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Penguins trying to keep focus ahead of NHL trade deadline quoting : Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

As it stated in If Fehr is not claimed by another NHL team by noon Wednesday, the Penguins would be able to send him to AHL Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.
Coach Mike Sullivan said the Penguins have been pleased with Fehr’s game recently, and the move was primarily done to give the Penguins some roster and financial flexibility in advance of Wednesday’s trade deadline.
Even though the division-rival Capitals acquired defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk Monday night, it didn’t make many waves in the Penguins’ locker room.
Letang missed the Penguins’ 4-2 win against the Flyers Saturday, and had been considered day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Letang hangs backDefenseman Kris Letang did not travel with the Penguins on their road trip to Dallas and Chicago this week.

Penguins trying to keep focus ahead of NHL trade deadline

referring to Here are some of the latest trade rumors from around the NHL leading up to the trade deadline:* Justin Faulk available?
The NHL trade deadline for the 2016-17 season is Wednesday, March 1 at 3 p.m. EST, when any potential deals will need to be submitted to the league.
Martin Hanzal, Ben Bishop traded* Kevin Shattenkirk vetoes deal; Dennis Wideman on the move?
The Coyotes brought back the Wild’s first-round pick in 2017, their second-round pick in 2018 and a conditional pick in 2019.
The Lightning also sent forward Brian Boyle to the Toronto Maples Leafs for a 2017 second-round pick and forward Bryon Froese.

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NHL trade deadline exciting for fans, less so for players

(Photo: Paul Sancya, AP)The NHL trade deadline is 3 p.m.
“You have to make sure all the trade calls to central registry are completed and you aren’t going to get that last-minute whammy.”The trade deadline has evolved into a hockey holiday.
“It’s hard not to.”The last-place Red Wings have qualified for the playoffs for 25 consecutive seasons, meaning they are usually buyers.
“It’s not a great time of year for players,” Weight said.
New York Islanders interim coach Doug Weight, traded four times in his career, says players use gallows humor to relieve the tension.

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