List of all NHL trade deadline deals

Here is a rundown of all of the 31 trades from today:

To
Canadians
F-Aaron Palushaj To Blues F-Matt D’Agostini
To Coyotes  Derek Morris To Bruins 4th-Round Pick (2011)
To Devils Martin Skoula To Maple Leafs 5th-Round Pick (2010)
To Red Wings Riley Armstrong To Flames Andy Delmore
To Bruins Dennis Seidenberg, Matthew
Batkowski
To Panthers Craig Weller, Byron Blitz,
2nd-Round Pick (2010)
To Ducks Aaron Ward To Hurricanes  Justin Pogge, 4th-Round Pick
(2010 or 2011)
To Capitals Scott Walker To Hurricanes  7th-Round Pick (2010)
To Canucks Yan Stastny To Blues Pierre-Cedric Labrie
To Coyotes  Wojtek Wolski To Avalanche Peter Mueller, Kevin Porter
To Red Wings Jordan Owens To Rangers Kris Newbury
To Coyotes  Mathieu Schneider To Canucks Sean Zimmerman, Cond 6th-Round
Pick (2010)
To Kings Jeff Halpern To Lightning Teddy Purcell, 3rd-Round Pick
(2010)
To Capitals Eric Belanger To Wild 2nd-Round Pick (2010)
To Ducks Curtic McElhinney To Flames Vesa Toskala
To Sabres Raffi Torres To Blue Jackets Nathan Paetsch, 2nd-Round Pick
(2010)
To Thrashers Clarke McArthur To Sabres 3rd-Round Pick (2010), 4th-Round
Pick (2010)
To Capitals Milan Jurcina To Blue Jackets 6th-Round Pick (2010)
To Coyotes  Lee Stempniak To Maple Leafs Matt Jones, 4th-Round Pick
(2010), 7th-Round Pick (2010)
To Capitals Joe Corvo To Hurricanes  Brian Pothier, Oskar Osala,
2nd-Round Pick (2011)
To Kings Fredrik Modin To Blue Jackets Conditional Pick
To Ducks Joey MacDonald To Maple Leafs 7th-Round Pick (2011)
To Canucks Andrew Alberts To Hurricanes  3rd-Round Pick (2010)
To Panthers Mathieu Roy To Blue Jackets Matt Rust
To Ducks Lubomir Visnovsky To Oilers Ryan Whitney, 6th-Round Pick
(2010)
To Maple Leafs Chris Peluso To Penguins 6th-Round Pick (2010)
To Predators Dustin Boyd To Flames 4th-Round Pick (2010)
To Flames Steve Staios To Oilers Aaron Johnson, 3rd-Round Pick
(2010 or 2011)
To Avalanche Stephane Yelle, Harrison Reed To Hurricanes  Cedric Lalonde-McNicoll,
6th-Round Pick (2010)
To Coyotes  Alexandre Picard To Blue Jackets Chad Kolarik
To Rangers Anders Eriksson To Coyotes Miika Wiikman, 7th-Round Pick
(2011)
To Coyotes  Petteri Nokelainen To Ducks 6th-Round Pick (TBD)

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    BREAKING: Carey Price’s composure

    ANAHEIM, CA - NOVEMBER 29:  Carey Price #31 of the Montreal Canadiens looks on during the third period of a game against the Anaheim Ducks at Honda Center on November 29, 2016 in Anaheim, California.  (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)
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    Even the best goalie in the world – one who makes it look easy – can lose his cool sometimes.

    (Heck, that used to be the domain of Patrick Roy, right?)

    It was quite the sight on Thursday nonetheless: Carey Price absolutely lost his cool and went after Kyle Palmieri during the Montreal Canadiens’ game against the New Jersey Devils. You can watch that spectacle in the video above.

    Palmieri received an interference penalty while Price received a roughing double-minor. Apparently fits of Price anger are rare:

    By Hockey Reference’s numbers, Price has accrued 39 penalty minutes in 465 career regular season games and eight in 54 playoff contests before tonight’s outburst.

    Video: John Tavares exhibits all-out-effort on this goal

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    Sometimes it feels like John Tavares is alone on an island. Even during such grimmer times, there are moments where it seems like he can do it all by himself, anyway.

    The New York Islanders have been quietly getting it back together lately (4-0-1 in their last five games), with Tavares averaging a point per contest during that span. Still, he’s obviously been getting some help lately.

    If you want an “all by himself” moment, look no further than the goal above, where he just out-efforts everyone. It’s an unusual sight, although especially jaded people may just come to expect this type of thing from Tavares. He’s that great.

    Niskanen will miss at least one game from that Bergeron hit

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    However you feel about the hit Patrice Bergeron delivered on Matt Niskanen, the bottom line is that the Washington Capitals defenseman is hurt.

    The Capitals consider the valuable blueliner day-to-day with an upper-body injury and noted that he won’t travel to Buffalo for Friday’s game against the Sabres.

    That only tells us so much, as the Capitals will face the Vancouver Canucks at home in their next game after that on Sunday. If that’s all he ends up missing, that wouldn’t be too huge of an issue. CSN Mid-Atlantic notes that he’s played in every game (all 189) since joining the Capitals, so he’s been healthy so far in his stay with Washington.

    Washington called up defenseman Aaron Ness to help give them some depth.

    As you may recall, Bergeron received a two-minute boarding minor for the check in question.

    Bruised Blackhawks will be without Seabrook, Toews vs. Rangers

    CHICAGO, IL - FEBRUARY 13: Brent Seabrook #7 and Jonathan Toews #19 of the Chicago Blackhawks
celebrate a second period goal by Seabrook against the Anaheim Ducks at the United Center on February 13, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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    Scott Darling isn’t the only member of the Chicago Blackhawks who will be asked to step up with key players out of the lineup.

    The Blackhawks have already ruled out Brent Seabrook and Jonathan Toews for Friday’s game against the New York Rangers, as CSN Chicago notes.

    This will mark the eighth consecutive game Toews is missing, although the bright side is that Joel Quenneville didn’t dismiss the possibility of Chicago’s captain playing on Sunday.

    Seabrook is considered day-to-day after being shaken up by this awkward spill from Wednesday:

    A few days ago, Patrick Kane called upon others to step up with Toews out. That message can now apply to Chicago’s defensemen with Seabrook banged up.