Stats: GP:61 G:10 A:32 P:42
Cost of Acquisition: High
New York is going full fire sale with its veteran players, and Zuccarello is no exception. The short, fleet-footed winger has scored at least 15 goals in his last four campaigns and would be a great weapon to add to any contender’s forward group. If you’re looking for speed and scoring, Zuccarello fits the bill.
Stats: GP:47 G:3 A:10 P:13
Cost of Acquisition: Low/Medium
When the Ottawa Senators acquired Ian Cole from the Pittsburgh Penguins in the deal that sent Brassard to Pittsburgh it was made clear that they intend on flipping him right away for another pick/prospect. Ian Cole’s stats aren’t amazing by any means but he brings flexibility to the line up and can play in the top 4 when needed. Cole is a good penalty killer and has a good first pass on exits out of the zone. On a contending team he’s most likely a bottom pairing defenseman but will still draw lots of interest from teams wanting to add depth to their back end this trade deadline.
Stats: GP:61 G:5 A:22 P:27
Cost of Acquisition: Medium/High
Connected Teams: VAN
The Arizona Coyotes are listening to calls on Max Domi. He broke into the league with a fantastic season getting 52 points in his rookie campaign. This year hasn’t been great for Domi and it is believed that a change of scenery could fix that which is why teams are calling. At just 22 years old Domi has a ton of room for growth and any team looking for a young winger should be making a call.