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Final Trade Chart

A final look at the trades from this month:

FEB. 28

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Jason Arnott, F David Steckel, F
2012 second-round pick
Dustin Penner, F Colten Teubert, D
2011 first-round pick
2011 first-round pick
Bryan Allen, D Sergei Samsonov, F
Brad Winchester, F Third-round pick
Chris Campoli, D Ryan Potulny, F
Conditional draft pick
Scottie Upshall, F
Sami Lepisto, D
Rostislav Klesla, D
Dane Byers, F
Dennis Wideman, D Jake Hauswirth, F
2011 third-round pick
Radek Dvorak, F
2011 fifth-round pick
Niclas Bergfors, F
Patrick Rissmiller, F
John Mitchell, F 2011 seventh-round pick
Fredrik Modin, F Seventh-round pick
Chris Higgins, F Evan Oberg, D
2013 third-round pick
Maxim Lapierre, F
MacGregor Sharp, F
Joel Perreault
2012 third-round pick
Drew MacIntyre, G Brett Festerling, D

FEB. 27

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Brad Boyes, F 2011 second-round pick
Brian McGrattan, F;
Sean Zimmerman, D
Stefan Chaput, F;
David Laliberte, F

FEB. 26

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Bryan McCabe, D Tim Kennedy, F
Third-round pick

FEB. 25

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Alexander Sulzer, D Conditional seventh-round pick

FEB. 24

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Dan Ellis, G Curtis McElhinney, G
Alexei Kovalev, F Conditional seventh-round pick
Brent Sopel, D
Nigel Dawes, F
Ben Maxwell, F
2011 fourth-round pick
Cory Stillman, F Ryan Carter, C
2011 fifth-round pick

FEB. 21

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Alex Goligoski, D James Neal, F
Matt Niskanen, D

FEB. 19

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Kevin Shattenkirk, D
Chris Stewart, F
Second-round pick
(either 2011 or 2012)
Erik Johnson, D
Jay McClement, F
First-round pick
(either 2011 or 2012)

FEB. 18

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Tomas Kaberle, D Joe Colborne, F
2011 first-round pick
2012 conditional second-round pick
Blake Wheeler, F
Mark Stuart, D
Rich Peverley, F
Boris Valabik, D
Craig Anderson, G Brian Elliott, G
Future considerations Derek Joslin, D
Ian White, D 2012 second-round pick
2011 third-round pick
Rights to Brock Beukeboom, D
Eric Brewer, D

FEB. 17

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Jarkko Ruutu, F 2011 sixth-round pick
Paul Mara, D 2012 fifth-round pick

FEB. 15

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Chris Kelly, F 2011 second-round pick
Aaron Voros, F Conditional seventh-round pick

FEB. 14

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Kris Versteeg, F 2011 first-round pick
2011 third-round pick

FEB. 10

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Mike Fisher, F 2011 first-round pick
2012 conditional pick

FEB. 9

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Francois Beauchemin, D Joffrey Lupul, F
Jake Gardiner, D
2013 conditional pick
Patrick Davis, F
Mike Swift, C
Jay Leach, D
Steve Zalewski, C
Al Montoya, G 2011 sixth-round pick
Michael Frolik, F
Alexander Salak, G
Jack Skille, F
Hugh Jessiman, F
David Pacan, F

Updated Trade Chart

Since the deadline has been slow I figured I would update the trade chart.

FEB. 28

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Scottie Upshall, F
Sami Lepisto, D
Rostislav Klesla, D
Dane Byers, F
Dennis Wideman, D Jake Hauswirth, F;
2011 third-round pick
Radek Dvorak, F
2010 fifth-round pick
Niclas Bergfors, F
Patrick Rissmiller, F

FEB. 27

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Brad Boyes, F 2011 second-round pick
Brian McGrattan, F;
Sean Zimmerman, D
Stefan Chaput, F;
David Laliberte, F

FEB. 26

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Bryan McCabe, D Tim Kennedy, F
Third-round pick

FEB. 25

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Alexander Sulzer, D Conditional seventh-round pick

FEB. 24

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Dan Ellis, G Curtis McElhinney, G
Alexei Kovalev, F Conditional seventh-round pick
Brent Sopel, D
Nigel Dawes, F
Ben Maxwell, F
2011 fourth-round pick
Cory Stillman, F Ryan Carter, C
2011 fifth-round pick

FEB. 21

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Alex Goligoski, D James Neal, F
Matt Niskanen, D

FEB. 19

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Kevin Shattenkirk, D
Chris Stewart, F
Second-round pick
(either 2011 or 2012)
Erik Johnson, D
Jay McClement, F
First-round pick
(either 2011 or 2012)

FEB. 18

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Tomas Kaberle, D Joe Colborne, F
2011 first-round pick
2012 conditional second-round pick
Blake Wheeler, F
Mark Stuart, D
Rich Peverley, F
Boris Valabik, D
Craig Anderson, G Brian Elliott, G
Future considerations Derek Joslin, D
Ian White, D 2012 second-round pick
2011 third-round pick
Rights to Brock Beukeboom, D
Eric Brewer, D

FEB. 17

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Jarkko Ruutu, F 2011 sixth-round pick
Paul Mara, D 2012 fifth-round pick

FEB. 15

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Chris Kelly, F 2011 second-round pick
Aaron Voros, F Conditional seventh-round pick

FEB. 14

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Kris Versteeg, F 2011 first-round pick
2011 third-round pick

FEB. 10

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Mike Fisher, F 2011 first-round pick
2012 conditional pick

FEB. 9

TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION TEAM PLAYER/COMPENSATION
Francois Beauchemin, D Joffrey Lupul, F
Jake Gardiner, D
2013 conditional pick
Patrick Davis, F
Mike Swift, C
Jay Leach, D
Steve Zalewski, C
Al Montoya, G 2011 sixth-round pick
Michael Frolik, F
Alexander Salak, G
Jack Skille, F
Hugh Jessiman, F
David Pacan, F

Penguins/Stars Trade – Feb 21st

James Neal

By: Jonathan Kovacs

There has only been one trade since the last update by Eric Bancker, but this one is worth mentioning. The Pittsburgh Penguins traded away Alex Goligoski, their talented young defenseman who has been a solid player so far in his young career to the Dallas Stars. The Stars sent promising winger James Neal and former 1st round pick in the ’05 draft, Matt Niskanen. I’d say the Penguins got the better deal here, Neal is having a good year tallying 39 points in 59 games up to this point. Niskanen isn’t bad either, he is young and still has some upside. I’m not counting out Goligoski either, but Neal has the potential to be a superstar, consider this one a win for the Ray Shero and the Pens.


Rangers Shopping Alex The Not So Great?


By Eric Bancker

Alex Frolov’s short time as a New York Ranger has been painful for everyone involved. Frolov inked a one year/$3 million deal with the Rangers this past offseason in the hopes of adding some offense to the stale blueshirts attack.

Frolov started off somewhat strong, collecting five points in the first month of the season. Since November 1st, Frolov has only tallied seven points, four of which came in a 8-2 thrashing of the Edmonton Oilers. He hasn’t contributed on the powerplay either, as he has only one point on the powerplay so far this season.

Alex has been bounced around in the Rangers lineup, at first finding himself on the top line but he has now been banished to fourth line duty. This is very similar to what happened to him last year in Los Angeles. Frolov was benched because of lazy play and lack of production thus prompting the Kings to give him a one-way ticket out-of-town.

The Rangers have been able to have success without Frolov being at his best though, as they now sit in a tie for 5th in the Eastern Conference. Although there a numerous reports that the Rangers would like to add Dallas Stars center, Brad Richards, for their playoff run. Every single year Rangers fans have heard the rumors of Richards coming to New York but a deal was never worked out, but that could change this season, although it seems unlikely. The Stars are currently at the top of the Western Conference and its hard to imagine them trading a player of Richards caliber.

It seems as though Frolov has run out of time in New York as multiple news outlets, including the Ottawa Sun, are reporting that Glen Sather has been shopping the Russian winger. There is only one problem though, there aren’t many takers right now for Frolov. Ottawa has apparently kicked the tires on a possible deal but it doesn’t seem like there is even any sort of ground work for a deal to this point. Frolov was recently asked in an interview if he was going to ask for a trade, he said that he felt as though it wasn’t the time just yet. Sather doesn’t seem willing to wait for Frolov to ask for one.

Moving Frolov may not be easy but if there is one thing that Glen Sather is good at, and I’m positive that this is the only thing he is good at, is that he is a wizard when it comes to trades. He has the ability to ship bad contracts out-of-town, e.g. Scott Gomez.