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NHL trade due date: History of first-round draft picks dealt for players

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Leading into the Feb. 24 NHL trade due date, a term you’ll typically hear is “market price.”

While basic supervisors and their particular personnel examine skill in a different way, the return one gamer obtains for a team in one trade, and what players have actually cost at previous trade due dates, goes a long method in notifying future relocations.

TRADE TRACKER 2020: List of deals finished prior to the due date

First-round picks are normally a quite high rate to pay in a package for any gamer. Over the past years, they have actually gradually been consisted of in less trade due date offers. This season, players like Chris Kreider, who is on an ending agreement and would make up as a rental acquisition, has actually been reported to cost a first-round choice plus extra possessions.

To get a sense of who might gather a first-round choice in a trade this season on Monday, Sporting News has a look back at players who have actually cost that rate at past due dates.

2019 trades

– The New york city Rangers traded Kevin Hayes to the Winnipeg Jets for Brendan Lemieux, a 2019 first-round choice and a 2022 conditional 4th-round choice.

2018 trades

– The Chicago Blackhawks traded Ryan Hartman and a 2018 5th-round choose to the Nashville Predators for Victor Ejdsell, a 2018 first-round choice and a 2018 4th-round choice.

– The St. Louis Blues traded Paul Stastny to the Winnipeg Jets for a 2018 first-round choice and the rights to Erik Foley.

– The Buffalo Sabres traded Evander Kane to the San Jose Sharks for a 2019 conditional first-round choice, a 2019 4th-round choice and Dan O’Regan.

– The Detroit Red Wings traded Tomas Tatar to the Vegas Golden Knights for a 2018 first-round choice, a 2019 second-round choice and a 2021 3rd-round choice.

– The New york city Rangers traded Ryan McDonagh and J.T. Miller to the Tampa Bay Lightning for Vladislav Namestnikov, Libor Hajek, Brett Howden, a 2018 first-round choice and a 2019 conditional first-round choice

2017 trades

– The St. Louis Blues traded Kevin Shattenkirk and Pheonix Copley to the Washington Capitals for a 2017 first-round choice, 2019 conditional second-round choice, Zach Sanford and Brad Malone.

– The Arizona Coyotes traded Martin Hanzal, Ryan White and a 2017 4th-round choose to the Minnesota Wild for a 2017 first-round choice, a 2018 second-round choice, a 2019 conditional choice and Grayson Downing.

2016 trades

– The Chicago Blackhawks traded Andrew Ladd, Jay Harrison and Matt Fraser to the Winnipeg Jets for a 2016 first-round choice, Marko Dano and a 2018 conditional 3rd-round choice.

2015 trades

– The Philadelphia Flyers traded Braydon Coburn to the Tampa Bay Lightning for a 2015 first-round choice, Radko Gudas and a 2015 conditional 3rd-round choice

2014 trades

– The Tampa Bay Lightning traded Martin St. Louis to the New York City Rangers for a 2015 first-round choice, Ryan Callahan and a 2014 conditional second-round choice

– The Buffalo Sabres traded Ryan Miller and Steve ott to the St. Louis Blues for a 2015 first-round choice, Jaroslav Halak, Chris Stewart, William Provider and a 2016 conditional 3rd-round choice.

– The Buffalo Sabres traded Thomas Vanek to the New York City Islanders for a 2014 first-round choice, Matt Moulson and a 2015 second-round choice.

2013 trades

– The Calgary Flames traded Jay Bouwmeester to the St. Louis Blues for a 2013 or 2014 first-round choice, Reto Berra, Mark Cudari and a 2013 conditional 4th-round choice.

– The Calgary Flames traded Jarome Iginla to the Pittsburgh Penguins for a 2013 first-round choice, and the rights to Kenneth Agostino and Ben Hanowski.

2012 trades

– The Buffalo Sabres traded Paul Gaustad and a 4th-round choose to the Nashville Predators for a 2012 first-round choice

– The Columbus Blue Jackets traded Jeff Carter to the Los Angeles Kings for a conditional first-round choice and Jack Johnson.

– The Tampa Bay Lightning traded Kyle Quincey to the Tampa Bay Lightning for a 2012 first-round choice and Sebastien Piche.

2011 trades

– The Edmonton Oilers traded Dustin Penner to the Los Angeles Kings for a 2011 first-round choice, a 2012 3rd-round choice and Colton Teubert.

– The Colorado Avalanche traded Kevin Shattenkirk, Chris Stewart and a 2011 or 2012 second-round choose to the St. Louis Blues for a 2011 or 2012 first-round choice, Erik Johnson and Jay McClement.

– The Boston Bruins traded Tomas Kaberle to the Toronto Maple Leafs for a 2011 first-round choice, a conditional 2012 second-round choice and Joe Colborne.

– The Toronto Maple Leafs traded Kris Versteeg to the Philadelphia Flyers for a 2011 first-round choice and a 2011 3rd-round choice.

– The Ottawa Senators traded Mike Fisher to the Nashville Predators for a 2011 first-round choice and a conditional 2012 choice.

2010 trades

– The Atlanta Thrashers traded Ilya Kovalchuk and Anssi Salmela to the New Jersey Devils for a 2010 first-round choice, Johnny Oduya, Niclas Bergfors and Patrice Cormier.

2009 trades

– The Arizona Coyotes trade Olli Jokinen and a 3rd-round choose to the Calgary Flames for a 2009 or 2010 first-round choice, Matthew Lombardi and Brandon Prust.

– The New York City Islanders trade Mike Comrie and Chris Campoli to the Ottawa Senators for a 2009 first-round choice and Dean McAmmond.

2008 trades

– The Atlanta Thrashers trade Marian Hossa and Pascal Dupuis to the Pittsburgh Penguins for a 2008 first-round choice, Colby Armstrong, Erik Christensen and Angelo Esposito.

– The Buffalo Sabres trade Brian Campbell and a 2008 seventh-round choose to the San Jose Sharks for a 2008 first-round choice and Steve Bernier.

2007 trades

– The Phoenix Coyotes trade Ladislav Nagy to the Dallas Stars for a 2007 first-round choice and Mathias Tjarnqvist.

– The Philadelphia Flyers trade Peter Forsberg to the Nashville Predators a 2007 first-round choice, Scottie Upshall, Ryan Moms And Dad and a 2007 3rd-round choice.

– The Tampa Bay Lightning trade Shane O’Brien and a 2007 3rd-round choose to the Anaheim Ducks for a 2007 first-round choice and Gerald Coleman.

– The St. Louis Blues trade Keith Tkachuk to the Atlanta Thrashers for a 2007 first-round choice, a 2007 3rd-round choice, a 2008 second-round choice and a conditional 2008 first-round choice.

– The Montreal Canadiens trade Craig Rivet and a 2007 5th-round choose to the San Jose Sharks for a 2007 first-round choice ( Max Pacioretty) and Josh Gorges.

– The St. Louis Blues trade Expense Geurin to the San Jose Sharks for a 2007 first-round choice, Villie Nieminen and Jay Barriball

– The Washington Capitals trade Dainius Zubrus and Timo Helbling to the Buffalo Sabres for a 2007 first-round choice and Jiri Novotny

– The Los Angeles Kings trade Mattias Norstrom, Konstantin Pushkarev and a 2007 3rd-round choose to the Dallas Stars for a 2008 first-round choice, Jaroslav Modry, Johan Fransson and a 2007 3rd-round choice.

– The Edmonton Oilers trade Ryan Smyth to the New York City Islanders for a 2007 first-round choice, Robert Nilsson and Ryan O’Marr.

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