NHL Trade Deadline: Gaborik, Pominville Headline Busy Day

Here are the trades that were made before the deadline on Wednesday:

The Columbus Blue Jackets acquire forward Marian Gaborik from the New York Rangers for forwards forwards Derek Dorsett and Derick Brassard, defenseman John Moore and a sixth round pick in 2013.

The Minnesota Wild acquire forward Jason Pominville from the Buffalo Sabres for goalie Matt Hackett, forward Johan Larsson, a first round pick in 2013 and a second round pick in 2014.

The Ottawa Senators acquire forward Cory Conacher and a fourth round pick in 2013 from the Tampa Bay Lightning for goalie Ben Bishop.

The Nashville Predators acquired forward Filip Forsberg from the Washington Capitals for Martin Erat and Michael Latta.

The New Jersey Devils acquire forward Steve Sullivan from the Phoenix Coyotes for a seventh round pick in 2013.

The Anaheim Ducks acquire forward Matthew Lombardi from the Phoenix Coyotes for forward Brandon McMillan.

The Minnesota Wild acquired goalie Jeff Deslauriers from the Anaheim Ducks for future considerations.

The Toronto Maple Leafs acquire defenseman Ryan O’Byrne from the Colorado Avalanche for a fourth round pick in 2014.

The Pittsburgh Penguins acquire forward Jussi Jokinen from the Carolina Hurricanes for a conditional 6th/7th round pick in 2013.

The San Jose Sharks acquire forward Raffi Torres from the Phoenix Coyotes for a 3rd round pick in 2013.

The Boston Bruins acquired defenseman Wade Redden from the St. Louis Blues for a seventh round draft pick.

The San Jose Sharks acquire defenseman Scott Hannan from the Nashville Predators for a conditional seventh round pick in 2013.

The Edmonton Oilers acquire forward Jerred Smithson from the Florida Panthers for a fourth round pick in 2013.

The Philadelphia Flyers acquire goalie Steve Mason from the Columbus Blue Jackets for goalie Michael Leighton and a third round pick in 2013.

The Columbus Blue Jackets acquire forward Blake Comeau from the Calgary Flames for a fifth round pick in 2013.

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7 Responses to NHL Trade Deadline: Gaborik, Pominville Headline Busy Day

  1. RyanDale says:

    my fault guys, thought the above was listed as a one for one trade???

  2. IceHogst says:

    I see Ryan O’Byrne will be separating shoulders in the Eastern Conference now.

    SB has spoken- 2C is in Rockford. The Cap must be the culprit. If Hawks can get another Brandon Saad for cheap then Toews and Kane will be easier to sign. That’s the future though. Time will tell if a Cup was the cost.

  3. Dave says:

    Other than getting Handzuis the other day, Hawks did nothing. and I am fine with that.

  4. Mike says:

    Minnesota makes another big and good move. Not quite sure I understand what the CBJ are doing……..or was this proposed by the NYR to add depth?

    I guess we will see how far our Hawks go. They have enough to get to the finals but a lot bounces are gonna have to go there way…..including NO injuries.

  5. EbonyRaptor says:

    I really only care how well the Western Conference contenders did and there is only one that definitely has me worried and two that might end up making a difference. The first is Pominville, I think he turns out to be a big pick up for the Wild who have really been coming on the last few weeks. The other two, Lombardi for Anaheim and Regehr for LA might make them a little better but I doubt either will be difference makers.

    Gaborik may still be a great player, but how does he mesh with the style Columbus plays? I think Nashville made a nice trade picking up Forsberg for Erat, but that seems more like a good move for the future than help this year. San Jose picking up Torres … oooo kay. Torres can play a bit but I just can’t see him making a big difference.

    Bottom line – I don’t think any team improved themselves to be better than the Hawks.

  6. EbonyRaptor says:

    Part Two:

    Then there are the trades that weren’t make. I don’t know how many of the rumors had any basis in fact, but rumors about Stalberg, Bolland and Leddy possibly being traded off the roster and rumors of Teravainen and a few other prospects included in trade packages. I’m please none of the roster players got traded as they all play vital roles in the success of this team. As for the prospects, who knows what they will become, but the TDL is the worse time to get the best value from prospects. If they are to be used as trade chips, it’s better to spend those chips at the draft or in the off season.

  7. RyanDale says:

    StL D is first rate. I would beware the Blues come playoffs

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