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2014 NHL Trade Deadline Tracker

LAKings.com will be aggregating all the reported signings throughout the 2014 NHL Trade Deadline

Tuesday, 03.04.2014 / 8:57 PM / Los Angeles Kings/
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2014 NHL Trade Deadline Tracker
LAKings.com will be aggregating all the reported signings throughout the 2014 NHL Trade Deadline


Last updated March 4 at 2:13PM PT
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TEAM Team Gets:   Team Gets: TEAM INSTANT ANALYSIS

F Dana Tyrell
D Matt Taormina

F Jonathan Marchessault
F Dalton Smith

WHAT A WAY TO END IT!

F Lee Stempniak

3rd Round Pick

His wife just gave birth to twins, and now he's heading to a team that will play in the playoffs. He's happy.

F Andre Petersson

D Alex Grant

No idea.

G Jaroslav Halak
3rd Round Pick (2015)

G Michal Neuvirth
D Rostislav Klesla

Halak never played a game in Buffo after coming over in the Miller trade. Now he's heading to a playoff team in Washington. He and Holtby will be a good 1 - 2 combo behind the Caps.

F Matt Moulson
F Cody McCormick

F Torrey Mitchell
Draft Pick TBA

Mitchell asked for a trade out of Minnesota, so he's being sent to Buffalo for Matt Moulson. Buffalo probably had a few options for Moulson but since he's a UFA that narrowed down the sutors. The wild are 25th in goals per game, and 27th in shots. Matt will look to bring those numbers up a bit.

Thomas Vanek, F
2014 conditional 5th-round pick

Sebastian Collberg, F
2014 conditional 2nd-round pick

Vanek was the most tossed around name for the last month and he finally is on the move. What did the Islanders get? Well not much... a prospect and a pick. But Vanek is a rental so has said he wants to test free agency. He's purely a rental at this point.

F David Legwand

F Patrick Eaves
F Calle Jarnkrok
3rd-Round Pick

Legwand has played his entire NHL career as a #Perd, he was drafted 2nd overall after Vinny Lecavalier. He will be missed in Smashville.

G Reto Berra

2014 2nd-round pick

The Avs bring in the Swiss rookie goaltender who may replace Jiggy who's deal expires this year.

D Raphael Diaz

5th Round Pick

Well his month in Vancouver is over. He was traded to the Canucks for Dale Weise on Feb 3rd 2014. The Swiss played very well for his home country in Sochi.

D Andrej Meszaros

2014 3rd Round Pick

Zedeno Chara's bff in Sochi is heading over to Boston. The Bruins had a gap to fill with Seidenberg and McQuaid going down to injuries.

D Nick Schultz

5th Round Pick

The "other" Schultz in Edmonton is moving on to #Lumbus. He's an NHL veteran at this point after spending many years in Minnesota; he'll provide leadership on a young Blue Jackets team.

G Tim Thomas

G Dan Ellis

Tim Thomas in Texas? Sounds about right. Now that the Panthers landed Luongo, Thomas was expendible. But don't forget this guy has a Stanley Cup under his belt.

F Marcel Goc

5th-Round Pick (2014)
3rd-Round Pick (2015)

Goc is the hits leader in Florida this year, and also knows how to win face-offs. He'll add some depth and experience to the Penguins bottom six.

F Tuomo Ruutu

F Andrei Loktionov
2017 conditional 3rd-round pick

Ruttu has 4 goals and 5 assists in 17 games, the ex-King Loktionov has 8 goals and 4 assists in 28 games. Not much of a difference.

F Marian Gaborik

F Matt Frattin
2nd Round Pick
Conditional 3rd Round Pick

The last time the Kings traded with #Lumbus at the deadline? Well you all know how that turned out. Gaborik is recovering from a collarbone injury but he's a 7 time 30+ goal scorer and exactly what the Kings need on their 28th ranked offense. Frattin has a ton of potential and will look to kick start his game on the Blue Jackets.

D Brayden McNabb
2nd Round Pick
2nd Round Pick

F Hudson Fasching
D Nicolas Deslauriers

McNabb has spent most his time in the AHL, cracking the Sabres lineup for 25 games. He's a monster; 6'5" 200lbs, he's the hard hitting stay at home defenseman the Kings were looking for. He didn't come cheap though, Fashing is a big power forward drafted by the Kings in 2013 while Deslauriers has been playing for Manchester and is often called a "wizard on the ice."

G Devan Dubnyk

Future Considerations

With Carey Price now on the IR, the Canadiens needed to fill their empty goaltender spot; they pick up Dubnyk who is 11-18-3 in 34 games this season with Edmonton and Nashville.

F Ales Hemsky

5th Round Pick (2014)
3rd Round Pick (2015)

Hemsky's name always seems to come up this time of the year and he's finally on the move. He's on the last year of his contract but maybe the Senators can pair him up with Bobby Ryan and make a late push for the playoffs?

F Martin St. Louis

F Ryan Callahan
1st Round Pick (2015)
Conditional 2nd Round Pick (2014)

Wow. St. Louis has played his last game with Stamkos. He gave the Lightning one team he would go too, and the Lightning somehow got a pretty nice package back for the small right winger with thighs of steel. The Rangers tried to sign their Captain multiple times and it just wasn't happening,

Martin Erat, F
John Mitchell, F

Rostislav Klesla, D
Chris Brown, F
2015 4th-round pick

Erat requested a trade in November, scored 2 goals in 61 games and just never seemed to fit in the Capitals system. The Capitals bring on Chris Brown who has obvious skill but they're worried about his temper...

David Rundblad, D
Mathieu Brisebois, D

2014 2nd-Round Pick

The Swede is heading to his 4th team, the Blackhawks are hoping their power orbs can upgrade his stick skills to a level 7.

Roberto Luongo, G
Steven Anthony, F

Jacob Markstrom, G
Shawn Matthias, F

LUUUUUOONNNNNNNNGOOOOOOO. Kings fans will miss that. When Luongo didn't start in the Heritage Classic you knew something was up; but now the Canucks have 2 goalies not named Luongo and Schneider? Would have never guessed. 

Andrew MacDonald, D

2014 3rd-Round Pick
2015 2nd-Round Pick

The Team USA defender is the next to be sent off the Island, and probably not the last. With Tavares our for the season the Islanders and in sell more and trying to stock up on picks and prospects.

Patrick Mullen, D

Jeff Costello, F

Costello plays for Notre Dame, Mullen plays for Utica; which described by Michael Scott of Dunder Mifflin is "Snoozeville"

Stephane Robidas, D

Conditional 2014 4th-Round Pick

He's 37, is still on IR, and his contract expires this season. It's a slight risk for the Ducks but it's a veteran presence on a young D squad. Dallas now has 9 picks in the 2014 draft.

Viktor Fasth, G

2014 5th-Round Pick
2015 3rd-Round Pick

Fasth and Scrivens in Edmonton? That might be the goalie tandem the city has been waiting years for. One can only guess the Professor will help Fasth with his English and particle fusion studies.

Ilya Bryzgalov, G

2014 4th-Round Pick

With Backstrom and Harding out for the remainder of the season, the Oilers needed a cheap goalie... so they brought in Bryz!

Dustin Penner, F

2015 4th-round pick

Penner traded? On National Pancake Day? It's either great product placement or the hockey player/DJ is heading East for the first time in his career. 

Mike Weaver, D

2015 5th-round pick

The Panthers weren’t going to resign him, so why not send him to the Habs who need a little help on the blue line.

Brandon Pirri, F

2014 3rd-round pick
2016 5th-round pick

Pirri won the AHL's scoring title and was the MVP of the All-Star game, the Panthers will look to slot him in at center; the Blackhawks get some lower level draft picks for the future. 

Eric Selleck, F

Mark Mancari, F

The 26-year-old Selleck (probably related to Tom) is known for his fists more than his skillz. Minor league swap, maybe the Blues will look for his toughness in the playoffs?

Ryan Miller, G
Steve Ott, F

Jaroslav Halak, G
Chris Stewart, F
William Carrier, F
2015 1st-round pick
2016 cond. 3rd-round pick

The hammer has fallen. Team USA's backup goalie has finally left Buffalo as all had predicted, and for some reason Steve Ott came with him. The Blues hope this trade is the last piece they will need to finally beat the Kings in the playoff’s. Buffalo gets a good goalie in Halak (they have almost exactly the same stats), a tough guy goal scorer in Stewart, and some picks. Not bad.