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NHL 4/4/2013



Anaheim Ducks

667688 Ryan Getzlaf, Teemu Selanne lead Ducks to win over Stars

667689 Ducks make moves as deals materialize close to the trading deadline

667690 Final: Ducks 5, Stars 2

667691 Getzlaf makes the best moves in Ducks victory

667692 DUCKS 5, DALLAS 2: Ducks make deal with Phoenix for center Lombardi



Boston Bruins

667693 Patrice Bergeron of Bruins diagnosed with moderate concussion

667694 Devils thumbnails

667695 Wade Redden acquired by Bruins

667696 Wade Redden to travel to Boston Thursday, doubtful for game

667697 Bruins acquire Wade Redden from St. Louis

667698 Bruins trade Max Sauve to Chicago for Rob Flick

667699 Patrice Bergeron has concussion

667700 Bruins add D Wade Redden to the mix

667701 Wade Redden adds to depth on ‘D’

667702 NHL deadline nears to pick up play

Buffalo Sabres

667703 Sabres continue to clean house

667704 Regier cleaning up his own mess is messed up

667705 Flurry of deals occur at deadline following relatively quiet day

667706 Sabres' Regier reiterates need to focus past this season on deadline day

667707 Larsson's 'weird day' starts with leaving Wild's morning skate, ends with Sabres and Amerks

667708 With trade to Sens, Canisius' Conacher gains in standings, gets earlier trip back to Buffalo

667709 Regier puts focus on rebuilding Sabres' foundation with trade of Pominville (with audio)

667710 Sabres' Larsson, known as 'The Bull,' has shown improvement as scorer

667711 Sabres trade Jason Pominville to Minnesota for prospects Johan Larsson, Matt Hackett, two picks

667712 Tampa trades former Canisius star Conacher to Ottawa for goaltender; Sens visit Buffalo on Friday

667713 List of Sabres' deadline deals under Darcy Regier

667714 Buffalo Sabres trade captain Jason Pominville to Wild for prospects, picks

Calgary Flames

667715 Flames goalie Miikka Kiprusoff to stay in Calgary: sources

667716 Flames flattened by Oilers in embarrassing defensive display

667717 Johnson: Flames won’t be content with a lengthy rebuild

667718 Veteran not overly surprised by the deal, given that his contract was expiring

667719 Feaster rebuffs nearly every team on the Curtis Glencross front

667720 Kiprusoff nixed trade to Leafs after experiencing ‘doubts’ he should leave Calgary

667721 Flames deal Blake Comeau to Blue Jackets

667722 Game Story: Edmonton Oilers 8, Calgary Flames 2

667723 Calgary Flames trade Blake Comeau to the Columbus Blue Jackets for a draft pick

667724 Miikka Kiprusoff to stay with the Calgary Flames, but he won't be starting for tonight's tilt against the Oile

667725 Flames ship Comeau to Columbus

667726 Flames playoff goal delusional

667727 Flames aim for quick rebuild

667728 Flames honour Kipper's wish to stay in Calgary

Flames Continued

667729 Flames lose ugly one to young Oilers

667730 Flames prospect up for Hobey Baker

667731 Not everyone was available on trade-deadline day for Flames

667732 Flames must avoid past mistakes

Carolina Hurricanes

667733 Canes' GM Rutherford insists season is not over

667734 DeCock: Canes are stuck in NHL's neutral

667735 Canes trade Jokinen to Penguins

667736 Broken heel bone sidelines Pitkanen

Chicago Blackhawks

667737 Hawks stand pat

667738 Thursday's matchup: Blues at Blackhawks

667739 Hossa expected back vs. Blues, but Sharp still out

667740 No. 2 center still the Hawks' No. 1 need

667741 Blackhawks' Bowman: Any trade 'would have to make sense'

667742 Corey is the story for Blackhawks from here on out in net

667743 Marian Hossa will return against Blues: ‘No reason to wait longer’

667744 Handzus about to find out how much things have changed

667745 No more deals for Hawks at deadline

667746 Bowman: 'We believe in the group we have here'

667747 Hossa in, Sharp out vs. Blues

667748 Sauve joins Blackhawks, Flick sent to Boston

667749 Hawks set to face revamped Blues on CSN



Colorado Avalanche

667750 Ryan O'Byrne traded by Avalanche to Toronto for 4th-round pick in 2014

667751 Avalanche makes minor trade; others seem likely as NHL deadline nears

Columbus Blue Jackets

667752 Bold move brings ‘explosive player’ to Blue Jackets

667753 Michael Arace commentary: Surprising deal gives Jackets new look

667754 Blue Jackets notebook: Familiar names depart

667755 Blue Jackets, Predators at a glance

667756 New digits

667757 NHL: Big trading day for Blue Jackets

Dallas Stars

667758 Sherrington: One head coach from the Stars’ past that I wouldn’t be averse to bringing back…

667759 Stars send Jordie Benn, Colton Sceviour back to AHL

667760 Heika: Stars' youngsters get chance, but youthful mistakes hurt in loss to Ducks

667761 Stephane Robidas having tough time finding 'good stuff' in Stars' third straight loss

667762 Stars' Eric Nystrom still hoping to come to terms on a contract extension

667765 Ducks fear Stars’ unknown quality, but still roll 5-2

Detroit Red Wings

667766 Red Wings' Todd Bertuzzi getting closer to return, will go on trip

667767 Red Wings stand pat at trade deadline: 'Didn't get it done'

667768 Red Wings' Darren Helm cleared to push harder in rehab

667769 Star defenseman Jacob Trouba leaves Michigan for Jets

667770 Helene St. James: With no big-money deal, Red Wings GM Ken Holland banks on future

667771 It's a quiet deadline day for Wings, but they're happy with their team

667772 Red Wings talk, but don't pull trigger on trade deadline day

667773 Red Wings coach Mike Babcock comfortable with roster as team continues playoff push

667774 Red Wings GM Ken Holland made offers for couple of players but couldn't get deal done at deadline

667775 Red Wings stand pat at trade deadline, as cost for top-six forward and top-four defenseman too high

667776 Red Wings' Henrik Zetterberg expects to play Thursday; Damien Brunner sits out practice, is day-to-day

667777 Did Detroit Red Wings' Pavel Datsyuk reveal future plans in Tweet to Tigers' ace Justin Verlander?

667778 Red Wings’ defenseman ready to shoulder the load

667779 No trades for Red Wings

667780 GOPHER HEADS SOUTH: Nick Bjugstad to Join Florida Panthers, Make NHL Debut on Saturday

667781 BIG ADDITION ON TRADE DAY: Panthers Ink Nick Bjugstad; Former Gopher to Make NHL Debut Saturday ... Smithson D

Edmonton Oilers

667782 Edmonton Oilers score eight unanswered goals to smother flickering Flames

667783 Edmonton Oilers Game Day — No time to inhale as intact line-up kicks off key road trip in Calgary

667784 Edmonton Oilers GM Steve Tambellini tweaks roster on NHL trade deadline day, nothing more

667785 UPDATE: Edmonton Oilers acquire centre Jerred Smithson from Florida Panthers

667786 Trade Deadline Day — Who among the Edmonton Oilers might be on the block?

667787 Edmonton Oilers’ D-man Ryan Whitney gets Gordie Howe hat-trick

667789 Edmonton Oilers make one trade deadline deal, acquiring Jerred Smithson from Florida Panthers for a fourth rou

667790 Edmonton Oilers battle back from two-goal deficit to down Calgary Flames 8-2

667791 Edmonton Oilers GM Steve Tambellini ‘happy’ that he decided not to trade defenceman Ryan Whitney

667792 Edmonton Oilers avoid moving any bodies out at NHL trade deadline

667793 Edmonton Oilers moves to fill in periphery roles long overdue

667794 Centre Jerred Smithson ‘excited’ to join Edmonton Oilers

Florida Panthers

667795 Florida Panthers bring Nick Bjugstad onboard

667796 Panthers sign C Nick Bjugstad; trade C Jerred Smithson

Los Angeles Kings

667797 Kings consider Robyn Regehr more than a rental

667798 Dean Lombardi interview transcript, video

667799 Lombardi addresses Mitchell injury

667800 April 3 practice quotes: Robyn Regehr

667801 April 3 practice quotes: Darryl Sutter

667802 Quiet deadline day for Kings

667803 Matt Greene practices

667804 LAKings.com feature: Up, Up and Away

667805 Waking up with the Kings: April 3



Minnesota Wild

667806 Wild GM Chuck Fletcher: "We’re no longer a seller"

667807 Wild making calls, has shown interest in Buffalo's Jason Pominville

667808 Wild has acquired Buffalo Sabres captain Jason Pominville

667809 Heatley injured as Wild loses sloppily for third time in four games

667810 Sloppy Wild loses 4-2 to Sharks; Heatley injured

667811 Gameday preview: Wild-Los Angeles

667812 Wild deals prospects, draft picks for Sabres captain Pominville

667813 Trade sends vote of confidence to Wild players

667814 Former Minnesota Wild star Marian Gaborik traded to Columbus

667815 Minnesota Wild pick up Jason Pominville in trade with Buffalo

667816 Minnesota Wild's rally goes for naught in loss to Sharks



Montreal Canadiens

667817 In the Habs' Room: 'Flyers played hard'

667818 Flyers post comeback win over Habs

667819 Bergevin talked trade, for naught

667820 ‘I like the chemistry on this team’: Therrien

667821 Current and former stars will shine at first Habathon

667822 About last night …

667823 No trades for Habs, but team signs prospect Danny Kristo

667824 Price burns 2,336 calories in a game; Drewiske will face Flyers

Nashville Predators

667825 Nashville Predators trade Martin Erat to Washington Capitals

667826 Nashville Predators trade Scott Hannan to San Jose Sharks

667827 Nashville Predators trade Martin Erat for top prospect

667828 Nick Spaling diary: Every game, every point is huge now

667829 Western Conference update

667830 Preview: Predators vs. Columbus Blue Jackets

667831 Nashville Predators taking more shots, but not always winning

667832 Josh Cooper's hat trick

667833 Predators unload a veteran in advance of NHL trade deadline

667834 In search of more offense, Predators trade away one of their all-time leading scorers

667835 Erat eager for his opportunity with a new team, says 'I just want to win'



New Jersey Devils

667836 Devils bring back Steve Sullivan 16 years after Doug Gilmour trade

667837 Devils acquire Steve Sullivan from Phoenix Coyotes

667838 Devils: Marek Zidlicky missed practice for family issue, will play in Boston

667839 Devils, with trade deadline looming, prepare to face Boston Bruins

667841 Devils bring back Steve Sullivan in only deadline-day trade

667842 NHL Power Rankings: Penguins, Ducks and Blackhawks get better at trade deadline, which is bad news for the re

New York Islanders

667843 Islanders don't want to disturb chemistry, stand pat

667844 Rookie Anders Lee makes good first impression on Islanders

New York Rangers

667845 Trade Deadline Day: Rangers Send Gaborik to Columbus

667846 Rangers Deal Gaborik to Columbus

667847 After Hasty Hellos, New Rangers Make Quick Work of Penguins

667848 NY Rangers send Marian Gaborik to Columbus Blue Jackets as NHL trade deadline expires

667849 Full NHL trade deadline transactions list, led by NY Rangers sending Marian Gaborik to Columbus Blue Jackets

667850 NY Rangers trade Marian Gaborik to Columbus Blue Jackets in exchange for Derick Brassard, Derek Dorsett, John

667851 Marc Staal has been working out at MSG Training Center; NY Rangers assign Chris Kreider, J.T. Miller, Jesper F

667852 After trade of Marian Gaborik, Rangers' newcomers step up in rout of Penguins

667853 Rangers’ Gaborik shipped to Blue Jackets

667854 Hurt wrist sidelines Rangers’ Miller

667855 It’s on Tortorella to make revamped Blueshirts work

667856 Newest Rangers key lopsided win

667857 Rangers notes: Ryane Clowe makes Blueshirts debut

667858 Rangers rout Penguins, 6-1, as newcomers lead the way

667859 Rangers trade Marian Gaborik to Columbus

667861 Trade deadline additions Clowe, Brassard and Moore stand out in Rangers' 6-1 win

667862 Penguins at Rangers.

667863 RANGERS ACQUIRE DERICK BRASSARD, DEREK DORSETT, JOHN MOORE, AND A SIXTH ROUND DRAFT PICK IN 2014

667864 Rangers deal Marian Gaborik to the Blue Jackets (updated)

667865 Trade deadline today; Penguins at Rangers tonight (7:30 NBC start)

667866 Rangers-Penguins & trade deadline in review

667867 Rangers 6, Penguins 1: Post-game notes, quotes

NHL

667868 Ben Bishop traded for Cory Conacher: Senators goaltender ‘sad’ to leave playoff team

667869 Five reasons the NHL trade deadline could be a dud

667870 The Ones Not Traded: Goalies Luongo and Kiprusoff



Ottawa Senators

667871 Senators take a skate break on deadline day

667872 Senators trade Ben Bishop to Lightning

667873 Senators fielding offers for Bishop on deadline day

667874 Scanlan: Bishop deal should help both clubs

667875 Compelling Conacher brings grit, skill

667876 Senators goaltender Craig Anderson ready to return to action

667877 Senators send Bishop to Tampa for Conacher, draft pick



Philadelphia Flyers

667878 Philadelphia Flyers' Zac Rinaldo leaves game with lower-body injury

667879 Flyers trade for goalie Steve Mason

667880 Mason happy to be joining Flyers

667881 Flyers defenseman Nick Grossmann gets work in

667882 Flyers claim Hall

667883 Is Keith Yandle a Flyers possibility?

667884 Mild surprise as Flyers acquire goaltender Steve Mason

667885 A game of firsts as Flyers rally to beat Canadiens

667886 Flyers hould resist urge to amnesty Ilya Bryzgalov

667887 Flyers storm back late and beat Canadiens

667888 Flyers rally for third straight win

667889 PARENT: Trades show Flyers are looking for cap space

667890 Flyers swap Michael Leighton for Blue Jackets’ Steve Mason

667891 Win, new goalie have Flyers looking toward the future

667892 Flyers claim Hall off waivers

667893 Instant Replay: Flyers 5, Canadiens 3

667894 Flyers keep core of young players intact as deadline passes

667895 Flyers acquire goalie Steve Mason from Columbus

667896 Flyers claim forward Adam Hall off waivers



Flyers Continued

667897 Flyers staying alive, vying for season-best streak

667898 Flyers-Canadiens: What you need to know

667899 Couturier scores first in Flyers win

667900 Notes: Flyers' Plan B is a goaltender

667901 Flyers: 'Comeback kids' grab another late victory



Phoenix Coyotes

667902 Phoenix Coyotes decide time to sell is now, even with playoff hopes still flickering

667903 Phoenix Coyotes trade away Raffi Torres, Matthew Lombardi and Steve Sullivan

667904 Slow start builds to a fast finish at the trade deadline for Coyotes

667905 Uncertainty looms for Coyotes on trade deadline day

667906 LaBarbera finds comfort zone for Coyotes



Pittsburgh Penguins

667907 Listless Penguins drop 2nd consecutive game

667908 Penguins notebook: Crosby endures another dental procedure

667909 Behind the scenes: Following the big Penguins trade

667910 Penguins add Carolina forward Jokinen

667911 Second loss in a row as Rangers defeat Penguins, 6-1

667912 Penguins continue to deal, add forward Jokinen from Carolina

667913 Penguins Notebook: Jokinen deal adds depth at forward

667914 Hungry newcomers lead desperate Rangers past Penguins, 6-1

San Jose Sharks

667915 Hockeytown 2.0: San Jose a top spot for the icy winter sport

667916 New Shark Raffi Torres hopes to make amends with San Jose fans

667917 Busy San Jose Sharks get Raffi Torres from Phoenix

667918 Sharks re-acquire Scott Hannan for a draft pick

667919 San Jose Sharks win sixth in a row, 4-2 over Minnesota Wild

667920 Sharks make trades, beat Wild 4-2

667921 Exclusive: Sharks sign Matt Irwin to extension

667922 Wilson adds depth on deadline day

667923 Wilson 'refreshes' roster, keeps core together

667924 Sharks acquire LW Torres from Coyotes

667925 Former Sharks D Hannan returning to San Jose

667926 Boyle authors Goal of the Year nominee for Sharks

667927 Kurz's Instant Replay: Sharks 4, Wild 2

667928 Vlasic, Heatley get nasty after final horn

St Louis Blues

667929 Hockey Guy: West gets wilder at trade deadline

667930 Blues move Redden at trade deadline

667931 Blues updates: Trade deadline, Bouwmeester's status, Halak injury

667932 Blues-Blackhawks matchup box

667933 Hitchcock: Blues feel sense of obligation to management

667934 Blues perform defensive makeover; now it's up to players

667935 Blues trade Redden, sign rookie forward prospect



Tampa Bay Lightning

667936 Former Bolts coach Boucher speaks out about firing

667937 Tampa Bay Lightning trade F Conacher, pick for G Bishop

667938 Fennelly: Bolts trade an admission from GM

667939 Ex-Lightning Boucher takes high road

667940 Lightning acquires goalie Ben Bishop for Cory Conacher, pick

667941 Lightning G prospect Jarolsav Janus says he wants to play in North America

Toronto Maple Leafs

667942 Leafs stay mostly quiet after chasing Kiprusoff and Luongo

667943 Leafs acquire O’Byrne from Avs

667944 Leafs’ cap situation key reason to avoid pricey goalie

667945 Vancouver Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo admits huge contract prevented him being traded

667946 NHL trade deadline: Toronto Maple Leafs trade for Ryan O’Byrne

667947 Kiprusoff staying put in Calgary: report

667948 NHL trade deadline: Columbus acquires Gaborik

667949 NHL trade deadline: Look at the last five seasons

667950 Philadelphia Flyers at Toronto Maple Leafs: Thursday NHL game preview

667951 NHL trade deadline: Connolly a healthy scratch with Marlies

667952 Maple Leafs Clarke MacArthur remains anxious as trade deadline nears

667953 Maple Leafs should go with status quo in net: Feschuk

667954 Leafs wise to stand pat in goal

667955 Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo deserved better than this

667956 Nonis lays off playoff experience

667957 It's up to new Maple Leaf Ryan O’Byrne to make impression

667958 With trade deadline past, Leafs can move forward now

667959 Maple Leafs' James Reimer must feel like chopped liver

667960 Maple Leafs land Ryan O'Byrne from Avalanche

667961 Roberto Luongo’s contract hurts both him and Canucks

667962 Leafs pin hopes on young goalies after relatively quiet trade deadline

667963 The best of the NHL trade deadline

667964 Canucks goaltender Roberto Luongo blames contract for slow trade talks

667965 Leafs make a last-minute move at the deadline with Ryan O’Byrne

667966 Leafs are ‘not close to anything’ before NHL trade deadline

667967 NHL trade deadline brings different mood for Leafs

667968 NHL trade deadline: Miikka Kiprusoff will reportedly stay with Flames



Vancouver Canucks

667973 Canucks’ Jannik Hansen says trade deadline moves will take time to digest

667974 Luongo, Canucks mired in lose-lose situation

667975 Canucks GM Mike Gillis gets no deals done, but touts 'pretty strong lineup,' on NHL trade deadline day

667976 Chat it to Bulis: The 2013 PITB NHL trade deadline day livechat extravaganza

667977 More wackiness for WHL Giants and grads; Connauton traded and then has place to stay dealt away, too

667978 With Roy and Kesler in the middle, maybe Canucks can flip that playoff switch

667979 A dash of salt, pepper and reality as Kassian recalled after “seasoning” stint

667980 Roberto Luongo would scrap his contract if he could

667981 Gallagher: On dull NHL trade deadline day, fisticuffs tales from McSorley, May brighten things up

667982 Toilet Flushing: Luongo on the ice, and Nonis says nothing happening.

667983 Cross Jokinen off Canucks list

667984 Canucks Hat Trick: Raymond rumours, adios Kipper, get Zack back

667985 Willes: Gillis’ price too high; will the Canucks end up paying for it?

667986 Money can't buy Luongo's happiness

667987 Kuzma: Canucks make switch from mundane to high octane

667988 Gallagher: Scrap that sucky contract? Not likely for Luongo

Washington Capitals

667989 Washington Capitals trade for Martin Erat, part with prospect Filip Forsberg

667990 Capitals trade top prospect Filip Forsberg to Nashville for Martin Erat (Updated)

667991 Martin Erat on trade to Capitals: ‘I just want to win’

667992 Mike Ribeiro: ‘I don’t really see myself move or sign today’

667993 NHL trade deadline: Blue Jackets acquire Marian Gaborik; Jason Pominville to Minnesota

667994 Capitals’ deadline decisions make goal clear: Win now

667995 Capitals notes: Matt Hendricks played through scratched cornea

667996 Martin Erat traded to Capitals for prospect Filip Forsberg

667997 Capitals get winger Martin Erat in deadline deal



Websites

668011 ESPN / GM McPhee: We weren't going to be sellers

668012 ESPN / The deadline: Who got better, who got worse?

668013 USA TODAY / And the trade deadline season winner is ...

668014 USA TODAY / Rangers deal slumping star Marian Gaborik to Blue Jackets

668015 USA TODAY / Things to know about Wednesday's NHL games

668016 USA TODAY / Trade deadline: Pominville, Gaborik move

668017 YAHOO SPORTS / 2013 NHL Trade Deadline: Winners & Losers



Winnipeg Jets

667998 Cheveldayoff focuses on long-term assets for Jets

667999 Santorelli 'super-excited' to join Jets

668000 Trouba arriving Thursday

668001 Sticking to his BLUE

668002 Jets talk but make no deals at deadline

668003 TaitJetsHabsGD

668004 WAIVER WIRE PICKUPS

668005 Trouba takes big leap from college to NHL

668006 Winnipeg Jets open Jacob Trouba door just a crack

668007 Cheveldayoff stands pat, gives Winnipeg Jets vote of confidence

668008 Newest Jet Trouba here to learn

668009 Jets claim centre Santorelli off waivers, Antropov on shelf

668010 Dustin Byfuglien is the answer on right wing for Winnipeg Jets

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667688 Anaheim Ducks

Ryan Getzlaf, Teemu Selanne lead Ducks to win over Stars

Getzlaf has a goal and two assists, Selanne also scores a goal in 5-2 victory as Viktor Fasth stops 23 shots. The team acquires center Matthew Lombardi.

By Lance Pugmire

April 3, 2013, 11:36 p.m.

The Ducks on Wednesday added a player who could be the final piece in their bid to win the Stanley Cup this season. They then moved within two points of catching Western Conference leader Chicago.

"We're plugging along," Ducks defenseman Sheldon Souray said after the Ducks beat the Dallas Stars for the second time in three days, 5-2, at Honda Center.

"We'd like to be the best. We'll keep working until we get there."

The Ducks acquired center Matthew Lombardi from the Phoenix Coyotes for left wing Brandon McMillan, a move intended to boost depth at a position of need.

But adding depth appeared to be an act of greed on a night when 13 Ducks scored points — including captain Ryan Getzlaf's fourth three-point game of the season on a goal and two assists — and goaltender Viktor Fasth stopped 23 shots and kept Dallas scoreless until the third period.

The Ducks are now 25-7-5.

"The guys do have a great team," Lombardi (eight points this season) said in a telephone interview from Phoenix on Wednesday. "I want to help any way I can."

He might be needed to spell Getzlaf some extra minutes.

The captain left the ice after his goal with 9 minutes 30 seconds remaining in the game with what appeared to be right leg or knee pain.

Getzlaf was iced down afterward and unavailable for comment, but Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau said he didn't expect the injury

to produce an absence Friday when the Ducks and Stars (16-17-3) play again.

"He scored the goal, and I said, 'That's enough,'" Boudreau said.

In his third game as a Duck, veteran right wing Radek Dvorak scored his first goal with Anaheim 11:44 into the game for a 1-0 lead.

After Dallas failed even to get a shot off in the game's first six minutes, Getzlaf launched a hard pass 12

feet in front of the goal to Dvorak, who swatted it past Stars goaltender Kari Lehtonen.

"Beautiful," Dvorak said of Getzlaf's assist. "One of the best passers in the league."

Getzlaf again assisted when Teemu Selanne gave the Ducks a 2-0 lead on a power-play goal after a tripping call against Dallas defenseman Alex Goligoski.

Five minutes later, with 3:22 remaining in the second period, 22-year-old wing Kyle Palmieri rushed the Dallas goal and slid the puck past Lehtonen in the crease.

Fasth was beaten twice in the third period.

First, Erik Cole took a pass behind the net and Fasth's left shoulder from Vernon Fiddler and scored less than three minutes into the third.

Then, after Getzlaf made it 4-1 with a backhanded shot for his 13th goal of the season, Dallas' Lane MacDermid fired a shot to Fasth's right with 1:24 left in the game.

An empty-net goal by the Ducks Andrew Cogliano, his 11th, followed in the final seconds.

The Ducks also traded minor league goaltender Jeff Deslauriers to the Minnesota Wild for future considerations.

Deslauriers was dealt from a position of strength, since the Ducks possess Jonas Hiller and Fasth.

Lombardi, 31, has previously played with Ducks Daniel Winnik in Phoenix, David Steckel in Toronto and Toni Lydman in Calgary.

His contract expires at season's end.

"My speed is my game, getting to both ends of the rink quickly and creating opportunities offensively with it," Lombardi said.

LA Times: LOADED: 04.04.2013

667689 Anaheim Ducks

Ducks make moves as deals materialize close to the trading deadline

Ducks get center Matthew Lombardi from Phoenix for wing Brandon McMillan and send goalie Jeff Deslauriers to Minnesota for future considerations. Most of the league-wide deals come in the hour before the cutoff time.

By Helene Elliott

April 4, 2013

Like the NHL season, the annual deadline-day trading frenzy was late in starting. But a flurry of deals in the hour before Wednesday's noon Pacific time cutoff changed the complexion of several teams and added depth to others hoping for long playoff runs.

The Ducks, seeking strength up the middle, acquired veteran center Matthew Lombardi from the Phoenix Coyotes for left wing Brandon McMillan. They also traded goalie Jeff Deslauriers to the Minnesota Wild for future considerations.

"The guys have a great team with depth," said Lombardi, who can become an unrestricted free agent after the season. "It's nice to go where they want you and I want to help any way I can."

The Kings didn't make any trades Wednesday. They made their big move Monday by acquiring rugged defenseman Robyn Regehr from the Buffalo Sabres for second-round draft picks in 2014 and 2015.

Deadline day had lost some of its impact because many prominent players were traded in the last few weeks. But the ambitious Columbus Blue Jackets spiced things up by acquiring three-time 40-goal scorer Marian Gaborik from the New York Rangers, with defensemen Steven Delisle and Blake Partlett, for center Derick Brassard, injured right wing Derek Dorsett, defenseman John Moore and a sixth-round pick in the 2014 draft.

Gaborik, who had been in Coach John Tortorella's doghouse, waived his no-trade clause to join a team that's on an upswing under General Manager Jarmo Kekalainen and hockey operations President John Davidson. The Rangers removed his $7.5-million salary-cap hit from their books, freeing them to re-sign core young players this summer.

"He's a good man and I'll miss him," Tortorella told reporters in New York.

The retooling Sabres traded team captain Jason Pominville to the surging Wild for two prospects and first- and second-round draft picks. Pominville, a six-time 20-goal scorer, should bring some punch to Minnesota's right side.

Also of note, the Pittsburgh Penguins acquired Jussi Jokinen from Carolina for a conditional draft pick and planned to slot him into Sidney Crosby's spot. Crosby has a broken jaw and is out indefinitely.

The Philadelphia Flyers, eternally vexed by their goaltending, acquired Steve Mason from Columbus for Michael Leighton to be the backup for Ilya Bryzgalov, and the San Jose Sharks acquired abrasive forward Raffi Torres from Phoenix for a draft pick. Torres has twice knocked Sharks players out of the playoffs, with a blindside hit on Milan Michalek in 2006 and a hit that separated Joe Thornton's shoulder in 2011 when Torres was with Vancouver.

Two goalies reported to be on the move instead stayed put. Calgary's Miikka Kiprusoff refused to waive his no-trade clause and will retire after this season, and Vancouver kept Roberto Luongo, who has nine years left on his contract at an annual cap hit of $5.333 million.

"I'd scrap it if I could right now," Luongo said of his contract during a news conference in Vancouver.

helene.elliott at latimes.com

LA Times: LOADED: 04.04.2013

667690 Anaheim Ducks

Final: Ducks 5, Stars 2

April 3rd, 2013, 9:35 pm by ERIC STEPHENS

ANAHEIM -- Ryan Getzlaf scored his 150th career goal and assisted on two others Wednesday night to lead the Ducks to a 5-2 victory over the Dallas Stars at Honda Center.

Radek Dvorak got his first goal as a Duck to start the scoring in the first period while Teemu Selanne and Kyle Palmieri broke the game open with tallies in the second.

The Ducks (25-7-5) won their second in a row over Dallas in the span of three nights and now have points in their last four games after losing four in a row. They'll take on the Stars again Friday night.

Dallas appeared to wave the white flag when it dealt away forwards Jaromir Jagr, Derek Roy and Tomas Vincour after a 4-0 home loss to the Ducks on Monday night. The Ducks rolled again, facing a team with Jamie Benn, Loui Eriksson, Kari Lehtonen and a cadre of prospects.

Selanne made it 2-0 with a power-play score for the 673rd of his career while Palmieri got his first goal in his last 14 games when he jammed the puck past Lehtonen after getting a free pass to the net.

Orange County Register: LOADED: 04.04.2013

667691 Anaheim Ducks

Getzlaf makes the best moves in Ducks victory

By ERIC STEPHENS / ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER

ANAHEIM – A quiet trade deadline day perked up near the final buzzer with notable moves made by contending teams around the league. The Ducks jumped in by picking up speedy center Matthew Lombardi.

But the Ducks' biggest move to address the middle came weeks earlier and again paid a big dividend Wednesday night.

Ryan Getzlaf continued to earn that eight-year, $66-million contract extension with another dominating night in powering his team to a 5-2 victory over the Dallas Stars at Honda ...

667692 Anaheim Ducks

DUCKS 5, DALLAS 2: Ducks make deal with Phoenix for center Lombardi

By Elliott Teaford, Staff Writer

Posted: 04/03/2013 10:27:45 PM PDT

Updated: 04/04/2013 12:01:53 AM PDT

The NHL's trade deadline came and went Wednesday and the Ducks made only a minor tweak to their roster, keeping their talented core group together for a stretch run that looked all the more promising after a 5-2 victory over the Dallas Stars at Honda Center.

Ducks general manager Bob Murray wanted to acquire a speedy center to add depth to a lineup with plenty of speed and depth. Murray also hoped to do it without having to part with anyone from a team that's all but sealed the franchise's second Pacific Division title.

So, he dealt left wing Brandon McMillan to the Phoenix Coyotes for center Matthew Lombardi, swapping a minor-league player who appeared in only six games this season for the Ducks for a 31-year-old who has 262 points (101 goals, 161 assists) in 529 games in the NHL.

Lombardi didn't make it to the Honda Center in time to join his new teammates for their game against the trade-depleted Stars. He is expected to participate in today's practice and to play in Friday's rematch against Dallas at Honda Center, however.

"First and foremost, I'm going to a great team and Stanley Cup contender," Lombardi said. "That's super exciting. It's a great team. To be able to be a part of that is pretty cool. I'm looking forward to it. That's all you can ask for, to be honest with you, to play and go for a Stanley Cup."

The Ducks hardly needed Lombardi's speed or experience against a team that hardly resembled the one they blanked

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4-0 on Monday in Dallas. The Stars on Tuesday traded Jaromir Jagr to the Boston Bruins, Derek Roy to the Vancouver Canucks and Tomas Vincour to the Colorado Avalanche.

Radek Dvorak scored his first goal with the Ducks in his third game after he signed as a free agent March 26, a one-timer off a flawless cross-ice pass from Ryan Getzlaf at 11:44 of the first period. Teemu Selanne (power play) and Kyle Palmieri scored in the second for the Ducks.

Getzlaf also assisted on Selanne's 673rd career goal. The Ducks team captain then gave their fans a scare when he went to the dressing room after taking a tumble after a collision with the Stars' Jamie Benn in the opening minutes of the third period.

Getzlaf, the Ducks' leading scorer with 43 points, returned to the ice soon enough and scored their fourth goal off a backhander after a pretty pass from Corey Perry. Getzlaf nearly scored on a partial breakaway moments earlier, but Dallas' Kari Lehtonen made a sprawling stop.

Ducks goaltender Viktor Fast tried to secure his second consecutive shutout of the Stars. He blanked them on 26 shots Monday in the final game of a four-game trip that features a third straight win over the NHL-leading Chicago Blackhawks.

The Stars finally got one past Fasth when Erik Cole scored to trim the Ducks' lead to 3-1 only 2:48 into the third period. Despite their patchwork lineup, the Stars had their moments against the Ducks, who weren't as overpowering as they might have been.

Also

The Ducks traded goalie Jeff Deslauriers to the Minnesota Wild for future considerations. Deslauriers played with the Fort Wayne Komets of the ECHL.



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