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Once the NHL games resumed following the Winter Olympic break the Bruins came out of the gate sluggish and lost their first two games.
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When the NHL announced its realignment plan nearly a year ago, Columbus Blue Jackets president John Davidson was quoted on NHL.com as saying: Geographically, a lot of the NHL's realignment made sense, but when it came to the new playoff format, not only did it not appear make common sense, it hardly made any sense at all.
It's the quintessential question that every NHL team is asking right now: Did we improve enough at the deadline to achieve our goals? For the Pittsburgh Penguins , the finish line is where it has been since the third year of Sidney Crosby 's career - winning the Stanley Cup.
Yesterday, the Toronto Maple Leafs let the NHL Trade Deadline come and go without making a deal.
During what is always the league's most frenetic time of the season, 38 players, 23 draft picks and $93 million changed hands in 20 deals before Wednesday's trade deadline.
CSNNE's Joe Haggerty would've liked to have seen the Bruins do a little more at the deadline than acquiring Andrej Meszaros and some nobody off waivers.
It came down to the wire, but New York Islander GM Garth Snow was about to unload Thomas Vanek.
Martin St. Louis told Tampa Bay Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman more than once he wanted to play for another team.
The St. John's IceCaps emerged unscathed on Wednesday, NHL trade deadline day, as the parent Winnipeg Jets didn't make any moves, but that doesn't necessarily mean the IceCaps won't lose a player off their roster in the near future.
After rejecting a 4-year, $16 million contract offer earlier this season, it was only a matter of time before Islanders general manager Garth Snow would find MacDonald a new home.
Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin was the big winner of NHL trade deadline day when he snatched up sniper Thomas Vanek.
It was a question worth asking as the NHL trade deadline came and went without so much as a Maple Leaf murmur on Wednesday.
The Los Angeles Kings have struggled to score goals all season, and few NHL players do it better than a healthy, hungry Marian Gaborik.
The 2014 NHL trade deadline is March 5, and the excitement surrounding the rumored deals has fans across the league anticipating the possible moves.
If Martin Brodeur has given the Devils a list of teams he'll go to in a trade, as TSN's Darren Dreger reported on Twitter, which teams are they? One probably was the Minnesota Wild, who opted instead for a trade with the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday for another veteran goalie, Ilya Bryzgalov.
The NHL trade deadline is at 3 p.m. ET today, and the USA TODAY Sports hockey desk will provide updates and analysis throughout the day.
The Lightning announced St. Louis was dealt to the New York Rangers today for Rangers captain Ryan Callahan, and first-round pick in 2015 and a conditional second-round pick in 2014.