April 03, 2013
Minnesota added a nice piece for the stretch run by acquiring Jason Pominville (29) from Buffalo.
J Pat Carter/AP

By the time NHL trade deadline day dawned on Wednesday, April 3, teams had already made more than 50 deals since January 13. Here's a complete, continually updated list of the swaps that have gone down since the Pittsburgh Penguins fired the first major shots during a three-day stretch from March 24-27, acquiring winger Brenden Morrow from the Dallas Stars, defenseman Douglas Murray from the San Jose Sharks and the big fish, winger Jarome Iginla, from the Calgary Flames.

For all the latest deadline day rumors, news and analysis, check out Allan Muir's running live blogfrom deadline day.

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