2022 NHL offseason: Grades on biggest deals, including Pacioretty, Tkachuk, Burns


The NHL offseason is in full swing, with the 2022 draft finished and free agency starting on July 13. Teams are already busy making trades, especially the Chicago Blackhawks who shipped out forwards Alex DeBrincat and Kirby Dach on the first day of the draft.

Looking for insights on the biggest trades of the offseason? Find grades for both GMs involved in each swap here:

July 22

Flames get: F Jonathan Huberdeau, D MacKenzie Weegar, F Cole Schwindt, lottery-protected 2025 first-round pick
Panthers get: F Matthew Tkachuk, conditional fourth-round pick

Trade grades

July 13

Hurricanes get: D Brent Burns and F Lane Pederson
Sharks get: F Steven Lorentz, G Eetu Makiniemi and a conditional 2023 3rd-round pick

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Hurricanes get: F Max Pacioretty and D Dylan Coghlan
Knights get: Future considerations

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July 12

Wild get: Cam Talbot
Senators get: Filip Gustavsson

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July 8

Flyers get: Tony DeAngelo and 7th-round pick in 2022
Hurricanes get: Pick No. 101 ( ) in 2022, third-round pick in 2023 (lowest of Philly’s three), second-round pick in 2024

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Blues get get: No. 73 pick in 2022 draft
Red Wings get: Ville Husso

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Devils get: G Vitek Vanecek and No. 46 pick (Seamus Casey) in 2022 draft
Capitals get: No. 37 (Ryan Chesley) and No. 70 pick in 2022 draft

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July 7

Blackhawks get: No. 7 (Kevin Korchinski) and No. 39 pick (Paul Ludwinski) in 2022 draft; Third-round pick in 2023
Senators get: F Alex DeBrincat

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Blackhawks get: No. 13 (Frank Nazar) and No. 66 pick (Gavin Hayes) in 2022 draft
Canadiens get: F Kirby Dach
Islanders get: D Alexander Romanov

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June 29

Wild get: No. 19 pick (F Liam Ohgren) in 2022 draft and D Brock Faber
Kings get:
F Kevin Fiala

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