NHL trade deadline

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The National Hockey League (NHL) trade deadline is a date and time set by the NHL league office after which any player acquired by a team is ineligible to participate in the Stanley Cup playoffs. The deadline for the 2013–14 NHL season is set for March 5, 2014, at 3 pm EST.[1]

The NHL trade deadline, and the weeks prior to it, usually brings a flurry of activity for many teams. Teams that are either making a final push to secure a playoff spot or hoping to go deep into the playoffs attempt to trade to acquire key veterans or proven scorers in order to solidify their rosters. Conversely, teams that are rebuilding with younger players will want to trade away their more expensive players in order to "dump" (reduce) salary and get draft picks/prospects in return. Also, players who are about to become unrestricted free agents and have indicated that they do not intend to return to their current teams may be traded away so that those teams will get something in return, instead of seeing such players sign with another team while their former teams receive nothing.

The NHL trade deadline also generates a great deal of talk among hockey fans and analysts, with much speculation and discussion about which players will get traded and where they will go. In Canada, the NHL trade deadline is treated with such significance that the two major sports networks TSN and Sportsnet devote much of the day to speculation and coverage of trades.

Though popular focus is on general managers and the deals they do and do not make, it is business as usual for the rest of the team, with regularly scheduled games and practices taking place.

2012–13 NHL season[edit]

Here are some major transactions that took place on and leading up to the 2012–13 trade deadline (April 3, 2013). For a complete list, see 2012–13 NHL transactions.

  • March 25, 2013: The Pittsburgh Penguins acquired Douglas Murray from the San Jose Sharks for a 2013 2nd round draft pick and a conditional 2014 2nd round draft pick.
  • April 1, 2013: The Los Angeles Kings acquired Robyn Regehr from the Buffalo Sabres for a 2014 2nd round draft pick and a 2015 2nd round draft pick.
  • April 2, 2013: The New York Rangers acquired Ryane Clowe from the San Jose Sharks for a 2013 2nd round draft pick, 2013 3rd round draft pick and a conditional 2014 2nd round draft pick.
  • April 3, 2013: The Pittsburgh Penguins acquired Jussi Jokinen from the Carolina Hurricanes for a conditional 2013 7th round draft pick. Carolina retained some of Jokinen's salary and cap hit in this trade.
  • April 3, 2013: The Columbus Blue Jackets acquired Blake Comeau from the Calgary Flames for a 2013 5th round draft pick.
  • April 3, 2013: The Boston Bruins acquired Wade Redden from the St. Louis Blues for a conditional 2014 7th round draft pick.
  • April 3, 2013: The New Jersey Devils acquired Steve Sullivan from the Phoenix Coyotes for a 2014 7th round draft pick.
  • April 3, 2013: The Minnesota Wild acquired Jeff Deslauriers from the Anaheim Ducks for future considerations.

2011–12 NHL season[edit]

The trade deadline was Monday February 27, 2012.

2010–11 NHL season[edit]

The trade deadline was Monday February 28, 2011.

2009–10 NHL season[edit]

The NHL trade deadline was on March 3, 2010.

2008–09 NHL season[edit]

A list of trades that took place on the trade deadline, March 4, 2009, are as follows. For a complete list, see 2008–09 NHL transactions:

2007–08 NHL season[edit]

Here are some major transactions that took place on the trade deadline of the 2007–08 season (February 26, 2008). For a complete list, see 2007–08 NHL transactions.

2006–07 NHL season[edit]

Here are some major transactions that took place on the trade deadline of the 2006–07 season (February 27, 2007). For a complete list, see 2006–07 NHL transactions.

2005–06 NHL season[edit]

Here are some major transactions that took place on the trade deadline of the 2005–06 season (March 9, 2006). For a complete list, see 2005–06 NHL transactions.

2003–04 NHL season[edit]

Trade deadline: March 9, 2004.[4]

2002–03 NHL season[edit]

Here are some major transactions that took place on the trade deadline of the 2002–03 season (March 11, 2003). For a complete list, see 2002–03 NHL transactions.

2001–02 NHL season[edit]

Trading deadline: March 19, 2002.[4]

2000–01 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: March 13, 2001[4]
  • March 13, 2001: Anaheim traded D Jason Marshall to Washington for D Alexei Tezikov and Edmonton's fourth-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft (previously acquired by Washington).
  • March 13, 2001: Atlanta traded RW Donald Audette to Buffalo for the rights to C Kamil Piros and Buffalo's fourth-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft.
  • March 13, 2001: Calgary traded LW Cory Stillman to St. Louis for C Craig Conroy and St. Louis’ seventh-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft.
  • March 13, 2001: Chicago traded C Dean McAmmond to Philadelphia for Philadelphia's third-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft.
  • March 13, 2001: Columbus traded D Frantisek Kucera to Pittsburgh for Pittsburgh’s sixth-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft.
  • March 13, 2001: Columbus traded C Kevyn Adams and a conditional pick in the 2001 or 2002 Entry Draft to Florida for LW Ray Whitney.
  • March 13, 2001: Columbus traded RW Steve Heinze to Buffalo for Buffalo's third-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft.
  • March 13, 2001: Edmonton traded LW Dan LaCouture to Pittsburgh for D Sven Butenschon.
  • March 13, 2001: Florida traded D Todd Simpson to Phoenix for a second-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft.
  • March 13, 2001: Florida traded C Mike Sillinger to Ottawa for the return of a conditional pick in the 2001 or 2002 Entry Draft. The pick had been acquired from Florida in a previous transaction.
  • March 13, 2001: Los Angeles traded D Aki Berg to Toronto for C Adam Mair and Toronto’s second-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft.
  • March 13, 2001: Minnesota traded D Curtis Leschyshyn to Ottawa for Ottawa's third-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft and a conditional pick in the 2002 Entry Draft.
  • March 13, 2001: Ottawa traded C John Emmons to Tampa Bay for D Craig Millar.
  • March 13, 2001: Philadelphia traded D Dean Melanson to Washington for C Matthew Herr.
  • March 13, 2001: Tampa Bay traded D Grant Ledyard to Dallas for Dallas’ seventh-round pick in the 2001 Entry Draft.
  • March 13, 2001- Montreal Canadiens traded C Trevor Linden, RW Dainius Zubrus and New Jersey's second-round pick in the 2001 Draft (previously acquired by Montreal, Tampa Bay Lightning selected Andreas Holmqvist with this pick) to Washington Capitals for LW Richard Zednik, C Jan Bulis and Washington's first-round pick in the 2001 Draft (Alexander Perezhogin).
  • March 13, 2001- Phoenix Coyotes traded LW Keith Tkachuk to St. Louis Blues for C Michal Handzus, C Ladislav Nagy, the rights to C Jeff Taffe and a first-round pick in the 2001 or 2002 Entry Draft (The Coyotes selected Ben Eager in the 2002 Entry Draft).
  • March 12, 2001 - Pittsburgh Penguins obtain G Johan Hedberg and D Bobby Dollas from San Jose Sharks for D Jeff Norton.
  • March 5, 2001- San Jose Sharks obtains RW Teemu Selänne from the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim for LW Jeff Friesen, G Steve Shields and San Jose's second-round choice (later traded to Dallas, Dallas selected Vojtech Polak) in 2003 NHL Entry Draft.

1999–2000 NHL season[edit]

Trading deadline: March 14, 2000.[4]

1998–99 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: March 23, 1999[4]
  • March 23, 1999: Nashville traded RW Blair Atcheynum to St. Louis for a sixth-round pick in the 2000 Entry Draft.
  • March 23, 1999: Calgary traded D Chris O’Sullivan to NY Rangers for D Lee Sorochan.
  • March 23, 1999: Detroit traded G Kevin Hodson and San Jose’s second-round pick in the 1999 Entry Draft (previously acquired) to Tampa Bay for LW Wendel Clark and Detroit’s sixth-round pick in the 1999 Entry Draft (previously acquired).
  • March 23, 1999: Washington traded C Dale Hunter and a third-round pick in the 2000 Entry Draft to Colorado for a second-round pick in the 1999 or 2000 Entry Draft.
  • March 23, 1999: Calgary traded RW Greg Pankewicz to San Jose for future considerations.
  • March 23, 1999: Los Angeles traded C Yanic Perreault to Toronto for C Jason Podollan and a third-round pick in the 1999 Entry Draft.
  • March 23, 1999: Edmonton traded RW Kevin Brown to NY Rangers for LW Vladimir Vorobiev.
  • March 23, 1999: Tampa Bay traded G Bill Ranford to Detroit for a conditional draft pick.
  • March 23, 1999 - Detroit Red Wings obtain Chris Chelios from the Chicago Blackhawks for 1999 and 2001 first-round draft picks (Steve McCarthy and Adam Munro)
  • March 23, 1999 - Buffalo Sabres obtained a fifth-round pick G (Ryan Miller) and D Rhett Warrener from Florida Panthers for D Mike Wilson
  • March 23, 1999: Montreal traded C Vincent Damphousse to San Jose for a fifth-round pick in the 1999 Entry Draft and a conditional draft pick or picks in the 2000 Entry Draft.
  • March 23, 1999: Vancouver traded C Peter Zezel to Anaheim for future considerations. Zezel elected to retire rather than report.
  • March 23, 1999: Los Angeles traded D Steve Duchesne to Philadelphia for D David Babych and a fifth-round pick in the 2000 Entry Draft.
  • March 23, 1999: NY Rangers trade D Stan Neckar to Phoenix for D Jason Doig and a sixth-round pick in the 1999 Entry Draft.
  • March 23, 1999: NY Rangers trade D Ulf Samuelsson to Detroit for a second-round pick in the 1999 Entry Draft and a third-round pick in the 2000 Entry Draft.
  • March 23, 1999: Toronto traded D Jason Smith to Edmonton for a fourth-round pick in the 1999 Entry Draft and a second-round pick in the 2000 Entry Draft.
  • March 23, 1999: Buffalo traded C Derek Plante to Dallas for a second-round pick in the 1999 Entry Draft.
  • March 23, 1999: Washington traded LW Craig Berube to Philadelphia for future considerations.
  • March 23, 1999: Tampa Bay traded D Sami Helenius to Colorado for a conditional draft pick.
  • March 23, 1999: Phoenix traded C J. F. Jomphe to Montreal for future considerations.
  • March 23, 1999: Chicago traded RW Nelson Emerson to Ottawa for RW Chris Murray.

1997–98 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: March 24, 1998[4]
  • March 24, 1998: D David Babych traded from Vancouver to Philadelphia for Philadelphia’s third-round pick in 1998 Entry Draft. Vancouver also returns the conditional pick previously acquired from Philadelphia in the Mike Sillinger trade dated Feb. 5, 1998.
  • March 24, 1998: D Dmitri Mironov traded from Anaheim to Detroit for D Jamie Pushor and Detroit’s fourth-round pick in 1998 Entry Draft.
  • March 24, 1998: G Kirk McLean traded from Carolina to Florida for RW Ray Sheppard.
  • March 24, 1998: D Jeff Brown traded from Toronto to Washington for D Sylvain Cote.
  • March 24, 1998: RW Jason Dawe traded from Buffalo to NY Islanders for D Jason Holland and LW Paul Kruse.
  • March 24, 1998: D Dan McGillis and Edmonton’s second-round pick in 1998 Entry Draft traded from Edmonton to Philadelphia for D Janne Niinimaa.
  • March 24, 1998: C Mark Janssens traded from NY Islanders to Phoenix for Phoenix’s ninth-round pick in 1998 Entry Draft.
  • March 24, 1998: LW Warren Rychel and a conditional pick in 1999 Entry Draft traded from Anaheim to Colorado for C Josef Marha.
  • March 24, 1998: C Sean Pronger traded from Anaheim to Pittsburgh for the rights to G Patrick Lalime.
  • March 24, 1998: D Todd Gill traded from San Jose to St. Louis for RW Joe Murphy.
  • March 24, 1998: RW Andrei Nazarov and future considerations traded from San Jose to Tampa Bay for D Bryan Marchment, D David Shaw and a conditional exchange of first-round picks in 1998 Entry Draft.
  • March 24, 1998: C Mike Eastwood traded from NY Rangers to St. Louis for C Harry York.
  • March 24, 1998: RW Mike Kennedy traded from Toronto to Dallas for Dallas’ eighth-round pick in 1998 Entry Draft.
  • March 24, 1998: RW Sandy McCarthy, Calgary’s third-round pick in 1998 Entry Draft and a fifth-round pick in 1998 Entry Draft traded from Calgary to Tampa Bay for LW Jason Wiemer.
  • March 24, 1998: RW Todd Harvey, LW Bob Errey and a fourth-round pick in 1998 Entry Draft traded from Dallas to NY Rangers for C Brian Skrudland, RW Mike Keane and a conditional pick in either the 1998 or 1999 Entry Draft.
  • March 24, 1998: RW Tom Fitzgerald traded from Florida to Colorado for the rights to LW Mark Parrish and Anaheim’s third-round pick in 1998 Entry Draft (previously acquired).
  • March 24, 1998: D Rich Brennan traded from San Jose to NY Rangers for G Jason Muzzatti.
  • March 24, 1998: D Ryan Risidore traded from Chicago to NY Rangers for RW Ryan Vandenbussche.
  • March 24, 1998: D Jamie Macoun traded from Toronto to Detroit for Tampa Bay’s fourth-round pick in 1998 Entry Draft (previously acquired).

1996–97 NHL season[edit]

1995–96 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: March 20, 1996[4]
  • March 20, 1996: C Jesse Belanger traded from Florida to Vancouver for Vancouver's third-round pick in 1996 Entry Draft and future considerations.
  • March 20, 1996: LW Ken Baumgartner traded from Toronto to Anaheim for Winnipeg's fourth-round pick in 1996 Entry Draft (previously acquired).
  • March 20, 1996: D J-J Daigneault traded from St. Louis to Pittsburgh for Pittsburgh's sixth-round pick in 1996 Entry Draft.
  • March 20, 1996: LW Kevin Miller traded from San Jose to Pittsburgh for Pittsburgh's fifth-round choice in 1996 Entry Draft and future considerations.
  • March 20, 1996: LW Pat Conacher and Calgary's sixth-round pick in 1997 Entry Draft traded from Calgary to NY Islanders for C Bob Sweeney.
  • March 20, 1996: RW Kirk Maltby traded from Edmonton to Detroit for D Dan McGillis.
  • March 20, 1996: D Jaroslav Modry and Ottawa's eighth-round pick in 1996 Entry Draft traded from Ottawa to Los Angeles for RW Kevin Brown.
  • March 20, 1996: LW Patrick Poulin, D Igor Ulanov and Chicago's second-round pick in 1996 Entry Draft traded from Chicago to Tampa Bay for D Enrico Ciccone and Tampa Bay's second-round pick in 1996 Entry Draft.
  • March 20, 1996: LW Yuri Khmylev and Buffalo's eighth-round pick in 1996 Entry Draft traded from Buffalo to St. Louis for D Jean-Luc Grand Pierre, Ottawa's second-round pick in 1996 Entry Draft (previously acquired) and St. Louis' third-round pick in 1997 Entry Draft.
  • March 20, 1996: C Dave Hannan traded from Buffalo to Colorado for Colorado's sixth-round pick in 1996 Entry Draft.
  • March 20, 1996: RW Alek Stojanov traded from Vancouver to Pittsburgh for RW Markus Naslund.
  • March 20, 1996: RW Ravil Gusmanov traded from Winnipeg to Chicago for Chicago's fourth-round pick in 1996 Entry Draft.
  • March 20, 1996: RW Joe Kocur traded from NY Rangers to Vancouver for G Kay Whitmore.

1994–95 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: April 7, 1995[4]
  • April 7, 1995: D Petr Svoboda traded from Buffalo to Philadelphia for D Garry Galley.
  • April 7, 1995: C Troy Murray and D Norm Maciver traded from Ottawa to Pittsburgh for RW Martin Straka.
  • April 7, 1995: D Gord Kruppke traded from Toronto to Detroit for other considerations.
  • April 7, 1995: RW Russ Courtnall traded from Dallas to Vancouver for LW Greg Adams and RW Dan Kesa and Vancouver's fifth-round pick in 1995 Entry Draft.
  • April 7, 1995: G Corey Hirsch traded from New York Rangers to Vancouver for C Nathan Lafayette.
  • April 7, 1995: D Gerald Diduck traded from Vancouver to Chicago for RW Bogdan Savenko and Hartford's third-round pick in 1995 Entry Draft (previously acquired).
  • April 7, 1995: G Rick Tabaracci traded from Washington to Calgary for a conditional fifth-round draft pick.
  • April 7, 1995: LW Gaetan Duchesne traded from San Jose to Florida for Florida's sixth-round pick in 1995 Entry Draft.
  • April 7, 1995: G Craig Billington traded from Ottawa to Boston for other considerations.
  • April 7, 1995: LW Bill Huard traded from Ottawa to Quebec for D Mika Stromberg and Quebec's fourth-round pick in 1995 Entry Draft.
  • April 7, 1995: D Daniel Laperriere and St. Louis' ninth-round pick in 1995 Entry Draft traded from St. Louis to Ottawa for Ottawa's ninth-round pick in 1995 Entry Draft.
  • April 7, 1995: RW Roman Oksiuta traded from Edmonton to Vancouver for D Jiri Slegr.
  • April 7, 1995: LW Alan May traded from Dallas to Calgary for Calgary's eighth-round pick in 1995 Entry Draft.
  • April 7, 1995: C Mike Eastwood and Toronto's third-round pick in 1995 Entry Draft traded from Toronto to Winnipeg for RW Tie Domi.
  • April 7, 1995: D Grant Jennings traded from Pittsburgh to Toronto for D Drake Berehowsky.
  • April 7, 1995: D Igor Ulanov and C Mike Eagles traded from Winnipeg to Washington for Washington's third- and fifth-round draft picks in 1995 Entry Draft.
  • April 7, 1995: LW Scott Pearson traded from Edmonton to Buffalo for D Ken Sutton.
  • April 7, 1995: D Greg Brown traded from Pittsburgh to Winnipeg for a conditional eighth-round draft pick in 1996 Entry Draft.
  • April 7, 1995: C Ed Olczyk traded from NY Rangers to Winnipeg for Winnipeg's fifth-round pick in 1995 Entry Draft.
  • April 5, 1995 - Montreal Canadiens obtain Pierre Turgeon and Vladimir Malakhov from the New York Islanders for Kirk Muller, Mathieu Schneider and Craig Darby.

1993–94 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: March 21, 1994[4]
  • March 19, 1994: Donald Dufresne traded from Tampa Bay to Los Angeles for Los Angeles's sixth-round pick in 1994 Entry Draft.
  • March 19, 1994: Jeff Daniels traded from Pittsburgh to Florida for Greg Hawgood.
  • March 19, 1994: Doug Zmolek and Mike Lalor traded from San Jose to Dallas for Ulf Dahlen.
  • March 21, 1994: Joe Juneau traded from Boston to Washington for Al Iafrate.
  • March 21, 1994: Craig Janney traded from Vancouver to St. Louis for Jeff Brown, Bret Hedican and Nathan Lafayette.
  • March 21, 1994: Jim Johnson traded from Dallas to Washington for Alan May and Washington's seventh-round pick in 1995 Entry Draft.
  • March 21, 1994: Joe Reekie traded from Tampa Bay to Washington for Enrico Ciccone and Washington's third-round pick in 1994 Entry Draft and a conditional draft pick.
  • March 21, 1994: Steve Konroyd traded from Detroit to Ottawa for Daniel Berthiaume.
  • March 21, 1994: Phil Bourque traded from NY Rangers to Ottawa for future considerations.
  • March 21, 1994: Tony Amonte and the rights to Matt Oates traded from NY Rangers to Chicago for Stephane Matteau and Brian Noonan.
  • March 21, 1994: Peter Andersson traded from NY Rangers to Florida for future considerations.
  • March 21, 1994: Robert Dirk traded from Vancouver to Chicago for Chicago's fourth-round pick in 1994 Entry Draft.
  • March 21, 1994: Mike Gartner traded from NY Rangers to Toronto for Glenn Anderson, the rights to Scott Malone and Toronto's fourth-round pick in 1994 Entry Draft.
  • March 21, 1994: Craig MacTavish traded from Edmonton to NY Rangers for Todd Marchant.
  • March 21, 1994: Paul Ysebaert traded from Winnipeg to Chicago for Chicago's third-round pick in 1995 Entry Draft.
  • March 21, 1994: Alexei Kasatonov traded from Anaheim to St. Louis for Maxim Bets and St. Louis's sixth-round pick in 1995 Entry Draft.
  • March 21, 1994: Mike Needham traded from Pittsburgh to Dallas for Jim McKenzie.
  • March 21, 1994: Kevin Todd traded from Chicago to Los Angeles for Los Angeles's fourth-round pick in 1994 Entry Draft.
  • March 21, 1994: Pelle Eklund traded from Philadelphia to Dallas for future considerations.
  • March 21, 1994: Roy Mitchell and Reid Simpson traded from Dallas to New Jersey for future considerations.
  • March 21, 1994: Steve Passmore traded from Quebec to Edmonton for Brad Werenka.

1992–93 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: March 22, 1993[4]
  • March 22, 1993: Mark Hardy and Ottawa's fifth-round choice in 1993 Entry Draft (previously acquired from Ottawa) traded from NY Rangers to Los Angeles for John McIntyre.
  • March 22, 1993: Jim Hrivnak and future considerations traded from Washington to Winnipeg for Rick Tabaracci.
  • March 22, 1993: Peter Taglianetti traded from Tampa Bay to Pittsburgh for Pittsburgh's third-round choice in 1993 Entry Draft.
  • March 22, 1993: Steve Konroyd traded from Hartford to Detroit for Detroit's sixth-round choice in 1993 Entry Draft.
  • March 22, 1993: Vancouver's ninth-round choice in 1993 Entry Draft traded from Vancouver to Winnipeg for Dan Ratushny.
  • March 22, 1993: Mike Hartman traded from Tampa Bay to New York Rangers for Randy Gilhen.
  • March 22, 1993: Murray Craven and Vancouver's fifth-round choice in 1993 Entry Draft (previously acquired from Vancouver) traded from Hartford to Vancouver for Robert Kron, Vancouver's third-round choice in 1993 Entry Draft and future considerations.
  • March 22, 1993: Mike Ramsey traded from Buffalo to Pittsburgh for Bob Errey.
  • March 22, 1993: Craig Muni traded from Edmonton to Chicago for Mike Hudson.

1991–92 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: March 10, 1992[4]
  • March 7, 1992: Murray Garbutt traded from San Jose to Quebec for Don Barber.
  • March 8, 1992: Kip Miller traded from Quebec to Minnesota for Steve Maltais.
  • March 9, 1992: Randy Moller traded from NY Rangers to Buffalo for Jay Wells.
  • March 9, 1992: Wayne Presley traded from San Jose to Buffalo for Dave Snuggerud.
  • March 9, 1992: Ken Hammond traded from San Jose to Vancouver for Vancouver's eighth-round choice in 1992 Entry Draft.
  • March 10, 1992: Johan Garpenlov traded from Detroit to San Jose for Bob McGill and Vancouver's eighth-round choice in 1992 Entry Draft (acquired previously).
  • March 10, 1992: Bobby Reynolds traded from Washington to Minnesota for future considerations.
  • March 10, 1992: Petr Svoboda traded from Montreal to Buffalo for Kevin Haller.
  • March 10, 1992: Dave Hannan traded from Toronto to Buffalo for future considerations.
  • March 10, 1992: Daniel Marois and Claude Loiselle traded from Toronto to NY Islanders for Ken Baumgartner and Dave McLlwain.
  • March 10, 1992: Martin Rucinsky traded from Edmonton to Quebec for Ron Tugnutt and Brad Zavisha.
  • March 10, 1992: Mark Janssens traded from NY Rangers to Minnesota for Mario Thyer and Minnesota's third-round choice in 1992 Entry Draft.
  • March 10, 1992: Martin Simard traded from Calgary to Quebec for Greg Smyth.
  • March 10, 1992: Bryan Fogarty traded from Quebec to Pittsburgh for Scott Young.
  • March 10, 1992: Frank Pietrangelo traded from Pittsburgh to Hartford for future considerations.
  • March 10, 1992: Mark Osborne traded from Winnipeg to Toronto for Lucien Deblois.

1990–91 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: March 5, 1991[4]
  • March 4, 1991: Ron Francis, Grant Jennings and Ulf Samuelsson traded from Hartford to Pittsburgh for John Cullen, Jeff Parker and Zarley Zalapski.
  • March 5, 1991: Allan Bester traded from Toronto to Detroit for Detroit's sixth-round pick in 1991 Entry Draft.
  • March 5, 1991: Geoff Courtnall, Robert Dirk, Sergio Momesso, Cliff Ronning and future considerations traded from St. Louis to Vancouver for Dan Quinn and Garth Butcher.
  • March 5, 1991: Mark Hunter traded from Calgary to Hartford for Carey Wilson.
  • March 5, 1991: Mark Pederson traded from Montreal to Philadelphia for Philadelphia's second-round pick in 1991 Entry Draft and future considerations.
  • March 5, 1991: Keith Osborne traded from St. Louis to Toronto for Darren Veitch and future considerations.
  • March 5, 1991: Ken Priestlay traded from Buffalo to Pittsburgh for Tony Tanti.
  • March 5, 1991: Dana Murzyn traded from Calgary to Vancouver for Ron Stern, Kevan Guy and future considerations.
  • March 5, 1991: Kim Issel traded from Edmonton to Pittsburgh for Brad Aitken.
  • March 5, 1991: Steve Weeks traded from Vancouver to Buffalo for future considerations.
  • March 5, 1991: Marc Bureau traded from Calgary to Minnesota for Minnesota's third-round choice in 1991 Entry Draft.
  • March 5, 1991: Joey Kocur and Per Djoos traded from Detroit to NY Rangers for Kevin Miller, Jim Cummins and Dennis Vial.
  • March 5, 1991: Bobby Reynolds traded from Toronto to Washington for Robert Mendel.
  • March 5, 1991: Mike McNeill and Ryan McGill traded from Chicago to Quebec for Paul Gillis and Daniel Vincelette.
  • March 5, 1991: Ilkka Sinisalo traded from Minnesota to Los Angeles for Los Angeles' eighth-round choice in 1991 Entry Draft.

1989–90 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: March 6, 1990[4]
  • March 6, 1990: Adrien Plavsic, St. Louis' first-round pick in 1990 Entry Draft and second-round pick in 1991 Entry Draft traded from St. Louis to Vancouver for Rich Sutter, Harold Snepsts and St. Louis' second-round pick in 1990 Entry Draft (acquired previously).
  • March 6, 1990: Mike Gartner traded from Minnesota to NY Rangers for Ulf Dahlen, NY Rangers' fourth-round pick in 1990 Entry Draft and future considerations.
  • March 6, 1990: Alain Chevrier traded from Chicago to Pittsburgh for future considerations.
  • March 6, 1990: Jack Capuano traded from NY Islanders to Vancouver for Jeff Rohlicek.
  • March 6, 1990: Jyrki Lumme traded from Montreal to Vancouver for St. Louis' second-round pick in 1991 Entry Draft (acquired previously).
  • March 6, 1990: Jim Korn traded from New Jersey to Calgary for Calgary's fifth-round pick in 1990 Entry Draft.
  • March 6, 1990: Peter Stastny traded from Quebec to New Jersey for Craig Wolanin and future considerations.
  • March 6, 1990: Jeff Sharples traded from Edmonton to New Jersey for Reijo Ruotsalainen.
  • March 6, 1990: Brian Wilks traded from Edmonton to Pittsburgh for future considerations.
  • March 6, 1990: The rights to Cam Brauer traded from Edmonton to Hartford for Marc Laforge.

1988–89 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: March 7, 1989[4]
  • Feb. 27, 1989: Peter Deboer traded from Toronto to Vancouver for Paul Lawless.
  • March 4, 1989: Perry Berezan and Shane Churla traded from Calgary to Minnesota for Brian MacLellan and Minnesota's fourth-round choice in 1989 Entry Draft.
  • March 6, 1989: Ken Wregget traded from Toronto to Philadelphia for future considerations.
  • March 7, 1989: Clint Malarchuk, Grant Ledyard and Washington's sixth-round pick in 1991 Entry Draft traded from Washington to Buffalo for Calle Johansson and Buffalo's second-round pick in 1989 Entry Draft.
  • March 7, 1989: Jim Pavese traded from Detroit to Hartford for Torrie Robertson.
  • March 7, 1989: Lindy Ruff traded from Buffalo to NY Rangers for NY Rangers' fifth-round pick in 1990 Entry Draft.
  • March 7, 1989: Reed Larson traded from NY Islanders to Minnesota for future considerations.
  • March 7, 1989: Claude Vilgrain traded from Vancouver to New Jersey for Tim Lenardon.
  • March 7, 1989: Brian Wilk and John English traded from Los Angeles to Edmonton for Jim Wiemer and Alan May.
  • March 7, 1989: Greg Gilbert traded from NY Islanders to Chicago for Chicago's fifth-round pick in 1989 Entry Draft.
  • March 7, 1989 - Washington Capitals obtain Dino Ciccarelli and Bob Rouse from the Minnesota North Stars for Mike Gartner and Larry Murphy.
  • March 7, 1989: Jean Leblanc and Vancouver's fifth-round pick in 1989 Entry Draft traded from Vancouver to Edmonton for Doug Smith and Greg C. Adams.

1987–88 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: March 8, 1988[4]
  • March 8, 1988: Charlie Bourgeois and Hartford's third-round choice in 1989 Entry Draft traded from St. Louis to Hartford for Hartford's second-round choice in 1989 Entry Draft.
  • March 8, 1988: Geoff Courtnall, Bill Ranford and future considerations traded from Boston to Edmonton for Andy Moog.
  • March 8, 1988: Brian Curran traded from NY Islanders to Toronto for Toronto's sixth-round choice in 1988 Entry Draft.
  • March 8, 1988: Moe Lemay traded from Edmonton to Boston for Alan May.
  • March 8, 1988: Jim Pavese traded from NY Rangers to Detroit for future considerations.
  • March 8, 1988: Gordie Roberts traded from Philadelphia to St. Louis for future considerations.
  • March 8, 1988: Steve Tsujuira traded from New Jersey to Boston for Boston's 10th round choice in 1988 Entry Draft (Alexander Semak).
  • March 8, 1988: Steve Weeks traded from Hartford to Vancouver for Richard Brodeur.

1986–87 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: March 10, 1987[4]
  • March 10, 1987: Paul Boutilier traded from Boston to Minnesota for Minnesota's fourth-round choice in 1987 Entry Draft.
  • March 10, 1987: Raimo Helminen traded from NY Rangers to Minnesota for future considerations.
  • March 10, 1987: Raimo Summanen traded from Edmonton to Vancouver for Moe Lemay.
  • March 10, 1987: Stu Kulak traded from Edmonton to NY Rangers, completing an earlier trade.
  • March 10, 1987: Marcel Dionne, Jeff Crossman and Los Angeles' third-round choice in 1989 Entry Draft traded from Los Angeles to NY Rangers for Bob Carpenter and Tom Laidlaw.

1985–86 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: March 11, 1986[4]
  • March 8, 1986: John Anderson traded from Quebec to Hartford for Risto Siltanen.
  • March 10, 1986: Peter Andersson traded from Washington to Quebec for Quebec's third-round choice in 1986 Entry Draft.
  • March 10, 1986: Reed Larson traded from Detroit to Boston for Mike O'Connell.
  • March 10, 1986: Darren Veitch traded from Washington to Detroit for John Barrett and Greg Smith.
  • March 11, 1986: Bob Crawford traded from Hartford to NY Rangers for Mike McEwen.
  • March 11, 1986: Ron Duguay traded from Detroit to Pittsburgh for Doug Shedden.
  • March 11, 1986: Dwight Foster traded from Detroit to Boston for Dave Donnelly.
  • March 11, 1986: Nick Fotiu traded from NY Rangers to Calgary for future considerations.
  • March 11, 1986: Glenn Resch traded from New Jersey to Philadelphia for Philadelphia's third-round choice in 1986 Entry Draft.
  • March 11, 1986: Phil Russell traded from New Jersey to Buffalo for Buffalo's 12th round choice in 1986 Entry Draft.
  • March 11, 1986: John Tonelli traded from NY Islanders to Calgary for Steve Konroyd and Richard Kromm.
  • March 11, 1986: Rik Wilson traded from Calgary to Chicago for Tom McMurchy.

1984–85 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: March 12, 1985[4]
  • March 12, 1985: Glen Cochrane traded from Philadelphia to Vancouver for future considerations.
  • March 12, 1985: Dean Evason and Peter Sidorkiewicz traded from Washington to Hartford for David Jensen.
  • March 12, 1985: Jim McGeough traded from Washington to Pittsburgh for Mark Taylor.
  • March 12, 1985: Tiger Williams traded from Detroit to Los Angeles for future considerations.

1983–84 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: March 6, 1984 [4]
  • March 5, 1984 – Winnipeg Jets obtain D Randy Carlyle from Pittsburgh for Winnipeg’s first-round choice in 1984 Entry Draft (D Doug Bodger) and future considerations (D Moe Mantha) – (trade completed one day before trading deadline).
  • March 5, 1984: Dave Barr and future considerations traded from NY Rangers to St. Louis for Larry Patey and the rights to Bob Brooke.
  • March 6, 1984: John Blum traded from Edmonton to Boston for Larry Melnyk.
  • March 6, 1984: The rights to Risto Jalo traded from Washington to Edmonton for future considerations.

1982–83 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: March 8, 1983[4]

March 7, 1983: Laurie Boschman traded from Edmonton to Winnipeg for Willy Lindstrom. March 8, 1983: Ken Solheim traded from Minnesota to Detroit for future considerations.

1981–82 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: March 9, 1982[4]
  • March 8, 1982: Laurie Boschman traded from Toronto to Edmonton for Walt Poddubny and Phil Drouillard.
  • March 8, 1982: Kari Eloranta traded from Calgary to St. Louis for future considerations.
  • March 8, 1982: Jim Korn traded from Detroit to Toronto for Toronto's fourth-round choice in 1982 Entry Draft and Toronto's fifth-round choice in 1983 Entry Draft.
  • March 9, 1982: Todd Bidner traded from Washington to Edmonton for Doug Hicks.
  • March 9, 1982: Ed Cooper traded from Colorado to Edmonton for Stan Weir.
  • March 9, 1982: Tony Currie, Jim Nill, Rick Heinz and St. Louis' fourth-round choice in 1982 Entry Draft traded from St. Louis to Vancouver for Glen Hanlon.
  • March 9, 1982: Miroslav Frycer and Quebec's seventh-round choice in 1982 Entry Draft traded from Quebec to Toronto for Wilf Paiement.

March 9, 1982: Guy Lapointe traded from Montreal to St. Louis for St. Louis' second-round choice in 1983 Entry Draft.

1980–81 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: March 10, 1981[4]
  • March 8, 1981: Doug Halward traded from Los Angeles to Vancouver for Vancouver's fifth-round choice in 1982 Entry Draft.
  • March 10, 1981: Bill Baker traded from Montreal to Colorado for Colorado's third-round choice in 1983 Entry Draft.
  • March 10, 1981: Ken Berry and Garry Lariviere traded from Vancouver to Edmonton for Blair MacDonald and Lars-Gunnar Petersson.
  • March 10, 1981: Pat Hughes traded from Pittsburgh to Edmonton for Pat Price.
  • March 10, 1981: Jari Kaarela and Mike McEwen traded from Colorado to NY Islanders for Glenn Resch and Steve Tambellini.
  • March 10, 1981: Michel Larocque traded from Montreal to Toronto for Robert Picard.
  • March 10, 1981: Don Luce traded from Buffalo to Los Angeles for Los Angeles' sixth-round choice in 1982 Entry Draft.
  • March 10, 1981: Ray Markham traded from NY Rangers to Edmonton for John Hughes.
  • March 10, 1981: Mario Marois traded from Vancouver to Quebec for Garry Lariviere.
  • March 10, 1981: Rick Martin traded from Buffalo to Los Angeles for Los Angeles' third-round choice in 1981 Entry Draft and Los Angeles' first-round choice in 1983 Entry Draft (Tom Barrasso).
  • March 10, 1981: Jim Rutherford traded from Toronto to Los Angeles for Los Angeles' fifth-round choice in 1981 Entry Draft.
  • March 10, 1981: Garry Unger traded from Los Angeles to Edmonton for Edmonton's seventh-round choice in 1981 Entry Draft.
  • March 10, 1981: Ron Zanussi and Minnesota's third-round choice in 1981 Entry Draft traded from Minnesota to Toronto for Toronto's second-round choice in 1981 Entry Draft.

1979–80 NHL season[edit]

  • Trading deadline: March 11, 1980
  • March 10, 1980: Butch Goring traded from Los Angeles to NY Islanders for Billy Harris and Dave Lewis.
  • March 10, 1980: Jerry Korab traded from Buffalo to Los Angeles for Los Angeles' first-round choice in 1982 Entry Draft (Phil Housley).
  • March 11, 1980: Ron Chipperfield traded from Edmonton to Quebec for Ron Low.
  • March 11, 1980: Cam Connor and Edmonton's third-round choice in 1981 Entry Draft traded from Edmonton to NY Rangers for Don Murdoch.
  • March 11, 1980: Jim Corsi traded from Edmonton to Minnesota for future considerations.

References[edit]

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