The March 1st NHL trade deadline is fast approaching.
It’s been a quiet trade market so far, but things will likely pick up. The standings remain tight, so there are not a lot of sellers at the moment.
Cap space will be an issue for some teams, and they might require money-in, money-out deals.
According to CapFriendly there are 14 teams that have a projected salary cap hit of over $72 million. Six teams are over the cap ceiling and are currently using LTIR.
We’ll continue to updates trades to our NHL trade tracker chart as they happen. Deals made since the start of 2016-17 season.
|Henrik Samuelsson||Feb. 1, 2017||Mitchell Moroz|
|Feb. 1, 2017||Brandon Troock
|Marc Hagel||Feb. 1, 2017||Future Considerations|
|Nikita Nesterov||Jan. 26, 2017||Jonathan Racine
2017 6th round pick
|Tommy Wingels||Jan. 24, 2017||Zack Stortini
2017 7th round pick
|Cameron Schilling||Jan. 21, 2017||Michael Latta|
|Andrew O'Brien||Jan. 19, 2017||Max Gortz|
|Cody McLeod||Jan. 13, 2017||Felix Girard|
|Jhonas Enroth||Jan. 11, 2017||2018 7th round pick|
|Peter Holland||Dec. 9, 2016||Conditional 2018
6th round pick
|Cody Goloubef||Nov. 28, 2016||Ryan Stanton|
|Logan Shaw||Nov. 16, 2016||Michael Sgarbossa|
|Petr Straka||Nov. 12, 2016||Conditional 2017 or 2018
7th round pick
|Dylan McIlrath||Nov. 8, 2016||Steve Kampfer
2018 7th round pick
|Mike Condon||Nov. 2, 2016||2017 5th round pick|
|Brody Sutter||Oct. 11, 2016||Connor Brickley|
|Jonathan Racine||Oct. 8, 2016||Tim Bozon|
|Nail Yakupov||Oct. 7, 2016||Zach Pochiro
3rd round pick
* Pick converts to 2018
2nd round pick if Yakupov
scores 15 goals.