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    2022-2023 NHL Hockey Season....

    No better time to start then now, with the NHL Trade Deadline and NHL Playoffs around the Corner.

    Here's an update on all of the NHL teams' Trade Deadline info...

    MARCH 3, 2023 AT 9:00 PM CDT | BY BRIAN LA ROSE

    While trade deadline day was largely a dud in itself, that was because so many moves were made in the days leading up to March 3rd. With that in mind, here is a recap of the trades made in the Western Conference in the ten days leading up to deadline day to show who all moved where in what was a busy trade period overall. Players and picks that were acquired and then flipped are only noted for their final destination.

    Anaheim Ducks
    Acquired: F Brock McGinn, F Nikita Nesterenko, D Chase Priskie, F Dylan Sikura, F Josiah Slavin, D Andrej Sustr, 2024 third-round pick (PIT), 2024 third-round pick (SJ), 2025 fifth-round pick (MIN)

    Traded: F Hunter Drew, F Max Golod, D John Klingberg, D Dmitry Kulikov, D Austin Strand, D Henry Thrun

    Arizona Coyotes
    Acquired: D Michael Kesselring, D Connor Mackey, F Brett Ritchie, F Jakub Voracek, Shea Weber, 2023 first-round pick (OTT), 2023 third-round pick (EDM), 2023 sixth-round pick (CBJ), 2024 second-round pick (OTT), 2025 third-round pick (NYR), 2023 fifth-round pick (VGK), 2026 third-round pick (CAR), 2026 sixth-round pick (OTT)

    Traded: F Nick Bjugstad, D Jakob Chychrun, D Cam Dineen, G Jon Gillies, D Shayne Gostisbehere, D Dysin Mayo, F Nick Ritchie, D Vili Saarijarvi, D Troy Stecher

    Calgary Flames
    Acquired: F Dryden Hunt, F Nick Ritchie, D Troy Stecher

    Traded: D Connor Mackey, F Brett Ritchie, F Radim Zohorna

    Chicago Blackhawks
    Acquired: F Joey Anderson, F Anders Bjork, F Hunter Drew, D Andreas Englund, G Anton Khudobin, F Pavel Gogolev, F Max Golod, D Vili Saarijarvi, F Austin Wagner, D Andy Welinski, D Nikita Zaitsev, 2023 second-round pick (NYR), 2023 second-round pick (OTT), 2025 first-round pick (TOR), 2025 second-round pick (DAL), 2025 fourth-round pick (NYR), 2026 second-round pick (TOR), 2026 fourth-round pick (OTT)

    Traded: F Max Domi, D Jack Johnson, F Patrick Kane, F Sam Lafferty, D Jake McCabe, F Dylan Sikura, F Josiah Slavin, G Dylan Wells, D Cooper Zech, 2024 fifth-round pick, 2025 fifth-round pick

    Colorado Avalanche
    Acquired: F Lars Eller, D Jack Johnson, G Keith Kinkaid, F Gustav Rydahl

    Traded: F Anton Blidh, F Shane Bowers, D Andreas Englund, 2025 second-round pick

    Dallas Stars
    Acquired: F Evgenii Dadonov, F Max Domi, F Scott Reedy, G Dylan Wells

    Traded: F Denis Gurianov, G Anton Khudobin, F Jacob Peterson, 2025 second-round pick

    Edmonton Oilers
    Acquired: F Nick Bjugstad, D Cam Dineen, D Mattias Ekholm, F Patrik Puistola, 2024 sixth-round pick (NSH)

    Traded: D Tyson Barrie, D Michael Kesselring, F Jesse Puljujarvi, F Reid Schaefer, 2023 first-round pick, 2023 third-round pick, 2024 fourth-round pick

    Los Angeles Kings
    Acquired: D Vladislav Gavrikov, G Joonas Korpisalo, F Zack MacEwen, G Erik Portillo, F Nate Schnarr

    Traded: D Frederic Allard, F Brendan Lemieux, G Jonathan Quick, F Austin Wagner, 2023 first-round pick, 2023 third-round pick, 2024 third-round pick, 2024 fifth-round pick

    Minnesota Wild
    Acquired: D John Klingberg, F Marcus Johansson, F Gustav Nyquist, F Oskar Sundqvist, 2023 second-round pick (VGK), 2024 fifth-round pick (BUF)

    Traded: F Jordan Greenway, F Nikita Nesterenko, D Andrej Sustr, F Andrei Svetlakov, 2023 fourth-round pick, 2024 third-round pick, 2025 fourth-round pick

    Nashville Predators
    Acquired: F Rasmus Asplund, D Tyson Barrie, D Cal Foote, F Isaac Ratcliffe, F Austin Rueschhoff, F Reid Schaefer, 2023 first-round pick (EDM), 2023 second-round pick (PIT), 2023 third-round pick (TB), 2023 fourth-round pick (TB), 2023 fifth-round pick (TB), 2024 second-round pick (TB), 2024 second-round pick (WPG), 2024 fourth-round pick (EDM), 2025 first-round pick (TB)

    Traded: D Mattias Ekholm, F Mikael Granlund, F Tanner Jeannot, F Nino Niederreiter, 2024 sixth-round pick, 2025 seventh-round pick

    San Jose Sharks
    Acquired: D Arvid Henrikson, F Andreas Johnsson, D Shakir Mukhamadullin, D Nikita Okhotyuk, D Henry Thrun, F Fabian Zetterlund, 2023 first-round pick (NJ), 2023 seventh-round pick (PIT), 2024 second-round pick (NJ), 2024 fourth-round pick (PIT), 2024 seventh-round pick (NJ), 2025 fourth-round pick (WPG),

    Traded: F Nick Bonino, G Zacharie Emond, F Michael Eyssimont, D Scott Harrington, D Santeri Hatakka, F Timur Ibragimov, F Timo Meier, D Tony Sund, 2024 third-round pick, 2024 fifth-round pick (COL), 2024 fifth-round pick

    Seattle Kraken
    No trades made

    St. Louis Blues
    Acquired: F Zach Dean, F Jakub Vrana

    Traded: F Ivan Barbashev, F Dylan McLaughlin, 2025 seventh-round pick

    Vancouver Canucks
    Acquired: F Josh Bloom, D Filip Hronek, F Vitali Kravtsov, 2023 third-round pick (TOR) 2023 fourth-round pick (DET), 2024 fourth-round pick (NJ)

    Traded: D Wyatt Kalynuk, F Curtis Lazar, F William Lockwood, D Luke Schenn, D Riley Stillman, 2023 first-round pick (NYI), 2023 second-round pick, 2026 sixth-round pick

    Vegas Golden Knights
    Acquired: F Ivan Barbashev, F Teddy Blueger, D Dysin Mayo, G Jonathan Quick

    Traded: F Zach Dean, F Peter DiLiberatore, G Michael Hutchinson, D Shea Weber, 2023 fifth-round pick, 2024 third-round pick, 2025 seventh-round pick

    Winnipeg Jets
    Acquired: F Nino Niederreiter, F Vladislav Namestnikov

    Traded: 2024 second-round pick, 2025 fourth-round pick

    While trade deadline day was largely a dud in itself, that was because so many moves were made in the days leading up to March 3rd. With that in mind, here is a recap of the trades made in the Eastern Conference in the ten days leading up to deadline day to show who all moved where in what was a busy trade period overall. Players and picks that were acquired and then flipped are only noted for their final destination.

    Boston Bruins
    Acquired: F Shane Bowers, F Tyler Bertuzzi, F Garnet Hathaway, D Dmitry Orlov, F Andrei Svetlakov

    Traded: G Keith Kinkaid, F Craig Smith, 2023 first-round pick, 2023 fifth-round pick, 2024 first-round pick, 2024 third-round pick, 2025 second-round pick, 2025 fourth-round pick

    Buffalo Sabres
    Acquired: F Jordan Greenway, D Riley Stillman, D Austin Strand, 2023 third-round pick (LA), 2025 seventh-round pick (NSH)

    Traded: F Rasmus Asplund, F Josh Bloom, F Anders Bjork, G Erik Portillo, D Chase Priskie, 2023 second-round pick (VGK), 2024 fifth-round pick

    Carolina Hurricanes
    Acquired: D Shayne Gostisbehere, F Jesse Puljujarvi

    Traded: F Patrik Puistola, 2026 third-round pick

    Columbus Blue Jackets
    Acquired: G Jon Gillies, G Michael Hutchinson, 2023 first-round pick (LA), 2023 fifth-round pick (BOS), 2024 third-round pick (LA), 2025 seventh-round pick (VGK)

    Traded: D Vladislav Gavrikov, G Joonas Korpisalo, F Gustav Nyquist, Jakub Voracek, 2023 sixth-round pick

    Detroit Red Wings
    Acquired: F Dylan McLaughlin, 2023 first-round pick (NYI), 2023 second-round pick (VAN), 2023 fourth-round pick (MIN), 2024 first-round pick (BOS), 2025 fourth-round pick (BOS), 2025 seventh-round pick (STL)

    Traded: F Tyler Bertuzzi, D Filip Hronek, F Oskar Sundqvist, F Jakub Vrana

    Florida Panthers
    No trades made

    Montreal Canadiens
    Acquired: D Frederic Allard, F Denis Gurianov, D Tony Sund, 2024 fifth-round pick (SJ)

    Traded: F Evgenii Dadonov, D Arvid Henrikson, F Nate Schnarr

    New Jersey Devils
    Acquired: G Zacharie Emond, F Timur Ibragimov, F Curtis Lazar, F Timo Meier, D Santeri Hatakka, 2024 fifth-round pick (COL)

    Traded: F Andreas Johnsson, D Shakir Mukhamadullin, D Nikita Okhotyuk, F Fabian Zetterlund, 2023 first-round pick, 2024 second-round pick, 2024 fourth-round pick, 2024 seventh-round pick

    New York Islanders
    Acquired: F Pierre Engvall

    Traded: 2024 third-round pick

    New York Rangers
    Acquired: F Anton Blidh, D Wyatt Kalynuk, F Patrick Kane, F William Lockwood, D Cooper Zech, 2026 seventh-round pick (VAN)

    Traded: F Vitali Kravtsov, F Austin Rueschhoff, F Gustav Rydahl, D Andy Welinski, 2023 second-round pick, 2025 third-round pick, 2025 fourth-round pick

    Ottawa Senators
    Acquired: F Patrick Brown, D Jakob Chychrun

    Traded: D Nikita Zaitsev, 2023 first-round pick, 2023 second-round pick, 2023 sixth-round pick, 2024 second-round pick, 2026 second-round pick, 2026 fourth-round pick

    Philadelphia Flyers
    Acquired: F Brendan Lemieux, 2023 sixth-round pick (OTT), 2024 fourth-round pick (LA)

    Traded: F Patrick Brown, F Zack MacEwen, F Isaac Ratcliffe

    Pittsburgh Penguins
    Acquired: F Nick Bonino, F Peter DiLiberatore, F Mikael Granlund, D Dmitry Kulikov, 2024 third-round pick (VGK)

    Traded: F Teddy Blueger, F Brock McGinn, 2023 second-round pick, 2023 seventh-round pick, 2024 third-round pick, 2024 fifth-round pick

    Tampa Bay Lightning
    Acquired: F Michael Eyssimont, F Tanner Jeannot

    Traded: D Cal Foote, F Vladislav Namestnikov, 2023 third-round pick, 2023 fourth-round pick, 2023 fifth-round pick, 2024 second-round pick, 2025 first-round pick

    Toronto Maple Leafs
    Acquired: D Erik Gustafsson, F Sam Lafferty, D Jake McCabe, D Luke Schenn, F Radim Zohorna, 2023 first-round pick (BOS), 2024 third-round pick (NYI), 2024 fifth-round pick (CHI), 2025 fifth-round pick (CHI)

    Traded: F Joey Anderson, F Pierre Engvall, F Pavel Gogolev, F Dryden Hunt, D Rasmus Sandin, 2023 third-round pick, 2025 first-round pick, 2026 second-round pick

    Washington Capitals
    Acquired: D Rasmus Sandin, F Craig Smith, 2024 third-round pick (BOS), 2024 third-round pick (MIN), 2025 second-round pick (BOS), 2025 second-round pick (COL)

    Traded: F Lars Eller, D Erik Gustafsson, F Garnet Hathaway, F Marcus Johansson
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    Re: 2022-2023 NHL Hockey Season....

    The Blackhawks can finally start looking forwards again.

    It will be really ugly for a while...yes, worse than it's been.
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    Re: 2022-2023 NHL Hockey Season....

    Playoffs.

    Who you rooting for?

    I'm rooting for the Stanley Cup to stay in the United States, either going to the Minnesota Wild or the Seattle Kracken.
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    Re: 2022-2023 NHL Hockey Season....

    I'm cheering for Vegas, but I'm not sure how anyone beats Boston 4 times.

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    Re: 2022-2023 NHL Hockey Season....

    Quote Originally Posted by Boston Red View Post
    I'm cheering for Vegas, but I'm not sure how anyone beats Boston 4 times.
    ...and the Boston Marathon was today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston Red View Post
    I'm cheering for Vegas, but I'm not sure how anyone beats Boston 4 times.
    The Bruins are ridiculous this season (I blame it on the four ex-BU guys). I'm pretty upbeat about the Rangers, but it's going to take something superhuman to beat Boston.
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    Re: 2022-2023 NHL Hockey Season....

    Since the Habs are in full rebuild mode, I will be gladly rooting for whomever plays Boston and Toronto. I also wouldn't mind seeing the Loseipeg Jets go on a run, same with the Rangers.

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    Re: 2022-2023 NHL Hockey Season....

    Two OT games last night, both stolen by the team that was losing the contest stats wise, especially Minnesota who spent all of OT defending their goal.

    I'd like to see Edmonton get a deep run, McDavid is a beast

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    Re: 2022-2023 NHL Hockey Season....

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
    Two OT games last night, both stolen by the team that was losing the contest stats wise, especially Minnesota who spent all of OT defending their goal.

    I'd like to see Edmonton get a deep run, McDavid is a beast
    52 Saves on 54 shots by their young goaltender.

    The Kraken or Wild have a great chance to come out of their bracket and beat Colorado.
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    Go Hurricanes mainly because I love Brind'amour as a coach and player...
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    Re: 2022-2023 NHL Hockey Season....

    That 44-1-3 record of Boston's when they score first is incredible.

    Only a great goalie and Defensive Team that gets hot in the playoffs is going to beat them.

    The Giants beat the Patriots, and it wasn't luck.

    Playoff Hockey is always about the Goalies and Defense. Bruins can be beat. The Wild can do it.
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    Re: 2022-2023 NHL Hockey Season....

    Kraken join the group of Game 1 Road Winners against the Avalanche tonight with a solid 3-1 win.

    Since Jan. 16th, the Kraken are 3rd in the NHL at penalty-killing at 87%.

    1st Playoff win in franchise history.

    Seattle blew away the old record for most points gained from inaugural season to 2nd season,...nearly 50 points more than last season. The old record was something like 32.
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    Re: 2022-2023 NHL Hockey Season....

    While the newly acquired young goaltender for the Wild was responsible for their late-season push into the playoffs, thus earning the Game 1 Start and 3-1 win over DAL, Minnesota went with the veteran Fleury tonight and it was a disaster, as Fleury gave up goals at will for the Stars in a 7-3 loss sending the series to MIN tied up at 1 each. They might keep this alternate approach, but they really should go with what got them here and stick with the young goaltender for both games in MIN, should they find themselves winning Game 3 with him in the net.
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    Re: 2022-2023 NHL Hockey Season....

    Quote Originally Posted by Kingspoint View Post
    While the newly acquired young goaltender for the Wild was responsible for their late-season push into the playoffs, thus earning the Game 1 Start and 3-1 win over DAL, Minnesota went with the veteran Fleury tonight and it was a disaster, as Fleury gave up goals at will for the Stars in a 7-3 loss sending the series to MIN tied up at 1 each. They might keep this alternate approach, but they really should go with what got them here and stick with the young goaltender for both games in MIN, should they find themselves winning Game 3 with him in the net.
    Minnesota did exactly this....going with their young goaltender who got them here, and he responded with two good games, getting the win in the first home game, but losing the 2nd, 3-2, sending the series back tied to the former Minnesota North Stars new name....Dallas.
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    Re: 2022-2023 NHL Hockey Season....

    Kraken with a 2-0 lead trying to take the first two in Colorado!!!
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