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PHT’s NHL Trade Deadline Tracker

Feb 27, 2012, 10:45 AM EDT

Monday, Feb. 27 is the final day for NHL teams to make trades for the 2011-12 regular season. The deadline is set for 3PM ET — be sure to check back here often as PHT will update the tracker throughout the day.

Here’s a complete list of all trades since Feb. 16:

source: Getty Images

Feb. 27 (Note: There were 16 trades involving 32 players on deadline day)

To Anaheim: D Mark Fraser
To Toronto: RW Dale Mitchell (link)

To Vancouver: RW Andrew Gordon
To Anaheim: D Sebastien Erixson (link)

To Vancouver: RW Zack Kassian,
To Buffalo: C Cody Hodgson (link)

To Vancouver: Marc-Andre Gragnani
To Buffalo: Alexander Sulzer (link)

To Nashville: C Paul Gaustad, 2012 4th-round pick
To Buffalo: 2012 1st-round pick (link)

To New York Rangers: D John Scott
To Chicago: 2012 5th-round pick (link)

To Boston: D Greg Zanon
To Minnesota: D Steve Kampfer (link)

To Boston: RW Brian Rolston, D Mike Mottau
To New York Islanders: RW Yannick Riendeau, D Marc Cantin (link)

To Chicago: D Johnny Oduya
To Winnipeg: 2013 2nd- and 3rd-round picks (link)

To San Jose: C Daniel Winnik, C T.J. Galiardi, 2012 7th-round pick
To Colorado: LW Jamie McGinn (link)

To Tampa Bay: D  Brian Lee
To Ottawa: D Matt Gilroy (link)

To Vancouver: C Samuel Pahlsson
To Columbus: D Taylor Ellinlgton, Two 2012 4th-round picks (link)

To Tampa Bay: D Keith Aulie
To Toronto: RW Carter Ashton (link)

To Edmonton: D Nick Schultz
To Minnesota: D Tom Gilbert (link)

To Tampa Bay: D Mike Commodore
To Detroit: Cond. 2013 7th-round pick (link)

To Nashville: RW Andrei Kostitsyn
To Montreal: 2013 2nd-round pick, Cond. 2013 5th-round pick (link)

Feb. 26

To Ottawa: G Ben Bishop
To St. Louis: 2013 2nd-round pick (link)

Feb. 25

To Florida: LW Wojtek Wolski
To New York Rangers: D Mike Vernace, 2013 3rd-round pick (link)

Feb. 24

To New Jersey: D Marek Zidlicky
To Minnesota: D Kurtis Foster, RW Nick Palmieri, LW Stephane Veilleux, 2012 2nd-round pick, Cond. 2013 3rd-round pick (link)

To Florida: C Jerred Smithson
To Nashville: 2012 6th-round pick (link)

Feb. 23

To Los Angeles: C Jeff Carter
To Columbus: D Jack Johnson, Cond. 1st-round pick (link)

Feb. 22

To Phoenix: C Antoine Vermette
To Columbus: 2012 2nd-round pick, 2013 5th-round pick, G Curtis McElhinney (link)

Feb. 21

To Detroit: D Kyle Quincey
To Tampa Bay: 2012 1st-round pick, D Sebastien Piche (link)

To Colorado: RW Steve Downie
To Tampa Bay: D Kyle Quincey (link)

To Tampa Bay: RW Brandon Segal
To Chicago: F Matt Fornataro (link)

Feb. 17

To Philadelphia: D Pavel Kubina
To Tampa Bay: LW Jon Kalinski, 2013 2nd-round pick, Cond. 2013 4th-round pick (link)

To Nashville: D Hal Gill, 2013 5th-round pick
To Montreal: C Blake Geoffrion, LW Robert Slaney, 2012 2nd-round pick (link)

Feb. 16

To San Jose: C Dominic Moore, 2012 7th-round pick
To Tampa Bay: 2012 2nd-round pick (link)

To Philadelphia: D Nicklas Grossman
To Dallas: 2012 2nd-round pick (link)

To Edmonton: D Bryan Rodney
To Anaheim: C Ryan O’Marra (link)

  1. crazimitch - Feb 26, 2012 at 6:15 PM

    I admit I’m a tourist when it comes to hockey, but why don’t the flyers consider trading for Tuukka Rask. If they can’t get him now, should the consider trying to sign him in the offseason. I believe he’s under contract for $2.50MM/yr now and I doubt Boston would try that hard to keep him. Am I way off base here?

    • wryder2k12 - Feb 26, 2012 at 6:39 PM

      Alittle. Rask is a solid backup for Thomas, who is 36 years old and late in his career. Rask is young and would easily be a starter for many other teams. Plus I highly doubt his next contract will be 2.55M/y

      • crazimitch - Feb 26, 2012 at 8:09 PM

        So where am I off base? From what you wrote I’m pretty much dead on. If they trade for him, they have a small salary to deal with for the rest of 2012. You stated he’d be a starter for many teams, so I’m guessing he’d be better than the Flyers existing tandem.
        As for Free agency, there is where they may have a problem, but he is a free agent and the Flyers need a golie. So at best I’m wrong because the Flyers have a salary problem in goal, but the Flyers have a history of finding a solution to that problem.

    • dropthepuckeh - Feb 26, 2012 at 10:58 PM

      You are off base because a trade requires an agreement between two team’s GMs. Philly would love Trask as would a bunch of NHL teams – but the B’s would have to agree. I’m pretty sure you would better luck asking about Ovechkin than Rask. Go back to MLB or the NBA but thanks for checking in….

    • govtminion - Feb 27, 2012 at 11:18 AM

      Problem is, both the Flyers and Bruins are contenders in the East- so Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli knows that there’s a good chance he’ll see the Flyers in the playoffs, as they have the past two years. That means he’s handing a very good goaltender- with intimate knowledge of Bruins players and their shooting habits- to one of his main rivals. The return would have to be enormous for Chiarelli to do something like that.

    • homelanddefense - Feb 27, 2012 at 12:23 PM

      You are way off base because Rask is the goaltender of the future for the Bruins and they will do a ton to try and keep him. And if they were to trade him I seriously doubt it would be to a contending eastern conference team.

      Also he will be a RESTRICTED free agent after this year, meaning Boston can match whatever he is offered. They wont let him go without a fight.

  2. whittle79 - Feb 26, 2012 at 6:50 PM

    Rask will get 4-5 million next yr !

    To Toronto Rick Nash
    To the hockey grave yard !
    Connolly Komi schenn kardri an a 1st

  3. jagrbomb18 - Feb 26, 2012 at 7:10 PM

    The flyers already have 2 goalies….no one laugh

  4. blomfeld - Feb 26, 2012 at 8:59 PM

    GAME .. SET .. MATCH !

    Even a Martian freshly landed on Earth could plainly see that the Kings are the only team to have made a significant move ! Carter is a terrific addition to our already explosive offense, which has now caught the attention of both Detroit and Vancouver ! Friends, if you haven’t done so already, then “denounce” whoever it is you support and join our ever-growing ranks now ! We’re headed for 1st place in the west and nothing is going to stop us !

    • firstandonlywarning - Feb 27, 2012 at 11:20 AM

      You guys ban people for ridiculous reasons, yet this blomfeld can spam EVERY blog with a youtube video and the same cut and paste message of stupidity yet yas do nothing.

      Ohhhh right you only ban people who know more about hockey than your writers.

  5. patsbruin1021 - Feb 26, 2012 at 10:53 PM

    The bruins won’t trade TUUKKA they will trade Timmy first. TUUKKA has been the plan since Chiarelli traded Andrew Raycroft for rask. N he wouldn’t trade with Philly a hated rival why give them the one thing they lack

  6. firstandonlywarning - Feb 27, 2012 at 11:18 AM

    Philly fans, your problem is not goaltending, you have a young team and weak D. Young forwards who need ice time while not being the most responsible defensively.

    The goals against will get better as the team matures.

    • govtminion - Feb 27, 2012 at 11:51 AM

      Never mind that Pronger, the straw that stirred the drink, is still out. Missing a guy like that doesn’t help your ‘D’ much, no matter how stacked at defense you are. I agree with you- the Flyers have a young team that will get better over the next couple of years- I wonder still about their goaltending though.

  7. rsl22 - Feb 27, 2012 at 11:46 AM

    Not to mention they lost Pronger…that’s gonna sting the GAA.

  8. buffalomafia - Feb 27, 2012 at 4:30 PM

    Hmmmmmm! Interesting!

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