NHL Trade Deadline Open Thread

It's that time of year again. The day that every puckhead in North America has circled on their calender. It's Deadline Day! Stanley Cup of Chowder and SB Nation Hockey has you covered for all your NHL Trade Deadline needs. I will be tuned into TSN's coverage and scoring the newfangled interwebs to find out what is going on right through the 3 o'clock deadline and post the trades here on the open thread as they are announced. I will also try to stay in contact with Bruins beat writer James Murphy throughout the day to find out what he is hearing. If the Bruins do make a move, I will post a reaction to the deal shortly after it goes down. Feel free to chime in with your opinions on the deals as they happen. Don't act like you are going to be productive today anyways.

For trade news from across SB Nation Hockey, check out the SB Nation NHL Trade Deadline Hub:

NHL Trade Rumors and Hockey Blogs - SB Nation NHL Trade Deadline

8:19 am: It looks like Pronger might not be dealt. According to Sportsnet, Chris Pronger will likely remain a Duck.

9:58 am: Ottawa trades Antoine Vermette to Columbus for Pascal Leclaire and a 2nd round pick

10:46 am Update from James Murphy: "Bruins were very close to Pronger but according to sources the combination of them offering Bergeron instead of Kessel last minute in aforementioned package, the Blues jumping into the fray and Ducks being in playoff hunt killed the deal. They're still in Morris swepstakes, hearing them linked to Marty St. Louis, Jonathan Cheechoo, Mark Recchi, Jordan Leopold, Marek Svatos and Ian Laperriere"

11:23 am Don Sweeney via BostonBruins.com: "We’ve got something in the cooker that may come down relatively shortly here and obviously we think it’s going to improve our hockey club immediately. Hopefully it goes through; we’re waiting for Pete to give the final word to the other team and we’ll go from there and obviously making a bunch of other inquiries in different situations, see how it goes"

11:39 am: Matt Kalman from The Bruins Blog is reporting that practice at Wilmington has been delayed 15 mins

11:41 am: Colorado trades Jordan Leopold to Calgary for Lawrence Nycholat, a prospect, and a pick. Update (11:51 am): Ryan Wilson and 2nd round pick (from Montreal)

11:51 am: Pittsburgh trades Danny Richmond to St. Louis for Andy Wolniewski

11:55 am: No Nokie. Petteri Nokelainen is not on the ice and is expected to be moved.

12:05 am: Waiver wire deals came through. Toronto picked up Martin Gerber and Eric Reitz. Dallas picks up Brendan Morrrison.

12:05 am: Phoenix trades Mikael Tellqvist to Buffalo for a 4th round pick

12:29 pm Bruins deal made Update from Peter Chiarelli via BostonBruins.com: "Well, we made one trade that we can’t announce yet, so you’ll get that.  It’s, again, it’s a depth trade, that trade, and we’re working on a couple of others right now.  I think noon was a big turning point because waivers expired then, and some teams picked up guys and wanted to see if they picked them up or not.  So that’s where we are right now, and we’re continuing to be in our War Room, and we’re plugging away here."

12:31 pm: James Murphy is reporting via NESN that Manny Fernandez may be involved in a deal to Phoenix involving Derek Morris. He also reports that Matt Lashoff was in the press box last night with his agent and could also be dealt.

12:39 pm: Bruins trade Petteri Nokelainen to Anaheim for Steve Montador

12:59 pm: Phoenix trades Olli Jokinen to Calgary for Matthew Lombardi, Barndon Prust, and a first round pick

1:32 pm: Bruins trade Matt Lashoff and Martins Karsums for Mark Recchi and a 2nd round pick

2:01 pm: Bill Guerin to Pittsburgh for conditional draft pick

2:48: Phoenix trades Daniel Carcillo to Philadelphia for Scottie Upshall and a 2nd round pick

2:49: Toronto trades Nik Antropov to the Rangers for a 2nd round pick and a conditional pick

3:00 DEADLINE (Trades need to submitted to league but can still be announced after deadline)

3:02: Phoenix trades Derek Morris to Rangers for Nigel Dawes, Petr Prucha, and Dimitri Kalinin

3:09: Toronto trades Dominic Moore to Buffalo for 2nd round pick

3:14: Atlanta trades Erik Christensen to Anaheim for Eric O'Dell

3:31: Florida trades Noah Welch to Tampa Bay for Steve Eminger and a 3rd round pick

3:43: Calgary trades Kevin Lalande to Columbus for 4th round pick

3:45: San Jose trades Kyle McLaren to Philadelphia for a 6th round pick

3:46: Chicago trades James Wisniewski to Anaheim for Samuel Pahlsson

3:47: San Jose acquires Travis Moen and Kent Huskins from Anaheim (unknown what is going the other way)

3:57: Los Angeles trades Patrick O'Sullivan and 2nd round pick to Carolina for Justin Williams and then Carolina trades O'Sullivan and picks to Edmonton for Erik Cole.

4:35: Buffalo trades Ales Kotalik to Edmonton for a 2nd round pick

4:35: Toronto trades Richard Petiot to Tampa Bay for Olaf Kolzig, Jamie Heward, Andy Rogers, and a 4th round pick

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