NHL Trade Bait Tracker: Trade Deadline Day is here but who’s left?
The NHL Trade Bait Tracker has been updated as today is Trade Deadline Day. Team’s can make deals up until 3 PM ET.
However, after a majority of all the top names have been moved this week who’s left?
We will update this final list throughout the day.
Last Updated: 3:12 PM ET
NHL Trade Bait Tracker
|Rank||Player (Team)||POS||AGE||TERM – AAV|
|1||James van Riemsdyk (PHI)||F||34||1 YEAR – $7M|
|2||John Klingberg (ANA to MIN)||D||30||1 YEAR – $7M|
|3||Sean Monahan (MTL)||C||28||1 YEAR – $6.375M|
|4||Brock Boeser (VAN)||F||25||2 YEARS – $6.65M|
|5||Dmitry Kulikov (ANA to PIT)||D||32||1 YEAR – $2.25M|
|6||Matt Dumba (MIN)||D||28||1 YEAR – $6M|
|7||Joel Edmundson (MTL)||D||29||2 YEARS – $3.5M|
|8||Nick Ritchie (ARI to CGY)||F||27||1 YEAR – $2.5M|
|9||Kevin Shattenkirk (ANA)||D||34||1 YEAR – $3.9M|
|10||Patric Hornqvist (FLA)||F||36||1 YEAR – $5.3M|
|11||Jordan Greenway (MIN to BUF)||F||25||2 YEARS – $3M|
|12||Conor Garland (VAN)||F||26||3 YEARS – $4.95M|
|13||Adam Henrique (ANA)||F||33||1 YEAR – $5.825M|
|14||Andreas Athansaiou (CHI)||F||28||1 YEAR – $3M|
|15||James Reimer (SJS)||G||34||1 YEAR – $2.25M|
Bo Horvat to New York Islanders
Vladimir Tarasenko to New York Rangers
Ryan O’Reilly to Toronto Maple Leafs
Tyler Motte to New York Rangers
Nik Zaitsev to Chicago Blackhawks
Nino Niederreiter to Winnipeg Jets
Vitali Kravtsov to Vancouver Canucks
Ivan Barbashev to Vegas Golden Knights
Timo Meier to New Jersey Devils
Tanner Jeannot to Tampa Bay Lightning
Jake McCabe to Toronto Maple Leafs
Patrick Kane to New York Rangers
Vladislav Gavrikov to Los Angeles Kings
Luke Schenn to Toronto Maple Leafs
Lars Eller to Colorado Avalanche
Shayne Gostisbehere to Carolina Hurricanes
Jakob Chychrun to Ottawa Senators
Jonathan Quick to Vegas Golden Knights
Tyler Bertuzzi to Boston Bruins
Nick Bjugstad to Edmonton Oilers
Nick Bonino to Pittsburgh Penguins
A look at the top trade candidates
James van Riemsdyk: The 33 year-old has 23 points in 40 games this season. Interest has been building with multiple suitors that includes the Winnipeg Jets, Dallas Stars, Vegas Golden Knights, and Minnesota Wild.
John Klingberg: The Ducks are sellers at the deadline and were hoping to get a high draft pick for Klingberg. However, there really isn’t a market for his services after a disappointing season with 23 points in 49 games. At this point, Anaheim will probably take a second-round pick for the pending UFA.