Trade Deadline

New York Islanders fans will not be hearing the words “we stood pat” after this trade deadline. General manager Lou Lamoriello agreed to send their 2020 first-round pick, 2020 second-round pick and a conditional 2022 third-round pick to the Ottawa Senators in exchange for forward Jean-Gabriel Pageau. The Islanders desperately needed a forward, and after
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Just yesterday, I wrote that the Philadelphia Flyers would benefit from adding an experienced, hard-checking fourth-line center. Today, the Flyers did just that when they acquired Nate Thompson from the Montreal Canadiens. Related: Pennsylvania Hockey – A Long, Proud History Thompson should immediately slot in as the fourth-line center, replacing rookie Connor Bunnaman. This is
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Tyler Toffoli is worth a king’s ransom, and general manager Rob Blake knows it. There is no doubt the Los Angeles Kings general manager has had a few offers for the soon-to-be unrestricted free agent, but Blake hasn’t pulled the trigger. The delay, for whatever reason, is looking more ingenious every game and is going
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After a blockbuster deal that sent Jason Zucker to the Pittsburgh Penguins, Minnesota Wild general manager Bill Guerin has made his expectations clear to his roster: “I can promise you this: If there is quit, there will be more trades,” Guerin said after acquiring Alex Galchenyuk, prospect Calen Addison and a lottery-protected 2020 first-round pick.
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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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