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NHL trade tracker by team: Every move made ahead of the 2023 deadline, sorted by all 32 clubs

The NHL trade deadline is the most chaotic time on the hockey calendar, and the 3 p.m. ET deadline has passed. 

Players have been moving all over the last few weeks, which left a quieter deadline day. But there were still plenty of deals made in the days and weeks ahead of March 3. 

Teams like the Blues, Blackhawks, Predators and Capitals have gone into full sell mode. We saw these clubs ship out players like Ryan O’Reilly, Vladimir Tarasenko, Patrick Kane, Mattias Ekholm and Dmitry Orlov. 

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Having a hard time tracking all your team’s moves? The Sporting News has fans covered, with a team-by-team breakdown of their trades. 

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NHL 2023 deadline trades by team

Disclaimer: The trades listed below are those that have been completed in 2023. 

Anaheim Ducks

Traded for:

  • F Brock McGinn
  • F Josiah Slavin
  • D Andrej Sustr
  • F Dylan Sikura
  • D Chase Priskie
  • F Nikita Nesterenko
  • 2023 3rd-round pick
  • 2025 4th-round pick

Traded away:

  • D John Klingberg
  • D Dmitry Kulikov
  • D Henry Thrun
  • F Hunter Drew
  • F Max Golod
  • D Austin Strand

Completed trades: 

— March 3: The Ducks sent defenseman John Klingberg to the Wild for defenseman Andrej Sustr, forward Nikita Nesterenko and a 2025 4th-round pick. The Ducks are retaining 50% of Klingberg’s salary. 

— March 3: The Sabres sent defenseman Chase Priskie to the Ducks for defenseman Austin Strand. 

— March 3: The Penguins have traded for defenseman Dmitry Kulikov from the Ducks. Anaheim received forward Brock McGinn and a 3rd-round pick for retaining part of Kulikov’s salary. 

— March 2: The Ducks traded forward Max Golod to the Blackhawks for forward Dylan Sikura. 

— Feb. 28: After requesting a trade from the team, the Ducks have sent the rights to defensive prospect Henry Thrun to the Sharks for a 2024 3rd-round pick. 

— Feb. 23: The Ducks sent forward Hunter Drew to the Blackhawks for forward Josiah Slavin, the brother of Hurricanes defenseman Jaccob Slavin. 

Arizona Coyotes

Traded for:

  • D Shea Weber
  • F Jakub Voracek
  • F Brett Ritchie
  • D Michael Kesselring
  • 2023 conditional 1st-round pick
  • 2023 3rd-round pick
  • 2023 5th-round pick
  • 2023 6th-round pick
  • 2024 2nd-round pick
  • 2025 3rd-round pick
  • 2026 2nd-round pick
  • 2026 3rd-round pick

Traded away:

  • D Jakob Chychrun
  • D Shayne Gostibehere
  • D Dysin Mayo
  • F Nick Bjugstad
  • F Nick Ritchie
  • D Troy Stetcher
  • D Cam Dineen
  • G Jon Gillies
  • D Vili Saarjarvi

Completed trades: 

— March 3: The Flames and Coyotes made a deal involving both Ritchie brothers. Arizona sent Calgary defenseman Troy Stetcher and forward Nick Ritchie for defenseman Connor Mackey and forward Brett Ritchie. 

— March 2: The Oilers acquired forward Nick Bjugstad and defenseman Cam Dineen from the Coyotes for defenseman Michael Kesselring and a 2023 3rd-round pick. The Coyotes are retaining 50% of Bjugstad’s salary. 

— March 2: The Coyotes are taking on another large contract. The Blue Jackets traded forward Jakub Voracek and a 2023 6th-round pick to the Coyotes for goaltender Jon Gillies. 

— March 1: One of the major names in the trade market finally earns his move. The Coyotes dealt star defenseman Jakob Chychrun to the Senators for a trio of picks, including a conditional 1st-round pick.

— March 1: The Hurricanes added a puck-moving defenseman to its blue line. The team sent a 2026 third-round pick to the Coyotes for Shayne Gostibehere. 

— Feb. 28: Patrick Kane is headed from the Blackhawks to the Rangers, in addition to forward Cooper Zech. The cost is a conditional 2023 2nd-round pick, a 2023 4th-round pick, defenseman Andy Welinski. The Coyotes are acting as a third-party broker to take on part of Kane’s hit, and get a 2025 3rd-round pick from the Rangers in exchange for defenseman Vili Saarijarvi. 

In total, the Blackhawks retain 50% of Kane’s salary, the Coyotes take on 25% and the Rangers have the other 25%. 

— Feb. 22: The Golden Knights traded Shea Weber’s contract and a 2023 5th-round pick to the Coyotes for defenseman Dysin Mayo. 

Boston Bruins

Traded for:

  • D Dmitry Orlov
  • F Garnet Hathaway
  • F Tyler Bertuzzi
  • F Shane Bowers
  • F Andrei Svetlakov

Traded away:

  • F Craig Smith
  • 2023 1st-round pick
  • 2024 conditional 1st-round pick
  • 2024 3rd-round pick
  • 2025 2nd-round pick
  • 2025 4th-round pick
  • G Keith Kinkaid

Completed trades:

— March 2: The Bruins made another move to add to their lineup. Boston traded a 2024 conditional 1st-round pick and a 2025 4th-round pick for forward Tyler Bertuzzi. 

— Feb. 25: The Bruins acquired forward Shane Bowers from the Avalanche for goaltender Keith Kinkaid. 

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

The Caps also retained 50% of Orlov’s cap hit while the Wild took on 25% for a 2023 5th-round pick. The Bruins also received the rights to forward Andrei Svetlakov from the Wild. 

Buffalo Sabres 

Traded for:

  • F Jordan Greenway
  • D Riley Stillman
  • D Austin Strand
  • 2023 3rd-round pick
  • 2025 7th-round pick
  • Future considerations

Traded away:

  • F Anders Bjork
  • F Rasmus Asplund
  • F Josh Bloom
  • G Erik Portillo
  • D Chase Priskie
  • 2023 2nd-round pick
  • 2024 5th-round pick

Completed trades:

— March 3: The Sabres sent forward Rasmus Asplund to the Predators for a 2025 7th-round pick. 

— March 3: The Sabres sent defenseman Chase Priskie to the Ducks for defenseman Austin Strand. 

— March 3: The Wild ended up dealing Jordan Greenway at the deadline. The Sabres acquired the big winger for a 2023 2nd-round pick and a 2024 5th-rounder. 

— March 2: The Sabres send forward Anders Bjork to the Blackhawks for future considerations. 

— March 1: The Sabres picked up Los Angeles’ third-round pick in this year’s upcoming draft, sending rising goalie prospect Erik Portillo in the opposite direction.

— Feb. 27: The Canucks sent defenseman Riley Stillman to the Sabres for forward Josh Bloom. 

Calgary Flames

Traded for:

  • F Dryden Hunt
  • F Nick Ritchie
  • D Troy Stetcher

Traded away:

  • F Radim Zohorna
  • F Brett Ritchie
  • D Connor Mackey

Completed trades:

— March 3: The Flames and Coyotes made a deal involving both Ritchie brothers. Arizona sent Calgary defenseman Troy Stetcher and forward Nick Ritchie for defenseman Connor Mackey and forward Brett Ritchie. 

— March 3: The Flames made their first move at the deadline. The team traded forward Radim Zohorna to the Maple Leafs for forward Dryden Hunt. 

Carolina Hurricanes

Traded for:

  • F Jesse Puljujarvi
  • D Shayne Gostibehere

Traded away:

  • F Patrik Puistola
  • 2026 3rd-round pick

Completed trades:

— March 1: The Hurricanes added a puck-moving defenseman to its blue line. The team sent a 2026 third-round pick to the Coyotes for Shayne Gostibehere. 

— Feb. 28: The Oilers finally found a new home for Jesse Puljujarvi. The Hurricanes acquired the forward in exchange for forward Patrik Puistola. 

Chicago Blackhawks

Traded for:

  • D Nikita Zaitsev
  • G Anton Khudobin
  • F Anders Bjork
  • F Hunter Drew
  • F Austin Wagner
  • F Joey Anderson
  • F Pavel Gogolev
  • D Andreas Englund
  • D Vili Saarjarvi
  • D Andy Welinski
  • F Max Golod
  • 2023 conditional 2nd-round pick
  • 2023 2nd-round pick
  • 2023 2nd-round pick
  • 2023 4th-round pick
  • 2025 conditional 1st-round pick
  • 2026 2nd-round pick
  • 2026 4th-round pick

Traded away:

  • F Patrick Kane
  • D Jake McCabe
  • F Sam Lafferty
  • F Max Domi
  • D Jack Johnson
  • F Cooper Zech
  • F Dylan Sikura
  • G Dylan Wells
  • 2024 conditional 5th-round pick
  • 2025 conditional 5th-round pick
  • Future considerations

Completed trades:

— March 3: The Kings traded Austin Wagner to the Blackhawks for future considerations.

— March 2: The Ducks traded forward Max Golod to the Blackhawks for forward Dylan Sikura. 

— March 2: The Stars have traded for Blackhawks forward Max Domi and goaltender Dylan Wells. In return, the Blackhawks received goalie Anton Khudobin and a 2023 2nd-round pick. 

— March 2: The Sabres send forward Anders Bjork to the Blackhawks for future considerations. 

— Feb. 28: Patrick Kane is headed from the Blackhawks to the Rangers, in addition to forward Cooper Zech. The cost is a conditional 2023 2nd-round pick, a 2023 4th-round pick, defenseman Andy Welinski. The Coyotes are acting as a third-party broker to take on part of Kane’s hit, and get a 2025 3rd-round pick from the Rangers in exchange for defenseman Vili Saarijarvi. 

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In total, the Blackhawks retain 50% of Kane’s salary, the Coyotes take on 25% and the Rangers have the other 25%. 

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— Feb. 27: The Maple Leafs added two more pieces 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 conditional 2025 1st-round pick and a 2026 2nd-round pick. 

— Feb. 26: Jack Johnson returned to the Avalanche after winning the Cup with the team in 2022. The Blackhawks sent the defenseman to Colorado for defenseman Andreas Englund. 

— Feb. 23: The Ducks sent forward Hunter Drew to the Blackhawks for forward Josiah Slavin, the brother of Hurricanes defenseman Jaccob Slavin.

— Feb. 22: We had the first deal of the deadline involving future considerations. The Blackhawks acquired defenseman Nikita Zaitsev, a 2023 2nd-round pick and a 2026 4th-round pick from the Senators for future considerations.  

Colorado Avalanche

Traded for:

  • D Jack Johnson
  • F Lars Eller
  • F Matt Nieto
  • D Ryan Merkley
  • G Keith Kinkaid

Traded away:

  • F Martin Kaut
  • D Jacob MacDonald
  • F Shane Bowers
  • D Andreas Englund
  • 2025 2nd-round pick

Completed trades:

— March 1: The Avalanche have added to its bottom six. The defending Stanley Cup champions traded for forward Lars Eller from the Capitals for a 2025 2nd-round pick. 

— Feb. 26: Jack Johnson returned to the Avalanche after winning the Cup with the team in 2022. The Blackhawks sent the defenseman to Colorado for defenseman Andreas Englund.

— Feb. 25: The Bruins acquired forward Shane Bowers from the Avalanche for goaltender Keith Kinkaid.  

— Jan. 25: The Avalanche acquired forward Matt Nieto and defenseman Ryan Merkley from the Sharks for forward Martin Kaut and defenseman Jacob MacDonald. It is Nieto’s second stint with Colorado.

Columbus Blue Jackets

Traded for:

  • G Jon Gillies
  • G Michael Hutchinson
  • 2023 conditional 1st-round pick
  • 2023 5th-round pick
  • 2024 3rd-round pick
  • 2025 7th-round pick

Traded away:

  • D Vladislav Gavrikov
  • G Joonas Korpisalo
  • G Jonathan Quick (flipped after Kings trade)
  • F Gustav Nyquist
  • F Jakub Voracek
  • 2023 6th-round pick

Completed trades:

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

— March 2: The Coyotes are taking on another large contract. The Blue Jackets traded forward Jakub Voracek and a 2023 6th-round pick to the Coyotes for goaltender Jon Gillies. 

— March 1: In a stunning move, the Kings traded longtime goaltender Jonathan Quick, a 2023 1st-round pick and a 2024 3rd-round pick to the Blue Jackets for defenseman Vladislav Gavrikov and goalie Joonas Korpisalo. 

— Feb. 28: The Wild traded for Blue Jackets winger Gustav Nyquist. Going back the other way is a 2023 5th-round pick. Nyquist is out the rest of the regular season but could return for a playoff stint. 

Dallas Stars

Traded for:

  • F Evgenii Dadonov
  • F Max Domi
  • G Dylan Wells
  • F Scott Reedy

Traded away:

  • F Denis Gurianov
  • G Anton Khudobin
  • F Jacob Peterson
  • 2023 2nd-round pick

Completed trades:

— March 3: The Stars and Sharks have worked out a deal, as San Jose acquired forward Jacob Peterson in exchange for forward Scott Reedy. 

— March 2: The Stars have traded for Blackhawks forward Max Domi and goaltender Dylan Wells. In return, the Blackhawks received goalie Anton Khudobin and a 2023 2nd-round pick. 

— Feb. 26: A one-for-one deal between the Stars and Canadiens, as Denis Gurianov was traded to the Habs for Evgenii Dadonov. 

Detroit Red Wings

Traded for:

  • F Jasper Weatherby
  • F Dylan McLaughlin
  • 2023 conditional 1st-round pick
  • 2023 2nd-round pick
  • 2023 4th-round pick
  • 2024 conditional 1st-round pick
  • 2025 4th-round pick
  • 2025 7th-round pick

Traded away:

  • F Tyler Bertuzzi
  • D Filip Hronek
  • F Jakub Vrana
  • F Oskar Sundqvist
  • F Kyle Criscuolo
  • 2023 4th-round pick

Completed trades:

— March 3: The Wild sent the Red Wings a 2023 4th-round pick for forward Oskar Sundqvist. 

— March 3: The Blues have traded for Red Wings forward Jakub Vrana, who missed time this year while in the NHL/NHLPA player assistance program. In return, the Red Wings received forward Dylan McLaughlin and a 2025 7th-round pick. 

— March 2: The Bruins made another move to add to their lineup. Boston traded a 2024 conditional 1st-round pick and a 2025 4th-round pick for forward Tyler Bertuzzi. 

— March 1: One of the more surprising deals came between Detroit and Vancouver. The Red Wings traded defenseman Filip Hronek and a 2023 4th-round pick to the Canucks for a conditional 2023 1st-round pick and a 2023 2nd-round pick. 

— Jan. 18: The Red Wings have traded for forward Jasper Weatherby from the Sharks. In return, the Sharks received forward Kyle Criscuolo. 

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Edmonton Oilers

Traded for:

  • D Mattias Ekholm
  • F Nick Bjugstad
  • D Cam Dineen
  • F Patrik Puistola
  • 2023 6th-round pick

Traded away:

  • F Jesse Puljujarvi
  • D Tyson Barrie
  • F Reid Schaefer
  • D Michael Kesselring
  • 2023 1st-round pick
  • 2023 3rd-round pick
  • 2024 4th-round pick

Completed trades:

— March 2: The Oilers acquired forward Nick Bjugstad and defenseman Cam Dineen from the Coyotes for defenseman Michael Kesselring and a 2023 3rd-round pick. The Coyotes are retaining 50% of Bjugstad’s salary. 

— Feb. 28: The Oilers made their big move, as the team traded for Predators defenseman Mattias Ekholm. The Predators received defenseman Tyson Barrie, forward prospect Reid Schaefer, a 2023 1st-round pick and a 2024 4th-round pick. The Oilers also got a 2023 6th-round pick with Ekholm. 

— Feb. 28: The Oilers finally found a new home for Jesse Puljujarvi. The Hurricanes acquired the forward in exchange for forward Patrik Puistola. 

Florida Panthers

Traded for:

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Traded away:

N/A

Completed trades:

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Los Angeles Kings

Traded for:

  • D Vladislav Gavrikov
  • G Joonas Korpisalo
  • G Erik Portillo
  • F Nate Schnarr
  • Future considerations

Traded away:

  • G Jonathan Quick
  • F Austin Wagner
  • D Frederic Allard
  • 2023 conditional 1st-round pick
  • 2023 3rd-round pick
  • 2024 3rd-round pick

Completed trades:

— March 3: The Kings traded Austin Wagner to the Blackhawks for future considerations.

— March 3: The Kings acquired forward Nate Schnarr from the Canadiens in exchange for defenseman Frederic Allard. 

— March 1: The Sabres picked up Los Angeles’ third-round pick in this year’s upcoming draft, sending rising goalie prospect Erik Portillo in the opposite direction.

— March 1: In a stunning move, the Kings traded longtime goaltender Jonathan Quick, a 2023 conditional 1st-round pick and a 2024 3rd-round pick to the Blue Jackets for defenseman Vladislav Gavrikov and goalie Joonas Korpisalo. 

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Minnesota Wild

Traded for:

  • D John Klingberg
  • F Gustav Nyquist
  • F Marcus Johansson
  • F Oskar Sundqvist
  • 2023 2nd-round pick
  • 2023 5th-round pick
  • 2024 5th-round pick
  • 2025 4th-round pick

Traded away:

  • F Jordan Greenway
  • D Andrej Sust
  • F Andrei Svetlakov
  • F Nikita Nesterenko
  • 2023 4th-round pick
  • 2023 5th-round pick
  • 2024 3rd-round pick
  • 2025 4th-round pick

Completed trades:

— March 3: The Ducks sent defenseman John Klingberg to the Wild for defenseman Andrej Sustr, forward Nikita Nesterenko and a 2025 4th-round pick. The Ducks are retaining 50% of Klingberg’s salary. 

— March 3: The Wild sent the Red Wings a 2023 4th-round pick for forward Oskar Sundqvist. 

— March 3: The Wild ended up dealing Jordan Greenway at the deadline. The Sabres acquired the big winger for a 2023 2nd-round pick and a 2024 5th-rounder. 

— Feb. 28: The Wild traded for Blue Jackets winger Gustav Nyquist. Going back the other way is a 2023 5th-round pick. Nyquist is out the rest of the regular season but could return for a playoff stint. 

— Feb. 28: Marcus Johansson is getting moved at another trade deadline. The Capitals traded the winger to the Wild for a 2024 3rd-round pick. 

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

The Caps also retained 50% of Orlov’s cap hit while the Wild took on 25% for a 2023 5th-round pick. The Bruins also received the rights to forward Andrei Svetlakov from the Wild. 

— Feb. 17: The Blues made another major move, 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 they received Mikhail Abramov, Adam Gaudette, 2023 1st-round pick, 2023 3rd-round pick and a 2024 2nd-round pick.

The Wild also received a 2025 4th-round pick from the Maple Leafs for retaining 25% of O’Reilly’s salary. 

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Montreal Canadiens

Traded for:

  • F Denis Guraniov
  • D Frederic Allard
  • D Tony Sund
  • 2024 5th-round pick

Traded away:

  • F Evgenii Dadonov
  • F Nate Schnarr
  • D Arvid Henrikson

Completed trades:

— March 3: Nick Bonino is going back to Pittsburgh. The Penguins acquired the forward in a three-way deal with the Sharks and Canadiens. The Sharks received a 2023 7th-round pick, a 2024 5th-round pick and defenseman Arvid Henrikson while the Canadiens got defenseman Tony Sund and a 2024 5th-round pick for retaining 50% of Bonino’s salary. 

— March 3: The Kings acquired forward Nate Schnarr from the Canadiens in exchange for defenseman Frederic Allard. 

— Feb. 26: A one-for-one deal between the Stars and Canadiens, as Denis Gurianov was traded to the Habs for Evgenii Dadonov. 

Nashville Predators

Traded for:

  • D Tyson Barrie
  • D Cal Foote
  • F Reid Schaefer
  • F Austin Rueschhoff
  • F Isaac Ratcliffe
  • 2023 1st-round pick
  • 2023 2nd-round pick
  • 2023 3rd-round pick
  • 2023 4th-round pick
  • 2023 5th-round pick
  • 2024 2nd-round pick
  • 2024 2nd-round pick
  • 2024 4th-round pick
  • 2025 conditional 1st-round pick

Traded away:

  • D Mattias Ekholm
  • F Tanner Jeannot
  • F Nino Neiderreiter
  • F Mikael Granlund
  • 2023 6th-round pick
  • Future considerations

Completed trades:

— March 1: The Penguins traded for Predators forward Mikael Granlund, which cost a 2023 2nd-round pick. 

— Feb. 28: The Oilers made their big move, as the team traded for Predators defenseman Mattias Ekholm. The Predators received defenseman Tyson Barrie, forward prospect Reid Schaefer, a 2023 1st-round pick and a 2024 4th-round pick. The Oilers also got a 2023 6th-round pick with Ekholm. 

— Feb. 28: The Predators acquired forward Austin Rueschhoff from the Rangers for future considerations. 

— Feb. 26: The Predators traded for Flyers forward Isaac Ratcliffe for future considerations. 

— Feb. 26: The Lightning made their deadline move, trading for Predators forward Tanner Jeannot. The cost was a bit jaw-dropping, as the Predators received defenseman Cal Foote, a 2025 conditional 1st-round pick, a 2024 2nd-round pick and a 3rd-, 4th- and 5th-round pick in 2023. 

— Feb. 25: Forward Nino Neiderreiter was traded from the Predators to the Jets for a 2024 2nd-round pick. 

New Jersey Devils

Traded for:

  • F Timo Meier
  • F Curtis Lazar
  • F Timur Ibragimov
  • D Scott Harrington
  • D Santeri Hatakka
  • G Zachary Emond
  • 2024 5th-round pick

Traded away:

  • F Fabian Zetterlund
  • F Andreas Johnsson
  • D Shakir Muhkamadullin
  • D Nikita Okhotuik
  • 2023 conditional 1st-round pick
  • 2024 conditional 2nd-round pick
  • 2024 4th-round pick
  • 2024 7th-round pick

Completed trades:

— March 3: The Devils added forward Curtis Lazar from the Canucks for a 2024 4th-round pick. 

— Feb. 26: After much waiting, Timo Meier was moved out of San Jose. The Sharks traded Meier to the Devils for forwards Fabian Zetterlund and Andreas Johnsson, defensemen Shakir Muhkamadullin and Nikita Okhotiuk, a conditional 2023 1st-round pick, a conditional 2024 2nd-round pick and a 2024 7th-round pick. 

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

New York Islanders

Traded for:

  • F Bo Horvat
  • F Pierre Engvall

Traded away:

  • F Anthony Beauvillier
  • F Aatu Raty
  • 2023 conditional 1st-round pick
  • 2024 3rd-round pick

Completed trades:

— Feb. 28: The Maple Leafs traded forward Pierre Engvall to the Islanders for a 3rd-round pick in 2024. 

— Jan. 30: The first major move ahead of 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 2023 1st-round pick.

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

New York Rangers

Traded for:

  • F Vladimir Tarasenko
  • F Patrick Kane
  • D Niko Mikkola
  • F Tyler Motte
  • F William Lockwood
  • 2026 7th-round pick
  • Future considerations

Traded away:

  • F Sammy Blais
  • F Vitali Kravtsov
  • F Julian Gauthier
  • D Hunter Skinner
  • F Austin Rueschhoff
  • D Andy Welinski
  • 2023 conditional 1st-round pick
  • 2023 conditional 7th-round pick
  • 2024 4th-round pick

Completed trades:

— Feb. 28: The Predators acquired forward Austin Rueschhoff from the Rangers for future considerations. 

— Feb. 28: Patrick Kane is headed from the Blackhawks to the Rangers, in addition to forward Cooper Zech. The cost is a conditional 2023 2nd-round pick, a 2023 4th-round pick, defenseman Andy Welinski. The Coyotes are acting as a third-party broker to take on part of Kane’s hit, and get a 2025 3rd-round pick from the Rangers in exchange for defenseman Vili Saarijarvi. 

In total, the Blackhawks retain 50% of Kane’s salary, the Coyotes take on 25% and the Rangers have the other 25%. 

— Feb. 25: The Rangers have moved on from forward Vitali Kravtsov, as the team traded the Russian to the Canucks for forward William Lockwood and a 2026 7th-round pick. 

— Feb. 19: For the second consecutive trade deadline, the Rangers brought in Tyler Motte. The forward was traded from the Senators for forward Julien Gauthier and a conditional 2023 7th-round pick. 

— Feb. 9: The Vladimir Tarasenko era in St. Louis came to a close, as the Rangers traded for the winger, along with defenseman Niko Mikkola. Going back to the Blues was forward Sammy Blais, defenseman Hunter Skinner, a conditional 2023 1st-round pick and a 2024 4th-round pick. 

Ottawa Senators

Traded for:

  • D Jakob Chychrun
  • F Julien Gauthier
  • F Patrick Brown
  • 2023 conditional 7th-round pick
  • Future considerations

Traded away:

  • F Tyler Motte
  • D Nikita Zaitsev
  • 2023 conditional 1st-round pick
  • 2023 2nd-round pick
  • 2023 6th-round pick
  • 2024 2nd-round pick
  • 2026 2nd-round pick
  • 2026 4th-round pick

Completed trades:

— March 3: The Flyers traded forward Patrick Brown to the Senators for a 2023 6th-round pick. 

— March 1: One of the major names in the trade market finally earns his move. The Coyotes dealt star defenseman Jakob Chychrun to the Senators for a trio of picks, including a conditional 1st-round pick.

— Feb. 22: We had the first deal of the deadline involving future considerations. The Blackhawks acquired defenseman Nikita Zaitsev, a 2023 2nd-round pick and a 2026 4th-round pick from the Senators for future considerations.  

— Feb. 19: For the second consecutive trade deadline, the Rangers brought in Tyler Motte. The forward was traded from the Senators for forward Julien Gauthier and a conditional 2023 7th-round pick. 

Philadelphia Flyers

Traded for:

  • F Brendan Lemieux
  • 2023 6th-round pick
  • 2024 5th-round pick
  • Future considerations

Traded away:

  • F Zach MacEwen
  • F Patrick Brown
  • F Isaac Ratcliffe

Completed trades:

— March 3: The Flyers traded forward Patrick Brown to the Senators for a 2023 6th-round pick. 

— March 3: The Flyers and Kings swapped fourth-liners, as the Flyers acquired Brendan Lemieux and a 2024 5th-round pick for Zach MacEwen. 

— Feb. 26: The Predators traded for Flyers forward Isaac Ratcliffe for future considerations. 

Pittsburgh Penguins

Traded for:

  • F Mikael Granlund
  • F Nick Bonino
  • D Dmitry Kulikov
  • D Peter DiLiberatore
  • 2024 3rd-round pick

Traded away:

  • F Teddy Blueger
  • F Brock McGinn
  • 2023 2nd-round pick
  • 2023 7th-round pick
  • 2024 conditional 5th-round pick

Completed trades:

— March 3: The Penguins have traded for defenseman Dmitry Kulikov from the Ducks. Anaheim received forward Brock McGinn and a 3rd-round pick for retaining part of Kulikov’s salary. 

— March 3: Nick Bonino is going back to Pittsburgh. The Penguins acquired the forward in a three-way deal with the Sharks and Canadiens. The Sharks received a 2023 7th-round pick, a 2024 5th-round pick and defenseman Arvid Henrikson while the Canadiens got defenseman Tony Sund and a 2024 5th-round pick for retaining 50% of Bonino’s salary. 

— March 1: The Penguins traded for Predators forward Mikael Granlund, which cost a 2023 2nd-round pick. 

— March 1: The Penguins traded forward Teddy Blueger to the Golden Knights for defenseman Peter DiLiberatore and a 2024 3rd-round pick. 

San Jose Sharks

Traded for:

  • F Fabian Zetterlund
  • F Andreas Johnsson
  • D Shakir Muhkamadullin
  • D Nikita Okhotuik
  • F Martin Kaut
  • D Jacob MacDonald
  • D Henry Thrun
  • D Arvid Henrikson
  • F Jacob Peterson
  • 2023 conditional 1st-round pick
  • 2023 4th-round pick
  • 2023 7th-round pick
  • 2024 conditional 2nd-round pick
  • 2024 conditional 5th-round pick
  • 2024 7th-round pick
  • 2025 4th-round pick

Traded away:

  • F Timo Meier
  • D Jaycob Megna
  • F Matt Nieto
  • F Nick Bonino
  • D Ryan Merkley
  • F Michael Eyssimont
  • F Vladislav Namestnikov (flipped after Lightning trade)
  • F Timur Ibragimov
  • D Scott Harrington
  • D Santeri Hatakka
  • D Tony Sund
  • G Zachary Emond
  • F Scott Reedy
  • 2024 3rd-round pick
  • 2024 5th-round pick
  • 2024 5th-round pick

Completed trades:

— March 3: The Stars and Sharks have worked out a deal, as San Jose acquired forward Jacob Peterson in exchange for forward Scott Reedy. 

— March 3: Nick Bonino is going back to Pittsburgh. The Penguins acquired the forward in a three-way deal with the Sharks and Canadiens. The Sharks received a 2023 7th-round pick, a 2024 5th-round pick and defenseman Arvid Henrikson while the Canadiens got defenseman Tony Sund and a 2024 5th-round pick for retaining 50% of Bonino’s salary. 

— March 3: Vladislav Namestnikov was flipped to the Jets after the Sharks acquired him in a trade with the Lightning for Michael Eyssimont. The Sharks got a 2025 4th-round pick in the deal. 

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— March 1: The Sharks and Lightning made a one-for-one deal. Forward Michael Eyssimont went from San Jose to Tampa for forward Vladislav Namestnikov. 

— Feb. 28: After requesting a trade from the team, the Ducks have sent the rights to defensive prospect Henry Thrun to the Sharks for a 2024 3rd-round pick. 

— Feb. 26: After much waiting, Timo Meier was moved out of San Jose. The Sharks traded Meier to the Devils for forwards Fabian Zetterlund and Andreas Johnsson, defensemen Shakir Muhkamadullin and Nikita Okhotiuk, a conditional 2023 1st-round pick, a conditional 2024 2nd-round pick and a 2024 7th-round pick. 

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

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— Feb. 5: Kraken traded for defenseman Jaycob Megna from the Sharks for a 2023 4th-round pick.

— Jan. 25: The Avalanche acquired forward Matt Nieto and defenseman Ryan Merkley from the Sharks for forward Martin Kaut and defenseman Jacob MacDonald. It is Nieto’s second stint with Colorado.

Seattle Kraken

Traded for:

Traded away:

Completed trades:

— Feb. 5: Kraken traded for defenseman Jaycob Megna from the Sharks for a 2023 4th-round pick.

St. Louis Blues

Traded for:

  • F Sammy Blais
  • F Jakub Vrana
  • D Hunter Skinner
  • F Mikhail Abramov
  • F Adam Guadette
  • F Zach Dean
  • 2023 conditional 1st-round pick
  • 2023 1st-round pick
  • 2023 3rd-round pick
  • 2024 2nd-round pick
  • 2024 4th-round pick

Traded away:

  • F Vladimir Tarasenko
  • F Ryan O’Reilly
  • F Noel Acciari
  • F Ivan Barbashev
  • D Niko Mikkola
  • F Dylan McLaughlin
  • 2025 7th-round pick

Completed trades:

— March 3: The Blues have traded for Red Wings forward Jakub Vrana, who missed time this year while in the NHL/NHLPA player assistance program. In return, the Red Wings received forward Dylan McLaughlin and a 2025 7th-round pick. 

— Feb. 26: The Golden Knights traded for forward Ivan Barbashev from the Blues. In exchange, the Blues received forward prospect Zach Dean. 

— Feb. 17: The Blues made another major move, 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 they received Mikhail Abramov, Adam Gaudette, 2023 1st-round pick, 2023 3rd-round pick and a 2024 2nd-round pick.

The Wild also received a 2025 4th-round pick from the Maple Leafs for retaining 25% of O’Reilly’s salary. 

— Feb. 9: The Vladimir Tarasenko era in St. Louis came to a close, as the Rangers traded for the winger, along with defenseman Niko Mikkola. Going back to the Blues was forward Sammy Blais, defenseman Hunter Skinner, a conditional 2023 1st-round pick and a 2024 4th-round pick. 

Tampa Bay Lightning

Traded for:

  • F Tanner Jeannot
  • F Michael Eyssimont

Traded away:

  • D Cal Foote
  • F Vladislav Namestnikov
  • 2023 3rd-round pick
  • 2023 4th-round pick
  • 2023 5th-round pick
  • 2024 2nd-round pick
  • 2025 conditional 1st-round pick

Completed trades:

— March 1: The Sharks and Lightning made a one-for-one deal. Michael Eyssimont went from San Jose to Tampa for Vladislav Namestnikov. 

— Feb. 26: The Lightning made their deadline move, trading for Predators forward Tanner Jeannot. The cost was a bit jaw-dropping, as the Predators received defenseman Cal Foote, a 2025 conditional 1st-round pick, a 2024 2nd-round pick and a 3rd-, 4th- and 5th-round pick in 2023. 

Toronto Maple Leafs

Traded for:

  • F Ryan O’Reilly
  • F Noel Acciari
  • D Jake McCabe
  • F Sam Lafferty
  • D Erik Gustafsson
  • D Luke Schenn
  • F Radim Zohorna
  • 2023 1st-round pick
  • 2024 3rd-round pick
  • 2024 conditional 5th-round pick
  • 2025 conditional 5th-round pick

Traded away:

  • D Ramus Sandin
  • F Pierre Engvall
  • F Dryden Hunt
  • F Mikhail Abramov
  • F Adam Gaudette
  • F Joey Anderson
  • F Pavel Gogolev
  • 2023 1st-round pick
  • 2023 3rd-round pick
  • 2023 3rd-round pick
  • 2024 2nd-round pick
  • 2025 conditional 1st-round pick
  • 2025 4th-round pick
  • 2026 2nd-round pick

Completed trades:

— March 3: The Flames made their first move at the deadline. The team traded forward Radim Zohorna to the Maple Leafs for forward Dryden Hunt. 

— Feb. 28: The Maple Leafs traded forward Pierre Engvall to the Islanders for a 3rd-round pick in 2024. 

— Feb. 28: In addition to the Sandin trade, the Maple Leafs made a move for defenseman Luke Schenn. The team acquired the blue liner from the Canucks for a 2023 3rd-round pick. 

— Feb. 28: The Maple Leafs traded defenseman Rasmus Sandin to the Capitals for defenseman Erik Gustafsson and the Bruins’ 2023 1st-round pick. Washington previously acquired Boston’s pick in the Orlov trade.

— Feb. 27: The Maple Leafs added two more pieces 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 conditional 2025 1st-round pick and a 2026 2nd-round pick. 

— Feb. 17: The Blues made another major move, 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 they received Mikhail Abramov, Adam Gaudette, 2023 1st-round pick, 2023 3rd-round pick and a 2024 2nd-round pick.

The Wild also received a 2025 4th-round pick from the Maple Leafs for retaining 25% of O’Reilly’s salary. 

Vancouver Canucks

Traded for:

  • F Anthony Beauvillier
  • D Filip Hronek
  • F Vitali Kravtsov
  • F Aatu Raty
  • F Josh Bloom
  • 2023 conditional 1st-round pick
  • 2023 3rd-round pick
  • 2023 4th-round pick
  • 2024 4th-round pick

Traded away:

  • F Bo Horvat
  • D Luke Schenn
  • F William Lockwood
  • D Riley Stillman
  • F Curtis Lazar
  • 2023 conditional 1st-round pick
  • 2023 2nd-round pick
  • 2026 7th-round pick

Completed trades:

— March 3: The Devils added forward Curtis Lazar from the Canucks for a 2024 4th-round pick. 

— March 1: One of the more surprising deals came between Detroit and Vancouver. The Red Wings traded defenseman Filip Hronek and a 2023 4th-round pick to the Canucks for a conditional 2023 1st-round pick and a 2023 2nd-round pick. 

— Feb. 28: In addition to the Sandin trade, the Maple Leafs made a move for defenseman Luke Schenn. The team acquired the blue liner from the Canucks for a 2023 3rd-round pick. 

— Feb. 27: The Canucks sent defenseman Riley Stillman to the Sabres for forward Josh Bloom. 

— Feb. 25: The Rangers have moved on from forward Vitali Kravtsov, as the team traded the Russian to the Canucks for forward William Lockwood and a 2026 7th-round pick. 

— Jan. 30: The first major move ahead of 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 2023 1st-round pick.

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

Vegas Golden Knights

Traded for:

  • F Ivan Barbashev
  • F Teddy Blueger
  • D Dysin Mayo
  • G Jonathan Quick

Traded away:

  • F Zach Dean
  • D Shea Weber
  • D Peter DiLiberatore
  • G Michael Hutchinson
  • 2023 5th-round pick
  • 2024 3rd-round pick
  • 2025 7th-round pick

Completed trades:

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

— March 1: The Penguins traded forward Teddy Blueger to the Golden Knights for defenseman Peter DiLiberatore and a 2024 3rd-round pick. 

— Feb. 26: The Golden Knights traded for forward Ivan Barbashev from the Blues. In exchange, the Blues received forward prospect Zach Dean. 

— Feb. 22: The Golden Knights traded Shea Weber’s contract and a 2023 5th-round pick to the Coyotes for defenseman Dysin Mayo. 

Washington Capitals

Traded for:

  • F Craig Smith
  • D Rasmus Sandin
  • 2023 1st-round pick
  • 2024 3rd-round pick
  • 2024 3rd-round pick
  • 2025 2nd-round pick
  • 2025 2nd-round pick

Traded away:

  • D Dmitry Orlov
  • F Garnet Hathaway
  • F Marcus Johansson
  • D Erik Gustafsson
  • F Lars Eller
  • 2023 1st-round pick

Completed trades:

— March 1: The Avalanche have added to their bottom six. The defending Stanley Cup champions traded for forward Lars Eller from the Capitals for a 2025 2nd-round pick. 

— Feb. 28: The Maple Leafs traded defenseman Rasmus Sandin to the Capitals for defenseman Erik Gustafsson and the Bruins’ 2023 1st-round pick. Washington previously acquired Boston’s pick in the Orlov trade.

— Feb. 28: Marcus Johansson is getting moved at another trade deadline. The Capitals traded the winger to the Wild for a 2024 3rd-round pick. 

— Feb. 23: After slipping in the standings, the Capitals became sellers, sending defenseman Dmitry Orlov and forward Garnet Hathaway to the Bruins. In exchange, Boston sent Washington forward Craig Smith, a 2023 1st-round pick, a 2024 3rd-round pick and a 2025 2nd-round pick.

The Caps also retained 50% of Orlov’s cap hit while the Wild took on 25% for a 2023 5th-round pick. The Bruins also received the rights to forward Andrei Svetlakov from the Wild. 

Winnipeg Jets

Traded for:

  • F Nino Neiderreiter
  • F Vladislav Namestnikov

Traded away:

  • 2024 2nd-round pick
  • 2025 4th-round pick

Completed trades:

— March 3: Vladislav Namestnikov was flipped to the Jets after the Sharks acquired him in a trade with the Lightning for Michael Eyssimont. The Sharks got a 2025 4th-round pick in the deal. 

— Feb. 25: Forward Nino Neiderreiter was traded from the Predators to the Jets for a 2024 2nd-round pick.

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