NHL trade deadline tracker: Latest rumors, news, updates for 2022 deadline day

We are hours away from the clock striking midnight 3 p.m. for teams to finalize a trade before the NHL trade deadline. 

NHL general managers have just under 15 hours in order to improve their team now or help build the franchise’s future. 

It’s one of the craziest days of the hockey season, with players all of a sudden getting sent from one franchise to another. Teams that are eyeing a Stanley Cup have an opportunity to give up draft picks and prospects to get players that help the club win now, while other teams can sell of pending free agents, getting value in return for someone that was going to walk away for nothing in the summer. 

The madness has already begun with a number of notable names having been moved ahead of Monday, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t more deals to be made. 

So buckle in folks, and let Sporting News keep you updated on all the latest rumors and trades. 

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NHL trade deadline 2022: Tracking the latest news, rumors

(All times Eastern)

7:50 a.m. — Karel Vejmelka is off the trade board, as the Coyotes have given the goaltender a three-year extension

7:30 a.m. — Sounds like Andrew Cogliano will be on the move today as the Sharks shop the pending free agent forward

5:35 a.m. — Nathan Beaulieu is headed from the Jets to the Penguins for a conditional seventh-round pick

Midnight — Here’s a quick breakdown of a few of the big trades that occurred over the weekend:

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Midnight — Before the Monday madness begins, here’s a look at the trades that happened over the last week leading up to the deadline. 

Full list of NHL trade deadline deals

March 21 Penguins Nathan Beaulieu Jets Conditional 7th-round pick
March 20 Jets Mason Appleton Kraken 2023 4th-round pick
March 20 Stars Scott Wedgewood (G) Coyotes 2023 4th-round pick
March 20 Predators Jeremy Lauzon (D) Kraken 2022 2nd-round pick
March 20 Coyotes Rights to Jack McBain (F) Wild  2022 3rd-round pick
March 20 Lightning Nick Paul (F) Senators Mathieu Joseph (F), 2024 4th-round pick
March 20 Maple Leafs Mark Giordano (D), Colin Blackwell (F) Kraken 2022 2nd-round pick, 2023 2nd-round pick, 2024 3rd-round pick
March 20 Canucks Travis Dermott (D) Maple Leafs 2022 3rd-round pick
March 20 Kings Troy Stetcher (D) Red Wings 2022 7th-round pick
March 20 Senators Travis Hamonic (D) Canucks 2022 3rd-round pick
March 20 Panthers Robert Hagg (D) Sabres 2022 6th-round pick
March 19 Panthers Claude Giroux (F), Connor Bunnaman (F), German Rubstov (F), 2024 5th-round pick Flyers Owen Tippett (F), 2024 1st-round pick, 2023 3rd-round pick
March 19 Bruins Hampus Lindholm (D), Kodie Curran (D) Ducks Urho Vaakanainen (D), John Moore (D), 2022 1st-round pick, 2023 2nd-round pick, 2023 2nd-round pick
March 19 Wild Nicolas Deslauriers (F) Ducks 2023 3rd-round pick
March 16 Lightning Brandon Hagel (F), 2022 4th-round pick, 2024 4th-round pick Blackhawks Boris Katchouk (F), Taylor Raddysh (F), 2023 1st-round pick and 2024 1st-round pick 
March 16 Flames Calle Jarnkrok (F) Kraken 2022 2nd-round pick, 2023 3rd-round pick, 2024 7th-round pick
March 16 Panthers Ben Chiarot (D) Canadiens Ty Smilanic (F), 2023 1st-round pick, 2022 4th-round pick
March 16 Rangers Frank Vatrano (F) Panthers 2022 4th-round pick
March 15 Avalanche Nico Sturm (F) Wild Tyson Jost (F)
March 14 Avalanche Josh Manson (D) Ducks Drew Helleson (D), 2023 2nd-round pick
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