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JANUARY 1: Kevin Shattenkirk #22 of the St. Louis Blues shoots the puck during the 2017 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic Practice Day at Busch Stadium on January 1, 2017 in St. Louis, Missouri. The Washington Capitals have made a big splash less than 48 hours before the NHL’s trade deadline in acquiring defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk and goaltender Pheonix Copley from the St. Louis Blues for a package that includes Zach Sanford, Brad Malone, a 2017 first-round pick, a 2019 conditional second-round pick.
The Bruins have been rolling under new head coach Bruce Cassidy, 6-1 with the new bench boss. You’d think that with their success, and with Don Sweeney’s earlier comments about standing pat, things would be quiet in the Hub on the trade front. Right? Maybe not, according to some. Chara will be 40 next season and has one more year left on his contract, so a move wouldn’t be unprecedented. However, he has a cap hit of just under $7 million for this season, and $4 million for next year, so whoever takes him would need to be able to accommodate that under their cap. It's worth noting that if the Tweet above is, in fact, legit, there's nothing wrong with the Bruins "listening" to calls on Chara. In
NEW YORK – The call came around 11 p.m., and after his agent informed him he had just been traded to the Washington Capitals, Daniel Winnik knew what he needed to do next. “Dan went into overdrive and tried to pack as much as he could,” said his wife, Taylor Winnik. “The first thing he did was go to our storage unit and grab all of the giant plastic bins we have for all of our stuff, and he just started jamming every kitchen supply you can imagine into these things. He kind of went crazy trying to get it done.” The Winniks stopped the frenzied packing around 2:30 a.m., and a few hours later, Daniel was on a flight to Washington. The following night, he donned a Capitals jersey. For fans, that