The 2021 NHL trade deadline is 3 p.m. ET Monday, but teams have already done a fair amount of dealing.
That includes Pierre-Luc Dubois heading to the Jets, with Patrik Laine and Jack Roslovic joining the Blue Jackets on Jan. 23. More recently, the Islanders traded for Devils veteran Kyle Palmieri and Travis Zajac, the Avalanche bolstered their goaltending depth with Devan Dubnyk, the Lightning boosted their Stanley Cup repeat chances by trading for defenseman David Savard, and the Bruins landed former MVP Taylor Hall from the Sabres.
Follow along here as all the moves are made around the league, from the blockbusters down to the trades involving minor league players and picks. Trades are listed chronologically, with the newest deals on top.
Oilers get: D Dmitry Kulikov
Devils get: conditional 2021 fourth-round pick
Lightning get: D Fredrik Claesson
Sharks get: G Magnus Chrona
Players to watch today
Defensemen to keep an eye on today: Dmitry Kulikov (NJD), Michael Del Zotto (CBJ) and Jamie Oleksiak (DAL).— Emily Kaplan (@emilymkaplan) April 12, 2021
As of yesterday, I heard Dallas was still undecided on whether to move Oleksiak or not, so that's a situation to watch.
Three players with term that could move today: Ducks defenseman Josh Manson (2022 UFA, $4.1M AAV); Sabres defenseman Colin Miller (2022 UFA, $3.88M AAV); Senators center Chris Tierney (2022 UFA, $3.5M AAV).— Greg Wyshynski (@wyshynski) April 12, 2021
Potential destination for Bernier
Conor Garland on the move?
There's buzz about Coyotes forward Conor Garland (25, RFA) and rightfully so, because he's quite good. His availability earlier this season was greatly overstated - more about teams calling about him than being shopped. Intrigued to see if that's changed as deadline arrives.— Greg Wyshynski (@wyshynski) April 12, 2021
Golden Knights a deadline day wild card?
The Vegas Golden Knights have been lurking on a few trades so far. They were in on Hall, in on Foligno.— Emily Kaplan (@emilymkaplan) April 12, 2021
Not sure they end up adding -they have no cap space, so it would have to be creative -but GM Kelly McCrimmon is a wildcard to watch. Vegas has acted aggressively lately.
Cap space as a trade deadline asset
Teams haven't been shy in shopping their cap space. NJD, Det and SJ have all been used as a broker to remedy cap issues to this point. The NYR have approximately $9 mil in space and are among those clubs willing to facilitate financially complex trades as well.— Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) April 12, 2021
Senators not done dealing?
#Sens may not be done. Will see how today goes. Names to watch are: Erik Gudbranson and Artem Anisimov. Maybe Ryan Dzingel but it sounds doubtful. Anything can change.— Bruce Garrioch (@SunGarrioch) April 12, 2021
Penguins get: F Jeff Carter
Kings get: conditional 2022 third-round pick, conditional 2023 fourth-round pick
Islanders get: D Braydon Coburn
Senators get: 2022 seventh-round pick
Maple Leafs get: G David Rittich
Flames get: 2022 third-round pick
Bruins get: D Mike Reilly
Senators get: 2022 third-round pick
Canadiens get: D Jon Merrill
Red Wings get: F Hayden Verbeek, 2021 fifth-round pick
Devils get: D Jonas Siegenthaler
Capitals get: 2021 conditional third-round pick
Panthers get: D Brandon Montour
Sabres get: 2021 third-round pick
Avalanche get: D Patrik Nemeth
Red Wings get: 2022 fourth-round pick
Maple Leafs get: F Riley Nash
Blue Jackets get: 2022 seventh-round pick
Senators get: F Mike Amadio
Kings get: D Christian Wolanin
Kings get: F Brendan Lemieux
Rangers get: 2021 fourth-round pick
Canadiens get: F Eric Staal
Sabres get: 2021 third-round pick, 2021 fifth-round pick
Avalanche get: G Jonas Johansson
Sabres get: 2021 sixth-round pick
Blue Jackets get: F Gregory Hoffman
Hurricanes get: 2022 seventh-round pick
Senators get: F Clark Bishop
Hurricanes get: D Max Lajoie