Choices Matt Duchene along with Ferland and Johansson
Pierre LeBrun of Athletics: The scenarios that include the likely exit of Matt Duchene from Ottawa are increasing. Duchene and Pat Brisson's agent are looking to get more than eight years' deal.
It can do so by trading and re-signing with a new team. Duchene also gets the eighth year if Brisson can sign up and trade before July 1st. That is predicted on Duchene trading in the first place.
Marcus Johansson would not deal before the deadline was surprising. However, if Ray Shero does not get the value, he'll catch up the bone and then try to re-sign it.
Micheal Ferland may stay in Carolina but the team still listen to proposals.
Buyers, sellers as the closing date
Tom Gulitti or NHL.com: Ottawa that makes the biggest impact of this trade timetable one way or another. Although Matt Duchene and Ryan Dzingel are looking to be out of the door, everyone is on Mark Stone. Chip is a huge spider and it would cause waiting teams.
Columbus continues to be a pattern still with Sergei Bobrovsky and Artemi Panarin.
New York Rangers do not deal with Kevin Hayes and Mats Zuccarello by virtue.
Teams like Winnipeg and Nashville are waiting for the post to end to buy.
Boston moved to Charlie Coyle but it can not be done again.
Dallas as well as New York Islanders are looking for goal scores still in that second tier.
Washington does one possible trade (Carl Hagelin?) And he can continue to buy after that.
First trading sites that can be traded
TSN: The maximum of 12 first circles that could be traded before the trade closing date.
1. Winnipeg Jets
2. Nashville Forecasts
3. Tampa Bay Mellt
4. Calgary Flames
5. Pittsburgh Penguins
6. Boston Bruins
7. Columbus Green Jackets
8. Golden Vegas Warriors
10. Washington Capitales
11. Montreal Canadiens
12. Islanders of New York