The One-Timer: Trade Deadline Review
The One-Timer: Trade Deadline Review

This article is part of our The One-Timer series.

Four weeks, 36 trades, plenty of material to analyze. All the movement may leave your head spinning, but it's important to make sense of this from the perspectives of real-life and fantasy hockey. Fortunately, this column will help clear things up.

A few contenders added to their arsenal for the stretch drive, while others kept quiet. Some struggling sides acquired valuable future assets, and others opted against a major shakeup. And a couple of high-profile players found new homes, while some want-a-ways didn't get their wish.

Let's take a look at a few who immediately benefited from the recent swap meet and who will suffer. To evaluate this, all deals completed since the start of February have been considered…

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Evan Berofsky
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