Stay tuned to this page (and make sure you're constantly refreshing) for the latest news and analysis during the Monday's NHL Trade Deadline. BlueJackets.com has you covered with videos, quotes, photos and more leading up to the 3 p.m. ET deadline!
Monday (3:45 p.m.): Some big news rolling in after the trade deadline...the Blue Jackets have a big trade with the Anaheim Ducks, acquiring William Karlsson, Rene Bourque and a second-round pick in exchange for James Wisniewski. Jarmo Kekalainen's press conference has been pushed back a few minutes and will likely take place closer to 4 p.m. ET. Keep it locked on BlueJackets.com and Jackets TV over the next little while.
Monday (3:00 p.m.): Just in from the Blue Jackets -- Cam Atkinson has agreed to terms on a new three-year deal. The deal is reportedly worth $3.5 million AAV, with a breakdown of $2.5M/$3.5M/$4.5M in each of the three seasons.
Monday (2:30 p.m.): According to TSN's Bob McKenzie, the Blue Jackets have acquired defenseman Justin Falk and a 2015 fifth-round pick from Minnesota in exchange for Jordan Leopold. The clubs have yet to confirm.
Monday (12:00 p.m.): Nothing yet, except for lunch...
Monday (9:00 a.m.): We're off and running on deadline day...the live stream of Sportsnet Hockey Central is fired up, the coffee's on, and we play the waiting game as the trades roll in around the NHL. Nothing doing so far from the Blue Jackets' side of things, but there's still five and a half hours left before the bell rings at 3 p.m. ET. How about those two overnight deals by the Lightning, getting Braydon Coburn from Philadelphia and sending Brett Connolly to Boston? I guess that makes three trades already this morning, counting Jeff Petry going from Edmonton to Montreal in exchange for draft picks.
Sunday (8:00 p.m.): Well, it was certainly a busy day around the NHL as the trade action started to heat up. The New York Rangers stole the show today, making a blockbuster deal to get defenseman Keith Yandle from Arizona that saw star prospect Anthony Duclair (as well as former Blue Jackets defenseman John Moore) going the other way. The Rangers also traded Lee Stempniak to Winnipeg and acquired forward James Sheppard from San Jose for a draft pick.
The Detroit Red Wings picked up veteran forward Erik Cole from Dallas, and the Washington Capitals traded a pair of draft picks to Calgary to get rugged forward Curtis Glencross (a one-time Blue Jacket himself), who is expected to debut for Washington on Tuesday night in Columbus.
Last year, there were 10 trades made on Deadline Day Eve, and this year, there were five. Does that mean NHL GMs are saving some for Monday?