There Were Trades A Plenty On Deadline Day

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A recap of yesterday's NHL Trade Deadline

Submitted: February 27, 2018

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Submitted: February 27, 2018




You don't know how the National Hockey League's trade deadline day is going to pan out year after year.

Some years, it is disappointing.

Not enough trades happen.

Then you get a day such as yesterday where there were trades galore.

Quite a few notable players found new homes yesterday.

There were two notable players that are staying put for now.

Ottawa Sentator's Erik Karlsson and Montreal Canadien's Max Pacioretty were not traded yesterday.

Here is a summary of the trades that went down yesterday in the NHL:

- The Tampa Bay Lightning acquired Ryan McDonagh, J.T. Miller from the New York Rangers for Vladislav Namesinikov, Libor Hajek, Brett Howden, a 2018 first round draft pick, and a 2019 conditional first round pick.

- The Vegas Golden Knight's acquired Tomas Tartar from the Detroit Red Wings for a 2018 first round draft pick, a 2019 second round pick and a 2121 third round pick.

- San Jose acquired Evander Kane from the Buffalo Sabres for a 2019 conditional first round draft pick, a 2019 fourth round draft pick, and Dan O'Regan.

- Columbus Blue Jackets acquired Thomas Vanek from the Vancouver Canucks for Tyler  Motte and Jussi Jokinen.

- New Jersey Devils acquired Patrick Maroon from the Edmonton Oilers for a 2019 third round draft pick and Joey Dudek.

- The Anaheim Ducks acquired Jason Chimera from the New York Islanders for Chris Wagner.

- Winnipeg Jets acquired Paul Stastny from the St. Louis Blues for a 2018 first round draft pick and the rights to Erik Foley.


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