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NHL Trade Deadline Tracking: Latest Rumors, News, Updates For 2021

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The clock struck on April 12 at 12:01 a.m.

The clock is now officially ticking.

In less than 15 hours, GM’s teams are going to be on lockdown; the question is: will they be loaded? The 2021 trade deadline has arrived and there is a short window open for trading and transactions. Some of the biggest names are already off the board, but there are still players who can give teams a playoff push.

NHL TRADE TRACKER 2021: List of transactions concluded before the deadline

A number of teams will be looking to send unrestricted free agents soon, while others will be looking to save almighty space. Maybe your team is – new term alert – a “team of brokers”.

Sporting News keeps track of all the latest rumors and exchanges, and gives ratings to those swaps when they occur.

Tracking NHL Trade Deadlines

(All Eastern hours)

1:10 p.m. – The Oilers add a deep defender.

Oil tankers receive: Demons receive:
Dmitry Kulikov (D) Conditional fourth-round pick in 2022

Quality oil: B +

Devils grade: B +

A good shot from Ken Holland as he adds a deep defender to help bolster a blue line that already has Darnell Nurse, Tyson Barrie and Ethan Bear. A good shot from Tom Fitzgerald as he catches a pick for a guy who could have walked in the offseason.

12:57 – Things are starting to improve.

12h54 – Another former Rangers defenseman is said to have headed for Tampa Bay.

12:37 – Officially official.

The Canucks receive: The Blackhawks Receive:
Matthew Highmore (F) Adam Gaudette (F)

Canucks: B +

Blackhawks: B +

Nice same exchange here with two guys who have advantages.

12:14 – Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman reports that the Canucks send Adam Gaudette to the Blackhawks for Matthew Highmore.

12:02 – Sportsnet’s Chris Johnston says Vegas might be looking to step up and it could be Ryan Getzlaf. Also adding Jamie Oleksiak is a name that is generating some interest.

11:58 am – Are the Oilers adding a D depth?

11:41 am – John Tortorella says losing Nick Foligno is like “breaking the group”.

11:29 am – Could the Sharks be in the mix?

11:23 – TSN’s Frank Seravalli reports that the Capitals are looking to level up between pipes for the playoffs. The two guys there now, Vitak Vanecek and Ilya Samsonov, are young people without a ton of experience.

10:18 am – Like the waiver thread, goalies are a very popular commodity.

10:14 – A first? In this economy?

10:00 am – Detroit is open for business?

9:22 a.m. – Is Connor Garland on the move? Elliotte Friedman mentioned that he was also a guy we talked about on NHL Network.

8:03 am – It’s now officially official: Taylor Hall is a Bruin.

The Bruins receive: Swords receive:
Taylor Hall (F), Curtis Lazar (F) Anders Bjork (F), 2021 second-round pick

Grade Bruins: B +

Sabers Grade: D

1h46 – It’s official, but it’s not what you think it is.

Kings receive: Penguins receive:
Conditional third round pick in 2022, conditional fourth round pick in 2023 Jeff Carter (F)

* Kings will keep 50% of Carter’s salary.

Kings Rank: B +

Penguins grade: B +

Penguins add West Coast veteran to deadline – it’s very 2020 Patrick Marleau, but Carter brings a few rings with him, unlike Marleau, the future all-time NHL leader in games played. Carter’s best years are behind him, but the 36-year-old can still add depth as a right-handed shooter who can play any spot in the forward squad.

1h30 – The Taylor Hall trade can be done, but nothing has been announced by either team.

12:05 am – It should be noted that Bob McKenzie also dropped this “Bob Bomb” around 10:30 pm.

12:01 am – Just after midnight it happened and all hell broke loose on Twitter.

Midnight – A quick look at some of the great trades that have taken place:

Midnight – Before breaking everything down, it quickly recaps the big moves that took place in the 48 hours before the official countdown started.

DATED TEAM PLAYERS TEAM PLAYERS
April 11 Islanders Braydon Coburn (D) Senators Seventh round pick in 2022
April 11 maple leaves David Rittich (L) Flames Third-round pick in 2022, keep 50% of Rittich’s contract
April 11 Bruins Mike Reilly (D) Senators Third round pick in 2022
April 11 maple leaves Stefan Noesen (F) the Sharks Fourth-round pick in 2021, keep 50% of remaining Foligno contract
April 11 maple leaves Nick Foligno (F) Blue jackets 2021 first-round pick, 2022 fourth-round pick, retain 50% of Foligno contract
April 11 Canadians Jon Merrill (D) red wings Hayden Verbeek (F), 2021 fifth round pick
April 11 Devils Jonas Siegenthaler (D) Capitals Conditional third-round pick in 2021
April 10 Blue jackets 2021 first-round pick, 2022 third-round pick Lightning Brian Lashoff (D)
April 10 red wings Fourth-round pick in 2021, DET retains 50% of Savard’s contract Lightning David Savard (D)
April 10 Blue jackets Brian Lashoff (R), CBJ retains 50% of Savard’s contract red wings David Savard (D)
April 10 avalanche Devan Dubnyk (L) the Sharks Greg Pateryn (R), 2021 fifth round pick
April 10 Panthers Brandon Montour (D) Sabers Third round pick in 2021



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