NHL trade tracker 2021: List of deals completed before the deadline
The NHL trade deadline is fast approaching.
Monday, April 12, 3 p.m. ET, is the deadline for teams to decide whether they are playoff contenders or playoff contenders – although, with the way things are organized this year, that will not be possible. – not be known until the last day of the season. With border and quarantine constraints, anomalous divisional rosters, and the expanding Kraken cloud looming over the league, will teams even look to turn and deal?
2021 NHL TRADE DEADLINE: Date, time, salary cap and quarantine implications
Some general managers, like the Maple Leafs’ Kyle Dubas, have expressed a desire to move, but they want it to happen sooner rather than later.
“I think given the quarantine that is in place now and the 14 days when the player is going to come and sit for 14 days in his hotel and then join the club, we are going to be in a more difficult situation to be certainly as much that we can, ” Dubas told reporters earlier this month. “And if you look at the calendar where it’s going, where April 12 is the deadline, then if you go the two weeks beyond, it’s April 27 or 28 before they leave their hotel, and then they’re only with the squad for i think it’s like six games or ten days or something like that [before playoffs].
“So that certainly gives an incentive to try and do things earlier. It takes two for that to happen, though.”
Everyone can guess how much that will be done. But when the transactions take place, Sporting News will cover them.
Here is a list of all trades made before the 2021 NHL trade deadline.
2021 NHL Commercial Deadlines Tracking
|April 11||Canadians||Jon Merrill (D)||red wings||Hayden Verbeek (F), 2021 fifth round pick|
|April 11||Devils||Jonas Siegenthaler (D)||Capitals||Conditional third-round pick in 2021|
|April 10||Blue jackets||2021 first-round pick, 2022 third-round pick||Lightning||Brian Lashoff (D)|
|April 10||red wings||Fourth-round pick in 2021, DET retains 50% of Savard’s contract||Lightning||David Savard (D)|
|April 10||Blue jackets||Brian Lashoff (R), CBJ retains 50% of Savard’s contract||red wings||David Savard (D)|
|April 10||avalanche||Devan Dubnyk (L)||the Sharks||Greg Pateryn (R), 2021 fifth round pick|
|April 10||Panthers||Brandon Montour (D)||Sabers||Third round pick in 2021|
|April 9||avalanche||Patrik Nemeth (D)||red wings||Fourth-round pick in 2022|
|April 9||maple leaves||Riley Nash (F)||Blue jackets||Conditional seventh-round pick in 2022 (becomes sixth if Nash appears in 25% of 2021 Toronto playoff games).|
|April 8||Panthers||Lucas Carlsson (D), Lucas Wallmark (F)||Blackhawks||Brett Connolly (F), Riley Stillman (D), Henrik Borgstrom (RFA F), 2021 seventh round pick|
|April 7||Islanders||Kyle Palmieri (F), Travis Zajac (F)||Devils||AJ Greer (F), Mason Jobst (F), 2021 first round pick, 2022 fourth round conditional pick|
|March 29||Blackhawks||Vinnie Hinostroza (F)||Panthers||Brad Morrison (F)|
|March 29||kings||Christian Wolanin (D)||Senators||Mike Amadio (F)|
|March 27||kings||Brendan Lemieux (F)||Rangers||Fourth-round pick in 2021|
|March 26||Canadians||Eric Staal (F)||Sabers||Third and fifth round picks in 2021|
|March 24||Lightning||Antoine Morand (F), 2023 seventh round pick||Ducks||Alexander Volkov (F)|
|March 20th||Sabers||Sixth round pick in 2021||avalanche||Jonas Johansson (L)|
|March 13||maple leaves||Veini Vehvilainen (G)||Blue jackets||Mikko Lehtonen (D)|