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Friday, February 21, 2020

#2020 #WINTER2020 #PeachysPicks #WhomYouKnow #Cuisine #NewYork #Food #Wine Top Peachy's Picks 2020 #Best #Manhattan #Restaurants According to Whom You Know Our Coverage Sponsored by Cosmopolitan Dental, Official Dentist of Whom You Know @GaroNazarianDDS #cosmopolitandental #loveyoursmile

We definitely have always liked going to great restaurants and playing with our food!

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TOP PEACHY'S PICKS 2020
In Chronological Order according to when Peachy's Picks was achieved.  The year reflects the year the restaurant joined Peachy's Picks.  Of course if you see a restaurant owner's picture more than once, it reflects that they own more than one successful restaurant.  All pictures are only with owners, and we always only work directly with owners. Also we see a return to Washington D.C. this year! More geographically impressive places will join them in the future.

2010:

Neary's 

2011:

Jubilee 
Ammos 

Primola 


El Pote 
Frankie and Johnnie's 
Le Marais 
Spiga-To-Go
NOTE: This is the first restaurant in the ten years we have done this to resurrect successfully.  The original review reflects the old restaurant which no longer exists but we are publishing the link, evidencing the history.  The upcoming review will be Spiga-To-Go, where you should go now.
2013:
Patsy's 
2014:
The Marshal 
Paname 
Lexington Candy Shop 
2017:

District Tap House 
Talia's Steakhouse 
2018:
The Shadmoor
https://www.whomyouknow.com/2019/02/terrifictakeout-peachyspicks-theshadmoor-winter2019-jackmakosa-freditito.html#.XIlOwihKg2x
https://www.whomyouknow.com/2019/09/theshadmoor-seafood-summer2019-peachydinesalfresco-terrifictakeout-peachyspicks-tshadmoor-jackmakosa-manhattanrestaurant.html#.Xk_8VihKg2w

Tuscany Steakhouse
https://www.whomyouknow.com/2018/11/peachyspicks-peachy-picks-tuscany.html#.XIlPbShKg2w
https://www.whomyouknow.com/2020/01/tuscanysteakhouse-manhattan-steakhouse-peachyspick-stevehaxi-winter2020-steak-chickenparm.html#.Xk_75ShKg2w
2019:

Bedford Falls
https://www.whomyouknow.com/2019/09/peachyspicks-bedfordfalls-manhattan-restaurants-uppereastside-peachydeegan-itsawonderfuldinner-itsawonderfullife.html#.Xk_9pChKg2w
Bukhara Grill
2020:
 
Gourmet Brick Oven Pizza 33:
https://www.whomyouknow.com/2020/01/peachyspicks-terrifictakeout-rinolacerra-gourmetbrickoven-pizza33-manhattan-pizza.html#.Xk_73ShKg2w

Washington, D.C. 
Martin's Tavern
https://www.whomyouknow.com/2014/04/peachy-picks-washington-dc-martins.html#.Xk__-ChKg2x
https://www.whomyouknow.com/2016/04/peachys-picks-washington-dc-martins.html#.Xk__xChKg2w
Rasika
https://www.whomyouknow.com/2015/04/peachys-picks-washington-dc-rasika-west.html#.XlAAzShKg2y
https://www.whomyouknow.com/2020/01/peachyspicks-washingtondc-rasika-westend-vikramsunderam-ashokbajaj-winter2020.html#.Xk__vChKg2w

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These met the following criteria:
They have outperformed their competitors, and their owners are among the most competitive, talented, sincere and are there in person and consistently demonstrate they care the most. Additionally, they are nice people and you would want to visit them and their delicious culinary endeavors. 


We have visited them all within the last year to ensure they are staying on top of their game and each time this list is published it reflects a higher degree of difficulty.

There are other restaurants we enjoy, however, since we do not assign number ranks we believe you should know the best of the best on a qualitative basis. Many restaurants come and go in Manhattan but these are here to stay we believe.

We are going to periodically come out with this kind of list.
2017 List:
2010 List:

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#FashionAlert @Woolmark International Woolmark Prize 2020 Winners Announced Our Coverage Sponsored by Hallak Cleaners the Couture Cleaner @hallakcleaners @hallakcouturecleaner


International Woolmark Prize logo
For over fifty years, Hallak Cleaners the Couture Cleaner has been entrusted with Manhattan’s finest wardrobes. New York’s fashion boutiques have been recommending Hallak to their loyal customers for years. They understand the importance of quality fabric care and protecting their client’s investment. While Hallak is known for their expert handling of couture and other precious items, they also make it a point to give your more casual garments the same level of attention. Their representatives are always on the look out for the hard-to-notice stains, loose seams, missing buttons, etc. You can trust Hallak Cleaners with your entire wardrobe and then some. A sample of some of their specialized services: 
Tables & Bed Linens
Suede, Leather & Furs 
Couture & Casual Wear 
Custom Interior Services 
Expert tailoring department located at both locations.
Complimentary Pick Up and Delivery Service 6 Days a Week. 
Hallak Cleaners
1232 Second Avenue (near 65th)
New York, NY 10065 
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#FashionAlert #LondonPeachy @BFC THE BRITISH FASHION COUNCIL AND MTV ANNOUNCE THE “MUSIC MEETS FASHION COMPETITION”

THE BRITISH FASHION COUNCIL AND MTV ANNOUNCE THE

“MUSIC MEETS FASHION COMPETITION”

FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF FASHION DESIGNERS,

IN COLLABORATION WITH ICEBERG AND RIVER ISLAND

At London Fashion Week February 2020, fashion students from the UK & select International Design Colleges are invited to design a line inspired by MTV that merges music, fashion and sustainability

British Fashion Council (BFC), MTV, ICEBERG and River Island today announced the launch of the ’Music Meets Fashion Competition,’ at London Fashion Week February 2020. The competition will provide a unique opportunity for budding fashion design students, selected through the BFC Colleges Council network in the UK and select international design colleges in countries from Mexico to Australia, to produce catwalk and commercial pieces, inspired by music, fashion and sustainability. The winner’s line will be sold later this year with global fashion retailer River Island.



Five finalists, selected by a panel of judges, will bring their MTV-inspired runway pieces to life at London Fashion Week Men’s in June 2020 and be awarded £1,000 from MTV to cover the cost of samples. The ultimate winner will present their sustainable, ready-to-wear pieces at London Fashion Week in September 2020. In addition to invaluable work experience at Milan Fashion Week in September 2020 with ICEBERG, the designer’s MTV-inspired commercial designs will be sold in-stores and online globally, and MTV will cover their design college tuition for one year. 



The panel of judges who will choose the competition winner includes ICEBERG’s Creative Director, James Long; Kerry Taylor, Executive Vice President of Youth and Entertainment, ViacomCBS Networks International; Caroline Rush, Chief Executive British Fashion Council and Naomi Dominque, Design Director from River Island.



The competition will be supported through MTV Breaks, an international MTV initiative that provides real-life opportunities to the next generation of creative talent around the world.



Taylor commented: “MTV prides itself on inspiring and elevating youth culture on a global scale. Fashion is one of the many ways fans connect with our brand. We’re thrilled to partner with British Fashion Council, ICEBERG and River Island on this unique worldwide competition to provide a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a young designer to make their mark on the world.”



Caroline Rush, CEO British Fashion Council commented, “The BFC is uniquely placed to bring the creative industries together in support of arts education and we are delighted to work with MTV to bring this competition to life with one of our own British designers, James Long. It is an invaluable chance for fashion students to think carefully of how their future brands will impact the planet and to put sustainability at the heart of their designs.”



ICEBERG’s creative director James Long commented, “MTV has been a huge player in popular culture since I can remember with strong visual impact, fashion and music being a major part of my creative process. MTV’s culture and platform is representative of both mine and ICEBERG's brand values of diversity and inclusivity with a positive fun attitude. British Fashion Council has been an incredible support throughout my career and it’s an honour to work with them and to have been asked to be both a judge and mentor.”



River Island’s Design Director, Naomi Dominque commented, “We’re delighted to be working alongside the British Fashion Council, MTV and ICEBERG on this exciting new project. With one of the largest in-house design teams on the UK high-street and over 60 years of fashion retail experience, we are advocates of discovering and supporting future design talent and are well-placed to help guide the designers in realising their creative vision, whilst also appealing to our customer and being sympathetic to our planets resources."

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On Taxation, by Winston Churchill

"Taxation to give effect to some political purpose, or even to inculcate some moral principle, is usually found to fall short of the highest standard of financial economy."
-Winston Churchill

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#SmallScreenScenes LAURENCE FISHBURNE TO HOST AND NARRATE NEW HISTORY FRANCHISE “HISTORY’S GREATEST MYSTERIES” LAUNCHING SUMMER 2020

HISTORY® ANNOUNCES NEW PROGRAMMING FRANCHISE
‘HISTORY’S GREATEST MYSTERIES’ TO BE HOSTED AND NARRATED BY ACADEMY AWARD®
NOMINEE AND EMMY AWARD® WINNER LAURENCE FISHBURNE LAUNCHING SUMMER 2020

INITIAL PROJECTS UNDER THE NEW NON-FICTION BANNER WILL FOCUS ON
ICONIC MYSTERIES THAT CAPTIVATED MILLIONS AND CULTURALLY IMPACTED THE WORLD

 HISTORY announces a new non-fiction programming strand “History’s Greatest Mysteries,” hosted and narrated by Academy Award® nominee and Emmy Award® winner Laurence Fishburne (“Black-ish,” John Wick, The Matrix, Apocalypse Now and Boyz N The Hood) that will investigate a wide range of historically compelling topics and the mysteries surrounding each including the Titanic, D.B. Cooper, Roswell, John Wilkes Booth, and more. Slated to launch this summer 2020, each program within the franchise will showcase fresh, new evidence and perspectives including never-before-released documents to the general public, personal diaries and DNA evidence to unearth brand-new information about these infamous and enigmatic chapters in history.

“I am excited to partner with the team at HISTORY again,” said Fishburne. “The details behind these epic historical events continue to be universally debated to this day and ‘History’s Greatest Mysteries’ will provide new clarity to these larger-than-life mysteries.” 

“Our audience has an interest in the full story behind iconic historical moments,” said Eli Lehrer, Executive Vice President and General Manager for HISTORY. “This new banner will change the way we look at history as we know it, while sparking new, compelling conversations.”

Incredible discoveries uncovered within “History’s Greatest Mysteries” includes a 100+ year old box filled with the investigative findings of, Lord Mersey, the man charged with leading the official inquiry into the sinking of the Titanic and a personal diary from Major Jesse Marcel, the first person to investigate the wreckage in Roswell, NM believed to contain coded clues to what really happened that night in 1947. In addition, for the first time, the family of John Wilkes Booth is releasing 60 boxes of sealed family documents and allowing a DNA test to be facilitated which may hold the answers to whether he truly died in a fire following the assassination of Abraham Lincoln or if he faked his death as many believe.

Initial projects under the “History’s Greatest Mysteries” banner include:

“Titanic's Lost Evidence” (working title) – 1x120min
For 107 years, a dust-covered box has remained hidden in a British manor house, and may contain evidence that will rewrite the most famous maritime disaster in history. This box contains the personal notes of Lord Mersey, the respected British jurist and politician charged with investigating the sinking of Titanic in 1912. History has secured permission to open it – a first in history. The box contains information about Titanic’s voyage including new context on fatal mistakes allegedly made by the captain and crew, and perhaps signs of a cover-up.

“Titanic’s Lost Evidence” (working title) is produced for HISTORY by Texas Crew Productions and TH Entertainment. David Karabinas, Mark Anstendig and Brad Bernstein serve as executive producers for Texas Crew Productions and Gregory Hall and Peter Leeds serve as executive producers for TH Entertainment. Mike Stiller serves as executive producer for HISTORY.

“The Escape of John Wilkes Booth” (working title) – 1x120min
Two weeks after the assassination of President Lincoln, history records that Booth suffered a fatal gunshot wound while resisting arrest. Today, the Booth family believes this to be untrue. The family believes he faked his death, reunited with his wife, going on to marry again under an assumed name, eventually revealing his true identity in a series of clues. Investigators now have access to 60 boxes of Booth family materials at Harvard University, marriage certificates, the will of John Wilkes Booth and other rare documents that could speak to the mystery, and for the first time, use DNA to prove or disprove that Booth escaped his death.

“The Escape of John Wilkes Booth” (working title) is produced for HISTORY by Big City TV and The Content Group. Lori Rothschild Ansaldi serves as executive producer for Big City TV and Steve Michaels serves as executive producer for The Content Group. Mike Stiller serves as executive producer for HISTORY.

“Roswell: The First Witness” (working title) – 6x60min
HISTORY will investigate new evidence, using new advanced technologies, behind the mysterious 1947 Roswell, NM crash. The series follows the grandchildren of Major Jesse Marcel, the first person to investigate the wreckage. The investigation is being led by Ben Smith, a former CIA operative. The family believes Major Marcel was forced by the U.S. government to deny he ever saw a UFO. They possess Major Marcel's diary, believed to contain coded clues about the truth of what happened at Roswell and clues and new evidence to where the alien wreckage might still lie buried. We will also attempt to decode the diary for the first time.

“Roswell: The First Witness” (working title) is produced for HISTORY by Bungalow Entertainment and Blumhouse Television. Robert Friedman serves as executive producer for Bungalow Entertainment. Mike Stiller serves as executive producer for HISTORY.

“The Final Hunt For DB Cooper” (working title) – 1x120min
With over 7,500 hours investigating the D.B. Cooper mystery including analyzing evidence, interviewing witnesses, reading 20,000+ pages of FBI case files and exploring important locations, top D.B. Cooper expert, Eric Ulis, believes that he's found the true location where Cooper landed during his daring dive. Ulis has also assembled a team of specialists to explore the untouched Washington backcountry, federally restricted (wildlife refuge) land, to hunt for the missing evidence Cooper left behind. Armed with new information, the team will travel to parts of Washington state that have never been searched attempting to solve the only unsolved skyjacking in United States history.

“The Final Hunt for DB Cooper” (working title) is produced for HISTORY by Lost Arts Pictures in association with 3BMG. Grant Cross, Ross Weintraub, Myles Reiff and Eric Ulis serve as executive producers. Max Micallef serves as executive producer for HISTORY.

“Bermuda Triangle: Expedition to the Abyss” (working title) – 1x120min
On December 5, 1945, five American WW2 torpedo bombers took off from Florida with all men and planes disappearing without a trace. Hours later, the search plane dispatched to find them, also vanished, believed to be lost to the infamous Bermuda Triangle. The number of men tragically lost that day totaled 27 and 75 years later, it remains an unsolved mystery. No ship in history has searched the extreme depths of the Bermuda Triangle, thought to have claimed over 1,000 ships and planes, until now. The late Paul Allen's ship, R/V Petrel, the most advanced search vessel of its kind, will deploy a wide array of cutting edge technology including deep-diving submersibles to investigate three miles down, in an effort, to find the lost squadron and solve the mystery that began the legend of the Bermuda Triangle. 

“Bermuda Triangle: Expedition to the Abyss” (working title) is produced for HISTORY by Lone Wolf Media. Kirk and Lisa Wolfinger serve as executive producers for Lone Wolf Media. Mike Stiller serves as executive producer for HISTORY.

“Endurance: The Hunt For Shackleton’s Ice Ship” (working title) – 1x120min
In 1914, Sir Ernest Shackleton led an expedition to Antarctica but soon after arrival, Shackleton’s ship - The Endurance - was destroyed by shifting glaciers, and he was tasked with leading his 27 men across the frozen tundra, on an epic struggle for survival. Shackleton’s battle against the odds and his unfailing commitment to bring all his men out alive turned him into the legend that still inspires today. Now, HISTORY follows a new ground-breaking expedition heading back into the frozen seas to hunt down the last piece of the story: Shackleton’s lost ship. The Endurance is as illustrious as the Titanic, yet it’s remained lost for over a hundred years. Its final resting ground is one of the greatest polar mysteries and a team of explorers and experts set out with the goal of being the first to break through the ice and uncover the wreck site.

“Endurance: The Hunt For Shackleton’s Ice Ship” (working title) is produced for HISTORY by Atlantic Productions. Siobhan Mulholland serves as executive producer and Anthony Geffen serves as producer for Atlantic Productions. Oli Twinch serves as director. Zachary Behr serves as executive producer for HISTORY.

“Hunting Hitler’s U-Boats” (working title) – 1x120
After Hitler’s death, a rumor began to spread that a secret fleet of German U-Boats were modified to make the long trans-Atlantic journey to South America with a mission to continue his dream of a global Fourth Reich and hidden within those boats was the illicit Nazi treasure to fund it. Newly uncovered documents could prove the existence of these legendary ships. Now professional wreck diver, Mike Fletcher, and his team, armed with never-before-seen materials, attempt to solve one of the greatest WW2 mysteries and locate a sunken treasure that could change history as we know it.

“Hunting Hitler’s U-Boats” (working title) is produced by Entertainment One (eOne) and Fired Up Films for HISTORY. Executive producers are Tara Long, Geno McDermott and Mark Herwick for eOne; and Jon Barrie Waddell for Fired Up Films. Max Micallef serves as executive producer for HISTORY.

A+E Networks holds worldwide distribution rights for all the above programs.

About HISTORY®
HISTORY, a division of A+E Networks, is the premier destination for historical storytelling. From best-in-class documentary events, to a signature slate of industry leading nonfiction series and premium fact-based scripted programming, HISTORY serves as the most trustworthy source of informational entertainment in media. HISTORY has been named the #1 U.S. TV network in buzz for seven consecutive years by YouGov BrandIndex, and a top favorite TV network by Beta Research Corporation. For a deeper dive, visit history.com or follow @history on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

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#SmallScreenScenes #PatrioticPeachy #Washington @DorisKGoodwin @History HISTORY® PROVES THAT ‘WASHINGTON’ IS STILL #1 WITH 2.6 MILLION

HISTORY® PROVES THAT ‘WASHINGTON’ IS STILL #1 WITH 2.6 MILLION
VIEWERS TUNING IN TO THE PREMIERE OF THE EPIC
THREE-PART MINISERIES EVENT FROM EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
AND PULITZER PRIZE®-WINNING PRESIDENTIAL HISTORIAN DORIS KEARNS GOODWIN

NIGHT ONE OF ‘WASHINGTON’ BECAME CABLE’S #1 UNSCRIPTED
MINISERIES PREMIERE IN ALMOST THREE YEARS


Miniseries Narrated by Jeff Daniels Concludes Tonight at 8pm ET/PT on HISTORY

HISTORY’s six-hour, three-night miniseries event “Washington” kicked off on Sunday, February 16 with 2.6 million total viewers, based on Live+Same Day viewing, according to Nielsen Fast Nationals. Premiering on Presidents’ Day Weekend, night one of the three-part miniseries event became the #1 nonfiction miniseries premiere on all of cable in nearly three years. 

Narrated by Emmy award-winning actor Jeff Daniels (“The Newsroom,” “Godless”) and executive produced by world-renowned presidential historian and Pulitzer Prize®-winning bestselling author Doris Kearns Goodwin, “Washington” will conclude with night three of the miniseries tonight at 8pm ET/PT. Viewers who missed the first two installments of the event series can catch up prior to the airing of part three, beginning with part one at 4pm ET/PT and part two at 6pm ET/PT.

Most know the highlights of George Washington’s life – he was a general, crossed the Delaware, led the Continental Army to victory over the British, was America’s first President and is the face on the dollar bill – but few know his entire epic story. Over the course of a three-night television event, “Washington” explores the full arc of his journey and weaves together dramatic live action sequences, excerpts from Washington’s letters and insights from a roster of notable experts, historians and scholars to tell a very personal story about the evolution of one of history’s most iconic leaders. “Washington” features interviews with President Bill Clinton, former Secretary of State Colin Powell, renowned Pulitzer Prize®-winning historians Joseph J. Ellis, Annette Gordon-Reed, Jon Meacham, Alan Taylor and others. Nicholas Rowe (The Crown, Young Sherlock Holmes) portrays George Washington in the series.

HISTORY is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2020 with a slate of premium programming, including “Washington” and the upcoming six-hour miniseries “Grant,” which will portray one of the most complex and underappreciated generals and presidents in U.S. history – Ulysses S. Grant, and the new experiential ventures HISTORYTalks and HISTORYCon that will bring history to life for fans. HISTORYTalks is a traveling speaker series that explores newsworthy topics and historical events with conversations with trailblazers, global leaders, authors and filmmakers. HISTORYCon is a three-day event that features exclusive panels and Q&As with the stars of HISTORY’s fan-favorite shows, interactive exhibits and inspiring conversations with historians, authors and experts.

“Washington” is produced for HISTORY by Railsplitter Pictures. Doris Kearns Goodwin and Beth Laski serve as executive producers through their Pastimes Productions. Matthew Ginsburg and Tim Healy are executive producers for Railsplitter Pictures. Jennifer Wagman, Mary E. Donahue and Eli Lehrer are executive producers for HISTORY.

A+E Networks holds worldwide distribution rights for the above program.

About HISTORY®
HISTORY, a division of A+E Networks, is the premier destination for historical storytelling. From best-in-class documentary events, to a signature slate of industry leading nonfiction series and premium fact-based scripted programming, HISTORY serves as the most trustworthy source of informational entertainment in media. HISTORY has been named the #1 U.S. TV network in buzz for seven consecutive years by YouGov BrandIndex, and a top favorite TV network by Beta Research Corporation. For a deeper dive, visit history.com or follow @history on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

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#MoverandShakerPictureoftheWeek #MayorEdKoch 's Bridge!

Boy does Manhattan miss a mayor that cared to ask people how he was doing!
We love you Mayor Koch!

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On Death, by Winston Churchill

"I am ready to meet my Maker. Whether my Maker is prepared for the great ordeal of meeting me is another matter."
-Winston Churchill

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#NHLPeachy @NHL 2020 NHL Trade Deadline: List of Deadline-Day Trades Since 1979-80

TRADE DEADLINE ACTIVITY SINCE 1979-80 Season Date Trades Players Draft Picks 1979-80 March 11, 1980 3 5 1 1980-81 March 10, 1981 12 21 8 1981-82 March 9, 1982 5 11 3 1982-83 March 8, 1983 1 1 0 1983-84 March 6, 1984 2 3 0 1984-85 March 12, 1985 4 7 0 1985-86 March 11, 1986 8 14 2 1986-87 March 10, 1987 5 9 2 1987-88 March 8, 1988 8 12 4 1988-89 March 7, 1989 9 21 5 1989-90 March 6, 1990 10 17 6 1990-91 March 5, 1991 14 33 4 1991-92 March 10, 1992 11 22 2 1992-93 March 22, 1993 9 15 6 1993-94 March 21, 1994 18 35 7 1994-95 April 7, 1995 19 32 12 1995-96 March 20, 1996 13 21 13 1996-97 March 18, 1997 18 35 6 1997-98 March 24, 1998 19 38 15 1998-99 March 23, 1999 21 30 19 1999-00 March 14, 2000 12 23 6 2000-01 March 13, 2001 17 31 14 2001-02 March 19, 2002 17 35 14 2002-03 March 11, 2003 24 46 17 2003-04 March 9, 2004 20 32 7 2005-06 March 9, 2006 25 40 23 2006-07 February 27, 2007 25 44 26 2007-08 February 26, 2008 25 45 22 2008-09 March 4, 2009 22 47 18 2009-10 March 3, 2010 31 55 23 2010-11 February 28, 2011 16 35 11 2011-12 February 27, 2012 16 32 9 2012-13 April 3, 2013 17 30 13 2013-14 March 5, 2014 20 38 24 2014-15 March 2, 2015 24 43 21 2015-16 February 29, 2016 19 37 13 2016-17 March 1, 2017 18 33 10 2017-18 February 26, 2018 18 37 17 2018-19 February 25, 2019 20 32 14 * Draft pick totals do not include conditional picks where conditions were not met. 1979-80 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 11, 1980 March 11, 1980: Ron Chipperfield traded from Edmonton to Quebec for Ron Low. March 11, 1980: Cam Connor and Edmonton's 3rd-round pick in the 1981 Entry Draft traded from Edmonton to NY Rangers for Don Murdoch. March 11, 1980: Jim Corsi traded from Edmonton to Minnesota for future considerations. 1980-81 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 10, 1981 March 10, 1981: Bill Baker traded from Montreal to Colorado for Colorado's 3rd-round pick in the 1983 Entry Draft. March 10, 1981: Ken Berry and Garry Lariviere traded from Vancouver to Edmonton for Blair MacDonald and LarsGunnar Petersson. March 10, 1981: Pat Hughes traded from Pittsburgh to Edmonton for Pat Price. March 10, 1981: Jari Kaarela and Mike McEwen traded from Colorado to NY Islanders for Glenn Resch and Steve Tambellini. March 10, 1981: Michel Larocque traded from Montreal to Toronto for Robert Picard. March 10, 1981: Don Luce traded from Buffalo to Los Angeles for Los Angeles' 6th-round pick in the 1982 Entry Draft. March 10, 1981: Ray Markham traded from NY Rangers to Edmonton for John Hughes. March 10, 1981: Mario Marois traded from Vancouver to Quebec for Garry Lariviere. March 10, 1981: Rick Martin traded from Buffalo to Los Angeles for Los Angeles' 3rd-round pick in the 1981 Entry Draft and Los Angeles' 1st-round pick in the 1983 Entry Draft (Tom Barrasso). March 10, 1981: Jim Rutherford traded from Toronto to Los Angeles for Los Angeles' 5th-round pick in the 1981 Entry Draft. March 10, 1981: Garry Unger traded from Los Angeles to Edmonton for Edmonton's 7th-round pick in the 1981 Entry Draft. March 10, 1981: Ron Zanussi and Minnesota's 3rd-round pick in the 1981 Entry Draft traded from Minnesota to Toronto for Toronto's 2nd-round pick in the 1981 Entry Draft. 1981-82 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 9, 1982 March 9, 1982: Todd Bidner traded from Washington to Edmonton for Doug Hicks. March 9, 1982: Ed Cooper traded from Colorado to Edmonton for Stan Weir. March 9, 1982: Tony Currie, Jim Nill, Rick Heinz and St. Louis' 4th-round pick in the 1982 Entry Draft traded from St. Louis to Vancouver for Glen Hanlon. March 9, 1982: Miroslav Frycer and Quebec's 7th-round pick in the 1982 Entry Draft traded from Quebec to Toronto for Wilf Paiement. March 9, 1982: Guy Lapointe traded from Montreal to St. Louis for St. Louis' 2nd-round pick in the 1983 Entry Draft. 1982-83 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 8, 1983 March 8, 1983: Ken Solheim traded from Minnesota to Detroit for future considerations. 1983-84 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 6, 1984 March 6, 1984: John Blum traded from Edmonton to Boston for Larry Melnyk. March 6, 1984: Risto Jalo traded from Washington to Edmonton for future considerations. 1984-85 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 12, 1985 March 12, 1985: Glen Cochrane traded from Philadelphia to Vancouver for future considerations. March 12, 1985: Dean Evason and Peter Sidorkiewicz traded from Washington to Hartford for David Jensen. March 12, 1985: Jim McGeough traded from Washington to Pittsburgh for Mark Taylor. March 12, 1985: Dave Williams traded from Detroit to Los Angeles for future considerations. 1985-86 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 11, 1986 March 11, 1986: Bob Crawford traded from Hartford to NY Rangers for Mike McEwen. March 11, 1986: Ron Duguay traded from Detroit to Pittsburgh for Doug Shedden. March 11, 1986: Dwight Foster traded from Detroit to Boston for Dave Donnelly. March 11, 1986: Nick Fotiu traded from NY Rangers to Calgary for future considerations. March 11, 1986: Glenn Resch traded from New Jersey to Philadelphia for Philadelphia's 3rd-round pick in the 1986 Entry Draft. March 11, 1986: Phil Russell traded from New Jersey to Buffalo for Buffalo's 12th-round pick in the 1986 Entry Draft. March 11, 1986: John Tonelli traded from NY Islanders to Calgary for Steve Konroyd and Richard Kromm. March 11, 1986: Rik Wilson traded from Calgary to Chicago for Tom McMurchy. 1986-87 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 10, 1987 March 10, 1987: Paul Boutilier traded from Boston to Minnesota for Minnesota's 4th-round pick in the 1987 Entry Draft. March 10, 1987: Raimo Helminen traded from NY Rangers to Minnesota for future considerations. March 10, 1987: Raimo Summanen traded from Edmonton to Vancouver for Moe Lemay. March 10, 1987: Stu Kulak traded from Edmonton to NY Rangers, completing an earlier trade. March 10, 1987: Marcel Dionne, Jeff Crossman and Los Angeles' 3rd-round pick in the 1989 Entry Draft traded from Los Angeles to NY Rangers for Bob Carpenter and Tom Laidlaw. 1987-88 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 8, 1988 March 8, 1988: Charlie Bourgeois and Hartford's 3rd-round pick in the 1989 Entry Draft traded from St. Louis to Hartford for Hartford's 2nd-round pick in the 1989 Entry Draft. March 8, 1988: Geoff Courtnall, Bill Ranford and future considerations traded from Boston to Edmonton for Andy Moog. March 8, 1988: Brian Curran traded from NY Islanders to Toronto for Toronto's 6th-round pick in the 1988 Entry Draft. March 8, 1988: Moe Lemay traded from Edmonton to Boston for Alan May. March 8, 1988: Jim Pavese traded from NY Rangers to Detroit for future considerations. March 8, 1988: Gordie Roberts traded from Philadelphia to St. Louis for future considerations. March 8, 1988: Steve Tsujuira traded from New Jersey to Boston for Boston's 10th-round pick in the 1988 Entry Draft. March 8, 1988: Steve Weeks traded from Hartford to Vancouver for Richard Brodeur. 1988-89 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 7, 1989 March 7, 1989: Clint Malarchuk, Grant Ledyard and Washington's 6th-round pick in the 1991 Entry Draft traded from Washington to Buffalo for Calle Johansson and Buffalo's 2nd-round pick in the 1989 Entry Draft. March 7, 1989: Jim Pavese traded from Detroit to Hartford for Torrie Robertson. March 7, 1989: Lindy Ruff traded from Buffalo to NY Rangers for NY Rangers' 5th-round pick in the 1990 Entry Draft. March 7, 1989: Reed Larson traded from NY Islanders to Minnesota for future considerations. March 7, 1989: Claude Vilgrain traded from Vancouver to New Jersey for Tim Lenardon. March 7, 1989: Brian Wilk and John English traded from Los Angeles to Edmonton for Jim Wiemer and Alan May. March 7, 1989: Greg Gilbert traded from NY Islanders to Chicago for Chicago's 5th-round pick in the 1989 Entry Draft. March 7, 1989: Mike Gartner and Larry Murphy traded from Washington to Minnesota for Dino Ciccarelli and Bob Rouse. March 7, 1989: Jean Leblanc and Vancouver's 5th-round pick in the 1989 Entry Draft traded from Vancouver to Edmonton for Doug Smith and Greg C. Adams. 1989-90 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 6, 1990 March 6, 1990: Adrien Plavsic, St. Louis' 1st-round pick in the 1990 Entry Draft and 2nd-round pick in the 1991 Entry Draft traded from St. Louis to Vancouver for Rich Sutter, Harold Snepsts and St. Louis' 2nd-round pick in the 1990 Entry Draft (acquired previously). March 6, 1990: Mike Gartner traded from Minnesota to NY Rangers for Ulf Dahlen, NY Rangers' 4th-round pick in the 1990 Entry Draft and future considerations. March 6, 1990: Alain Chevrier traded from Chicago to Pittsburgh for future considerations. March 6, 1990: Jack Capuano traded from NY Islanders to Vancouver for Jeff Rohlicek. March 6, 1990: Jyrki Lumme traded from Montreal to Vancouver for St. Louis' 2nd-round pick in the 1991 Entry Draft (previously acquired). March 6, 1990: Jim Korn traded from New Jersey to Calgary for Calgary's 5th-round pick in the 1990 Entry Draft. March 6, 1990: Peter Stastny traded from Quebec to New Jersey for Craig Wolanin and future considerations. March 6, 1990: Jeff Sharples traded from Edmonton to New Jersey for Reijo Ruotsalainen. March 6, 1990: Brian Wilks traded from Edmonton to Pittsburgh for future considerations. March 6, 1990: Cam Brauer traded from Edmonton to Hartford for Marc Laforge. 1990-91 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 5, 1991 March 5, 1991: Allan Bester traded from Toronto to Detroit for Detroit's 6th-round pick in the 1991 Entry Draft. March 5, 1991: Geoff Courtnall, Robert Dirk, Sergio Momesso, Cliff Ronning and future considerations traded from St. Louis to Vancouver for Dan Quinn and Garth Butcher. March 5, 1991: Mark Hunter traded from Calgary to Hartford for Carey Wilson. March 5, 1991: Mark Pederson traded from Montreal to Philadelphia for Philadelphia's 2nd-round pick in the 1991 Entry Draft and future considerations. March 5, 1991: Keith Osborne traded from St. Louis to Toronto for Darren Veitch and future considerations. March 5, 1991: Ken Priestlay traded from Buffalo to Pittsburgh for Tony Tanti. March 5, 1991: Dana Murzyn traded from Calgary to Vancouver for Ron Stern, Kevan Guy and future considerations. March 5, 1991: Kim Issel traded from Edmonton to Pittsburgh for Brad Aitken. March 5, 1991: Steve Weeks traded from Vancouver to Buffalo for future considerations. March 5, 1991: Marc Bureau traded from Calgary to Minnesota for Minnesota's 3rd-round pick in the 1991 Entry Draft. March 5, 1991: Joey Kocur and Per Djoos traded from Detroit to NY Rangers for Kevin Miller, Jim Cummins and Dennis Vial. March 5, 1991: Bobby Reynolds traded from Toronto to Washington for Robert Mendel. March 5, 1991: Mike McNeill and Ryan McGill traded from Chicago to Quebec for Paul Gillis and Daniel Vincelette. March 5, 1991: Ilkka Sinisalo traded from Minnesota to Los Angeles for Los Angeles' 8th-round pick in the 1991 Entry Draft. 1991-92 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 10, 1992 March 10, 1992: Johan Garpenlov traded from Detroit to San Jose for Bob McGill and Vancouver's 8th-round pick in the 1992 Entry Draft (acquired previously). March 10, 1992: Bobby Reynolds traded from Washington to Minnesota for future considerations. March 10, 1992: Petr Svoboda traded from Montreal to Buffalo for Kevin Haller. March 10, 1992: Dave Hannan traded from Toronto to Buffalo for future considerations. March 10, 1992: Daniel Marois and Claude Loiselle traded from Toronto to NY Islanders for Ken Baumgartner and Dave McLlwain. March 10, 1992: Martin Rucinsky traded from Edmonton to Quebec for Ron Tugnutt and Brad Zavisha. March 10, 1992: Mark Janssens traded from NY Rangers to Minnesota for Mario Thyer and Minnesota's 3rd-round pick in the 1992 Entry Draft. March 10, 1992: Martin Simard traded from Calgary to Quebec for Greg Smyth. March 10, 1992: Bryan Fogarty traded from Quebec to Pittsburgh for Scott Young. March 10, 1992: Frank Pietrangelo traded from Pittsburgh to Hartford for future considerations. March 10, 1992: Mark Osborne traded from Winnipeg to Toronto for Lucien Deblois. 1992-93 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 22, 1993 March 22, 1993: Mark Hardy and Ottawa's 5th-round pick in the 1993 Entry Draft (previously acquired from Ottawa) traded from NY Rangers to Los Angeles for John McIntyre. March 22, 1993: Jim Hrivnak and future considerations traded from Washington to Winnipeg for Rick Tabaracci. March 22, 1993: Peter Taglianetti traded from Tampa Bay to Pittsburgh for Pittsburgh's 3rd-round pick in the 1993 Entry Draft. March 22, 1993: Steve Konroyd traded from Hartford to Detroit for Detroit's 6th-round pick in the 1993 Entry Draft. March 22, 1993: Vancouver's 9th-round pick in the 1993 Entry Draft traded from Vancouver to Winnipeg for Dan Ratushny. March 22, 1993: Mike Hartman traded from Tampa Bay to New York Rangers for Randy Gilhen. March 22, 1993: Murray Craven and Vancouver's 5th-round pick in the 1993 Entry Draft (previously acquired from Vancouver) traded from Hartford to Vancouver for Robert Kron, Vancouver's 3rd-round pick in the 1993 Entry Draft and future considerations. March 22, 1993: Mike Ramsey traded from Buffalo to Pittsburgh for Bob Errey. March 22, 1993: Craig Muni traded from Edmonton to Chicago for Mike Hudson. 1993-94 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 21, 1994 March 21, 1994: Joe Juneau traded from Boston to Washington for Al Iafrate. March 21, 1994: Craig Janney traded from Vancouver to St. Louis for Jeff Brown, Bret Hedican and Nathan Lafayette. March 21, 1994: Jim Johnson traded from Dallas to Washington for Alan May and Washington's 7th-round pick in the 1995 Entry Draft. March 21, 1994: Joe Reekie traded from Tampa Bay to Washington for Enrico Ciccone and Washington's 3rd-round pick in the 1994 Entry Draft. March 21, 1994: Steve Konroyd traded from Detroit to Ottawa for Daniel Berthiaume. March 21, 1994: Phil Bourque traded from NY Rangers to Ottawa for future considerations. March 21, 1994: Tony Amonte and Matt Oates traded from NY Rangers to Chicago for Stephane Matteau and Brian Noonan. March 21, 1994: Peter Andersson traded from NY Rangers to Florida for future considerations. March 21, 1994: Robert Dirk traded from Vancouver to Chicago for Chicago's 4th-round pick in the 1994 Entry Draft. March 21, 1994: Mike Gartner traded from NY Rangers to Toronto for Glenn Anderson, Scott Malone and Toronto's 4th-round pick in the 1994 Entry Draft. March 21, 1994: Craig MacTavish traded from Edmonton to NY Rangers for Todd Marchant. March 21, 1994: Paul Ysebaert traded from Winnipeg to Chicago for Chicago's 3rd-round pick in the 1995 Entry Draft. March 21, 1994: Alexei Kasatonov traded from Anaheim to St. Louis for Maxim Bets and St. Louis's 6th-round pick in the 1995 Entry Draft. March 21, 1994: Mike Needham traded from Pittsburgh to Dallas for Jim McKenzie. March 21, 1994: Kevin Todd traded from Chicago to Los Angeles for Los Angeles's 4th-round pick in the 1994 Entry Draft. March 21, 1994: Pelle Eklund traded from Philadelphia to Dallas for future considerations. March 21, 1994: Roy Mitchell and Reid Simpson traded from Dallas to New Jersey for future considerations. March 21, 1994: Steve Passmore traded from Quebec to Edmonton for Brad Werenka. 1994-95 TRADE DEADLINE - APRIL 7, 1995 April 7, 1995: D Petr Svoboda traded from Buffalo to Philadelphia for D Garry Galley. April 7, 1995: C Troy Murray and D Norm Maciver traded from Ottawa to Pittsburgh for RW Martin Straka. April 7, 1995: D Gord Kruppke traded from Toronto to Detroit for other considerations. April 7, 1995: RW Russ Courtnall traded from Dallas to Vancouver for LW Greg Adams and RW Dan Kesa and Vancouver's 5th-round pick in the 1995 Entry Draft. April 7, 1995: G Corey Hirsch traded from New York Rangers to Vancouver for C Nathan Lafayette. April 7, 1995: D Gerald Diduck traded from Vancouver to Chicago for RW Bogdan Savenko and Hartford's 3rd-round pick in the 1995 Entry Draft (previously acquired). April 7, 1995: G Rick Tabaracci traded from Washington to Calgary for Calgary's 5th-round pick in the 1995 Entry Draft. April 7, 1995: LW Gaetan Duchesne traded from San Jose to Florida for Florida's 6th-round pick in the 1995 Entry Draft. April 7, 1995: G Craig Billington traded from Ottawa to Boston for other considerations. April 7, 1995: LW Bill Huard traded from Ottawa to Quebec for D Mika Stromberg and Quebec's 4th-round pick in the 1995 Entry Draft. April 7, 1995: D Daniel Laperriere and St. Louis' 9th-round pick in the 1995 Entry Draft traded from St. Louis to Ottawa for Ottawa's 9th-round pick in the 1995 Entry Draft. April 7, 1995: RW Roman Oksiuta traded from Edmonton to Vancouver for D Jiri Slegr. April 7, 1995: LW Alan May traded from Dallas to Calgary for Calgary's 8th-round pick in the 1995 Entry Draft. April 7, 1995: C Mike Eastwood and Toronto's 3rd-round pick in the 1995 Entry Draft traded from Toronto to Winnipeg for RW Tie Domi. April 7, 1995: D Grant Jennings traded from Pittsburgh to Toronto for D Drake Berehowsky. April 7, 1995: D Igor Ulanov and C Mike Eagles traded from Winnipeg to Washington for Washington's 3rd and 5thround draft picks in the 1995 Entry Draft. April 7, 1995: LW Scott Pearson traded from Edmonton to Buffalo for D Ken Sutton. April 7, 1995: D Greg Brown traded from Pittsburgh to Winnipeg for a conditional draft pick (conditions not met). April 7, 1995: C Ed Olczyk traded from NY Rangers to Winnipeg for Winnipeg's 5th-round pick in the 1995 Entry Draft. 1995-96 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 20, 1996 March 20, 1996: C Jesse Belanger traded from Florida to Vancouver for Vancouver's 3rd-round pick in the 1996 Entry Draft and future considerations. March 20, 1996: LW Ken Baumgartner traded from Toronto to Anaheim for Winnipeg's 4th-round pick in the 1996 Entry Draft (previously acquired). March 20, 1996: D J-J Daigneault traded from St. Louis to Pittsburgh for Pittsburgh's 6th-round pick in the 1996 Entry Draft. March 20, 1996: LW Kevin Miller traded from San Jose to Pittsburgh for Pittsburgh's 5th-round pick in the 1996 Entry Draft and future considerations. March 20, 1996: LW Pat Conacher and Calgary's 6th-round pick in the 1997 Entry Draft traded from Calgary to NY Islanders for C Bob Sweeney. March 20, 1996: RW Kirk Maltby traded from Edmonton to Detroit for D Dan McGillis. March 20, 1996: D Jaroslav Modry and Ottawa's 8th-round pick in the 1996 Entry Draft traded from Ottawa to Los Angeles for RW Kevin Brown. March 20, 1996: LW Patrick Poulin, D Igor Ulanov and Chicago's 2nd-round pick in the 1996 Entry Draft traded from Chicago to Tampa Bay for D Enrico Ciccone and Tampa Bay's 2nd-round pick in the 1996 Entry Draft. March 20, 1996: LW Yuri Khmylev and Buffalo's 8th-round pick in the 1996 Entry Draft traded from Buffalo to St. Louis for D Jean-Luc Grand Pierre, Ottawa's 2nd-round pick in the 1996 Entry Draft (previously acquired) and St. Louis' 3rdround pick in the 1997 Entry Draft. March 20, 1996: C Dave Hannan traded from Buffalo to Colorado for Colorado's 6th-round pick in the 1996 Entry Draft. March 20, 1996: RW Alek Stojanov traded from Vancouver to Pittsburgh for RW Markus Naslund. March 20, 1996: RW Ravil Gusmanov traded from Winnipeg to Chicago for Chicago's 4th-round pick in the 1996 Entry Draft. March 20, 1996: RW Joe Kocur traded from NY Rangers to Vancouver for G Kay Whitmore. 1996-97 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 18, 1997 March 18, 1997: G Pat Jablonski traded from Montreal to Phoenix for D Steve Cheredaryk. March 18, 1997: RW Roman Oksiuta traded from Anaheim to Pittsburgh for C Richard Park. March 18, 1997: LW Josef Beranek traded from Vancouver to Pittsburgh for future considerations. March 18, 1997: D Marc Hussey traded from Calgary to Chicago for LW Ravil Gusmanov. March 18, 1997: C Ed Olczyk traded from Los Angeles to Pittsburgh for RW Glen Murray. March 18, 1997: LW Bates Battaglia and Anaheim’s 4th-round pick in the 1998 Entry Draft traded from Anaheim to Hartford for C Mark Janssens. March 18, 1997: RW Mike Prokopec traded from Chicago to Ottawa for RW Denis Chasse, D Kevin Bolibruck and Ottawa’s 6th-round pick in the 1998 Entry Draft. March 18, 1997: D Larry Murphy traded from Toronto to Detroit for future considerations. March 18, 1997: LW Derek King traded from NY Islanders to Hartford for Hartford’s 5th-round pick in the 1997 Entry Draft. March 18, 1997: D Frantisek Kucera traded from Vancouver to Philadelphia for future considerations. March 18, 1997: D Jamie Huscroft traded from Calgary to Tampa Bay for G Tyler Moss. March 18, 1997: RW Kelly Chase traded from Hartford to Toronto for Toronto’s 8th-round pick in the 1998 Entry Draft. March 18, 1997: D Dave Manson traded from Phoenix to Montreal for RW Chris Murray and D Murray Baron. March 18, 1997: RW Chris Murray traded from Phoenix to Hartford to D Gerald Diduck. March 18, 1997: C Robert Reichel traded from Calgary to NY Islanders for LW Marty McInnis, G Tyrone Garner and Calgary’s 6th-round pick in the 1997 Entry Draft (previously acquired). March 18, 1997: D Jeff Norton traded from Edmonton to Tampa Bay for D Drew Bannister and Tampa Bay's 6th-round pick in the 1997 Entry Draft. March 18, 1997: LW Miroslav Satan traded from Edmonton to Buffalo for LW Barrie Moore and D Craig Millar. March 18, 1997: C Kirk Muller traded from Toronto to Florida for RW Jason Podollan. 1997-98 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 24, 1998 March 24, 1998: D David Babych and Philadelphia's 5th-round pick in the 1998 Entry Draft (previously acquired) traded from Vancouver to Philadelphia for Philadelphia’s 3rd-round pick in 1998. March 24, 1998: D Dmitri Mironov traded from Anaheim to Detroit for D Jamie Pushor and Detroit’s 4th-round pick in the 1998 Entry Draft. March 24, 1998: G Kirk McLean traded from Carolina to Florida for RW Ray Sheppard. March 24, 1998: D Jeff Brown traded from Toronto to Washington for D Sylvain Cote. March 24, 1998: RW Jason Dawe traded from Buffalo to NY Islanders for D Jason Holland and LW Paul Kruse. March 24, 1998: D Dan McGillis and Edmonton’s 2nd-round pick in the 1998 Entry Draft traded from Edmonton to Philadelphia for D Janne Niinimaa. March 24, 1998: C Mark Janssens traded from NY Islanders to Phoenix for Phoenix’s 9th-round pick in the 1998 Entry Draft. March 24, 1998: LW Warren Rychel and Anaheim's 4th-round pick in the 1999 Entry Draft traded from Anaheim to Colorado for C Josef Marha. March 24, 1998: C Sean Pronger traded from Anaheim to Pittsburgh for G Patrick Lalime. March 24, 1998: D Todd Gill traded from San Jose to St. Louis for RW Joe Murphy. March 24, 1998: RW Andrei Nazarov and Florida's 1st-round pick in the 1998 Entry Draft (previously acquired) traded from San Jose to Tampa Bay for D Bryan Marchment, D David Shaw and Tampa Bay's 1st-round pick in 1998. March 24, 1998: C Mike Eastwood traded from NY Rangers to St. Louis for C Harry York. March 24, 1998: RW Mike Kennedy traded from Toronto to Dallas for Dallas’ 8th-round pick in the 1998 Entry Draft. March 24, 1998: RW Sandy McCarthy, Calgary’s 3rd-round pick in the 1998 Entry Draft and a 5th-round pick in 1998 traded from Calgary to Tampa Bay for LW Jason Wiemer. March 24, 1998: RW Todd Harvey, LW Bob Errey and a 4th-round pick in the 1998 Entry Draft traded from Dallas to NY Rangers for C Brian Skrudland, RW Mike Keane and NY Rangers' 6th-round pick in 1998. March 24, 1998: RW Tom Fitzgerald traded from Florida to Colorado for LW Mark Parrish and Anaheim’s 3rd-round pick in the 1998 Entry Draft (previously acquired). March 24, 1998: D Rich Brennan traded from San Jose to NY Rangers for G Jason Muzzatti. March 24, 1998: D Ryan Risidore traded from Chicago to NY Rangers for RW Ryan Vandenbussche. March 24, 1998: D Jamie Macoun traded from Toronto to Detroit for Tampa Bay’s 4th-round pick in the 1998 Entry Draft (previously acquired). 1998-99 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 23, 1999 March 23, 1999: Nashville traded RW Blair Atcheynum to St. Louis for a 6th-round pick in the 2000 Entry Draft. March 23, 1999: Calgary traded D Chris O’Sullivan to NY Rangers for D Lee Sorochan. March 23, 1999: Detroit traded G Kevin Hodson and San Jose’s 2nd-round pick in the 1999 Entry Draft (previously acquired) to Tampa Bay for LW Wendel Clark and Detroit’s 6th-round pick in the 1999 Entry Draft (previously acquired). March 23, 1999: Washington traded C Dale Hunter and its 3rd-round pick in the 2000 Entry Draft to Colorado for Vancouver's 2nd-round pick in 2000 (previously acquired). March 23, 1999: Florida traded D Rhett Warrener and a 5th-round pick in the 1999 Entry Draft to Buffalo for D Mike Wilson. March 23, 1999: Calgary traded RW Greg Pankewicz to San Jose for future considerations. March 23, 1999: Los Angeles traded C Yanic Perreault to Toronto for C Jason Podollan and a 3rd-round pick in the 1999 Entry Draft. March 23, 1999: Edmonton traded RW Kevin Brown to NY Rangers for LW Vladimir Vorobiev. March 23, 1999: Tampa Bay traded G Bill Ranford to Detroit for a conditional draft pick (conditions not met). March 23, 1999: Chicago traded D Chris Chelios to Detroit for D Anders Eriksson and 1st-round picks in the 1999 (Steve McCarthy) and 2001 (Adam Munro) Entry Drafts. March 23, 1999: Montreal traded C Vincent Damphousse to San Jose for Phoenix's 5th-round pick in the 1999 Entry Draft (previously acquired), San Jose's 1st-round pick in 2000 and San Jose's 2nd-round pick in 2001. March 23, 1999: Vancouver traded C Peter Zezel to Anaheim for future considerations. March 23, 1999: Los Angeles traded D Steve Duchesne to Philadelphia for D David Babych and a 5th-round pick in the 2000 Entry Draft. March 23, 1999: NY Rangers trade D Stan Neckar to Phoenix for D Jason Doig and a 6th-round pick in the 1999 Entry Draft. March 23, 1999: NY Rangers trade D Ulf Samuelsson to Detroit for a 2nd-round pick in the 1999 Entry Draft and a 3rd-round pick in 2000. March 23, 1999: Toronto traded D Jason Smith to Edmonton for a 4th-round pick in the 1999 Entry Draft and a 2ndround pick in 2000. March 23, 1999: Buffalo traded C Derek Plante to Dallas for a 2nd-round pick in the 1999 Entry Draft. March 23, 1999: Washington traded LW Craig Berube to Philadelphia for future considerations. March 23, 1999: Tampa Bay traded D Sami Helenius to Colorado for a conditional draft pick (conditions not met). March 23, 1999: Phoenix traded C J.F. Jomphe to Montreal for future considerations. March 23, 1999: Chicago traded RW Nelson Emerson to Ottawa for RW Chris Murray. 1990-2000 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 14, 2000 March 14, 2000: Anaheim traded D Dan Trebil to Pittsburgh for a 5th-round pick in the 2000 Entry Draft. March 14, 2000: Atlanta traded RW Ed Ward to Anaheim for Anaheim's 7th-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft. March 14, 2000: Atlanta traded RW Kirby Law to Philadelphia for Vancouver’s 6th-round pick in the 2000 Entry Draft (previously acquired) and Philadelphia's 6th-round pick in 2001. March 14, 2000: Calgary traded D Cale Hulse and a 3rd-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft to Nashville for RW Sergei Krivokrasov. March 14, 2000: Calgary traded G Tyler Moss and LW Rene Corbet to Pittsburgh for D Brad Werenka. March 14, 2000: Carolina traded C Kent Manderville to Philadelphia for RW Sandy McCarthy. March 14, 2000: Edmonton traded LW Josef Beranek to Pittsburgh for LW German Titov. March 14, 2000: Florida traded C Ryan Johnson and LW Dwayne Hay to Tampa Bay for C Mike Sillinger. March 14, 2000: Nashville traded G Corey Hirsch to Anaheim for future considerations. March 14, 2000: New Jersey traded C Brendan Morrison and C Denis Pederson to Vancouver for RW Alexander Mogilny. March 14, 2000: Ottawa traded G Ron Tugnutt and D Janne Laukkanen to Pittsburgh for G Tom Barrasso. March 14, 2000: NY Islanders traded C Petr Sachl to Nashville for a 9th-round pick in the 2000 Entry Draft. 2000-01 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 13, 2001 March 13, 2001: Anaheim traded D Jason Marshall to Washington for D Alexei Tezikov and Edmonton's 4th-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft (previously acquired by Washington). March 13, 2001: Atlanta traded RW Donald Audette to Buffalo for C Kamil Piros and Buffalo's 4th-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft. March 13, 2001: Calgary traded LW Cory Stillman to St. Louis for C Craig Conroy and St. Louis’ 7th-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft. March 13, 2001: Chicago traded C Dean McAmmond to Philadelphia for Philadelphia's 3rd-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft. March 13, 2001: Columbus traded D Frantisek Kucera to Pittsburgh for Pittsburgh’s 6th-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft. March 13, 2001: Columbus traded C Kevyn Adams and its 4th-round compensatory pick in the 2001 Entry Draft to Florida for LW Ray Whitney. March 13, 2001: Columbus traded RW Steve Heinze to Buffalo for Buffalo's 3rd-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft. March 13, 2001: Edmonton traded LW Dan LaCouture to Pittsburgh for D Sven Butenschon. March 13, 2001: Florida traded D Todd Simpson to Phoenix for a 2nd-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft. March 13, 2001: Florida traded C Mike Sillinger to Ottawa for future considerations. March 13, 2001: Los Angeles traded D Aki Berg to Toronto for C Adam Mair and Toronto’s 2nd-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft. March 13, 2001: Minnesota traded D Curtis Leschyshyn to Ottawa for Ottawa's 3rd-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft. March 13, 2001: Montreal traded C Trevor Linden, RW Dainius Zubrus and New Jersey's 2nd-round pick in the 2001 Draft (previously acquired by Montreal) to Washington for LW Richard Zednik, C Jan Bulis and Washington's 1stround pick in the 2001 Draft. March 13, 2001: Ottawa traded C John Emmons to Tampa Bay for D Craig Millar. March 13, 2001: Philadelphia traded D Dean Melanson to Washington for C Matthew Herr. March 13, 2001: Phoenix traded LW Keith Tkachuk to St. Louis for C Michal Handzus, C Ladislav Nagy, C Jeff Taffe and St. Louis' 1st-round pick in the 2002 Entry Draft. March 13, 2001: Tampa Bay traded D Grant Ledyard to Dallas for Dallas’ 7th-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft. 2001-02 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 19, 2002 March 19, 2002: Anaheim traded C Dave Roche to NY Islanders for RW Ben Guite and RW Bjorn Melin. March 19, 2002: Atlanta traded D Jiri Slegr to Detroit for C Yuri Butsayev and Detroit’s 3rd-round pick in the 2002 Entry Draft. March 19, 2002: Atlanta traded LW Darcy Hordichuk and Atlanta’s 4th and 5th-round picks in the 2002 Entry Draft to Phoenix for D Kirill Safronov, RW Ruslan Zainullin and Phoenix’s 4th-round pick in the 2002 Entry Draft. March 19, 2002: Atlanta traded C Bob Corkum to Buffalo for Buffalo’s 5th-round pick in the 2002 Entry Draft. March 19, 2002: Boston traded LW Greg Crozier to Minnesota for LW Darryl Laplante. March 19, 2002: Boston traded D Bobby Allen to Edmonton for D Sean Brown. March 19, 2002: Chicago traded D Jaroslav Spacek and Chicago’s 2nd-round pick in the 2003 Entry Draft to Columbus for D Lyle Odelein. March 19, 2002: Columbus traded RW Blake Sloan to Calgary for D Jamie Allison. March 19, 2002: Colorado traded D Rick Berry and LW Ville Nieminen to Pittsburgh for D Darius Kasparaitis. March 19, 2002: Dallas traded C Joe Nieuwendyk and RW Jamie Langenbrunner to New Jersey for C Jason Arnott, RW Randy McKay and New Jersey’s 1st-round pick in the 2002 Entry Draft. March 19, 2002: Edmonton traded D Tom Poti and C Rem Murray to NY Rangers for C Mike York and the Rangers’ 4th-round pick in the 2002 Entry Draft. March 19, 2002: Florida traded D Darren Van Impe to NY Islanders for NY Islanders' 5th-round pick in the 2003 Entry Draft. March 19, 2002: Florida traded D Jeff Norton to Boston for Boston’s 6th-round pick in the 2002 Entry Draft. March 19, 2002: Los Angeles traded G Stephane Fiset to Montreal for future considerations. March 19, 2002: Nashville traded D Richard Lintner to NY Rangers for D Peter Smrek. March 19, 2002: Pittsburgh traded RW Stephane Richer to New Jersey for New Jersey's 7th-round pick in the 2003 Entry Draft. March 19, 2002: Washington traded C Adam Oates to Philadelphia for G Maxime Ouellet and Philadelphia's 1st, 2nd and 3rd-round picks in the 2002 Entry Draft. 2002-03 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 11, 2003 March 11, 2003: Anaheim traded D Mike Commodore and G Jean-Francois Damphousse to Calgary for C Rob Niedermayer. March 11, 2003: Calgary traded D Micki DuPont and C Mathias Johansson to Pittsburgh for RW Shean Donovan. March 11, 2003: Carolina traded LW Bates Battaglia to Colorado for RW Radim Vrbata. March 11, 2003: Chicago traded RW Steve Thomas to Anaheim for Anaheim's 5th-round pick in the 2003 Entry Draft. March 11, 2003: Chicago traded C Peter White to Philadelphia for future considerations. March 11, 2003: Chicago traded D Phil Housley to Toronto for Toronto’s 9th-round pick in the 2003 Entry Draft and 4th-round pick in 2004. March 11, 2003: Chicago traded LW Sergei Berezin to Washington for Washington's 4th-round pick in the 2004 Entry Draft. March 11, 2003: Colorado traded D Alexander Riazantsev to Nashville for Nashville's 7th-round pick in the 2003 Entry Draft. March 11, 2003: Colorado traded C Dean McAmmond to Calgary for Calgary's 5th-round pick in the 2003 Entry Draft. March 11, 2003: Dallas traded RW Anthony Aquino to Atlanta for Dallas’ 6th-round pick in the 2003 Entry Draft (previously acquired). March 11, 2003: Edmonton traded RW Anson Carter and D Ales Pisa to NY Rangers for RW Radek Dvorak and D Cory Cross. March 11, 2003: Edmonton traded D Janne Niinimaa and Washington's 2nd-round pick in the 2003 Entry Draft (previously acquired) to NY Islanders for LW Brad Isbister and LW Raffi Torres. March 11, 2003: Florida traded RW Valeri Bure and its 5th-round pick in the 2004 Entry Draft to St. Louis for D Mike Van Ryn. March 11, 2003: Los Angeles traded D Mathieu Schneider to Detroit for C Sean Avery, D Maxim Kuznetsov, Detroit's 1st-round pick in the 2003 Entry Draft and 2nd-round pick in 2004. March 11, 2003: Los Angeles traded C Bryan Smolinski to Ottawa for D Tim Gleason and future considerations. March 11, 2003: Minnesota traded D Lawrence Nycholat to NY Rangers for G Johan Holmqvist. March 11, 2003: Montreal traded C Doug Gilmour to Toronto for Toronto's 6th-round pick in the 2003 Entry Draft. March 11, 2003: NY Islanders traded G Chris Osgood and the Islanders' 3rd-round pick in the 2003 Entry Draft to St. Louis for C Justin Papineau and St. Louis' 2nd-round pick in the 2003 Entry Draft. March 11, 2003: Phoenix traded LW Brad May to Vancouver for Phoenix's 3rd-round pick in the 2003 Entry Draft (previously acquired). March 11, 2003: Phoenix traded LW Ramzi Abid, D Dan Focht and LW Guillaume Lefebvre to Pittsburgh for C Jan Hrdina and D Francois Leroux. March 11, 2003: Pittsburgh traded C Wayne Primeau to San Jose for RW Matt Bradley. March 11, 2003: Pittsburgh traded D Marc Bergevin to Tampa Bay for C Brian Holzinger. March 11, 2003: Pittsburgh traded D Ian Moran to Boston for Boston's 4th-round pick in the 2003 Entry Draft. March 11, 2003: San Jose traded D Dan McGillis to Boston for Boston's 2nd-round pick in the 2003 Entry Draft. 2003-04 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 9, 2004 March 9, 2004: Atlanta traded LW Jeff Cowan to Los Angeles for LW Kip Brennan. March 9, 2004: Boston traded D Jeff Jillson to San Jose for C Brad Boyes; San Jose traded Jillson and its 9th-round pick in the 2005 Entry Draft to Buffalo for C Curtis Brown and D Andy Delmore; San Jose traded Delmore to Boston for future considerations. March 9, 2004: Carolina traded C Ron Francis to Toronto for Toronto’s 4th-round pick in the 2005 Entry Draft. March 9, 2004: Chicago traded D Alexander Karpovtsev to NY Islanders for NY Islanders’ 4th-round pick in the 2005 Entry Draft. March 9, 2004: Colorado traded LW Jordan Krestanovich to Minnesota for LW Chris Bala. March 9, 2004: Columbus traded LW Lasse Pirjeta to Pittsburgh for C Brian Holzinger. March 9, 2004: Columbus traded LW Geoff Sanderson to Vancouver for Vancouver’s 3rd-round pick in the 2004 Entry Draft. March 9, 2004: Florida traded D Jeff Paul to NY Rangers for LW Paul Healey. March 9, 2004: Montreal traded LW Sylvain Blouin to Vancouver for D Rene Vydareny. March 9, 2004: Nashville traded D Stan Neckar to Tampa Bay for Tampa Bay's 6th-round pick in the 2004 Entry Draft. March 9, 2004: NY Rangers traded D Greg de Vries to Ottawa for D Karel Rachunek and C/LW Alexandre Giroux. March 9, 2004: NY Rangers traded LW Martin Rucinsky to Vancouver for C R.J. Umberger and D Martin Grenier. March 9, 2004: Ottawa traded D Shane Hnidy to Nashville for Colorado’s 3rd-round pick in the 2004 Entry Draft (previously acquired). March 9, 2004: Phoenix traded LW Brian Savage to St. Louis for future considerations. March 9, 2004: Pittsburgh traded D Marc Bergevin to Vancouver for Vancouver's 7th-round pick in the 2004 Entry Draft. March 9, 2004: St. Louis traded D Tom Koivisto to Phoenix for future considerations. March 9, 2004: St. Louis traded LW Sergei Varlamov to Vancouver for LW Ryan Ready. March 9, 2004: Washington traded RW Mike Grier to Buffalo for C Jakub Klepis. 2005-06 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 9, 2006 March 9, 2006: Anaheim traded D Keith Carney and D Juha Alen to Vancouver for NY Islanders' 2nd-round pick in the 2006 Entry Draft (previously acquired) and D Brett Skinner. March 9, 2006: Anaheim traded D Sandis Ozolinsh to NY Rangers for San Jose's 3rd-round pick in the 2006 Entry Draft (previously acquired). March 9, 2006: Boston traded LW Sergei Samsonov to Edmonton for C Marty Reasoner, C Yan Stastny and Edmonton's 2nd-round pick in the 2006 Entry Draft. March 9, 2006: Buffalo traded G Mika Noronen to Vancouver for Vancouver's 2nd-round pick in the 2006 Entry Draft. March 9, 2006: Calgary traded C Jason Wiemer to New Jersey for New Jersey's 4th-round pick in the 2006 Entry Draft. March 9, 2006: Chicago traded C Tyler Arnason to Ottawa for RW Brandon Bochenski and Ottawa's 2nd-round pick in the 2006 Entry Draft. March 9, 2006: Chicago traded C Jim Dowd to Colorado for Colorado's 4th-round pick in the 2006 Entry Draft. March 9, 2006: Chicago traded D Todd Simpson to Montreal for Montreal's 6th-round pick in the 2006 Entry Draft. March 9, 2006: Detroit traded D Jamie Rivers to Phoenix for Phoenix's 7th-round pick in the 2006 Entry Draft. March 9, 2006: Florida traded C Petr Taticek to Pittsburgh for D Ric Jackman. March 9, 2006: Los Angeles traded C Yanick Lehoux to Phoenix for RW Tim Jackman. March 9, 2006: Minnesota traded D Willie Mitchell and its 2nd-round pick in the 2007 Entry Draft to Dallas for D Martin Skoula and D Shawn Belle. March 9, 2006: New Jersey traded D Sean Brown to Vancouver for Vancouver's 4th-round pick in the 2006 Entry Draft. March 9, 2006: NY Islanders traded D Brad Lukowich to New Jersey for New Jersey's 3rd-round pick in the 2006 Entry Draft. March 9, 2006: NY Islanders traded LW Oleg Kvasha and their 5th-round pick in the 2006 Entry Draft to Phoenix for Phoenix's 3rd-round pick in 2006. March 9, 2006: Phoenix traded D Denis Gauthier to Philadelphia for LW Josh Gratton, Florida's 2nd-round pick in the 2006 Entry Draft (previously acquired) and Tampa Bay's 2nd-round pick in 2006 (previously acquired). March 9, 2006: Phoenix traded D Sean O'Donnell to Anaheim for C Joel Perrault. March 9, 2006: Phoenix traded C Jamie Lundmark to Calgary for Calgary's 4th-round pick in the 2006 Entry Draft. March 9, 2006: Pittsburgh traded RW Mark Recchi to Carolina for LW Niklas Nordgren, C Krystofer Kolanos and Carolina's 2nd-round pick in the 2007 Entry Draft. March 9, 2006: Pittsburgh traded D Cory Cross to Detroit for Detroit's 4th-round pick in the 2007 Entry Draft. March 9, 2006: St. Louis traded D Eric Weinrich to Vancouver for D Tomas Mojzis and Vancouver's 3rd-round pick in the 2006 Entry Draft. March 9, 2006: San Jose traded RW Niko Dimitrakos to Philadelphia for Philadelphia's 3rd-round pick in the 2006 Entry Draft. March 9, 2006: Vancouver traded D Steve McCarthy to Atlanta for a conditional draft pick (conditions not met). March 9, 2006: Washington traded F Jeff Friesen to Anaheim for Anaheim's 2nd-round pick in the 2006 Entry Draft. March 9, 2006: Washington traded D Brendan Witt to Nashville for C Kris Beech and Nashville's 1st-round pick in the 2006 Entry Draft. 2006-07 TRADE DEADLINE - FEB. 27, 2007 Feb. 27, 2007: Anaheim traded G Michael Wall to Colorado for LW Brad May. Feb. 27, 2007: Anaheim traded D Joe Rullier to Tampa Bay for D Doug O'Brien. Feb. 27, 2007: Atlanta traded RW Alex Bourret to New York Rangers for LW Pascal Dupuis and the Rangers' 3rdround pick in the 2007 Entry Draft. Feb. 27, 2007: Boston traded D Paul Mara to New York Rangers for D Aaron Ward. Feb. 27, 2007: Boston traded C Brad Boyes to St. Louis for D Dennis Wideman. Feb. 27, 2007: Buffalo traded G Martin Biron to Philadelphia for Philadelphia's 2nd-round pick in the 2007 Entry Draft. Feb. 27, 2007: Buffalo traded C Jiri Novotny and its 1st-round pick in the 2007 Entry Draft to Washington for RW Dainius Zubrus and D Timo Helbling. Feb. 27, 2007: Chicago traded LW Karl Stewart and Florida's 6th-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft (previously acquired) to Tampa Bay for RW Nikita Alexeev. Feb. 27, 2007: Columbus traded G Ty Conklin to Buffalo for Buffalo's 5th-round pick in the 2007 Entry Draft. Feb. 27, 2007: Dallas traded D Jaroslav Modry, D Johan Fransson, its 2nd- and 3rd-round picks in the 2007 Entry Draft and 1st-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft to Los Angeles for D Mattias Norstrom, RW Konstantin Pushkarev and Los Angeles' 3rd- and 4th-round picks in the 2007 Entry Draft. Feb. 27, 2007: Edmonton traded LW Ryan Smyth to New York Islanders for C Ryan O'Marra, C Robert Nilsson and NY Islanders' 1st-round pick in the 2007 Entry Draft. Feb. 27, 2007: Florida traded LW Gary Roberts to Pittsburgh for D Noah Welch. Feb. 27, 2007: Florida traded D Joel Kwiatkowski to Pittsburgh for Florida's 4th-round pick in the 2007 Entry Draft (previously acquired). Feb. 27, 2007: Florida traded RW Todd Bertuzzi to Detroit for C Shawn Matthias and Detroit's 2nd-round pick in the 2007 Entry Draft. Feb. 27, 2007: Los Angeles traded RW Jason Ward to Tampa Bay for Tampa Bay's 5th-round pick in the 2007 Entry Draft. Feb. 27, 2007: Nashville traded D Mikko Lehtonen to Buffalo for Buffalo's 4th-round pick in the 2007 Entry Draft. Feb. 27, 2007: New Jersey traded D David Hale and its 5th-round pick in the 2007 Entry Draft to Calgary for Calgary's 3rd-round pick in the 2007 Entry Draft. Feb. 27, 2007: Phoenix traded LW Oleg Saprykin and its 7th-round pick in the 2007 Entry Draft to Ottawa for Ottawa's 2nd-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft. Feb. 27, 2007: Phoenix traded RW Georges Laraque to Pittsburgh for LW Dan Carcillo and Pittsburgh's 3rd-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft. Feb. 27, 2007: Phoenix traded C Yanic Perreault and its 5th-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft to Toronto for D Brendan Bell and Toronto's 2nd-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft. Feb. 27, 2007: Pittsburgh traded C Dominic Moore to Minnesota for Minnesota's 3rd-round pick in the 2007 Entry Draft. Feb. 27, 2007: St. Louis traded RW Bill Guerin to San Jose for LW Ville Nieminen, LW Jay Barriball and New Jersey's 1st-round pick in the 2007 Entry Draft (previously acquired). Feb. 27, 2007: San Jose traded G Nolan Schaefer to Pittsburgh for Pittsburgh's 7th-round pick in the 2007 Entry Draft. Feb. 27, 2007: San Jose traded RW Scott Parker to Colorado for Colorado's 6th-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft. Feb. 27, 2007: Washington traded D Jamie Heward to Los Angeles for a conditional draft pick (conditions not met). 2007-08 TRADE DEADLINE - FEB. 26, 2008 Feb. 26, 2008: Anaheim traded RW Brandon Bochenski to Nashville for future considerations. Feb. 26, 2008: Anaheim traded RW Brandon Segal and a 7th-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft to Tampa Bay for D Jay Leach. Feb. 26, 2008: Atlanta traded RW Marian Hossa and RW Pascal Dupuis to Pittsburgh for RW Colby Armstrong, C Erik Christensen, C Angelo Esposito and Pittsburgh's 1st-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft. Feb. 26, 2008: Atlanta traded LW Alexandre Giroux to Washington for RW Joe Motzko. Feb. 26, 2008: Buffalo traded D Brian Campbell and its 7th-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft to San Jose for RW Steve Bernier and San Jose's 1st-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft. Feb. 26, 2008: Carolina traded LW Andrew Ladd to Chicago for C Tuomo Ruutu. Feb. 26, 2008: Chicago traded RW Martin Lapointe to Ottawa for Ottawa's 6th-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft. Feb. 26, 2008: Colorado traded D Karlis Skrastins and its 3rd-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft to Florida for D Ruslan Salei. Feb. 26, 2008: Columbus traded C Sergei Fedorov to Washington for D Ted Ruth. Feb. 26, 2008: Columbus traded D Adam Foote to Colorado for Colorado's 1st-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft and future considerations. Feb. 26, 2008: Dallas traded G Mike Smith, C Jeff Halpern, LW Jussi Jokinen and its 4th-round pick in the 2009 Entry Draft to Tampa Bay for C Brad Richards and G Johan Holmqvist. Feb. 26, 2008: Los Angeles traded D Brad Stuart to Detroit for Detroit's 2nd-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft and 4th-round pick in 2009. Feb. 26, 2008: Los Angeles traded G J.S. Aubin to Anaheim for a 7th-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft. Feb. 26, 2008: Montreal traded G Cristobal Huet to Washington for Anaheim's 2nd-round pick in the 2009 Entry Draft (previously acquired). Feb. 26, 2008: New Jersey traded RW Cam Janssen to St. Louis for D Bryce Salvador. Feb. 26, 2008: NY Islanders traded LW Chris Simon to Minnesota for Minnesota's 6th-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft. Feb. 26, 2008: NY Islanders traded D Marc-Andre Bergeron to Anaheim for a 3rd-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft. Feb. 26, 2008: NY Rangers traded G Al Montoya and LW Marcel Hossa to Phoenix for RW Fredrik Sjostrom, G David LeNeveu, LW Josh Gratton and Phoenix's 5th-round pick in the 2009 Entry Draft. Feb. 26, 2008: St. Louis traded D Christian Backman to NY Rangers for the Rangers' 4th-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft. Feb. 26, 2008: San Jose traded D Rob Davison to NY Islanders for NY Islanders' 7th-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft. Feb. 26, 2008: Tampa Bay traded LW Jan Hlavac to Nashville for Nashville's 7th-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft. Feb. 26, 2008: Toronto traded RW Wade Belak to Florida for Florida's 5th-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft. Feb. 26, 2008: Toronto traded LW Chad Kilger to Florida for Florida's 3rd-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft. Feb. 26, 2008: Toronto traded D Hal Gill to Pittsburgh for Pittsburgh's 2nd-round pick in the 2008 Entry Draft and 5thround pick in 2009. Feb. 26, 2008: Vancouver traded LW Matt Cooke to Washington for LW Matt Pettinger. 2008-09 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 4, 2009 March 4, 2009: Anaheim traded LW Travis Moen and D Kent Huskins to San Jose for G Timo Pielmeier and C Nick Bonino. March 4, 2009: Anaheim traded C Samuel Pahlsson and D Logan Stephenson to Chicago for D James Wisniewski and C Petri Kontiola. March 4, 2009: Anaheim traded C Eric O'Dell to Atlanta for C Erik Christensen. March 4, 2009: Boston traded C Petteri Nokelainen to Anaheim for D Steve Montador. March 4, 2009: Boston traded D Matt Lashoff and RW Martins Karsums to Tampa Bay for RW Mark Recchi and Tampa Bay's 2nd-round pick in the 2010 Entry Draft. March 4, 2009: Buffalo traded RW Ales Kotalik to Edmonton for Carolina's 2nd-round pick in the 2009 Entry Draft (previously acquired). March 4, 2009: Calgary traded C Matthew Lombardi, LW Brandon Prust and its 1st-round pick in the 2010 Entry Draft to Phoenix for C Olli Jokinen and Phoenix's 3rd-round pick in 2009. March 4, 2009: Calgary traded D Ryan Wilson, D Lawrence Nycholat and Montreal's 2nd-round pick in the 2009 Entry Draft (previously acquired) to Colorado for D Jordan Leopold. March 4, 2009: Calgary traded G Kevin Lalande to Columbus for Columbus' 4th-round pick in the 2009 Entry Draft. March 4, 2009: Carolina traded RW Justin Williams to Los Angeles for C Patrick O'Sullivan and Calgary's 2nd-round pick in the 2009 Entry Draft (previously acquired). March 4, 2009: Carolina traded C Patrick O'Sullivan and its 2nd-round pick in the 2009 Entry Draft to Edmonton for LW Erik Cole and Edmonton's 5th-round pick in 2009. March 4, 2009: Columbus traded G Pascal Leclaire and its 2nd-round pick in the 2009 Entry Draft to Ottawa for LW Antoine Vermette. March 4, 2009: Florida traded D Noah Welch and its 3rd-round pick in the 2009 Entry Draft to Tampa Bay for D Steve Eminger. March 4, 2009: NY Islanders traded RW Bill Guerin to Pittsburgh for Pittsburgh's 3rd-round pick in the 2009 Entry Draft. March 4, 2009: NY Rangers traded D Dmitri Kalinin, LW Nigel Dawes and RW Petr Prucha to Phoenix for D Derek Morris. March 4, 2009: Philadelphia traded LW Scottie Upshall and its 2nd-round pick in the 2011 Entry Draft to Phoenix for LW Dan Carcillo. March 4, 2009: Phoenix traded G Mikael Tellqvist to Buffalo for Buffalo's 4th-round pick in the 2010 Entry Draft. March 4, 2009: Pittsburgh traded D Danny Richmond to St. Louis for D Andy Wozniewski. March 4, 2009: San Jose traded D Kyle McLaren to Philadelphia for Philadelphia's 6th-round pick in the 2009 Entry Draft. March 4, 2009: Tampa Bay traded G Olaf Kolzig, D Jamie Heward, D Andy Rogers and Carolina's 4th-round pick in the 2009 Entry Draft (previously acquired) to Toronto for D Richard Petiot. March 4, 2009: Toronto traded C Nik Antropov to NY Rangers for NY Rangers' 2nd-round pick in the 2009 Entry Draft. March 4, 2009: Toronto traded C Dominic Moore to Buffalo for Carolina's 2nd-round pick in the 2009 Entry Draft (previously acquired). 2009-10 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 3, 2010 March 3, 2010: Anaheim traded D Ryan Whitney and its 6th-round pick in the 2010 Entry Draft to Edmonton for D Lubomir Visnovsky. March 3, 2010: Anaheim traded G Justin Pogge and Boston's 4th-round pick in the 2010 Entry Draft (previously acquired) to Carolina for D Aaron Ward. March 3, 2010: Anaheim traded G Vesa Toskala to Calgary for G Curtis McElhinney. March 3, 2010: Anaheim traded C Petteri Nokelainen to Phoenix for Phoenix's 6th-round pick in the 2011 Entry Draft. March 3, 2010: Boston traded D Derek Morris to Phoenix for Phoenix's 3rd-round pick in the 2011 Entry Draft. March 3, 2010: Boston traded RW Byron Bitz, RW Craig Weller and Tampa Bay's 2nd-round pick in the 2010 Entry Draft (previously acquired) to Florida for D Dennis Seidenberg and D Matt Bartkowski. March 3, 2010: Buffalo traded D Nathan Paetsch and Vancouver's 2nd-round pick in the 2010 Entry Draft (previously acquired) to Columbus for LW Raffi Torres. March 3, 2010: Buffalo traded LW Clarke MacArthur to Atlanta for Atlanta's 3rd- and 4th-round picks in the 2010 Entry Draft. March 3, 2010: Calgary traded D Aaron Johnson and its 3rd-round pick in the 2011 Entry Draft to Edmonton for D Steve Staios. March 3, 2010: Calgary traded C Dustin Boyd to Nashville for Nashville's 4th-round pick in the 2010 Entry Draft. March 3, 2010: Calgary traded C Riley Armstrong to Detroit for D Andy Delmore. March 3, 2010: Carolina traded D Joe Corvo to Washington for D Brian Pothier, LW Oskar Osala and Washington's 2nd-round pick in the 2011 Entry Draft. March 3, 2010: Carolina traded RW Scott Walker to Washington for Washington's 7th-round pick in the 2010 Entry Draft. March 3, 2010: Carolina traded C Stephane Yelle and RW Harrison Reed to Colorado for C Cedric Lalonde-McNicoll and Colorado's 6th-round pick in the 2010 Entry Draft. March 3, 2010: Carolina traded D Andrew Alberts to Vancouver for Vancouver's 3rd-round pick in the 2010 Entry Draft. March 3, 2010: Colorado traded LW Wojtek Wolski to Phoenix for RW Peter Mueller and C Kevin Porter. March 3, 2010: Columbus traded D Milan Jurcina to Washington for a conditional draft pick (conditions not met). March 3, 2010: Columbus traded D Mathieu Roy to Florida for C Matt Rust. March 3, 2010: Columbus traded LW Fredrik Modin to Los Angeles for a conditional draft pick (conditions not met). March 3, 2010: Columbus traded LW Alexandre Picard to Phoenix for C Chad Kolarik. March 3, 2010: Detroit traded C Kris Newbury to New York Rangers for LW Jordan Owens. March 3, 2010: Los Angeles traded LW Teddy Purcell and Florida's 3rd-round pick in the 2010 Entry Draft (previously acquired) to Tampa Bay for C Jeff Halpern. March 3, 2010: Minnesota traded C Eric Belanger to Washington for Washington's 2nd-round pick in the 2010 Entry Draft. March 3, 2010: Montreal traded RW Matt D'Agostini to St. Louis for RW Aaron Palushaj. March 3, 2010: New York Rangers traded G Miika Wiikman and their 7th-round pick in the 2011 Entry Draft to Phoenix for D Anders Eriksson. March 3, 2010: Phoenix traded D Matt Jones and its 4th- and 7th-round picks in the 2010 Entry Draft to Toronto for RW Lee Stempniak. March 3, 2010: Pittsburgh traded D Chris Peluso to Toronto for Toronto's 6th-round pick in the 2010 Entry Draft. March 3, 2010: St. Louis traded C Yan Stastny to Vancouver for LW Pierre-Cedric Labrie. March 3, 2010: Toronto traded D Martin Skoula to New Jersey for New Jersey's 5th-round pick in the 2010 Entry Draft. March 3, 2010: Toronto traded G Joey MacDonald to Anaheim for Anaheim's 7th-round pick in the 2011 Entry Draft. March 3, 2010: Vancouver traded D Mathieu Schneider to Phoenix for D Sean Zimmerman and Phoenix's 6th-round pick in the 2010 Entry Draft. 2010-11 TRADE DEADLINE - FEBRUARY 28, 2011 Feb. 28, 2011: Anaheim traded C Maxim Lapierre and C MacGregor Sharp to Vancouver for C Joel Perrault and Vancouver's 3rd-round pick in the 2012 Entry Draft. Feb. 28, 2011: Atlanta traded RW Niclas Bergfors and LW Patrick Rissmiller to Florida for RW Radek Dvorak and Carolina's 5th-round pick in the 2011 Entry Draft (previously acquired). Feb. 28, 2011: Atlanta traded G Drew MacIntyre to Montreal for D Brett Festerling. Feb. 28, 2011: Atlanta traded LW Fredrik Modin to Calgary for Calgary's 7th-round pick in the 2011 Entry Draft. Feb. 28, 2011: Boston traded D Jeff Penner and RW Mikko Lehtonen to Minnesota for G Anton Khudobin. Feb. 28, 2011: Carolina traded LW Sergei Samsonov to Florida for D Bryan Allen. Feb. 28, 2011: Chicago traded C Ryan Potulny and its 2nd-round pick in the 2011 Entry Draft to Ottawa for D Chris Campoli. Feb. 28, 2011: Colorado traded D Kevin Montgomery to Edmonton for D Shawn Belle. Feb. 28, 2011: Columbus traded D Rostislav Klesla and LW Dane Byers to Phoenix for LW Scottie Upshall and D Sami Lepisto. Feb. 28, 2011: Columbus traded LW Tom Sestito to Philadelphia for C Michael Chaput and RW Greg Moore. Feb. 28, 2011: Edmonton traded RW Dustin Penner to Los Angeles for D Colten Teubert, Los Angeles' 1st-round pick in the 2011 Entry Draft and 3rd-round pick in 2012. Feb. 28, 2011: Florida traded D Dennis Wideman to Washington for C Jake Hauswirth and Washington's 3rd-round pick in the 2011 Entry Draft. Feb. 28, 2011: Florida traded LW Chris Higgins to Vancouver for D Evan Oberg and Vancouver's 3rd-round pick in the 2013 Entry Draft. Feb. 28, 2011: New Jersey traded C Jason Arnott to Washington for C David Steckel and Washington's 2nd-round pick in the 2012 Entry Draft. Feb. 28, 2011: St. Louis traded LW Brad Winchester to Anaheim for Anaheim's 3rd-round pick in the 2012 Entry Draft. Feb. 28, 2011: Toronto traded C John Mitchell to NY Rangers for the Rangers' 7th-round pick in the 2012 Entry Draft. 2011-12 TRADE DEADLINE - FEBRUARY 27, 2012 Feb. 27, 2012: Anaheim traded RW Andrew Gordon to Vancouver for D Sebastian Erixon. Feb. 27, 2012: Anaheim traded D Mark Fraser to Toronto for RW Dale Mitchell. Feb. 27, 2012: Buffalo traded C Paul Gaustad and its 4th-round pick in the 2013 NHL Draft to Nashville for Nashville's 1st-round pick in 2012. Feb. 27, 2012: Buffalo traded D Marc-Andre Gragnani to Vancouver for D Alexander Sulzer. Feb. 27, 2012: Buffalo traded RW Zack Kassian to Vancouver for C Cody Hodgson. Feb. 27, 2012: Chicago traded D John Scott to NY Rangers for the Rangers' 5th-round pick in the 2012 NHL Draft. Feb. 27, 2012: Colorado traded LW T.J. Galiardi, LW Daniel Winnik and Anaheim's 7th-round pick in the 2013 NHL Draft (previously acquired) to San Jose for LW Jamie McGinn, C Mike Sgarbossa and LW Mike Connolly. Feb. 27, 2012: Columbus traded C Samuel Pahlsson to Vancouver for D Taylor Ellington, the New York Islanders' 4thround pick in the 2012 NHL Draft (previously acquired) and Vancouver's 4th-round pick in 2012. Feb. 27, 2012: Detroit traded D Mike Commodore to Tampa Bay for a conditional draft pick (conditions not met). Feb. 27, 2012: Edmonton traded D Tom Gilbert to Minnesota for D Nick Schultz. Feb. 27, 2012: Minnesota traded D Greg Zanon to Boston for D Steven Kampfer. Feb. 27, 2012: Montreal traded LW Andrei Kostitsyn to Nashville for Nashville's 2nd-round pick in the 2013 NHL Draft. Feb. 27, 2012: NY Islanders traded RW Brian Rolston and D Mike Mottau to Boston for D Marc Cantin and C Yannick Riendeau. Feb. 27, 2012: Ottawa traded D Brian Lee to Tampa Bay for D Matt Gilroy. Feb. 27, 2012: Tampa Bay traded RW Carter Ashton to Toronto for D Keith Aulie. Feb. 27, 2012: Winnipeg traded D Johnny Oduya to Chicago for Chicago's 2nd- and 3rd-round picks in the 2013 NHL Draft. 2012-13 TRADE DEADLINE - APRIL 3, 2013 Apr. 3, 2013: Anaheim traded C Brandon McMillan to Phoenix for C Matthew Lombardi. Apr. 3, 2013: Anaheim traded G Jeff Deslauriers to Minnesota for future considerations. Apr. 3, 2013: Boston traded C Maxime Sauve to Chicago for C Rob Flick. Apr. 3, 2013: Buffalo traded RW Jason Pominville and Buffalo's 4th-round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft to Minnesota for LW Johan Larsson, G Matt Hackett, Minnesota's 1st-round pick in 2013 and 2nd-round pick in 2014. Apr. 3, 2013: Calgary traded LW Blake Comeau to Columbus for Columbus' 5th-round pick in the 2013 NHL Draft. Apr. 3, 2013: Carolina traded LW Jussi Jokinen to Pittsburgh for a conditional draft pick (conditions not met). Apr. 3, 2013: Colorado traded D Ryan O'Byrne to Toronto for a 4th-round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft. Apr. 3, 2013: Columbus traded G Steve Mason to Philadelphia for G Michael Leighton and Philadelphia's 3rd-round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft. Apr. 3, 2013: Columbus traded RW Derek Dorsett, C Derick Brassard, D John Moore and Columbus' 6th-round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft to NY Rangers for RW Marian Gaborik, D Blake Parlett and D Steven Delisle. Apr. 3, 2013: Florida traded C Jerred Smithson to Edmonton for Edmonton's 4th-round pick in the 2013 NHL Draft. Apr. 3, 2013: Nashville traded RW Martin Erat and C Michael Latta to Washington for C Filip Forsberg. Apr. 3, 2013: Nashville traded D Scott Hannan to San Jose for San Jose's 6th-round pick in the 2013 NHL Draft. Apr. 3, 2013: Ottawa traded G Ben Bishop to Tampa Bay for C Cory Conacher and Philadelphia's 4th-round pick in the 2013 NHL Draft (previously acquired). Apr. 3, 2013: Phoenix traded LW Raffi Torres to San Jose for Florida's 3rd-round pick in the 2013 NHL Draft (previously acquired). Apr. 3, 2013: Phoenix traded LW Steve Sullivan to New Jersey for New Jersey's 7th-round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft. Apr. 3, 2013: Pittsburgh traded G Patrick Killeen to Columbus for future considerations. Apr. 3, 2013: St. Louis traded D Wade Redden to Boston for Boston's 6th-round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft. 2013-14 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 5, 2014 March 5, 2014: Anaheim traded D Alex Grant to Ottawa for RW ndre Petersson. March 5, 2014: Buffalo traded LW Matt Moulson and C Cody McCormick to Minnesota for C Torrey Mitchell, Winnipeg's 2nd-round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft (previously acquired) and Minnesota's 2nd-round pick in 2016. March 5, 2014: Buffalo traded G Jaroslav Halak and its 3rd-round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft to Washington for G Michal Neuvirth and D Rostislav Klesla. March 5, 2014: Buffalo traded D Brayden McNabb, RW Jonathan Parker and Los Angeles' 2nd-round pick in the 2014 and 2015 NHL Drafts (both previously acquired) to Los Angeles for D Nicolas Deslauriers and RW Hudson Fasching. March 5, 2014: Calgary traded G Reto Berra to Colorado for Colorado's 2nd-round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft. March 5, 2014: Calgary traded RW Lee Stempniak to Pittsburgh for Pittsburgh's 3rd-round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft. March 5, 2014: Carolina traded RW Tuomo Ruutu to New Jersey for C Andrei Loktionov and New Jersey's 3rd-round pick in the 2017 NHL Draft. March 5, 2014: Los Angeles acquired RW Marian Gaborik from Columbus for RW Matt Frattin, Edmonton's 3rd-round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft (previously acquired) and Toronto's 2nd-round pick in 2015 (previously acquired). March 5, 2014: Columbus traded C Jonathan Marchessault and LW Dalton Smith to the Tampa Bay Lightning for D Matt Taormina and C Dana Tyrell. March 5, 2014: Dallas traded G Dan Ellis to Florida for G Tim Thomas. March 5, 2014: Edmonton traded D Nick Schultz to Columbus for Columbus 5th-round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft. March 5, 2014: Edmonton traded RW Ales Hemsky to Ottawa for Ottawa's 5th-round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft and 3rd-round pick in 2015. March 5, 2014: Florida traded C Marcel Goc to Pittsburgh for Pittsburgh's 5th-round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft and 3rd-round pick in 2015. March 5, 2014: Montreal traded RW Sebastian Collberg and its 2nd-round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft to NY Islanders for LW Thomas Vanek and NY Islanders' 5th-round pick in 2014. March 5, 2014: Nashville traded C David Legwand to Detroit for RW Patrick Eaves, C Calle Jarnkrok and Detroit's 2nd-round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft. March 5, 2014: Nashville traded G Devan Dubnyk to Montreal for future considerations. March 5, 2014: NY Rangers traded RW Ryan Callahan, their 1st-round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft and 1st- and 7thround picks in 2015 NHL Draft to Tampa Bay for RW Martin St. Louis and Tampa Bay's 2nd-round pick in 2015. March 5, 2014: Philadelphia traded D Andrej Meszaros to Boston for Boston's 3rd-round pick in the 2014 NHL Draft. March 5, 2014: San Jose traded RW James Livingston to Los Angeles for a conditional draft pick (conditions not met). March 5, 2014: Vancouver traded D Raphael Diaz to NY Rangers for NY Rangers' 5th-round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft. 2014-15 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 2, 2015 March 2, 2015: Anaheim traded D Ben Lovejoy to Pittsburgh for D Simon Despres. March 2, 2015: Anaheim traded LW Rene Bourque, C William Karlsson and Anaheim's 2nd-round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft to Columbus for D James Wisniewski and Detroit's 3rd-round pick in 2015 (previously acquired). March 2, 2015: Anaheim traded D Eric Brewer and Anaheim's 5th-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft to Toronto for D Korbinian Holzer. March 2, 2015: Anaheim traded D Mat Clark to Colorado for C Michael Sgarbossa. March 2, 2015: Arizona traded D Zbynek Michalek to St. Louis for C Maxim Letunov. March 2, 2015: Arizona traded D Mark Louis to NY Islanders for G David Leggio. March 2, 2015: Boston traded RW Jordan Caron and its 6th-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft to Colorado for C Maxime Talbot and C Paul Carey. March 2, 2015: Boston traded C Jared Knight to Minnesota for C Zack Phillips. March 2, 2015: Buffalo traded C Torrey Mitchell to Montreal for LW Jack Nevins and Montreal's 7th-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft. March 2, 2015: Buffalo traded G Michal Neuvirth to NY Islanders for G Chad Johnson and a 3rd-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft. March 2, 2015: Buffalo traded RW Chris Stewart to Minnesota for Minnesota's 2nd-round pick in the 2017 NHL Draft. March 2, 2015: Buffalo traded C Brian Flynn to Montreal for Montreal's 5th-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft. March 2, 2015: Calgary traded LW Sven Baertschi to Vancouver for Vancouver's 2nd-round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft. March 2, 2015: Chicago traded RW Ben Smith and its 7th-round pick in the 2017 NHL Draft to San Jose for C Andrew Desjardins. March 2, 2015: Colorado traded D Karl Stollery to San Jose for C Freddie Hamilton. March 2, 2015: Columbus traded D Jordan Leopold to Minnesota for D Justin Falk and Minnesota's 5th-round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft. March 2, 2015: Edmonton traded D Jeff Petry to Montreal for Montreal's 2nd- and 4th-round picks in the 2015 NHL Draft. March 2, 2015: New Jersey traded D Marek Zidlicky to Detroit for Detroit's 3rd-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft. March 2, 2015: NY Islanders traded C Cory Conacher to Vancouver for C Dustin Jeffrey. March 2, 2015: Philadelphia traded D Braydon Coburn to Tampa Bay for D Radko Gudas and Tampa Bay’s 1st- and 3rd-round picks in the 2015 NHL Draft. March 2, 2015: Pittsburgh traded D Robert Bortuzzo and its 7th-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft to St. Louis for D Ian Cole. March 2, 2015: St. Louis traded C Joakim Lindstrom and its 6th-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft to Toronto for C Olli Jokinen. March 2, 2015: San Jose traded C Tyler Kennedy to NY Islanders for Tampa Bay's 7th-round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft (previously acquired). March 2, 2015: Tampa Bay traded RW Brett Connolly to Boston for Boston's 2nd-round pick in the 2015 and 2016 NHL Draft. 2015-16 TRADE DEADLINE - FEBRUARY 29, 2016 Feb. 29, 2016: Anaheim traded RW Tim Jackman and its 7th-round pick in the 2017 NHL Draft to Chicago for RW Corey Tropp. Feb. 29, 2016: Anaheim traded LW Patrick Maroon to Edmonton for D Martin Gernat and Edmonton's 4th-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft. Feb. 29, 2016: Arizona traded LW Mikkel Boedker to Colorado for LW Alex Tanguay, C Connor Bleackley and D Kyle Wood. Feb. 29, 2016: Arizona traded LW Matthias Plachta to Pittsburgh for LW Sergei Plotnikov. Feb. 29, 2016: Arizona traded D Corey Potter to Nashville for future considerations. Feb. 29, 2016: Arizona traded C Dustin Jeffrey, LW Dan O'Donoghue and D James Melindy to Pittsburgh for C Matia Marcantuoni. Feb. 29, 2016: Boston traded LW Anthony Camara, its 3rd-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft and 5th-round pick in 2017 to Carolina for D John-Michael Liles. Feb. 29, 2016: Buffalo traded LW Jamie McGinn to Anaheim for Minnesota's 3rd-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft (previously acquired). Feb. 29, 2016: Calgary traded D Kris Russell to Dallas for D Jyrki Jokipakka, C Brett Pollock and Dallas' 2nd-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft. Feb. 29, 2016: Calgary traded RW David Jones to Minnesota for G Niklas Backstrom and Minnesota's 6th-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft. Feb. 29, 2016: Carolina traded G Drew MacIntyre to Chicago for D Dennis Robertson. Feb. 29, 2016: Colorado traded C Marc-Andre Cliche to NY Islanders for LW Taylor Beck. Feb. 29, 2016: Florida traded C Brandon Pirri to Anaheim for Anaheim's 6th-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft. Feb. 29, 2016: Los Angeles traded RW Scott Sabourin to Minnesota for C Brett Sutter. Feb. 29, 2016: Minnesota traded LW Michael Keranen to Ottawa for D Conor Allen. Feb. 29, 2016: Montreal traded RW Devante Smith-Pelly to New Jersey for LW Stefan Matteau. Feb. 29, 2016: New Jersey traded D Eric Gelinas to Colorado for Colorado's 3rd-round pick in the 2017 NHL Draft. Feb. 29, 2016: New Jersey traded RW Lee Stempniak to Boston for Boston's 4th-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft and 2nd-round pick in 2017. Feb. 29, 2016: Ottawa traded LW Shane Prince and its 7th-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft to NY Islanders for a 3rd-round pick in 2016. 2016-17 TRADE DEADLINE - MARCH 1, 2017 March 1, 2017: Anaheim traded LW Kenton Helgesen and its 7th-round pick in the 2019 NHL Draft to Chicago for LW Spencer Abbott and C Sam Carrick. March 1, 2017: Arizona traded LW Brendan Ranford to Colorado for RW Joe Whitney. March 1, 2017: Calgary traded D Jyrki Jokipakka and its 2nd-round pick in the 2017 NHL Draft to Ottawa for RW Curtis Lazar and D Michael Kostka. March 1, 2017: Colorado traded RW Jarome Iginla to Los Angeles for a conditional draft pick (conditions not met). March 1, 2017: Colorado traded D Cody Corbett to Washington for G Joe Cannata. March 1, 2017: Colorado traded LW Andreas Martinsen to Montreal for RW Sven Andrighetto. March 1, 2017: Columbus traded D Dalton Prout to New Jersey for D Kyle Quincey. March 1, 2017: Columbus traded D Dillon Heatherington to Dallas for LW Lauri Korpikoski. March 1, 2017: Detroit traded LW Thomas Vanek to Florida for D Dylan McIlrath and Florida's 3rd-round pick in the 2017 NHL Draft. March 1, 2017: Edmonton traded LW Taylor Beck to NY Rangers for RW Justin Fontaine. March 1, 2017: Florida traded G Mike McKenna to Tampa Bay for G Adam Wilcox. March 1, 2017: Florida traded RW Shane Harper to New Jersey for D Reece Scarlett. March 1, 2017: Los Angeles traded LW Dwight King to Montreal for Montreal's 4th-round pick in the 2018 NHL Draft. March 1, 2017: New Jersey traded RW PA Parenteau to Nashville for Nashville's 6th-round pick in the 2017 NHL Draft. March 1, 2017: Philadelphia traded D Mark Streit to Tampa Bay for C Valtteri Filppula, Tampa Bay's 4th-round pick in the 2017 NHL Draft and Los Angeles' 7th-round pick in 2017 (previously acquired). March 1, 2017: Tampa Bay traded D Mark Streit to Pittsburgh for Pittsburgh's 4th-round pick in the 2018 NHL Draft. March 1, 2017: Pittsburgh traded C Eric Fehr, D Steve Oleksy and its 4th-round pick in the 2017 NHL Draft to Toronto for D Frank Corrado. March 1, 2017: Winnipeg traded RW Drew Stafford to Boston for Boston's 5th-round pick in the 2018 NHL Draft. 2017-18 TRADE DEADLINE - FEBRUARY 26, 2018 Feb. 26, 2018: Anaheim traded LW Chris Wagner to NY Islanders for LW Jason Chimera. Feb. 26, 2018: Arizona traded C Ryan Kujawinski to Columbus for C Jordan Maletta. Feb. 26, 2018: Arizona traded C Tyler Gaudet and D John Ramage to Nashville for D Trevor Murphy and LW PierreCedric Labrie. Feb. 26, 2018: Buffalo traded LW Evander Kane to San Jose for C Danny O'Regan and San Jose's 1st- and 4th-round picks in the 2019 NHL Draft. Feb. 26, 2018: Carolina traded RW Josh Jooris to Pittsburgh for C Greg McKegg. Feb. 26, 2018: Chicago traded LW Ryan Hartman and its 5th-round pick in the 2018 NHL Draft to Nashville for C Victor Ejdsell and Nashville's 1st- and 4th-round picks in 2018. Feb. 26, 2018: Chicago traded RW Tommy Wingels to Boston for Boston's 4th-round pick in the 2019 NHL Draft. Feb. 26, 2018: Colorado traded D Chris Bigras to NY Rangers for D Ryan Graves. Feb. 26, 2018: Columbus traded C Nick Moutrey and its 3rd-round pick in the 2020 NHL Draft to Ottawa for D Ian Cole. Feb. 26, 2018: Columbus traded C Tyler Motte and LW Jussi Jokinen to Vancouver for LW Thomas Vanek. Feb. 26, 2018: Detroit traded LW Tomas Tatar to Vegas for Vegas' 1st-round pick in the 2018 NHL Draft, NY Islanders' 2nd-round pick in 2019 (previously acquired) and Vegas' 3rd-round pick in 2021. Feb. 26, 2018: Edmonton traded LW Patrick Maroon to New Jersey for C J.D. Dudek and New Jersey's 3rd-round pick in the 2019 NHL Draft. Feb. 26, 2018: Minnesota traded D Mike Reilly to Montreal for Washington's 5th-round pick in the 2019 NHL Draft (previously acquired). Feb. 26, 2018: Montreal traded D Joe Morrow to Winnipeg for Winnipeg's 4th-round pick in the 2018 NHL Draft. Feb. 26, 2018: NY Rangers traded D Ryan McDonagh and LW J.T. Miller to Tampa Bay for C Vladislav Namestnikov, D Libor Hajek, C Brett Howden, Tampa Bay's 1st-round pick in the 2018 NHL Draft and 2nd-round pick in 2019. Feb. 26, 2018: Ottawa traded C Nick Shore to Calgary for Calgary's 7th-round pick in the 2019 NHL Draft. Feb. 26, 2018: St. Louis traded C Paul Stastny to Winnipeg for LW Erik Foley and Winnipeg's 1st-round pick in the 2018 NHL Draft. Feb. 26, 2018: Vancouver traded D Philip Holm to Vegas for LW Brendan Leipsic. 2018-19 TRADE DEADLINE - FEBRUARY 25, 2019 Feb. 25, 2019: Anaheim traded D Michael Del Zotto to St. Louis for St. Louis' 6th-round pick in the 2019 NHL Draft. Feb. 25, 2019: Arizona traded C Jordan Weal to Montreal for C Michael Chaput. Feb. 25, 2019: Buffalo traded D Nathan Beaulieu to Winnipeg for Winnipeg's 6th-round pick in the 2019 NHL Draft. Feb. 25, 2019: Carolina traded RW Cliff Pu to Florida for future considerations. Feb. 25, 2019: Columbus traded D Julius Bergman and its 4th- and 7th-round picks in the 2019 NHL Draft to NY Rangers for D Adam McQuaid. Feb. 25, 2019: Columbus traded C Alex Broadhurst to Winnipeg for future considerations. Feb. 25, 2019: Florida traded C Derick Brassard to Colorado for Colorado’s 3rd-round pick in 2020. Feb. 25, 2019: Florida traded D Chris Wideman to Pittsburgh for C Jean-Sebastien Dea. Feb. 25, 2019: Florida traded D Bogdan Kiselevich to Winnipeg for Winnipeg's 7th-round pick in the 2021 NHL Draft. Feb. 25, 2019: Los Angeles traded D Oscar Fantenberg to Calgary for Calgary's 4th-round pick in the 2020 NHL Draft. Feb. 25, 2019: Minnesota traded RW Mikael Granlund to Nashville for LW Kevin Fiala. Feb. 25, 2019: Minnesota traded C Matt Hendricks to Winnipeg for Winnipeg's 7th-round pick in the 2020 NHL Draft. Feb. 25, 2019: Nashville traded RW Ryan Hartman and its 4th-round pick in the 2020 NHL Draft to Philadelphia for RW Wayne Simmonds. Feb. 25, 2019: New Jersey traded G Keith Kinkaid to Columbus for Columbus' 5th-round pick in the 2022 NHL Draft. Feb. 25, 2019: New Jersey traded LW Marcus Johansson to Boston for Boston's 2nd-round pick in the 2019 NHL Draft and 4th-round pick in 2020. Feb. 25, 2019: NY Rangers traded C Kevin Hayes to Winnipeg for LW Brendan Lemieux and Winnipeg’s 1st-round pick in the 2019 NHL Draft. Feb. 25, 2019: Ottawa traded RW Mark Stone and RW Tobias Lindberg to Vegas for D Erik Brannstrom, C Oscar Lindberg and Dallas' 2nd-round pick in the 2020 NHL Draft (previously acquired). Feb. 25, 2019: Pittsburgh traded LW Tanner Pearson to Vancouver for D Erik Gudbranson. Feb. 25, 2019: San Jose traded C Linus Karlsson to Vancouver for C Jonathan Dahlen. Feb. 25, 2019: Toronto traded C Par Lindholm to Winnipeg for LW Nic Petan.

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