March 30, 2023

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Smashing all the moves on Friday

After preparing for NHL Trade Deadline Day, Friday wasn’t exactly an eventful one.

According to Cap FriendlyOver 40 deals were concluded in the two weeks leading up to the deadline day. In the past 10 years, the site said, the limit was 20. Last season, there were 33 deals on Deadline Day. This year has been quiet…

The Red Wings traded Jacob Vrana to the Blues in a transition between the two teams on the outside of the playoff picture, but the Wild, Penguins and Devils were among those looking to cement a playoff push with their acquisitions before 3 p.m. EST. There was also a player barely It traded, but ended up staying.

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Anaheim Ducks defenseman John Klingberg is a suspended unrestricted free agent.

USA TODAY Sports’ Mike Bremm tracked and analyzed deadline day moves.

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Here’s a report on the trades that occurred before the deadline day.

James van Riemsdyk is still a flyer

General Manager Chuck Fletcher said he had received an offer from another team at 1:40 PM ET, but that it was contingent on the other team moving forward. When that didn’t happen, he said, the deal was done. Van Riemsdyk will be out of the NFL this summer. The Flyers moved Zach McQueen to the Kings and Patrick Brown to the Senators.

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