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Sports NHL trade tracker: List of deals completed during the 2021 offseason

00:18  29 july  2021
00:18  29 july  2021 Source:   sportingnews.com

Moving on from past is first step in this NHL offseason

  Moving on from past is first step in this NHL offseason It's hard for Duncan Keith to say goodbye to yesterday. Pekka Rinne, too. Even more difficult for Zach Parise and Ryan Suter because it wasn't their call. Moving on from the past is an early theme of the NHL offseason. Chicago traded Keith after 16 seasons that included three Stanley Cup titles. Rinne retired following 13 full seasons goaltending in Nashville, and Minnesota announced buyouts for Parise and Suter nine seasons into their 13-year contracts. Consider it like summer cleaning before most of the jumbling for the 2021-22 season happens after the Seattle expansion draft next week.

With the expansion draft and free agency here — and a flat cap, to boot — the 2021 NHL offseason is expected to be a wheelin'-and-dealin' one.

"There’s a number of teams that — there’s just really big decisions to be made," former Lightning general manager Brian Lawton told The Associated Press' Stephen Whyno. "Now it’s fast and furious trying to figure out what they can get done."

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With regard to the expansion draft, teams will be looking to get something for players they probably would lose otherwise in the draft. Then there is free agency, which begins July 28. A number of teams are cash-strapped and looking to free up space to not only re-sign their free agents but also reel in new players.

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A number of big names are rumored to be on the trade block, including the Sabres' Jack Eichel. One domino has already fallen: The Blackhawks shipped three-time Stanley Cup champion Duncan Keith to the Oilers on July 12.

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The 2021 offseason is a short one as the new season is scheduled to begin in mid-October. Therefore, the expectation is that things will be fast and furious.

Sporting News is tracking every trade completed during the 2021 offseason.

NHL trade tracker 2021

DATE TEAM PLAYERS TEAM PLAYERS
July 28 Senators Nick Holden (D), 2022 third-round pick Golden Knights Evgenii Dadonov (F)
July 28 Hurricanes Ethan Bear (D) Oilers Warren Foegele (F)
July 28 Flames Nikita Zadorov (D) Blackhawks 2022 third-round pick
July 27 Blackhawks Tyler Johnson (F), 2023 second-round pick Lightning Brent Seabrook (D)
July 27 Jets Nate Schmidt (D) Canucks 2022 third-round pick
July 27 Avalanche Kurtis MacDermid (D) Kraken 2023 fourth-round pick
July 27 Blackhawks Marc-Andre Fleury (G) Golden Knights Mikael Hakkarainen (F)
July 26 Jets Brenden Dillon (D) Capitals 2022 second-round pick, 2023 second-round pick
July 26 Panthers 2023 seventh-round pick Coyotes Anton Stralman (D), Vladislav Kolyachonok (D), 2024 second-round pick
July 24 Panthers Sam Reinhart (F) Sabres Devon Levi (G), 2022 first-round pick
July 24 Blue Jackets Jakub Voracek (F) Flyers Cam Atkinson
July 24 Coyotes Cole Hults (D), Boko Imama (F) Kings Brayden Burke (F), Tyler Steenbergen (F)
July 23 Blue Jackets Jake Bean (D) Hurricanes 2021 second-round pick
July 23 Blue Jackets Adam Boqvist (D), 2021 first-round (12th overall), 2021 second-round pick (44th overall), 2022 first-round pick Blackhawks Seth Jones (D), 2021 first-round pick (32nd overall), 2022 sixth-round pick
July 23 Canucks Oliver Ekman-Larsson (D), Conor Garland (F) Coyotes Loui Eriksson (F), Antoine Roussel (F), Jay Beagle (F), 2021 first-round pick (9th overall), 2022 second-round pick, 2023 seventh-round pick
July 23 Rangers Sammy Blais (F), 2022 second-round pick Blues Pavel Buchnevich (F)
July 23 Flyers Rasmus Ristolainen (D) Sabres Robert Hagg (D), 2021 first-round pick (14th overall), 2023 second-round pick
July 22 Coyotes Shayne Gostisbehere (D), 2022 second-round pick, 2022 seventh-round pick Flyers
July 22 Red Wings Alex Nedeljkovic (G) Hurricanes Jonathan Bernier (G), 2021 third-round pick (94th overall)
July 22 Flames Tyler Pitlick (F) Kraken 2022 fourth-round pick
July 17 Canucks Jason Dickinson (F) Stars 2021 third-round pick
July 17 Sharks Adin Hill (G), 2022 seventh-round pick Coyotes Josef Korenar (G), 2022 second-round pick
July 17 Maple Leafs Jared McCann (F)* Penguins Filip Hallander (F), 2023 seventh-round pick
July 17 Rangers Barclay Goodrow (F) Lightning 2022 seventh-round pick
July 17 Rangers Nick DeSimone (D), 2022 fourth-round pick Golden Knights Brett Howden (F)
July 17 Flyers Ryan Ellis (D) Predators Philippe Myers (D), Nolan Patrick (F)
July 17 Coyotes Andrew Ladd (F), 2021 second-round pick, 2022 conditional second-round pick, 2023 conditional third-round pick Islanders
July 17 Predators Cody Glass (F) Golden Knights Nolan Patrick (F)
July 16 Red Wings Nick Leddy (D) Islanders Richard Panik (F), 2021 second-round pick
July 15 Devils Ryan Graves (D) Avalanche Mikhail Maltsev (F), 2021 second-round pick
July 14 Oilers Future considerations Hurricanes Dylan Wells (G)
July 12 Oilers Duncan Keith (D), Tim Soderlund (F) Blackhawks Caleb Jones (D), 2022 conditional pick
July 1 Kings Viktor Arvidsson (F) Predators 2021 second-round pick, 2022 third-round pick

*Selected by the Kraken in the expansion draft.

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