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Deadline deals: NHL teams complete 36 trades in 10 days

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Bailey Meadows Mar 01, 2017 8:04 am 812

Whew, what a week.

Another NHL trade deadline has come and gone, and for all the questions on how the expansion draft would hamper the ability to make trades, things got pretty busy around the league.

The deadline, as usual, was a bit of a mixed bag.

Some of the bigger names (Landeskog, Duchene) stayed put. Some (Bishop) got surprisingly low returns, while others (Burrows, Hanzal) got more than expected.

With so much having taken place around the NHL in the past week, here we look at some of the more noteworthy moves, and the impact they have on the league.

Big names on the move

Bishop lands in LA

Trade: LA Kings receive Ben Bishop, 5th from Tampa Bay Lightning for Peter Budaj, Erik Cernak, 7th, conditional pick.

This was a weird one. Days before the deadline, Tampa Bay sent Ben Bishop to the Kings the very same day that Jonathan Quick made his return. Does LA need two elite goalies? Probably not, but they paid an extremely low price in what appeared to be a non-existent goalie market.

Hanzal goes to Minnesota

Trade: Minnesota Wild receive Martin Hanzal, Ryan White, 4th from Arizona Coyotes for 1st, 2nd, 4th (conditional), Grayson Downing.

With Gabriel Landeskog and Matt Duchene staying put in Colorado, the biggest forward name on the move was Martin Hanzal, and boy did he fetch a pretty penny.

Another deal that went through days before the deadline, Hanzal fetched a trio of quality draft picks from a Wild team that appears focused on going all the way this season.

Capitals win the Shattenkirk sweepstakes

Trade: Washington Capitals receive Kevin Shattenkirk, Pheonix Copley from St. Louis Blues for 1st, 2nd, Zach Sanford, Brad Malone.

On Monday, the Caps and Blues pulled the trigger on the biggest trade of the deadline.

At first glance, the return for Shattenkirk looks underwhelming, but consider that he is strictly a rental (he wants to sign with the New York Rangers long-term this summer), Blues GM Doug Armstrong got some valuable assets in return.

Washington already had one of the strongest rosters in the league, and Shattenkirk is a significant add to that.

Other noteworthy trades

Flames give Lazar a chance

Trade: Calgary Flames receive Curtis Lazar, Mike Kostka from Ottawa Senators for Jyrki Jokipakka, 2nd.

An interesting move by the Flames to pick up Lazar, a former first rounder who has flatlined in Ottawa. He has no goals this season, but a change of scenery could help the 22-year-old get back on track.

Big Boyle goes to Toronto

Trade: Toronto Maple Leafs receive Brian Boyle from Tampa Bay Lightning for Byron Froese, 2nd

On the bubble, nobody knew for sure whether the Leafs would be buyers, sellers, or neither. They chose to buy, surrendering their second rounder this draft for the veteran center who will aid in their quest for playoffs.

Habs get the other Benn

Trade: Montreal Canadiens receive Jordie Benn from Dallas Stars for Greg Pateryn, 4th

Benn adds size and experience to Montreal’s blueline, which should help the Canadiens come playoff time.

Canucks get prospect for Burrows

Trade: Ottawa Senators receive Alex Burrows from Vancouver Canucks for Jonathan Dahlen

In what appeared to be one of the more lopsided deadline deals, the Senators acquired Burrows before signing him to a two-year extension. In return, Vancouver got a highly skilled prospect with top-six potential in a trade that has drawn comparisons to the Erat-Forsberg deal a few years ago.

Hansen knows the way to San Jose

Trade: San Jose Sharks receive Jannik Hansen from Vancouver Canucks for Nikolay Goldobin, 4th (conditional)

The Canucks picked up another solid prospect in Goldobin, shipping Hansen to San Jose. The Sharks get a speedy winger who can play up and down the lineup in all types of situations. A perfect add for a team hoping for another deep playoff run.

Flames snag Stone

Trade: Calgary Flames receive Michael Stone from Arizona Coyotes for 3rd, 5th (conditional).

The Calgary Flames made the first real trade of the deadline back on February 20th by picking up Michael Stone. The deal gives the Flames greater depth on defense and a much-needed partner for TJ Brodie at a low-cost, while the Coyotes get more picks for their rebuild.

Hainsey to Pittsburgh

Trade: Pittsburgh Penguins receive Ron Hainsey from Carolina Hurricanes for Danny Kristo, 2nd.

The defending Stanley Cup champs bulk up for another run, while the Hurricanes get a decent pick for an aging defender.

Eaves is a Duck

Trade: Anaheim Ducks receive Patrick Eaves from Dallas Stars for 2nd (conditional)

Having already hit the 20-goal mark this season, Eaves looks like the perfect fit on the wing in Anaheim, combining a mix of physicality and scoring.

Vanek brings scoring touch to Panthers

Trade: Florida Panthers receive Thomas Vanek from Detroit Red Wings for Dylan McIlrath, 3rd.

A team pushing to make the playoffs, the Panthers paid a low price to pick up Vanek, who has a respectable 38 points in 48 games this season.

Additional trades

  • Chicago: Tomas Jurco / Detroit: 3rd
  • Arizona: Teemu Pulkkinen / Minnesota: Future Considerations
  • NYR: Brendan Smith / Detroit: 2nd, 3rd
  • Ottawa: Viktor Stalberg / Carolina: 3rd
  • NYR: Daniel Catenacci / Buffalo: Mat Bodie
  • Chicago: Oduya / Dallas: Mark McNeil, 4th
  • Edmonton: David Desharnais / Montreal: Brandon Davidson
  • Montreal: Steve Ott / Detroit: 6th
  • Colorado: Brendan Ranford / Arizona: Joe Whitney
  • Colorado: Joe Cannata / Washington: Cody Corbett
  • Montreal: Dwight King / LA: 4th (conditional)
  • LA: Jarome Iginla / Colorado: 4th (conditional)
  • Tampa Bay: Mike McKenna / Florida: Adam Wilcox
  • Edmonton: Justin Fontaine / NYR: Taylor Beck
  • Columbus: Kyle Quincey / New Jersey: Dalton Prout
  • Montreal: Andreas Martinsen / Colorado: Sven Andrighetto
  • Tampa Bay: Mark Streit / Philadelphia: Valtteri Filppula, 4th, 7th
  • Nashville: P.A Parenteau / New Jersey: 6th
  • Toronto: Eric Fehr, Steve Oleksy, 4th / Pittsburgh: Frank Corrado
  • Pittsburgh: Mark Streit / Tampa Bay: 4th
  • Boston: Drew Stafford / Winnipeg: 6th (conditional)
  • Columbus: Lauri Korpikoski / Dallas: Dillon Heatherington
  • Chicago: Kenton Helgeson, 7th / Anaheim: Sam Carrick, Spencer Abbott
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Bailey Meadows
A BCIT grad who just can't get enough hockey. I do other stuff too, but it's not as cool as hockey.

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