Just a few hours after the sharks made a big splash, the trading deadline for NHL is on the horizon.
On Monday, Sharks woke three points back by Calgary Flames to first place in the Pacific Division and Western Conference. They are much deeper than they were a day ago, but now the Flame (and the rest of the West) have a chance to respond.
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Will Calgary strengthen its already formidable forward-looking group? Can Nashville Predators and Winnipeg Jets land the missing piece up front? And how should Vegas Golden Knights create their encore?
Although Matt Duchene, Gustav Nyquist and Mats Zuccarello have new homes, there are plenty of exciting names that are still on the market. How many of them will get new addresses in the afternoon?
Enter the latest news, rumors and updates during the trading deadline before ending Monday at. ET:
The final figure for the trading trade 2018-19:
25 teams involved in trades
Keep involved in most trades:
WPG – 6
FLA – 4
CBJ – 3
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– CapFriendly (@CapFriendly) February 25, 2019  Mark Stone was the biggest name to move, and Nashville Predators gave their squad a mini-makeover. Sharks & # 39; top nine forward-looking are as good as any, and the Western Conference looks like a dog sled down the line.
1:12 p.m. PT: In a conference call with journalists, Shark's general manager Doug Wilson said that the defender Erik Karlsson is day to day. He also did not want to comment on the status of Karlsson's extension.
Wilson refused to comment on contract negotiations for Erik Karlsson. He called Karlsson's injury a "minor tweak" and his status "day to day."