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The weeks leading up to the NHL's trade deadline are so much fun for hockey fans. Gossip circulates about who could move where and teams are solidified for their respective runs to the Cup or to the golf course. Some trades are beneficial long-term as all involved remain with their new clubs for a number of seasons. More often, though, deadline deals involve pending Unrestricted Free Agents (UFAs) whom contenders want to add as rentals for their playoff pushes.

Either way, Monday, February 26th , 2018 will be a day circled on the calendars of many fans. Heck, and the crazy people at TSN even run a 10-hour "Tradecenter" special which consists mostly of them sitting around waiting for stuff to happen even though the majority of trades occur in the days leading up to that date. Either way, speculation is what fuels the fire for armchair GMs and casual fans alike, so it is always fun to take a guess at who will be on the move to a new team by the time the trading door closes. Listed below are 15 of the players that I believe will fit that bill. Enjoy!
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