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Bleacher Report : reported that Predicting the Biggest Buyers at the 2017 NHL Trade Deadline

according to The following predicts the NHL clubs that could be the biggest buyers at this year’s trade deadline.
1 of 9Gene J. Puskar/Associated PressAs the NHL’s March 1 trade deadline approaches, playoff contenders could become buyers in hopes of bolstering their rosters.
Each potential buyer has their reasons to get into the trade market.
Bubble teams, such as the Toronto Maple Leafs, might be in the market for players to help them secure a postseason berth.
We’ll examine the reasons why they could go shopping and the players that could be on their radar.

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NHL Trade Buzz: Cam Fowler likely staying with Ducks

NHL Trade Buzz: Cam Fowler likely staying with Ducks

Welcome to the NHL Trade Buzz.
There are nine days remaining until the 2017 NHL Trade Deadline (3 p.m.
Pittsburgh PenguinsSo where might Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford turn for help this time?
Carolina’s current general manager is Ron Francis, who played eight seasons with the Penguins during a Hall of Fame career.
Video: COL@ANA: Fowler wires a quick shot past Pickard”I knew coming into this season, Bob had some decisions to make,” Fowler said.

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2017 NHL Trade Deadline: Arizona Coyotes trade Michael Stone to Calgary Flames for draft picks

Given Stone’s familiarity with former Coyotes assistant general manager and current Flames general manager Brad Treliving, it’s entirely possible that Stone might opt to stay in Calgary.
A third round selection (69th overall) in 2008, Stone played two additional seasons in the WHL before joining Arizona’s AHL affiliate.
Two sources are reporting that Michael Stone of the Arizona Coyotes has been traded to the Calgary Flames in exchange for a third round pick and a conditional fifth round pick in 2018.
Arizona receives the fifth rounder if Stone re-signs with the Flames this offseason.
Perhaps this move will set off a flurry of other moves as the Coyotes try to stay ahead of other possible sellers on the trade market.

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