The Daily Goal Horn’s NHL Trade Bait Tracker

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Mar 20, 2021; Washington, District of Columbia, USA; Washington Capitals center Evgeny Kuznetsov (92) skates with the puck as New York Rangers left wing Artemi Panarin (10) chases in the third period at Capital One Arena. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

The NHL Trade Bait Tracker is back for the 2021 Offseason. Trade rumor buzz is going to pick up steam as we get closer to the Seattle Expansion Draft. This summer there are several high profile players that are either known to be available or often mentioned in trade talks.

This tool over at our sister site The Daily Goal Horn will help our readers keep track of all the latest trade rumors this offseason.

We will occasionally post the tracker here, but check out The Daily Goal Horn for the latest NHL News and Rumors daily.

June 23, 2021: Oliver-Ekman Larsson is back on the trade block and it sounds like this time around he will be traded. “This time around they are going to approach it differently,” Elliotte Friedman reported. “What Larsson told the Coyotes and what they’ve agreed to do is go out there, check the market, and they will bring a deal to him and he can decide if he’s comfortable going to that team.” Another that is potentially entering the trade market is Evander Kane. Per Frank Seravalli, “Sources indicate significant friction built up between Kane and a number of his teammates last season, frustration that was expressed clearly to management in exit interviews.”

NHL Trade Bait Tracker

June 18, 2021: More Jack Eichel talk as the Ducks appear to be the most likely landing spot. Other potential destinations have the Blue Jackets, and Flames. The Kings and Rangers may be both out of the mix. Sam Reinhart and Rasmus Ristolainen continue to draw interest, one team may be looking to add them both in the same deal. Meanwhile the Blackhawks are becoming a player to land Seth Jones.

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