The 2017 NHL trade deadline is upon us!
Some huge names are already off the board: Kevin Shattenkirk, Martin Hanzal and Ben Bishop are all headed to new teams. But there’s enough intrigue left for the actual deadline, which falls at 3 p.m. ET.
Trades, signings, and notable news
Shane Doan would wave his no-trade clause to go to Montreal.
Carolina is shopping Teuvo Teravainen just a year after trading for him. Huh.
Add a few more names to the Lightning’s trade block.
Patrick Sharp’s injury will keep him off the trade block.
The market is heating up for Thomas Vanek: the Panthers and Kings are in on him.
Valtteri Filppula rejected a trade to the Leafs.
Montreal is interested in Steve Ott. Uh ... why?
The Flyers are trying to re-sign Michal Neuvirth. What does that mean for Steve Mason?
Patrick Sharp is injured and might not be on the market anymore ... but he’s playing tonight. Who knows.
The Islanders are moving to trade Jaroslav Halak.
The Bruins might look at Jannik Hansen.
And they might be trading Ryan Murphy.
The Avs are still listening to offers for Duchene and Landeskog.
Toronto says they won’t be active at the trade deadline. Hm. Sure.
The Wings are getting a lot of calls on Thomas Vanek.
The Blackhawks were never in the mix for Martin Hanzal.
The Maple Leafs are making noise with the Red Wings at a ridiculous price.
The Rangers are connected to Brendan Smith.
Pittsburgh doesn’t plan on trading Marc-Andre Fleury. Boring.
Kevin Shattenkirk nixed a trade to the Lightning recently, and now the Blues are forced to accept less than they want for him.
So the Blues and Oilers almost completed a Shattenkirk trade last summer. What happened?
Ben Bishop has eight teams on his no-trade clause ... but agreed to a trade during the 2016 draft. Hm.
The Penguins GM gave some insight into his plans.
Contrary to popular opinion, there IS a way Chicago could acquire Matt Duchene.
Vegas won’t play ball at the deadline.
The Red Wings are selling, but it sounds like they don’t know how to sell.
A Canadiens defenseman is officially on the market.
And here’s a look at the rest of the rental d-man market.
The Rangers are still highly interested in Kevin Shattenkirk.
The Islanders want Matt Duchene.
The Devils are nearing a big decision about Mike Cammalleri.
Florida is making a lot of noise about becoming buyers.
The Earth continues to spin along its lonely orbit in the void.
Why are the Kings and Rangers scouting each other?
Detroit might have a defenseman the Penguins could use.
Martin Hanzal upped his trade value on Monday.
The Canadiens also have entered the Matt Duchene, Gabriel Landeskog sweepstakes...
And Alex Galchenyuk could be a trade asset sent the other way.
The Avalanche and Bruins GMs sparked a ton of trade speculation with a public meeting.
The Stars say they won’t make a trade for ten days.
The Rangers have more than a few options at the deadline.
Kevin Shattenkirk would be open to a trade to the Leafs or Canadiens.
The Avalanche and Hurricanes have been scouting each other and now a report is floating the real possibility of a Justin Faulk trade.
As Dallas falls out of the playoff race, Patrick Sharp and Patrick Eaves might be in play.
Evander Kane is either not available for trades or way more expensive than he used to be.
The Avalanche are interested in trading for Oilers defenseman Brandon Davison.
The Leafs keep getting linked to depth forwards, which leaves us confused.
There are better options for the Hurricanes than Matt Duchene.
Meanwhile, Duchene-to-Nashville rumors won’t die.
Vegas is meeting with Jack Capuano for its head coach position. Next up could be Claude Julien.
The Avalanche and Lightning are circling Ducks defensemen like vultures.
Also getting a look from Colorado, 25-year-old defenseman Brandon Davidson from Edmonton.
The Penguins and Stars have had “very preliminary” talks about a Marc-Andre Fleury trade.
Curtis Lazar might be trade bait for the Senators.
Ben Bishop is open to a trade from the Lightning.
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