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1. Washington Capitals. Nice depth move to land Sabres’ Weber, who was having solid season. (1)

2. Dallas Stars. Lindy still has issues in net with both Niemi and Lehtonen. (3)

3. Chicago Blackhawks. They’re all in again, hoping to head down Dynasty Road come June. (2)

4. St. Louis Blues. Injuries, little cap space may make for quiet deadline. (4)

5. Florida Panthers. Two goals for Barkov in return from injured list. (5)

6. New York Rangers. Lots of chatter they might move Kreider rather than re-sign him.(6)

7. Los Angeles Kings. Could use another jet on the wing, especially with Gaborik on the shelf. (8)

8. Anaheim Ducks. So hot that struggles of two months ago seem like two years ago. (9)

9. Tampa Bay Lightning. Drouin verdict one of Deadline Day’s most compelling tales. (14)

10. Boston Bruins. If they don’t sign Eriksson, he’s getting dealt. (10)

11. New York Islanders. Have allowed just six goals in last five games, best defensive stretch since 2002. (7)

12. Nashville Predators. After a middling season, Rinne’s blazing last four starts: 3-0-1, 0.98, .969. (16)

13. Detroit Red Wings. Alums took plenty of good-natured boos in Denver game. Or were they? (12)

14. San Jose Sharks. Just zero explanation for futility against Sabres. (11)

15. Pittsburgh Penguins. Six-year, $24.4 million extension for Maatta could set bar for Ristolainen. (13)

16. Colorado Avalanche. Bizarre warm weather plagued outdoor rink maintenance. (17)

17. New Jersey Devils. Falling out of race after getting outscored, 10-1, in consecutive losses. (15)

18. Carolina Hurricanes. Tough dilemma: Trade Staal or keep pushing for playoffs? (18)

19. Philadelphia Flyers. Miraculous last-second save by old friend Neuvirth stymies Wild. (20)

20. Minnesota Wild. Won first four under Torchetti, then dropped next three. (19)

21. Ottawa Senators. Need more talent around Karlsson. (23)

22. Montreal Canadiens. The For Sale sign has gone up. (22)

23. Vancouver Canucks. Eight points back, they could use some of those 12 loser points to be wins. (24)

24. Arizona Coyotes. Got big haul last year for Vermette, hope to do same for Boedker. (21)

25. Columbus Blue Jackets. Are 6-1-3 in last 10 – with only regulation loss coming against Sabres. (28).

26. Buffalo Sabres. Fate of McGinn, Johnson & Co. all up to Trader Tim. (26)

27. Calgary Flames. Season has no chance with only nine road wins. (25)

28. Winnipeg Jets. Coerced captain’s ransom from Hawks to rent Ladd. (27)

29. Toronto Maple Leafs. Tank train in full motion. A year late. (30)

30. Edmonton Oilers. With McLellan’s patience running out, parts of the failed core will go come June. (29)

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