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Pens Points: Trade Deadline Edition

Too many trades to keep them all straight.

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Good morning and happy trade deadline to all,

The trade deadline is today, and even though there were many trades over the weekend, there are still teams looking to improve and players out there who can help them. Here's what's happened so far:

The Oilers have just traded Jeff Petry to Montreal for for 2015 2nd-round pick and a conditional 5th-rounder in 2015. [CBC]

The New York Rangers are clearly in an all-in, win-now mode. In three separate deals they acquired Keith Yandle, James Sheppard and Carl Klingberg. But will it haunt them tomorrow? [Blueshirt Banter]

Not to be outdone, the Capitals have acquired Tim Gleason and Curtis Glencross. [Washington Times]

Not to be outdone, the Blackhawks.acquired Kimmo Timonen from the Flyers and Antoine Vermette from the Coyotes. [Second City Hockey]

The Flyers aren't done selling, as in the wee hours of the morning Timonen's one-time partner Braydon Coburn was traded to the Tampa Bay Lightning for a couple of picks and Radko Gudas (who is out for this season0. [Broad Street Hockey]

The Red Wings acquired veteran Erik Cole from the Dallas Stars. [Detroit Free Press]

What can we expect from the Pens on deadline day? Traditionally we've been a very active team in the past. Is there one more trade in the making? [Hockey Buzz]

Exactly what is our current cap situation? Mike Colligan lays it all out. [The Hockey Writers]

Many questions on the Penguins, such as should Jim Rutherford engage in an arms race, and more. [The Pensblog]

Here are some NHL contracts that are as good as untradeable. These are not bad contracts, mind you, just excellent players on even better deals. [The Score]

If you want to stay updated on all the developments leading up to today's 3 PM deadline, the SBN NHL home page will be updated throughout the day. [SB Nation]

Also, draft pick board will be updated continually, given all the picks going back and forth. [ESPN]