2010 NHL Draft Trade Tracker

Updated: June 26, 2010, 6:28 PM ET
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Trades involving current NHL players and/or picks at the 2010 draft:

TEAM RECEIVES ... TEAM RECEIVES ...
June 26
David Warsofsky (unsigned draft choice) Vladimir Sobotka, C
Mike Brown, F 2010 fifth-round pick (122nd overall)
Bobby Sanguinetti, D 2010 sixth-round pick (157th overall)
2011 second-round pick
2012 third-round pick 2010 third-round pick (79th overall)
2010 third-round pick (77th overall)
2010 fourth-round pick (109th overall)
2010 third-round pick (71st overall)
2010 third-round pick (69th overall)
2010 fourth-round pick (99th overall)
2010 second-round pick (59th overall)
2010 second-round pick (49th overall)
2010 fourth-round pick (109th overall)
2010 second-round pick (47th overall)
Riley Nash (unsigned draft choice) 2010 second-round pick (46th overall)
Jimmy Hayes, RW (unsigned draft choice) 2010 second-round pick (43rd overall)
2010 fourth-round pick (95th overall) 2011 third-round pick
2010 fourth-round pick (116th overall)
2010 fifth-round pick (146th overall)
2010 fourth-round pick (112th overall)
2010 sixth-round pick (169th overall) 2010 seventh-round (199th overall) 2010 second-round pick (158th overall)
2010 seventh-round pick (210th overall) 2011 seventh-round pick
2011 seventh-round pick 2010 seventh-round pick (200th overall)
Jonathan Matsumoto, C 2010 seventh-round pick (206th overall)
Henrik Karlsson, G 2010 sixth-round pick (163rd overall)
2011 fifth-round pick 2010 sixth-round pick (158th overall)
2010 sixth-round pick (160th overall)
2011 sixth-round pick 2010 seventh-round pick (202nd overall)
June 25
Keith Ballard, D
Victor Oreskovich, F
Steve Bernier, W
Michael Grabner, F
2010 first-round pick (25th overall)
2011 third-round pick Dan Hamhuis (rights), D
2010 first-round pick (22nd overall) 2010 fourth-round pick (113th) 2010 first-round pick (27th overall) 2010 second-round pick (57th)
David Rundblad, D 2010 first-round pick (16th overall)
2010 first-round pick (15th overall) 2010 first-round pick (19th overall) 2010 second-round pick (59th overall)
June 23
Dustin Byfuglien, RW
Ben Eager, LW
Brent Sopel, D
Akum Aliu, F
2010 first-round pick
2010 second-round pick
Jeremy Morin, F
Joey Crabb
Marty Reasoner, F
• Pierre LeBrun's analysis: The Hawks won't be as good a team without Byfuglien, a playoff goal-scoring machine; but it was understood months ago that Chicago would come out of its cap crisis as a thinner squad. Thing is, the Hawks here have been able to recoup some value in future assets, and that's huge.
June 22
Nathan Horton, F
Gregory Campbell, F
Dennis Wideman, D
2010 first-round pick (15th overall)
2011 third-round pick
• Joe McDonald's analysis: It's no secret the Bruins had difficulties putting the puck in the net during the 2009-10 season, finishing dead last in league in that category. After the team's historic collapse in the East semifinals, GM Peter Chiarelli said he would make changes during the offseason in order to boost the club's offensive output moving forward. Horton gives the Bruins stability on the front end; the transaction may not be the ultimate solution, but it's a start.
June 19
Jason Arnott, C Matt Halischuk, RW
2011 second-round pick
June 17
Jaroslav Halak, G Lars Eller, C
Ian Schultz, W
• Scott Burnside's analysis: Montreal unloaded playoff hero Jaroslav Halak for a couple of forward prospects. Shocking? Well, what options did Habs GM Pierre Gauthier have? He will no doubt be criticized for trading Halak and not speaking to the goalie's agent, Allan Walsh. But Gauthier said he knew what Halak's value was based on comparables, he didn't want to pay it and didn't need to talk to the agent or the player to figure that out.