NHL trade deadline tracker: Live rumors, news, updates on the 2023 deadline

The trading deadline in the NHL is here.

March 3rd is the last day that teams can trade. Competitors are preparing for a playoff push while those at the bottom of the league look to sell.

Friday can end up being a quieter day than past deadlines. Much of the biggest names that are expected to move have already traded. Those deals include Patrick Kane and Vladimir Tarasenko for the Rangers, Ryan O’Reilly for the Maple Leafs, Jakob Chychrun for the Senators and Timo Meier for the Devils.

The Sporting News keeps you up to date on the latest NHL trade deadline deals.

NHL trade deadline 2023: Follow the latest news, rumours

(All times Easter)

Top trading targets available on the deadline

Many of the biggest names were already being moved before Friday.

Top 20 players still available as ranked by The Sporting News:

rank player position team Old cap hit Years
1 Brock Bad Forward canucks 26 $6.65 million 2
2 James van Riemsdyk Forward flyers 33 $7M UFA
3 Max Domi Forward Blackhawks 28 $3 million UFA
4 John Klingerberg defense ducks 30 $7M UFA
5 Matt Dumba defense Wild 28 $6M UFA
6 Kevin Hayes Forward flyers 30 $7.142M 3
7 Nick Bjugstad Forward coyotes 30 $0.9M UFA
8th Jordan Greenway Forward Wild 26 $3 million 2
9 J T Miller Forward canucks 29 $5.25 million 7
10 Kevin Labanc Forward sharks 27 $4.725M 1
11 Dmitry Kulikov defense ducks 32 $2.25 million UFA
12 Jacob Reimer goalie sharks 34 $2.25 million UFA
13 Tyson Barrie defense predators 31 $4.5 million 1
14 Torey Krug defense blues 31 $6.5 million 4
15 Colton Parayko defense blues 29 $6.5 million 7
16 Joel Edmundson defense Canadian 29 $3.5 million 1
17 Cam Talbot goalie senators 35 $3.67 million UFA
18 Ivan Provorov defense flyers 26 $6.75 million 2
19 Adam Henrique Forward ducks 33 $5.825 million 1
20 Conor Sheary Forward capital Cities 30 $1.5 million UFA
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List of major NHL trade deadlines

– 2nd March: Just a day after acquiring Jonathan Quick from the Kings, the Blue Jackets traded the goaltender for the Golden Knights. In return, the Blue Jackets received goalie Michael Hutchinson and a 7th-round pick in 2025.

– 1st March: One of the big names in the trading market finally got his turn. The Coyotes dealt the Senators star defenseman Jakob Chychrun for a trio of picks, including a conditional first-round pick.

– 1st March: In a stunning move, the Kings traded longtime goaltender Jonathan Quick, a conditional first-round pick from 2023 and a third-round pick from 2024 to the Blue Jackets for defenseman Vladislav Gavrikov and goaltender Joonas Korpisalo.

— February 28: The Oilers made their big move when the team traded for Predators defenseman Mattias Ekholm. The Predators earned defenseman Tyson Barrie, forward Reid Schaefer, a 2023 first-round pick and a 2024 fourth-round pick. The Oilers also earned a 2023 6th-round pick in Ekholm.

— February 28: Patrick Kane is moving from the Blackhawks to the Rangers. The reported costs are a conditional second-round pick in 2023 and a fourth-round pick in 2023. The Coyotes are acting as third-parties to pick up some of Kane’s hit and a third-round pick from the Rangers Round 2025 to get.

Overall, the Blackhawks keep 50% of Kane’s salary, the Coyotes 25%, and the Rangers the other 25%.

– 27th of February: The Maple Leafs added two more plays before the deadline. The team acquired defenseman Jake McCabe and forward Sam Lafferty from the Blackhawks, in addition to conditional 5th-round picks in 2024 and 2025. The Blackhawks received forwards Joey Anderson and Pavel Gogolev, a 2025 conditional 1st-round pick. round and choose a 2026 for the 2nd round.

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— February 26: After a long wait, Timo Meier was transferred from San Jose. The Sharks traded Meier to forwards Fabian Zetterlund and Andreas Johnsson, defensemen Shakir Muhkamadullin and Nikita Okhotiuk, a 2023 conditional 1st-round pick, a 2024 conditional 2nd-round pick, and a 2024 7th-round pick. Round.

In addition to Meier, the Devils received forward Timur Ibragimov, defensemen Scott Harrington and Santeri Hatakka, goaltender Zachary Emond, and a 2024 5th-round pick.

— February 23: After slipping in the standings, the Capitals became sellers, sending defender Dmitry Orlov and forward Garnet Hathaway to the Bruins. In return, Boston sent Washington forward Craig Smith, a 2023 first-round pick, a 2024 third-round pick and a 2025 second-round pick.

— February 17: The Blues took another big step, sending forwards Ryan O’Reilly and Noel Acciari to the Maple Leafs in a three-team deal. The Blues retained 50% of O’Reilly’s cap hit while receiving Mikhail Abramov, Adam Gaudette, 2023 1st round pick, 2023 3rd round pick, and 2024 2nd round pick.

The Wild also received a 2025 fourth-round pick from the Maple Leafs for keeping 25% of O’Reilly’s salary.

— February 9: Vladimir Tarasenko’s era at St. Louis came to an end when Rangers traded for the winger along with defender Niko Mikkola. Returning to the Blues were forward Sammy Blais, defenseman Hunter Skinner, a conditional first-round pick in 2023 and a fourth-round pick in 2024.

– January 30th: The first major move before the deadline was made between the Canucks and the Islanders. Bo Horvat was traded to New York for forwards Anthony Beauvillier, Aatu Raty and a conditional first-round pick in 2023.

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Horvat and the Islanders agreed a week later on an eight-year, $68 million extension.

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