The Washington Capitals were won of the busiest teams at the deadline, acquiring four roster players in four separate deals. In general, Caps fans are happy with the moves, if not underwhelmed.
Four useful NHL caliber players to be sure, and an effort to generally address some of the team's needs both in style of play and on the depth chart, but not the shiny bauble some fans undoubtedly wanted. The good news is on the "Out" side of the equation. Second round picks have some value, but with a solid farm system in place the Capitals don't need them as much as some other teams, and only one NHL roster player was moved (and one who was replaced, on paper at least, by a comparable yet better player).