It's almost NHL trade deadline day, and you know what that means: a whole lot of hockey cliches. Have some fun with it and play Trade Deadline Cliche Bingo with this free game card. More
In one of the more shocking trades that will happen this deadline, the New Jersey Devils have shipped Jaromir Jagr to the Florida Panthers in exchange for a second-round pick in 2015 and a conditional third-round selection in 2016.
Imagine the possibilities. After putting a two-week trade freeze leading up to deadline day, put all 30 teams in the same room and watch the action unfold before your eyes. It could add even more sizzle to the trade deadline and could be a huge revenue generator for the NHL.
Often called the toughest division in hockey, the Central Division boasts the league leading Predators, skillful Blues and recent champion Blackhawks. Add to that the Wild and Jets, both currently in wild-card spots, and you’ve got a division that could see a lot of action on deadline day.
With David Krejci out long-term and the Bruins precariously holding on to a wild card spot, Boston has turned to the second-round pick to center Krejci's line. But can Spooner make the most of the opportunity?
KHLer Artem Bulyansky pulled off a between-the-legs fake that shook the opposition goaltender right out of his crease. Watch this dazzling breakaway tally.
With the trade deadline just four days away, the trade watch for Arizona’s Antoine Vermette, Calgary’s Curtis Glencross and Edmonton’s Jeff Petry is at its peak. The Anaheim Ducks, Boston Bruins, Chicago Blackhawks and New York Rangers are teams who have made calls about one or more of the available players.
The move to the AHL won’t be the death of the Bakersfield Condors. The organization announced Wednesday that when they move up a league in 2015-16, the team will remain the Condors. They will be the Edmonton Oilers AHL affiliate.
Let the wheelin’ and dealin’ begin! Here are the 10 big-time players most likely to find new NHL homes by March 2. Read this quickly before they're all gone!
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