Ray Bourque to Colorado? Mike Gartner to the Rangers? If hindsight is 20/20, then some teams must have made these deals in the dark, given how badly they turned out. More
The Washington Capitals have acquired Tim Gleason from the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for defenseman Jack Hillen and a fourth-round pick in the 2014 draft. Gleason, 32, has one goal and seven points in 55 games.
The Hall of Famer finds himself on the other end of the trade table nearly 25 years after he was dealt as a star center
Brad Marchand’s attempt to draw a penalty call Friday night didn’t work, but it’s good for a laugh. After taking an Eric Gelinas chop to the skate, Marchand did a full somersault and ended up with his legs above his head.
The trade of David Clarkson to the Columbus Blue Jackets is going to keep Maple Leafs fans guessing on trade deadline day. In Boston, the Bruins continue to pursue a top-six forward in hopes of securing a playoff spot and making a run. Meanwhile, the Coyotes have plenty of options for their two big trade chips.
The Chicago Blackhawks have acquired defenseman Kimmo Timonen from the Philadelphia Flyers for a second-round pick in 2015 and a conditional fourth-round pick in 2016. Timonen, 39, hasn't played in 2014-15, but he told Philadelphia media he could have played on Saturday with the Flyers.
SHL player Marcus Sorensen scored an incredible goal in overtime. After barely saving the puck at the blueline, Sorensen fought off a defender draped over him and a stick check from another before going top shelf for the game-winning goal.
The Anaheim Ducks have topped the Pacific Division all season, but that doesn’t mean they’re going to stand pat at the trade deadline. There’s a dogfight for playoff position in the Pacific, so look for San Jose, Calgary and Vancouver to be active.
Not every team hits a home run on NHL trade deadline day. In fact, some franchises suffer setbacks when they mortgage the future for now. But every so often, clubs find the missing link or a piece of the puzzle that helps put them over the top and into the winner's circle. Here are five examples from the past 10 years.
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