Jason Zucker

There’s been a major shake-up in this post-trade-deadline edition of THW’s Power Rankings. The Boston Bruins climb into Spot No. 1, with two brand-new entries in the top three. The New York Rangers also make some noise as the league’s biggest riser, but is it enough to salvage their playoff hopes? Taking into account recent
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The Minnesota Wild have traded forward Jason Zucker to the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for forward Alex Galchenyuk, a conditional 2020 first-round draft pick and prospect Calen Addison, according to Bob McKenzie. The 2020 first-round pick could be moved to 2021 if the Penguins fail to make the postseason this year. MIN trades Jason Zucker
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Parity throughout the National Hockey League is great for the fans, but it can make things a little more difficult for general managers looking to make changes to their roster prior to the trade deadline on Feb. 24. The Pacific Division is in gridlock, with just five points separating the top five teams. Many teams
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The injury-ravaged Pittsburgh Penguins recently suffered another blow when Jake Guentzel underwent surgery for an injured shoulder. With the 25-year-old left-winger sidelined four-to-six months, his absence robs the Penguins of one of their leading scorers. Throughout this season, the Penguins have coped with an unusually high number of injuries. Guentzel joins Sidney Crosby, Brian Dumoulin,
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