Move over, Buffalo. The Arizona Coyotes accelerated their rebuild and brightened their future with their big trades over the weekend. More
The New York Rangers were by far the busiest NHL team the day before the trade deadline – and late Sunday night, they finished up by signing winger Mats Zuccarello to a four-year, $18-million contract extension.
With the Red Wings unsure of a return for key left winger Johan Franzen, GM Ken Holland traded for the experience and pedigree of veteran Erik Cole Sunday. Detroit surrendered two prospects and a draft pick in the deal, but it's a smart bet whether or not Franzen is healthy.
The Winnipeg Jets continued tinkering with their lineup as they fight for a playoff spot, acquiring veteran winger Lee Stempniak from the Rangers Sunday in return for young winger Carl Klingberg.
Panthers winger Jaromir Jagr is a surefire first-ballot Hockey Hall-of-Famer, and Sunday against Tampa Bay, the Czech icon set two more milestones: his first goal for Florida, and his 717th career goal – tying him with Phil Esposito for fifth on the NHL's all-time scorer's list.
New York Rangers GM Glen Sather has never been afraid of making big trades, and he was at it again Sunday afternoon, acquiring veteran defenseman Keith Yandle from Arizona in a multiplayer deal that will send highly-touted prospect Anthony Duclair, John Moore and two high draft picks to the Coyotes.
The Toronto Maple Leafs would be dealing to a rival in their own division, but trading Dion Phaneuf to the Detroit Red Wings could make a lot of sense for both teams. There is a fit and the two sides have talked, but could Phaneuf be wearing a winged wheel by Monday afternoon?
Mark Giordano has been placed on the injured reserve, and that could be it for the Calgary Flames playoff hopes. Without Giordano, the Flames top defender and one of the best blueliners in the league, it’s unlikely Calgary can keep pace in the West.
Curtis Glencross has been traded to the Washington Capitals for second- and third-round picks in the 2015 draft. The deal comes shortly after news came that the Flames were looking into dealing Glencross.
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