Owing to anybody who checked in during our are living site.To re-live the magic and locate out how 2017’s trade deadline day unfolded the rumours, the particular moves, plus the fantastic tweets scroll to your bottom of the web page and browse up. All informed, 33 exclusive players ended up dealt these days. Exciting reality: Additional than 50 percent of them were being placed on waivers eventually this period.four:forty five p.m.Ok, a person final small trade from Stan Bowman. The Chicago Blackhawks purchase ahead Kenton Helgesen and a 2019 seventh-round decide from your Anaheim Ducks in trade for forwards Spencer Abbott and Sam Carrick.4:33 p.m.Avalanche GM Joe Sakic stated investing Jarome Iginla to a contender was a regard matter.”We felt it had been the correct point to carry out for him It is really a regard detail, for him as being a man or woman and being a hockey participant.” EVP & GM Joe Sakic pic.twitter.com/QPBShkAZiY Colorado Avalanche (@Avalanche) March 1, 20174:12 p.m.A person very last entertaining truth: The St. Louis Blues are the only team not to make a deadline working day trade in either 2016 or 2017.#RedWings Holland: “I don’t feel I left any crumbs on the table. We got the very best offers we could.” Dana Wakiji (@Dwakiji) March 1, 20174:02 p.m.We end(?) where we began: with a minor deal.The Panthers bring in defenceman Reece Scarlett within the New Jersey Devils in exchange for forward Shane Harper.3:31 p.m.A lot more small deals filter in as the calls get completed. The Columbus Blue Jackets grabbed left wing Lauri Korpikoski from your Dallas Stars in trade for defenceman Dillon Heatherington.3:22 p.m.The Winnipeg Jets trade impending UFA ahead Drew Stafford for the Boston Bruins for a conditional sixth-round draft select.Boston is done dealing.The Stafford trade marks the Jets first deadline day deal since 2012.3:14 p.m.The Lightning flip defenceman Mark Streit, whom they acquired earlier in the day, to Pittsburgh for a fourth-round select in 2018.3:12 p.m.Depth centre Eric Fehr, who has a single year at $2 million remaining on his contract, is traded into the Toronto Maple Leafs from the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for defence prospect Frank Corrado.Frank Corrado’s going to win a Stanley Cup. Faizal Khamisa (@SNFaizalKhamisa) March 1, 2017Toronto also receives defenceman Steven Oleksy along with a 2017 fourth-round decide on in the deal.Fehr, 31, cleared waivers earlier this week. He’s a veteran defensive forward who has six goals and 11 points this period. He brings 60 games’ worth of playoff experience with the Penguins and Capitals to Toronto. Corrado joins Pittsburgh newcomers Streit and Ron Hainsey as Jim Rutherford aggre sively boosted his blue line in light of recent injuries.The #leafs didn’t end up using LTI room. Some ELC bonuses will be applied this year, but they’ll carry a sizeable overage into 2017-18. Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) March 1, 2017 3:01 p.m.The Colorado Avalanche are done dealing and will hold on to blue-chip trade piece Matt Duchene and Gabriel Landeskog for the time being.2:53 p.m.The Calgary Flames purchase Ottawa’s Curtis Lazar and Mike Kostka from the Ottawa Senators in trade for a second-round draft choose and Jyrki Jokipakka.In Lazar’s last 17 games as a Senator he registered five shots on total. Perhaps the 22-year-old centre a frequent healthy scratch this year can rediscover his game in Alberta.I really had a tough year in Ottawa, Lazar told Hockey Central. Hopefully I can discover my game like I had down in junior.I really just couldn’t catch a break. Lazar, a first-round pick in 2013, has 12 goals in 176 career NHL games.The Flames were poking around Arizona’s Radim Vrbata, a UFA winger who was expected to be dealt. The Coyotes decided to keep Vrbata, so the speculation now is he may re-sign in the desert.Hearing the Flames in on Vrbata.talking.#NHLTrade John Shannon (@JSportsnet) March 1, 20172 Igor Larionov Jersey :50 p.m.New Jersey trades well-travelled ahead P.A. Parenteau towards the Nashville Predators for a sixth-round draft choice.Preds GM David Poile has made far more deadline day trades than any other current general manager.2:40 p.m.Flames president Brian Burke’s children are must-follows on Twitter at times like this.The trade deadline is exciting pic.twitter.com/kNBDHgIg7M Molly Burke (@mollysburke) March 1, 20172:31 p.m.Philadelphia Flyers trade pending UFA defenceman Mark Streit, a 2017 fourth-round decide as well as a conditional 2017 seventh-round draft choose to your Tampa Bay Lightning in trade for forward Valtteri Filppula.It’s a very great trade for Flyers, says Ilya Bryzgalov, upon learning the news backstage at Sportsnet.Streit, 39, can help run a power play, plus the Bolts needed to free up money tied up in forwards in order to keep their young RFAs Tyler Johnson, Ondrej Palat, Jonathan Drouin past this summer. Filppula, who has a partial no-trade, reportedly axed a deal to Toronto earlier this week, plus the Oilers also have been reported to be interested in him. At 32, he’s the best participant in the deal, but the great news for Steve Yzerman is that’s 1 le s ahead he’ll be forced to protect in the expansion draft.If all conditions are met, the Flyers will have 12 picks in the 2017 draft. That’s additional than any other team.2:28 p.m.Watch L.A. Kings ahead Jarome Iginla’s phone interview with Hockey Central, in which he says he’s prepared for this to be his last stab at that elusive Stanley Cup ring. 2:27 p.m.Enjoyment point: Seven gamers who have been traded so far today had been placed on waivers sooner or later earlier this season.Radim Vrbata status at 2:21 p.m. ET: pic.twitter.com/wcSefeNgPa Joe Yerdon (@JoeYerdon) March 1, 20172:07 p.m.Colorado keeps dealing. The Avalanche acquired Sven Andrighetto through the Canadiens for Andreas Martinsen.A 26-year-old left wing, Martinsen has seven points in 55 games. Big hitter, though. Habs GM Marc Bergevin is clearly adding toughne s to his roster for the Cup tournament. Canadiens acquire forward Andreas Martinsen in the Colorado Avalanche, in return for forward Sven Andrighetto. pic.twitter.com/ddljyCd2jY Canadiens Montral (@CanadiensMTL) March 1, 20172:05 p.m.Defenceman for defenceman.New Jersey Devils trade rental Kyle Quincey towards the Columbus Blue Jackets for Dalton Prout.Quincey, an impending UFA, has 12 points through 53 games this year. He’ll join the best-looking Jackets team in franchise history.2:03 p.m.P.A. Parenteau, a pending UFA, is available.A name to watch for the duration of the inevitable flood of moves around the deadline: P.A. Parenteau. There is interest. Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) March 1, 20172:00 p.m.As we hold our collective breath for some last-hour action, here’s Alex Burrows wearing Senators gear. He skated on Ottawa’s first line at practice right now. 1:41 p.m.Additional AHL news! The Taylor BeckJustin Fontaine trade marks the eighth time that the Edmonton Oilers and New York Rangers have made a deal with each other on deadline working day. This transaction makes the Oilers and Rangers the most common trade partners in deadline working day history, breaking a tie with the Canucks-Blues dealership.1:38 p.m.An intrastate goalie trade features minor-leaguers Adam Wilcox (Tampa Bay Lightning) and Mike McKenna (Florida Panthers). As you ended up.1:20 p.m.Rumours bubbling on rental pieces and prospects with 100 minutes to go.#Isles source on rumor Ho-Sang being shopped: “Not true.” As you ended up. Arthur Staple (@StapeNewsday) March 1, 2017I’m also instructed the Bruins are in talks for Dmitry Kulikov. Joe McDonald (@ESPNJoeyMac) March 1, 2017Lindy Ruff claimed Patrick Sharp can play and will continue to play if he remains. Jim Nill expected to explain what is going on soon. Mike Heika (@MikeHeika) March 1, 2017Potential of Lee Stempniak being moved is always in play but he doesn’t expect to be trade before today’s deadline #canes Andy Strickland (@andystrickland) March 1, 2017Here’s Radim Vrbata about to go on ice for practice. pic.twitter.com/W9mLpepkqn Joe Yerdon (@JoeYerdon) March 1, 2017Sad news out of Denver, though, to be a Matt Duchene deal is reportedly unlikely to go down nowadays.Time is ticking for those hoping for a blockbuster. 12:50 p.m.Jarome Iginla’s Cup dreams stay.The Colorado Avalanche and Los Angeles Kings are finalizing a deal that will see Iginla join the playoff-hopeful Kings and be reunited with coach Darryl Sutter. The cost? A conditional fourth-round 2018 draft pick.So is this Iggy’s last kick at the can?It could be, Iginla instructed Hockey Central. Or it might not be. I hate to go back and forth on you.The veteran winger needed to waive his no-trade clause to facilitate the deal, and Colorado retained half of his salary. L.A. is starved for goals. If rejuvenated by the move, Iginla could provide some production on the underside six and as part of a power-play unit.Iginla has 27 points in 31 career games at the Staples Center.Iginla, 39, and Sutter memorably reached the Cup Final with the Calgary Flames in 2004. They’ll face the Flames thrice down the stretch this season. In 207 games under Sutter as his head coach, Iginla tallied 103 goals, 83 a sists for 186 points.Iggy’s first game in a Kings sweater may be against the Maple Leafs Thursday.pic.twitter.com/0ubuV9C8Nr Mike Halford (@HalfordPHT) March 1, 2017Jarome Iginla to Los Angeles in trade for him working on Darryl Sutter’s farm this summer. Eric Francis (@EricFrancis) March 1, 2017We are so grateful to have witne sed some of your many milestones in our burgundy and blue. pic.twitter.com/dW0NvOnJjS Colorado Avalanche (@Avalanche) March 1, 201712:42 p.m.Pierre-douard Bellemare, an impending UFA on an affordable deal, is nearing an extension with the Philadelphia Flyers, Elliotte Friedman reports.Hearing PHI closing in on extension with P-E Bellemare. Word is two years, $1.45M AAV. I’m a fan. Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) March 1, 2017The Flyers are also re-signing goaltender Michal Neuvirth to a two-year, $5-million extension, according to multiple reports. Philly must have a goalie under contract in 2017-18 to meet expansion draft requirements.With Flyers signing G Neuvirth I imagine they’re vigorously trying to get teams to take Mason for a rental Jim Matheson (@NHLbyMatty) March 1, 201712:33 p.m.Valtteri Filppula’s name was not part of the rumour mill until right now, but his name is buzzing.He reportedly nixed a trade to the Toronto Maple Leafs earlier this week (read through below), and now ESPN reports that the Edmonton Oilers expre sed interest in Tampa’s versatile forward as well. The Oilers had interest in Tampa’s Valtteri Filppula but the deal is dead, according to the league source. Joe McDonald (@ESPNJoeyMac) March 1, 201712:21 p.m.The Montreal Canadiens get rental forward Dwight King from the L.A. Kings for a conditional fourth-round decide on.Montreal will select up all of King’s salary. The depth winger carries a $1.95 million cap hit. L.A. clears some cap space by dealing a player it wasn’t planning to re-sign and could make another move this afternoon. The Kings have interest in Jarome Iginla.The conditional fourth reportedly turns into a third-round pick if King signs with Montreal.At 6-foot-4 and 229 pounds, King is a big body, but he doesn’t solve the Canadiens scoring woes.All the best in Montreal to Dwight King. Selected by Kings in 2007 NHL Draft. Two-time Cup winner. #Pro pic.twitter.com/w4gic5lO0I LAKingsPR (@LAKingsPR) March 1, 2017Montreal will be the new Team USA, grinding https://www.stylecanucks.com/vancouver-canucks-jersey/alexander-edler-jersey their way out of being suce sful. Aivis Kalni (@AKHockey1) March 1, 2017 12 p.m.Goaltender Ryan Miller, an impending free agent, will not be traded these days, reports John Shannon.As reported earlier this week, Miller was unwilling to waive his no-trade clause for a move to Alberta. His preference was believed to be a trade to Anaheim, San Jose or L.A., who scooped up Ben Bishop on Sunday. He becomes a UFA on July 1. So, will the Canucks let him go at the end of the season and hand the crease to Jacob Markstrom? In other Canucks news, Vancouver claimed forward Joseph Cramaro sa off waivers from Anaheim.11:50 a.m.Thomas Vanek, 33, is traded for a conditional third-round select and defenceman Dylan McIlrath to your Florida Panthers, who are deep in a playoff race.We believe strongly in our group and we’re confident that he will help our power play and supplement our core effectively, Florida’s Dale Tallon stated.Detroit retains half of Vanek’s remaining salary.#FLAPanthers Thomas Vanek has 129 career power-play goals. Only #Caps Alex Ovechkin has a lot more in the NHL since 2005-06 (207). Sportsnet Stats (@SNstats) March 1, 2017The Cats had an extra third-rounder to spend in 2017, which they acquired in the Dave BollandLawson Crouse deal.This should get the ball rolling for much more wingers to get moved.Bryzgalov on Vanek: Good for him. Lots of sun. Ocean. Play the beach ball. Vanek says Jaromir Jagr is his idol. Perfect. 11:22 a.m.Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman reports that the Edmonton Oilers are trying to trade former captain Andrew Ference’s contract.Ference (LTIR) is on the books through the end of this year at a cap hit of $3.25 million. Dump his salary, and GM Peter Chiarelli could free up money to rent a player for Edmonton’s long-awaited playoff run.EDM trying to move remaining cap hit for Andrew Ference ($3.25M), up at the end of the season. Would create flexibility. Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) March 1, 201711:11 a.m.Calgary Flames president Brian Burke tells Hockey Central that his team has gone into listening mode. They’re still open to improving the club for its playoff push. 10:47 a.m.A little nugget from Canucks insider Dan Murphy: Jannik Hansen, who was shipped off to San Jose Tuesday night, was reportedly not interested in getting moved to a Canadian team.From my understanding there wasn’t a person Canadian Team on Hansen’s 8-team trade list. #canucks #sjsharks Dan Murphy (@sportsnetmurph) March 1, 201710:36 a.m.A trade!The Colorado Avalanche acquired Brendan Ranford within the Arizona Coyotes in trade for 5-foot-6 Joe Whitney. A minor-league deal you will soon forget, but the seal has been broken.Someone just won the office pool. Fun truth No. 1: Brendan is the nephew of Bill Ranford. The retired goaltender was also dealt on deadline day. Twice. In 1988 and 1999.Enjoyment reality No. 2: The Avalanche continues its streak by completing a trade on 15 consecutive deadline days. An NHL high.10:30 a.m.Our own Chris Johnston reports there is cautious optimism that the basement-dwelling Colorado Avalanche will be able to deal should-be future Hall of Famer Jarome Iginla in the next five hours.Avs GM Joe Sakic will likely have to eat some salary here if he can locate a buyer for Iggy’s experience, leadership and second-unit power-play contributions.The Los Angeles Kings are one team eager to add a winger.There’s still cautious optimism the #avs will be able to move Jarome Iginla currently. Veteran winger carries a big cap hit: $5.3M. Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) March 1, 201710:19 a.m.TVA’s Renaud Lavoie is dropping a few trade tidbits on his Twitter account.Teuvo Teravainen, one particular of the Carolina Hurricanes’ few promising young forwards, is on the block, according to Lavoie. That’s a new 1.Hurricanes are looking at what they can get for Teuvo Teravainen. Interesting name out there. #tvasports Renaud Lavoie (@renlavoietva) March 1, 2017Also: Patrick Sharp who advised me he was 100 per cent healthy recently may not be able to be moved due to health concerns, and Lavoie doubts Pittsburgh’s Marc-Andre Fleury finds a new home.I believe the Penguins would be wise to hang on to Fleury being a security blanket for the playoffs. This team has a chance to repeat. I’ve been explained to that Patrick Sharp health is not excellent enough for him to be traded these days. #tvasports Renaud Lavoie (@renlavoietva) March 1, 2017I don’t expect Marc-Andr Fleury to be traded nowadays. #tvasports Renaud Lavoie (@renlavoietva) March 1, 201710:03 a.m.The Calgary Flames are among five teams involved in the Radim Vrbata sweepstakes, according to ESPN’s Craig Custance. Calgary has also been rumoured to have interest in Thomas Vanek.Vrbata is a deadly shootout artist who already has 15 goals and 47 points for a bad Arizona Coyotes club this time. His expiring contract does come with playoff and scoring bonuses, so this may encourage interested teams to urge Arizona to retain salary.Flames, Bruins, Panthers, Penguins, Islanders among the interested in Vrbata. Craig Custance (@CraigCustance) March 1, 2017Which teams are in play for Vrbata & Vanek today?Watch HC Trade Deadline on Sportsnet & SN NOW: https://t.co/XBX82RUZBV#NHLTrade pic.twitter.com/4p3nKOFcEL Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) March 1, 20179:50 a.m.Ilya Bryzgalov believes former teammate and UFA-to-be Shane Doan would accept a trade on the appropriate situation.He deserves the opportunity once and for all to compete for the Stanley Cup, Bryzgalov says. 9:37 a.m.The Vegas Golden Knights will be ready to wheel and deal later now, reports John Shannon, as they’ve finished their paperwork in the nick of time. This is significant because teams have been calling Vegas GM George McPhee wanting to strike deals and protect players with the coming expansion draft.McPhee made 25 deadline working day trades as the Washington Capitals GM from 1998 to 2014.Vegas Golden Knights will officially be in the hockey busine s this afternoon. I’s dottedT’s cro sedGeorge McPhee can start dealing. John Shannon (@JSportsnet) March 1, 2017What today’s Vegas news means, McPhee can start signing College Free Agents, Non NHLersEuropean Gamers, when their seasons end. John Shannon (@JSportsnet) March 1, 20179:26 a.m.Thomas Vanek, the best rental winger still available, talks towards the Detroit Free Pre s about the likelihood of getting moved.Because Detroit GM Ken Holland has not discu sed an extension with him, he’s likely headed back to free agency this summer. Watch: 9:18 a.m.Back in the thick of a wide-open Atlantic Division race, the Boston Bruins will attempt to add right now.It’s always been about what can help us now with an eye towards the future. That might not represent the now, the timing might just not be there, GM Don Sweeney advised reporters Tuesday night.He cited high prices plus the truth opposing GMs are after his young prospects.Don Sweeney on trade deadline: “Nothing imminent. There have been a lot of talks, exploring some situations that could po sibly help.” Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) February 28, 2017That hasn’t changed. We went through this last year, it was very, very similar, said Sweeney. You don’t blame teams. There’s a deadline for a reason, as well as the supply of players certainly falls off at that point. Teams are going to get what they can.Most of the conversations revolve around some particular prospects who we feel are going to be a big part of our organization and we’re not going to deviate. 9:05 a.m.Vancouver Canucks, immersed in sell mode, cancel today’s practice. GM Jim Benning will addre s the media after the deadline pa ses.Ottawa Senators GM Pierre Dorion, who’s already been busy in acquiring Alex Burrows, says he is open to making much more trades before 3 p.m. ET.8:51 a.m.Interesting nugget from TVA’s Renaud Lavoie.Tampa Bay ahead Valtteri Filppula, 32, reportedly rejected a trade on the Toronto Maple Leafs this week as part of the Brian Boyle deal:Valtteri Filppula rejected a trade to Toronto this week. Part of a bigger trade with Brian Boyle. #tvasports Renaud Lavoie (@renlavoietva) March 1, 2017Tampa GM Steve Yzerman needs to re-sign younger forwards Tyler Johnson, Ondrej Palat and Jonathan Drouin this summer, so his willingne s to part with Filppula makes sense.The winger/centre is signed through 2017-18 at a $5 million cap hit. He holds a modified no-trade clause and must submit a list of 16 teams he’s willing to be dealt to. LISTEN: @ryanwhitney6 shares his thoughts on Valtteri Filppula reportedly turning down a trade for the #Leafs. https://t.co/ukifz4rQus pic.twitter.com/UVeYYnQerk Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) March 1, 20178:42 a.m.Winnipeg Jets ahead Drew Stafford is among the secondary scorers getting interest.Stafford, 31, carries a cap hit of $4.35 https://www.stylecanucks.com/vancouver-canucks-jersey/igor-larionov-jersey million and is a free agent on July 1. He has 13 points in 40 games this year.Can see Drew Stafford getting moved today but may have to wait until after Vrbata trade. Quiet on the Pavelec front. Craig Custance (@CraigCustance) March 1, 2017 8:30 a.m.The Los Angeles Kings, who already acquired Ben Bishop, are looking to move Marian Gaborik and land a additional effective scorer for their playoff push. Tough sell. Gaborik has four far more seasons on his deal at a $4.875 million cap hit. Maybe they look to some rebuilding team with plenty of cap space (Carolina? New Jersey?) and to s in picks and/or prospects as being a thank-you for taking on a bad contract.8:28 a.m.If Ken Holland can recoup an a set for sometime healthy scratch Steve Ott, surely he’ll have multiple offers for Thomas Vanek these days. The Austrian already has 15 goals and 38 points for the Red Wings this season. He and Radim Vrbata represent quick fixes for contenders who want scoring in the wing.Some things to watch: BOS/maybe CAL on Vrbata. FLA/LA on Vanek. Del Zotto showcase last night for PHI. Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) March 1, 2017 8:11 a.m.Hockey Central’s guest analyst and unrestricted free agent Ilya Bryzgalov announces that he’s available these days. He says he’s been running, working out in the gym and taking shots from his son to stay in shape as he awaits a call from an NHL general manager.8:00 a.m.Now that the Steve Ott sweepstakes are over, we expect the trades to start flooding in any minute.In case you went to bed early, you should know that the Vancouver Canucks traded Jannik Hansen for the San Jose Sharks for Nikolay Goldobin and also a conditional fourth-rounder. As well as busy Montreal Canadiens landed a centre.There’s a fantastic reason for these late-arriving NHL trades: Team roster sizes expanded at 12:01 a.m. ET. That’s your reward for staying up. Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) March 1, 2017 Here’s a look at the time of day the first trade was completed in the course of the past nine deadline days. Let’s party like it’s 2015.2008: 10:31 a.m.2009: 9:55 a.m.2010: 10:28 a.m.2011: 10:35 a.m.2012: 10:35 a.m.2013: 12:20 p.m.2014: 11:30 a.m.2015: 8:57 a.m.2016: 9:30 a.m.Phil Ke sel has jokes: Past supper?A post shared by Phil Ke sel (@phil_ke sel_81_) on Feb 27, 2017 at 7:08pm PST