BINGHAMTON (WBNG) - NHL teams were wheeling and dealing Monday afternoon up until 3 p.m. when the market close and the NHL trade deadline hit. The New York Rangers continued its rebuild, bidding farewell to its captain Ryan McDonagh. The Buffalo Sabres finally traded Evander Kane and the New Jersey Devils added Patrick Maroon to its playoff push.
Trade - New York Rangers receive: LW Vladislav Namestnikov, C Brett Howden, D Libor Hajek, 2018 1st-round pick and 2019 conditional 2nd-round pick
Tampa Bay Lightning receive: D Ryan McDonagh, C J.T. Miller
McDonagh spent eight seasons with the Rangers. Its the only organization he has played for in the NHL. Namestnikov has 44 points including 20 goals this season.
Trade - New York Rangers receive: D Chris Bigras
Colorado Avalanche receive: D Ryan Graves
Trade - Buffalo Sabres receive: C Danny O'Regan, 2019 conditional 1st-round pick and 2020 conditional 4th-round pick
San Jose Sharks receive: LW Evander Kane
Kane spent three seasons with Buffalo, often involved in trade rumors. O'Regan played college hockey at Boston University where he was on the same line as Buffalo's Jack Eichel.
Trade - New Jersey Devils receive: LW Patrick Maroon
Edmonton Oilers receive: C J.D. Dudek, 2019 3rd-round pick
Maroon is in his seventh season at the NHL level. He has 30 points this season and set a career-high in goals last year with 27.