2014 NHL Trade Deadline Trade Tracker


A list of NHL trades that went down on the 2013-14 NHL trade deadline day, as well as the trades made the day before.

Team
Receives
Team
Receives
March 5th – Deadline Day
New York Rangers
RW James Livingston
Vancouver Canucks
2016 7th Round Pick
New York Rangers
LW Jonathan Marchessault
LW Dalton Smith
Vancouver Canucks
C Dana Tyrell
D Matt Taormina
New York Rangers
RW Lee Stempniak
Vancouver Canucks
3rd Round Pick
New York Rangers
F Andre Petersson
Vancouver Canucks
D Alex Grant
New York Rangers
G Jaroslav Halak
2015 3rd Round Pick
Vancouver Canucks
G Michal Neuvirth
D Rostislav Klesla
New York Rangers
LW Matt Moulson
C Cody McCormick
Vancouver Canucks
LW Torrey Mitchell
2014 2nd Round Pick (WPG)
2016 2nd Round Pick

New York Rangers
C David Legwand
Vancouver Canucks
F Patrick Eaves
3rd Round Pick
Calle Jarnkrok
New York Rangers
LW Thomas Vanek
Conditional 2014 5th Round Pick
Vancouver Canucks
Conditional 2014 2nd Round Pick
F Sebastien Colberg
(if Habs miss playoffs, no picks)
New York Rangers
G Reto Berra
Vancouver Canucks
2014 2nd Round Pick
New York Rangers
D Raphael Diaz
Vancouver Canucks
5th Round Pick
Boston Bruins
D Andrej Meszaros
Philadelphia Flyers
3rd Round Pick
Columbus Blue Jackets
D Nick Schultz
Edmonton Oilers
5th Round Pick
Carolina Hurricanes
G Tim Thomas
Carolina Hurricanes
G Dan Ellis
Carolina Hurricanes
F Tuomo Ruutu
Carolina Hurricanes
C Andrei Loktionov
Condiational 2017 3rd Round Pick
Carolina Hurricanes
C Marcel Goc
Carolina Hurricanes
2015 3rd Round Pick
2014 5th Round Pick

Carolina Hurricanes
F Marian Gaborik
Carolina Hurricanes
F Matt Frattin
2nd Round Pick (TOR)
Conditional 3rd Round Pick (EDM)

(Columbus retains some salary)
Carolina Hurricanes
D Brayden McNabb
F Jonathan Parker

2014 2nd Round Pick (LA)
2015 2nd Round Pick (LA)
Carolina Hurricanes
F Hudson Fasching
D Nicolas Deslauriers
Carolina Hurricanes
G Devan Dubnyk
Carolina Hurricanes
Future Considerations
Carolina Hurricanes
F Ales Hemsky
Carolina Hurricanes
2014 5th Round Pick
2015 3rd Round Pick

(EDM retains salary)
Carolina Hurricanes
RW Martin St. Louis
(If Callahan re-signs, Rangers
get a 2015 2nd Round Pick)
Carolina Hurricanes
RW Ryan Callahan
2015 1st Round Pick
2014 2nd Round Pick *
(* Turns to 2014 1st if the
Rangers make Conf. Final)
(2015 7th if Callahan re-signs)
March 4th
Carolina Hurricanes
D Rostislav Klesla
F Chris Brown
2015 4th Round Pick
Carolina Hurricanes
F Martin Erat
F John Mitchell
Carolina Hurricanes
D David Rundblad
D Mathieu Brisebois
Carolina Hurricanes
2014 2nd Round Pick
Carolina Hurricanes
G Roberto Luongo
F Steve Anthony
Carolina Hurricanes
G Jacob Markstrom
F Shawn Matthias
Carolina Hurricanes
D Andrew MacDonald
Carolina Hurricanes
2014 3rd Round Pick
2015 2nd Round Pick
C Matt Mangene
Carolina Hurricanes
G Viktor Fasth
Carolina Hurricanes
2014 5th Round Pick
2015 3rd Round Pick
Carolina Hurricanes
F Dustin Penner
Carolina Hurricanes
2014 4th Round Pick
Carolina Hurricanes
2014 Conditional 4th Round Pick (WSH)

– could become a 3rd
Carolina Hurricanes
D Stephane Robidas
Carolina Hurricanes
Ilya Bryzgalov
Carolina Hurricanes
2014 4th Round Pick
Carolina Hurricanes
Jeff Costello
Carolina Hurricanes
Patrick Mullen

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  1. #1 by Canucks fan at March 5th, 2014

    Ducks look in great shape to acquire a top 6 forward and have IMO the best group of assets. Love getting Markstrom also not at all unhappy with the deal except we should have done it at the draft instead of Schneider as much as I love Horvat

  2. #2 by EastCoastHockeyFan at March 5th, 2014

    @ Canucks fan, Second that, i would of loved to see a Schneider/Markstrom tandem in van

  3. #3 by howiehockey at March 5th, 2014

    Re Reporting Error
    It’s Garret Mitchell Washington has traded not John Mitchell…..John Mitchell is on Colorado and so far has not been traded.

  4. #4 by Mark Easson at March 5th, 2014

    It’s prospect John Mitchell

  5. #5 by Canucks fan at March 5th, 2014

    Schneider/Lack tandem and maybe prospect Scotty Laughton from Philly for Lu? Or Tom Wilson from the caps?

  6. #6 by BackCheck at March 5th, 2014

    Hemsky was Plan B for team’s not getting Kesler, Vanek & Moulson.

  7. #7 by Mike at March 5th, 2014

    Umm… today is March 5, not March 6.

  8. #8 by Canucks fan at March 5th, 2014

    Get over it Mike.

    Looks like buffalo and the isles are getting low balled for Moulson and Vanek but why can’t the teams inquiring did out if the player will sign long term? Sure Minny can sign Vanek in the offseason but for a lot more and they’re not getting him for a playoff run

  9. #9 by Mark Easson at March 5th, 2014

    Date fixed … That’s what happens when you create the chart at 1:00 am after starting at 6:00 am

  10. #10 by Mike at March 5th, 2014

    Thanks for fixing the date – except yesterday’s trades were on March 4th! Haha I’m just being picky – I love the site.

  11. #11 by Mark Easson at March 5th, 2014

    Yes, you’re being picky … The error was the result of 4 hours sleep. She’s all fixed

  12. #12 by Chris at March 5th, 2014

    A few Oilers fans have chirped me on here over the past few months because I told them they were overvaluing their players. I kept reading hilarious trade proposals like “Hemsky and Gagner for Weber”. Here’s what I said about those players on the block

    Linus Omark. I said he was terrible. Oiler fans though they could trade him for a high pick. He go traded for futures, waived and no NHL team picked him up for free.

    Devan Dubnyk. I said he was terrible and no team would give anything of value up for him. He went to the Preds for a salary dump. Preds waived him. Nobody took him. Montreal picked him up for Futures to sit on the bench until Price gets back.

    Nick Shultz. I told EastCoastHockeyFan that he’d be worth a 6th round pick for a team looking for a depth d man. He went for a 5th.

    Ales Hemsky. I said he’d get a 2nd at best. He went for a 3rd and a 5th.

    Sam Gagner. I had a couple of semi-literate yahoos on here swear at me for saying that nobody would give up anything significant for him and that if Mac T didn’t soften his demands he wasn’t going anywhere. I also told them to come back on here at deadline day so I could prove them wrong. I don’t see them.

    So the lofty expectations from Oiler fans break down as follows:

    You got rid of Bryzgalov, Nick Shultz, Ales Hemsky, Linus Omark and Devon Dubnyk in the past month.

    In return you got a 3rd, 4th and 5th round pick and Matt Hendricks.

    GMs also called Mac T’s bluff on Gagner.

    So when proposing trade scenarios you should probably stop overvaluing your players. I don’t profess to be any kind of expert but I do have a good handle on true value of players.

  13. #13 by Canucks fan at March 5th, 2014

    Chris you can’t really blame Oilers fans for overvaluing players because that’s what management has done.. I know it sounds awful hearing this from a Canucks fan but I’m one who thinks we got quite a bit for Luongo

  14. #14 by Chris at March 5th, 2014

    Gillis really mishandled that goalie situation.

    Do you think the same thing will happen with Kesler? I doubt you get the same return if he’s not moved by draft day.

  15. #15 by BackCheck at March 5th, 2014

    Ducks fan here. Not really sure what to make of the deadline. Seemed like the table was set for acquiring a difference maker and we come away with a has been on a broken leg.

  16. #16 by hotwings at March 5th, 2014

    Gillis got burned for another year in a row… its great that he got rid of that contract, but it seems his organization is a little directionless atm… so now they will prob miss playoffs with lack in net

    Charles Wang will hopefully reach the breaking point and sell the whole damn thing after Snow’s continued debacle at the wheel of the franchise.. I’m sure it’s just as much Wang’s fault as Snows, but hopefully Wang throws in the towel soon…

    Big winners overall..,. #1 Buffalo, #2 St Louis, # Tampa, #4 Montreal.. #5 Toronto (for not doing anything worth mentioning) #6 ANA (for restocking with decent picks)

    Biggest Losers: #1 NYI #2 NYR

  17. #17 by EastCoastHockeyFan at March 5th, 2014

    @ chris, 2 things, first im actully a toronto fan, but i follow edmonton toronto and van all pretty closely
    i stand by what i said, word for word, i did not say Shultz was going to go to a play off team as a top 4 defense men, i said IF he goes to a contending team he would be a depth player but for more than a 6th. i said in buffalo he would be top 4. i said hes worth more than a 6th, he went for a 5th. out side of that i said you were over valuing myers. and that still hasnt changed
    but yes so dead line has come and gone, and im happy with all iv seen, still kind of shocked that they actully pulled the trigger on M. St.Louis tho

  18. #18 by Holysheep at March 6th, 2014

    Chris, let me be the first to congratulate you on your amazing achievements. Your parents must be proud.

  19. #19 by Jeff at March 6th, 2014

    Can we all just start calling Gillis, “Gilly”?

    I think that fits.

    I cant believe Vanek cost so little!

  20. #20 by Canucks fan at March 6th, 2014

    I can’t believe the reaction to getting a potential star goalie and a 26 year old power forward with hands and a good shot who is a third liner who can move up to the second in my eyes. Sure Lu is Lu and we should have kept Schneider but I am very happy with the return and now the Canucks WILL lose more games than they’ll win, finish in the bottom 10-12 instead of top 15 and we’ll get a good forward prospect like Virtanen or maybe even Nylander. All is good for this Ontario Nucks fan

  21. #21 by Chris at March 6th, 2014

    @Eastcosthockey

    I too am a Leaf fan. I look at Klefbom and Marincin as the equivalent of a Percy and Finn. The only thing that makes sense in your proposal is next year’s first if it is a lottery pick.

    Tyler Myers is only 24 years old He’s in his 5th NHL season. He averages just under 0.5 points per game or just shy of 40 points per year. Poinst wise that’s right around where guys like Drew Doughty, Mark Giordano, Oliver Ekman Larsson are at.

    The big difference is in +/-. Two things with that though. This year he’s a -24 but he plays on literally the worst team in the NHL; a young team with weak team defence. Shea Weber is in exactly the same situation. You’d agree that Shea Weber is one of the best defensemen in the NHL right? Most people do. He’s -14 this year. He was -2 last year and +21 the year before.

    Tyler Myers was a + player or even in his first 3 seasons and was a -8 last year when Buffalo started to slide. He also has 7 points in 13 NHL playoff games, he hits and he fights.

    Compare him with Chara. Same situation right? A big player? When Chara wa 23 he played for the Islanders and came off back to back -27 seasons. He then got traded to Ottawa where he ended up +30. Put Myers on the Kings and I bet he ends up a + player in double digits.

    So here’s why I’m not overvaluing Myers.

    He’s having one bad year on an embarrasingly terrible team. One bad year out of five does not take away value if you’re on a bad team if you are a young player.

    Marincin and Klefbom are not projected to top out as top 2 d men; Myers is. Maricnin and Klefbom are not tough. Myers is. Marincin is only 2 years younger than Myers and has played significantly less games than Myers, with zero playoff games and only 2 points. Klefbom has not played a single NHL game yet. Nick Shultz has been a bottom pairing d man his entire career. The Sabres would have no need for a guy who can be had for what I said was a 6th round pick and ended up being a 5th. The 1st round pick could hold value….if it’s Connor McDavid.

    We’ve seen a lot of d men taken in the top 5 that haven’t turned out to be as high end as Myers in the past few years. Bogosian (3rd overall) and Schenn (5th overall) in 2008. Gudbrandson (3rd overall in 2009), Hickey (4th in 2007). Forwards like Niederreiter and Yakupov haven’t exactly become valuable commodities either.

    24 year old 6’7 d men who can skate, have some offense, hit, and fight and have proven that they can play at a high level in the NHL are more rare than small snipers like Eberle which is why the conversation starts with Eberle. Think of it this way; as a Leaf fan would you give up Kadri for Myers? I would in a second and Kadri, while not quite at the same level as Eberle, is a similar type player.

    I think if you surveyed all GMs in the NHL they’d tell you that a 31 year old bottom pairing d man, two B level prospects and a 1st round pick would not be enough to land Tyler Myers.

  22. #22 by Jeff at March 6th, 2014

    Because scouts say Markstrom has not only not developed, but has regressed since he was drafted. And people think Tallon would never have given him up, if he felt Markstrom was the real deal. Matthias was a legit prospect a long time ago. Both players are long shots to become above average NHL players. That said, I hope they develop.

  23. #23 by Jeff at March 6th, 2014

    Personally, every time I watch the Sabres, Myers is completely lost, provides no physical presence, and is generally a significant reason why they suck — in my opinion. I wouldn’t take that contract if you gifted it to me.

  24. #24 by EastCoastHockeyFan at March 6th, 2014

    @ chris I will admit i do not watch every sabers game, but living in the north east, watching the majority of the leafs, habs and sens games.
    i see buffalo play fairly often, and my assessment of myers has very little to do with his stats and numbers, more of watching him play and how he is developing has developed this far. this year he is actually playing better than he has in the past 2 by a large amount but his first 2 seasons were better than his last 2 by a fair margin (as far as his play not all by the numbers.) that being said, he has yet to turn into the player they projected him to be,
    he can hit, but usually dose not. hell this year hes at what 97? that is less than Erik Karlsson,? and half of what Luke Schenn has dished out.
    is he large, yes but does he use that in a chara fashion to keep everyone clear of the front of the net? no.
    can he put points up? yes but is he a karlsson letang subban kind of scorer no…
    so that is my reasoning for saying you are over valuing you put up the perfect comparison already that is Luke Schenn, whos cap hit is 3.6? not 5.5
    unless he can get to the next stage in development with that 5.5 cap hit i do not think he is worth more than a solid roster player a good prospect (and when i say good prospect, i dont mean not some one that is going to be a top line player nessesairly but a player will have a decent nhl career not a life long ahl/fring forth liner) and a first round pick in one of the deepest drafts in recent years?
    lol but at this point its just speculation and opinion so with this im all done up with this topic and ill catch up with you on another thread

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