expiring (UFA)
NTC/NMC:Full NMC until end of this seasonNoneFull NTCFull NMC until July 1 '12. After that he can submit a list of 10 teams he will accept a trade toFull NMC
09-10 Stats:37GP, 4G-9A-13P, 65PIM59GP, 19G-11A-30P, 32PIM19-15-9, 2.63GAA,.920Sv%56GP, 10G-22A-32P, 16PIM59GP, 19G-29A-48P, 22PIM
Why he might be traded:The Oil are another team that are mired at the bottom of the standings with little chance of moving up toward the playoffs. Therefore it would seem a good opportunity for the team to turn to full rebuild mode and jettison its older, higher price players while they have value in order to add to a young nucleus of Gagner, Cogliano, Eberle, and Paajarvi-Svensson. Souray would be one such player to move, as he's already into his 30s and in demand as a capable offensive d-man. Teams can never have enough offence from the back end, so there should be a healthy number of suitors for Souray's servicesColumbus hasn't been able to build on last season's successes and now finds itself on the outside looking in. Meanwhile Torres has quietly put together a rebound year after a couple of injury-shortened seasons. This makes him a potential trade candidate for for teams who want a capable 3rd line agitating player with better than average offensive potential. An expiring deal on a player not likely to return to Columbus also means that the Jackets might look to get something for him before he's gone for nothing.The addition of Kari Lehtonen and the changing of the guard from the last generation (him, Modano, Jere Lehtinen) to the new guard (Neal, Eriksson, and now Kari Lehtonen) might make this a good opportunity to move Turco while he still has value if they don't believe they'll bring him back after this season. He's the most accomplished and regarded goalie on the open market and there are several teams that are in the playoff hunt and want a better starter.See Souray. Basically everything about the team that applies to him applies to Visnovsky as well. Lubomir doesn't have any need to move for family purposes, but he's still got some good years and would probably want a chance to win a cup instead of toiling on the Oilers while they rebuild.A running theme with why other players might be moved: his contract is up at the end of the year and the Hurricanes aren't in the playoff picture. Whitney is a verteran presence and a capable top 6 player who survives on smart play rather than physical gifts. He'd be a big asset to playoff-bound teams.
Why he might not be traded:A fairly hefty cap hit combined with a no-movement clause makes Souray a little more difficult to sell than normal players. Teams that have interest in his type of players may not have the cap space remaining to add him to the roster. Also complicating matters is the fact that Souray has requested to be moved to the southwestern US so he can be closer to his children. This further limits the pool of potential teams and forces the Oilers into a corner of taking an offer from a team that knows it has negotiating leverage over Edmonton, or having Souray invoke his NMC to prevent a trade to a team offering a better return but not among his preferred destinations.$2.25m is a hefty cap hit for someone who plays pretty much a bottom 6 role. He also has a bit of a reputation for undisciplined or reckless play that might scare off teams who want stability in their lineup.That's a big cap hit to absorb and not really condusive to him going to a team that wants a backup. Turco also has an NTC and there are questions of whether or not he really wants to leave and if he would go to the teams that want him and are willing to pay. he's also not had a great season, which will hurt his value, and he doesn't have a lenghty playoff record. The recent waiver claim of Alex Auld also raises questions of whether or not the Stars intend to stick with a Turco/Lehtonen tandem for the rest of the season, or if they would be willing to recall Brent Krahn to be an NHL backup behind the injury prone Lehtonen.He's got a bigger cap hit than Souray does and a contract that stretches for 3 more years after the current season. Couple that with a full NMC that will let him fully choose his destination until the final year of his contract and it might be tricky for Edmonton to move him unless they're willing to take what they can get.That sticky issue of a NMC. Rumor is that he's already vetoed one trade attempt so far this season (supposedly to LA) and there's no telling how much that might hinder Carolina's efforts to move him. The asking price is also allegedly high, with reports of it being as much as a 1st round pick and decent young prospect. Are teams going to pay that for a partial year of a guy who is very good, but not elite?
Status:No longer availableTraded to BuffaloUnchangedTraded to AnaheimNo longer available


OTHER NOTABLES
Colby Armstrong (LW/RW, Thrashers) - Part of Atlanta's return on the Marian Hossa trade 2 years ago, Armstrong hasn't been the player the Thrashers hoped he'd be. Though he's still useful as a high-scoring 3rd liner or grind-heavy 2nd liner. Atlanta may wish to flip him for value before he hits the market (and maybe gets a riase) CONTRACT: $2.4m cap hit expiring at year's end (UFA)

Dan Ellis (G, Predators) - With Pekka Rinne freshly inked to a 2 year contract extension, the Predators might look to move the goalie he displaced as starter. A trade would almost seem to be a karmic case of "what goes around comes around" for Ellis, who originally earned his crack at starting by supplanting Chris Mason and then led to Mason leaving for St. Louis. CONTRACT: $1.75m cap hit expiring at year's end (UFA).

Shawn Horcoff (C, Oilers) - Edmonton would love to be rid of Horcoff for cost-cutting purposes. But who would want to pay 1st or 2nd line money for a player who normally tops out at 50 points? A valuable 3rd liner, but priced out of the financial structure and common sense of most of the rest of the league. CONTRACT: $5.5m cap hit through 14-15, Full NTC through 11-12

Paul Kariya (LW, Blues) - He's absolutely not the game-breaker he once was, battling injuries and production dips since the lockout. Might be good as a 2nd liner, but he has a hefty cap hit for the rest of the year and is only on pace for 20 goals at best. CONTRACT: $6m cap hit expiring at year's end (UFA), Full NMC

Slava Kozlov (LW, Thrashers) - a crafty veteran playmaker with playoff and stanley cup experience from his time in Detroit. His production has taken a colossal nosedive from last year. Adding to the probability of Kozlov being in play is that he has apparently requested that the Thrashers find a taker for him before the deadline. CONTRACT: $3.667 cap hit expiring at year's end (Signed after age 35) (UFA), Full NTC

John-Michael Liles (D, Avalanche) - Shifty offensive d-man, but maybe a bit overpaid and with a tricky NTC that might hinder his value. Does Colorado want to keep him or shed payroll to be able to build around their young core? CONTRACT: $4.2m cap hit through 11-12 (UFA), Conditional NTC (can list as many as 18 teams that he will not accept a trade to)

Rostislav Olesz (LW/RW, Panthers) - Not living up to draft hype, Olesz is inconsistent and has been wrought with both injuries and lack of performance. Who will take a $3m a year goal-scorer who can't even hit 20 goals though? CONTRACT: $3.125m cap hit through 13-14 (UFA)

Steve Ott (C/W, Stars)
- One of the biggest pains in the ass in the league, teams will likely line up for a superpest who can notch 10 goals a year on the 4th line. But does Dallas want to move him or keep him as a part of their transition to the younger core? CONTRACT: $1.425m cap hit expiring at year's end (UFA) Signed contract extension with Dallas, 4 years @ $2.95m per year

Dwayne Roloson (G, Islanders) - Roloson's fate is tied to Biron as only one of the two are likely to be traded. Roloson's advantages are his ability to get hot and carry a team, and a better playoff resume (including the cup run with Edmonton). However, his less-desirable contract will work against him. CONTRACT: $2.5m cap hit through 10-11 (signed after age 35) (UFA)

Michael Ryder (RW, Bruins) - The maddeningly inconsistent scoring winger has slid down the depth chart and the Bruins have attempted to push him with signings like Miro Satan. He's a 30 goal man if he wants to be, but as long as the drive isn't there, $4m is a lot to invest in a guy who won't show up all the time. CONTRACT: $4m cap hit through 10-11 (UFA)

Cory Schneider (G, Canucks) - The most talked about prospect in trade rumors, Vancouver's #2 prospect is likely to never see regular ice time for the Canucks as long as that Luongo guy is the unquestioned #1. Since Schneider will likely want to prove himself before then and has been a prospect for what seems like an eternity, his only chance to get a shot is to get traded first. He might be the key piece for any deal the Canucks make in an effort to improve their playoff chances. CONTRACT: $1,084,200 cap hit expiring at year's end (RFA)

Andrej Sekera (D, Sabres) - An improving young d-man who brings some physicality and offensive tools. Tyler Myers has supplanted him as an every day player and perhaps it's time to move him for other assets. But there's no guarantee that Buffalo is looking to make this move. CONTRACT: $1m cap hit through 10-11 (RFA)

Drew Stafford (RW, Sabres) - Everyone is waiting for the talented second liner to put it all together, but he continues to run hot and cold. Patience could be wearing thin, but it's hard to tell if Buffalo would seriously consider a change. CONTRACT: $1.9m cap hit through 10-11 (RFA)

Marek Svatos (RW, Avalanche) - It's hard to believe this is the guy who scored 32 goals coming out of the lockout and looked like another in a long line of emerging Colorado offensive forces. Now he is on pace for his second straight year under 20 goals and he doesn't bring enough to play a checking role. He might be a player for a team to try and revive out of the bargain bin, but Svatos might also look to return to Europe and escape his NHL troubles after this season. CONTRACT: $2.05m cap hit expiring at year's end (UFA)


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Shark roster cap hits/contract situation


NTC/NMCs
PlayerNTC/NMC
Joe ThorntonFull NTC
Dan BoyleFull NTC until July 30, 2012. After that he may submit a list of 8 teams he cannot be traded to.
Patrick MarleauFull NTC
Dany HeatleyFull NMC
Evgeni NabokovConditional NTC (If the Sharks miss the playoffs, his NTC is voided for the following season)
Niclas WallinFull NTC

The Sharks' cap situation as of Deadline Day (March 3)*

*assumes that the Shark roster does not change between right now (Mon, Mar 1 at ~4:30pm PT) and the deadline.

Basically from that chart all you need to know is that the sharks only have enough cap space right now to add slightly less than $500k of additional salary. So any acquisitions they make must be offset by outgoing or demoted players that equal the incoming cap hit minus $500,000.

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Transactions are sorted based on teams involved. Any transaction will only appear once in the following trackers, based on the highest "tier" they fit into. So if, for example, Dallas trades with Atlanta, it will appear in the Pacific tracker but not the Eastern one.

This tracker will only show deals completed after Feb. 24. Trades with no date are on March 3rd

Sharks Transactions
-None yet


Pacific Division Transactions
-Anaheim trades F Evgeni Artyukhin to Atlanta for D Nathan Oystrick and a conditional 2011 draft pick (Mar 1)
-Anaheim trades D Nick Boynton to Chicago for Future Considerations (Mar 2)
-Anaheim trades D Steve Kampfer to Boston for Future Considerations (Mar 2)
-Boston trades Derek Morris to Phoenix for a 2011 4th round pick
-Anaheim trades G Justin Pogge and 2010 4th round pick to Carolina for D Aaron Ward
-Phoenix trades F Peter Mueller and D Kevin Porter to Colorado for F Wojtek Wolski
-Vancouver trades D Mathieu Schneider to Phoneix for D Sean Zimmerman and a conditional 2010 6th round pick
-Tampa Bay trades F Jeff Halpern to Los Angeles for F Ted Purcell and a 2010 3rd round pick
-Anaheim trades G Vesa Toslaka to Calgary for G Curtis McElhinney.
-Toronto trades F Lee Stempniak to Phoenix for undisclosed mid-to-late round picks
-Columbus trades F Fredrik Modin to Los Angeles for future considerations.
-Toronto trades G Joey MacDonald to Anaheim for a 2011 7th round pick
-Edmonton trades D Lubomir Visnovsky to Anaheim for D Ryan Whitney

Remaining Western Conference Transactions
-Edmonton trades D Denis Grebeshkov to Nashville for a 2010 2nd round pick (Mar 1)
-Columbus trades D Dylan Reese to New York Islanders for F Greg Moore (Mar 1)
-St. Louis trades G Hannu Toivonen and D Danny Richmond to Chicago for G Joe Fallon (Mar 1)
-St. Louis trades F Aaron Palushaj to Montreal for F Matt D'Agostini (Mar 2)
-Edmonton trades D Cody Wild to Boston for F Matt Marquardt (Mar 2)
-St. Louis trades F Yan Stastny to Vancouver for F Pierre-Cedric Labrie
-Detroit trades F Kris Newbury to New York Rangers for F Jordan Owens
-Minnesota trades F Eric Belanger to Washington for a 2010 2nd round pick
-Columbus trades F Raffi Torres to Buffalo for D Nathan Paetsch and a 2010 2nd round pick
-Columbus trades D Milan Jurcina to Washington for a 6th round pick
-Carolina trades D Andrew Alberts to Vancouver for a 3rd round pick
-Columbus trades D Mathieu Roy to Florida for F Matt Rust
-Calgary trades F Dustin Boyd to Nashville for 4th round pick
-Edmonton trades D Steve Staios for D Aaron Johnson and 3rd round pick
-Carolina trades F Stephane Yelle and F Harrison Reed to Colorado for F Cedric Lalonde-McNicholl and a 6th round pick


Eastern Conference Transactions
-Florida trades D Jordan Leopold to Pittsburgh for a 2010 2nd round pick (Mar 1)
-Atlanta signs D Chris Chelios for the remainder of the season (Mar 2)
-New York Islanders trade D Andy Sutton to Ottawa for a 2010 2nd round pick (originally San Jose's) (Mar 2)
-Pittsburgh trades F Luca Caputi & D Martin Skoula to Toronto for F Alexei Ponikarovsky (Mar 2)
-Toronto trades D Martin Skoula to New Jersey for 2010 5th round pick
-Florida trades D Dennis Seidenberg and D Matt Bartkowski to Boston for F Byron Bitz, F Craig Weller, & 2010 2nd round pick
-Carolina trades F Scott Walker to Washington for 2010 7th round pick.
-Buffalo trades F Clarke MacArthur to Atlanta for a 2010 2nd round pick and 2010 3rd round pick.
-Carolina trades D Joe Corvo to Washington for D Brian Pothier and F Oskar Osala
-Pittsburgh trades D Chris Peluso to Toronto for 6th round pick







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Master team changes list.

Players in italics are prospects or expected minor leaguers. Draft picks are not included, nor are future considerations

Anaheim
In: D Nathan Oystrick, D Lubomir Visnovksy, D Aaron Ward, G Curtis McElhinney, G Joey MacDonald
Out: F Evgeni Artyukhin, D Ryan Whitney, G Vesa Toskala, D Nick Boynton, G Justin Pogge, Steve Kampfer

Atlanta
In: F Clarke MacArthur, F Evgeni Artyukhin
Out: D Nathan Oystrick

Boston
In: D Dennis Seidenberg, D Steve Kampfer, D Cody Wild, D Matt Bartkowski
Out: D Derek Morris, F Byron Bitz, F Matt Marquardt, F Craig Weller

Buffalo
In: F Raffi Torres
Out: D Nathan Paetsch, F Clarke MacArthur

Calgary
In: G Vesa Toskala, D Steve Staios
Out: G Curtis McElhinney, F Dustin Boyd, D Aaron Johnson

Carolina
In: D Brian Pothier, F Oskar Osala, F Cedric Lalonde-McNicholl
Out: D Aaron Ward, D Andrew Alberts, F Scott Walker, F Stephane Yelle, F Harrison Reed

Chicago
In: D Nick Boynton, G Hannu Toivonen, D Danny Richmond
Out: G Joe Fallon

Colorado
In: F Peter Mueller, D Kevin Porter, F Stephane Yelle, F Harrison Reed
Out: F Wojtek Wolski, F Cedric Lalonde-McNicholl

Columbus
In: F Greg Moore, F Matt Rust
Out: F Raffi Torres, F Fredrik Modin, D Milan Jurcina, D Mathieu Roy, D Dylan Reese

Dallas
In:
Out:

Detroit
In: F Jordan Owens
Out: F Kris Newbury

Edmonton
In: D Ryan Whitney, F Matt Marquardt, D Aaron Johnson
Out: D Lubomir Visnovsky, D Denis Grebeshkov, D Steve Staios, D Cody Wild

Florida
In: F Byron Bitz, D Mathieu Roy, F Craig Weller
Out: D Jordan Leopold, D Dennis Seidenberg, D Matt Bartkowski, F Matt Rust

Los Angeles
In: F Jeff Halpern, F Fredrik Modin
Out: F Ted Purcell

Minnesota
In:
Out: F Eric Belanger

Montreal
In: F Aaron Palushaj
Out: F Matt D'Agostini

Nashville
In: D Denis Grebeshkov, F Dustin BOyd
Out:

New Jersey
In: D Martin Skoula
Out:

New York Islanders
In: D Dylan Reese
Out: D Andy Sutton, F Greg Moore

New York Rangers
In: F Kris Newbury
Out: F Jordan Owens

Ottawa
In: D Andy Sutton
Out:

Philadelphia
In:
Out:

Phoenix
In: F Wojtek Wolski, D Mathieu Schneider, F Lee Stempniak, D Derek Morris
Out: F Peter Mueller, D Kevin Porter, D Sean Zimmerman

Pittsburgh
In: D Jordan Leopold, F Alexei Ponikarovsky
Out: F Luca Caputi, D Martin Skoula, D Chris Peluso

St Louis
In: G Joe Fallon, F Matt D'Agostini, F P-C Labrie
Out: G Hannu Toivonen, D Danny Richmond, F Aaron Palushaj, F Yan Stastny

San Jose
In:
Out:

Tampa Bay
In: F Ted Purcell
Out: F Jeff Halpern

Toronto
In: F Luca Caputi, D Chris Peluso
Out: F Alexei Ponikarovsky, F Lee Stempniak, G Joey MacDonald

Vancouver
In: D Sean Zimmerman, F Yan Stastny, D Andrew Alberts
Out: D Mathieu Schneider, F P-C Labrie

Washington
In: F Eric Belanger, D Milan Jurcina, F Scott Walker, D Joe Corvo
Out: D Brian Pothier, F Oskar Osala

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Leopold dealt to Pittsburgh, Ott signs an extension, the trade season has begun. The next 2 days should be fun.

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Blues acquire goaltender Joe Fallon from the Blackhawks in exchange for Hannu Toivonen and Danny Richmond

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Blues acquire goaltender Joe Fallon from the Blackhawks in exchange for Hannu Toivonen and Danny Richmond
well that wasnt the goalie movement I was expecting to see

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Grebeshkov to Nashville for a 2nd.

Interesting move - you'da thunk Nashville's first move would be for a forward. Is Poile trying to corner the market in dmen in case the league changes the 2D, 3F rule to 4D, 1F?

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Holy ****. You'd think Grebeshkov would get more.

If Nick Wallin got a 2nd..............................

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Grebeshkov to Nashville for a 2nd.

Interesting move - you'da thunk Nashville's first move would be for a forward. Is Poile trying to corner the market in dmen in case the league changes the 2D, 3F rule to 4D, 1F?
makes me wonder if hes moving one for a forward of decent value

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Holy mother of God - Steve Ott is signed for 4yrs at ~3mil!
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Holy ****. You'd think Grebeshkov would get more.

If Nick Wallin got a 2nd..............................
Well a Sharks 2nd is basically a 3rd right now and Nashville's 2nd will probably be in the middle somewhere. Still seems like the right price for Grebeshkov and an overpayment for Wallin.

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Grebeshkov to Nashville for a 2nd.

Interesting move - you'da thunk Nashville's first move would be for a forward. Is Poile trying to corner the market in dmen in case the league changes the 2D, 3F rule to 4D, 1F?
They have their whole system set up to get scoring from defense. Grebeshkov fits the mold, especially if they aren't going to be able to re-sign Hamhuis and need to move him. Grebeshkov is an upgrade to Hamhuis. The way they deal with forwards always has me scratching my head.

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Holy ****. You'd think Grebeshkov would get more.

If Nick Wallin got a 2nd..............................
Wallin didn't really get a 2nd though. Since the Sharks got a 5th back, the Canes basically got moved up in the draft by like 60-70 spots (given that the Canes' 5th is a high one and the Shark 2nd is a low one, really they're only covering the distance from the start of round 3 to the end of round 4, plus another 5-10 picks)

So Wallin gets you a move up in the draft by 2 rounds and change, Grebeshkov gets you a whole new pick. Grebs is getting them more value. It also makes the Hamhuis situation more interesting. Do the Preds keep him and run with a pretty awesome unit of:

Weber - Suter
Hamhuis - Grebeshkov
Klein - Sulzer/Franson/Bouillon

or do they now trade Hamhuis and upgrade their forwards?

Still, let the Oiler fire sale begin.

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They have their whole system set up to get scoring from defense. Grebeshkov fits the mold, especially if they aren't going to be able to re-sign Hamhuis and need to move him. Grebeshkov is an upgrade to Hamhuis. The way they deal with forwards always has me scratching my head.
David Poile: "forwards? What are those?"

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To me, that seems like a steal for Grebeshkov.

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Hamhius is pretty stable defensively, no? Better than Grebeshkov at least. We should get him.

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