NHL Trades

Jun 29 2024
$-12,500
$12,500

The Minnesota Wild acquired Jakub Lauko and a 2024 4th round pick (#110) from the Boston Bruins for Vinni Lettieri and a 2024 4th round pick (#122)

Jun 24 2024
$-1,165,000
$1,165,000

The Ottawa Senators acquired Linus Ullmark from the Boston Bruins for Joonas Korpisalo, Mark Kastelic, and a 2024 1st round pick (#25)

Mar 8 2024
$-2,750,000
$2,750,000

The Boston Bruins acquired Andrew Peeke from the Columbus Blue Jackets for a 2027 3rd round pick and Jakub Zboril

Mar 8 2024
$800,000
$-800,000

The Boston Bruins acquired Patrick Maroon from the Minnesota Wild for Luke Toporowski a 2026 6th round pick

Jun 26 2023

The Boston Bruins acquired Reilly Walsh from the New Jersey Devils for Shane Bowers

Jun 26 2023
$6,000,000
$-6,000,000

The Chicago Blackhawks acquired Taylor Hall and Nick Foligno from the Boston Bruins for Ian Mitchell and Alec Regula

Mar 2 2023
$-2,375,000
$2,375,000

The Boston Bruins acquired Tyler Bertuzzi from the Detroit Red Wings for a 2024 1st round pick and a 2025 4th round pick

Feb 23 2023
$-1,600,000
$1,600,000

The Boston Bruins acquired Garnet Hathaway from the Washington Capitals for Craig Smith, 2023 1st Round Pick, 2025 2nd Round Pick, and 2024 3rd Round Pick

Feb 23 2023
$1,275,000
$-1,275,000

The Boston Bruins acquired Dmitry Orlov from the Minnesota Wild for a 2023 5th Round Pick

Oct 27 2022
$762,500
$-762,500

The Boston Bruins acquired Michael DiPietro and Jonathan Myrenberg from Vancouver Canucks for Jack Studnicka

Jul 13 2022
$-2,375,000
$2,375,000

The Boston Bruins acquired Pavel Zacha from the New Jersey Devils for Erik Haula

Jul 8 2022

The Los Angeles Kings acquired 2022 seventh round pick (#215) from the Boston Bruins for 2023 seventh round pick

Jul 8 2022

The Seattle Kraken acquired 2022 third round pick (#91) from the Boston Bruins for 2022 fourth round pick (#117) and 2022 fifth round pick (#132)

Mar 28 2022

The St. Louis Blues acquired Brady Lyle from the Boston Bruins for future considerations

Mar 21 2022
$-1,200,000
$1,200,000

The Ottawa Senators acquired Zach Senyshyn and a 2022 fifth round pick from Boston Bruins for Josh Brown and conditional 2022 seventh round pick

Mar 19 2022
$1,708,611
$-1,708,611

The Boston Bruins acquired Hampus Lindholm and Kodie Curran from the Anaheim Ducks for Urho Vaakanainen, John Moore, 2022 first round pick, 2023 second round pick, and 2024 second round pick

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NHL Trades

National Hockey League (NHL) trades allow teams to improve their current rosters by exchanging players, prospects, or draft picks with other teams. The rules governing trades are outlined in the NHL/NHLPA Collective Bargaining Agreement (http://www.nhlpa.com/inside-nhlpa/collective-bargaining-agreement).

The NHL Trade Deadline

The NHL's trade deadline generally means a lot of movement among NHL hockey players. The NHL trade deadline is a much-anticipated event among hockey teams, as teams are no longer allowed to exchange players after the trade deadline has passed. This leads to many transactions. Playoff teams are loading up for what they hope is a long playoff run, and playoff hopefuls are trying to get a piece to push them over the playoff hump. At the other end of the standings, teams that will be clearly missing the playoffs want to trade older players for younger prospects or draft picks. This is especially true for players that are about to become Unrestricted Free Agents (UFA’s). For smart asset management, teams need to trade pending UFA’s for draft picks, prospects, or players with term left on contracts before they lose them for nothing on July 1. Teams that are firmly in the playoff picture or on the bubble have difficult decisions to make on their pending free agents; keep them for the rest of the season and playoffs and risk losing them for nothing afterwards, or trade them for some assets by the deadline.

This is a very exciting time for both hockey fans and analysts, who are eagerly anticipating and predicting which players will get traded and which teams they will be moving to. The Trade Deadline day usually falls within the last week of February or the first week of March, and will be on Monday February 26, 2018 for the 2017-2018 season. All the buzz about NHL trade and player movements gets much more intense as the trade deadline draws near. Make sure you checkout PuckHead GM (link) to model out the moves your team should or might make.

NHL Trade Statistics

The NHL trade deadline was established in the early 1980s and since then, there have been 539 trades made on the deadline day. This involves a total of 993 players and 344 draft picks. Over the past 15 seasons, more than 15 trades have been made on the deadline day, and there were at least 30 players traded in each season. In the past 10 seasons, the average number of NHL trades made on the deadline day was 21.5, while the average number of hockey players traded was 40.6. More specifically for the last couple of seasons, there were 68 trades in the 2014-2015 season, 52 trades made in 2015-2016, and 89 trades in the 2016-2017 season.

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