After making a trade to acquire Riley Nash on Friday, Toronto Maple Leafs general manger Kyle Dubas made a major move by acquiring Columbus Blue Jackets captain Nick Foligno in exchange for a first-round pick in 2021 and a fourth-round pick in 2022. There was a third team involved in the deal as the San
With the 2021 NHL Trade Deadline approaching, Tampa Bay Lightning fans find themselves looking towards what should be an uneventful day. Given the teams’ lack of cap space, it seems likely that general manager Julien BriseBois will stand pat this year, whether he wanted to add a piece or two to his roster or not.
Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas kicked off his trade deadline, acquiring forward Riley Nash from the Columbus Blue Jackets in exchange for a conditional seventh-round draft pick in 2022. The seventh-round draft pick becomes a sixth if Nash plays in 25% of Maple Leafs’ playoff games according to Terry Koshan of the Toronto
A day after the first domino fell with Kyle Palmieri heading to the New York Islanders from the New Jersey Devils, the Chicago Blackhawks dipped into the trade market. According to TSN’s Pierre LeBrun, the Blackhawks acquired Brett Connolly, Riley Stillman, Henrik Borgström and a seventh round pick from the Florida Panthers in exchange for
Kyle Palmieri has been on the radar of several teams in recent weeks ahead of Monday’s trade deadline. Wednesday night, the New York Islanders acquired Palmieri and Travis Zajac from the New Jersey Devils in exchange for A.J. Greer, Mason Jobst, the Islanders first-round pick in 2021, and a conditional fourth-round pick in 2022. New
The Los Angeles Kings started the 2020-21 season with a bang and were scorching hot in February, posting a six-game win streak and a seven-game point streak. Their strong start to the season and point streak propelled them into contention for a playoff spot for the earlier portion of the season. Gabriel Vilardi, Los Angeles
The NHL trade deadline is always a very intriguing part of the season. That is even more true this season. With all that COVID has done to change the 2021 campaign, there are even more layers added to the deadline. From quarantine rules when crossing the border, salary cap changes, and the new division alignment,
The 2020-21 NHL season has given us plenty of great games and competitive playoff races. The New York Islanders are currently in first place in the MassMutual East Division — arguably the best division in the NHL — looking eager to acquire a star player at the deadline and poised to compete for the Stanley
With the April 12 trade deadline inching up, there has been increased speculation on which teams will be buyers, which are likely to stand pat, and which are likely to be sellers. Given that the deadline is getting closer, it appeared less and less likely any of the Canadian teams would make many moves, given
It’s hard to believe in this compressed season — that feels like it just started — that the NHL Tradeline is only three weeks away. The Ottawa Senators are out of big name assets to move, as the Erik Karlssons, Mark Stones, Mike Hoffmans and Jean-Gabriel Pageaus have all been moved for future building blocks.
With the Trade Deadline weeks away, the Vegas Golden Knights will want to bolster their lineup for playoff time by negotiating deals with teams that haven’t had much luck this season. That includes the lowly Nashville Predators who, after a dismal start to the season, find themselves out of a playoff spot. Nashville has two
The Pittsburgh Penguins’ new management team continues to evaluate their current roster as they try to perfectly plan their next move. Brian Burke and Ron Hextall have options when it comes to certain teams who are looking to sell off their assets. Last week we discussed some rental options from the Detroit Red Wings and
As it stands today, the Florida Panthers are one of the top teams in the NHL, but every team has its weaknesses, and they are not exempt from that. With their main needs being bottom-six forwards and bottom-four defensemen, here are some trade options the team should go for. Dante Fabbro With many reports coming
The St. Louis Blues have had terrible injury luck this season, as many of their key players have gotten banged up. Jaden Schwartz, Ivan Barbashev, Colton Parayko, Tyler Bozak, Robert Thomas, and others have gone down throughout the year, not to mention that Vladimir Tarasenko was out prior to the season and won’t be back
The Nashville Predators have had a disappointing start to the season to say the least, just one point ahead of the Detroit Red Wings in the Central Division and 26th in the league by points percentage. It’s still relatively early but the team is about 10 points out of the playoff hunt with less than
The NHL Trade Deadline is less than two months away on April 12. Now’s the time when teams should start thinking about what to do with their upcoming unrestricted free agents. The Minnesota Wild are one of those teams that will have to decide whether they’ll be buyers or sellers at the deadline. As of