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The veteran left winger is going to start playing alongside Bruins center David Krejci on the second line. It's a natural fit for Hall, given Krejci's excellent playmaking ability.  Florida Panthers Laptop Case

Beats the same old, same old for 56 games. This unique NHL season with all divisional play gives a vast majority of players traded at the deadline an added perk: A new set of opponents for the remainder of the season. San Jose Sharks Laptop Case

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Liam O'Brien had a big night as far as the penalty box was concerned. He fought Nicolas Deslauriers in the first period and then caused a ruckus with Sam Carrick late in the third, picking up 17 penalty minutes to Carrick’s 12 and Deslauriers seven.

What they should do: If they can find teams that want to trade for Bennett and Ryan, make those deals. The lack of goaltenders with expiring contracts available could make Rittich valuable, and the Flames should listen. But obviously the heavy lifting will come in the offseason, as Calgary takes a microscope to its core of players to see that -- finally -- it's time to move on from the Sean Monahan and Johnny Gaudreau era. Calgary Flames Laptop Case

Colorado is without veteran defenseman Erik Johnson. He has been limited to four games this season because of a lower-body injury. Buffalo Sabres Laptop Case

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They have a number of desirable players, but some are constrained by trade protection: Edler's no-move clause and Sutter's partial no-trade clause, primarily. (Then there's Travis Hamonic's no-move clause, but we didn't list him here because he's not waiving it for any team not located in Western Canada.) Also muddying the waters is health, as Tanner Pearson is currently out with an injury.

NHL teams looking to make a trade prior to the Stanley Cup Playoffs have until 3 p.m. ET on Monday, Apr. 12 to do so. The Toronto Maple Leafs, who currently hold first-place in the North Division, decided to add a big name veteran to their roster less than 24 hours before the deadline.

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