9:00 p.m.: It sounds like the Bruins aren't done dealing just yet.
According to a CSNNE.com report, the Bruins have shipped tough guy Brian McGrattan to the Ducks.
According to Helene Eliott of the Los Angeles Times, the deal involves multiple minor-leaguers.
McGrattan, who has played the entire season in Providence, racked up 97 penalty minutes in his time with the P-Bruins.
5:30 p.m.: Jason Arnott may be another veteran on the move.
In fact, according to Edmonton Journal writer Jim Matheson, he's all but gone.
"Win or lose today, Jersey Devils UFA Jason Arnott is going somewhere tomorrow," Matheson tweeted.
While there aren't any substantial rumors out there yet as to where the veteran center may end up, Matheson does point out he thinks he'd be a nice fit in Washington. That, however, seems to be pure speculation.
3 p.m.: Chris Phillips acknowledges that he could have played his last game as a Senator.
"I took some time getting unchanged. It could be my last game," Phillips told the Ottowa Sun. "We'll see what happens. It's been a while (since I scored). With everything going on, to erase the zero that's been there all year feels good."
2 p.m.: Brent Seabrook and the Blackhawks agreed to a five-year extension on Sunday worth $29 million, according to ESPN.
He would've been an unrestricted free agent at season's end.
1 p.m.: According to the New York Daily News, the Rangers are "determined" to land Brad Richards.
12 p.m.: According to Erik Endlendsson, the Lightning are likely to stand pat, as coach Guy Boucher doesn't want to "disrupt things."
In-state rivals Florida, however, are "far from done rebuilding things," tweets Harvey Fialkov.
11 a.m.: With new ownership involved, Sabres GM Darcy Regier has been given a "green light" to add to the team, says David Pagnotta.
10 a.m.: According to Dan Rosen, the Kings are unlikely to move big-time prospect Brayden Schenn, who presumably would be the biggest piece being sent away if the Kings were to make a major deadline move. Still, the Kings are interested in Brad Richards, Ales Hemsky, and David Booth.
9 a.m.: According to TampaBay.com, the Lightning are still looking for a forward, as they are unsure as to Ryan Malone's status for the playoffs.
8:30 a.m.: The Edmonton Journal suggests that the Oilers could pry Zach Bogosian from Atlanta if they are willing to part ways with Ales Hemsky.
8 a.m.: According to the Boston Globe, the Leafs are pursuing Dallas center Brad Richards, whose name has long been floated as a somebody who would be on the move at the deadline.