Three hours remain.
This post will be up until 3:00pm and we'll have a wrap-up post later on.
We'll list any moves the Pens make at the top of the page and the latest news will be right under that.
Here's what the Penguins have done so far:
Traded their 2nd round pick to Florida for Jordan Leopold
Traded Luca Caputi & Martin Skoula for Alexei Ponikarovsky
Traded Chris Peluso to Toronto for a 6th round pick.
We're done for now.
We'll have a wrap-up post later one.
The Predators have acquired Dustin Boyd from Calgary for a fourth round pick.
Burke says he turned down a 2nd and a 4th pick from another team for Ponikarovsky.
He liked Caputi better.
The Pens have traded defenseman Chris Peluso to Toronto for a 6th round pick.
Ray Shero will hold a press conference at 4pm.
The Oilers send Lubomir Visnovsky to Anaheim for Ryan Whitney.
Mathieu Roy to Florida for Matt Rust.
Joey MacDonald to Anaheim for a pick.
Joe Corvo goes from Carolina to Washington for Brian Pothier & Oskar Osala.
"Interesting aspect of Jurcina deal — he was just diagnosed with a sports hernia."
The Jackets tried to trade Fredrik Modin to LA, but the deal may not have gone through in time.
Let's see if anything else trickles in.
We wonder if the site is going to make it to the deadline.
Dan Hamhuis will not be traded by Nashville.
Lee Stempniak is heading to Phoenix for a draft pick.
Kevin Allen of USA Today says
"Thrashers not close to dealing Colby Armstrong. Unless situation changes dramatically in the next 10 minutes, he will stay in Atlanta."
Milan Jurcina is heading back to Washington.
Ray Whitney will not be traded by Carolina.
McGuire says Pittsburgh did the best job at the deadline.
"They didn't give a lot and they got a lot that fits their needs."
We're reducing the creepiness level down to two.
15 minutes left…
Keith Jones tells TSN that he doesn't expect Philadelphia will pick up a goalie.
He says they'll stick with Michael Leighton.
He also says the Pens are much better today than the were yesterday which is "scary."
He also expected Washington to do more.
TSN is rumbling about a major deal in Washington.
Clark MacArthur goes to Atlanta for a 3rd and 4th round pick.
Wolski is on the phone with TSN.
He says he should be in the Coyotes lineup tomorrow night against his former team: the Colorado Avalanche.
Half an hour left!
Nathan Paetsch and a second round pick are coming to Columbus in the Torres trade.
Raffi Torres goes from Columbus to Buffalo.
We're hearing that the Philadelphia Flyers are still a hockey team, but we can't confirm that.
We haven't heard from them in a while.
Sportsnet mentions that the Caps probably need to lose some players at this point.
They may end up sending some down.
Curtis McElhinney is leaving Calgary and going to Anaheim.
Vesa Toskala is heading to Calgary.
Tomas Kaberle is on Sportsnet.
He says he would consider a good deal, but for some inconceivable reason he wants to remain a Toronto Maple Leaf.
They also note that Caputi will play in the Leafs next game.
It looks like the Caps are adding some depth and grit at the deadline.
Dave Hodge says that Pittsburgh and Washington are the two top contenders at the deadline and that they've both done a little bit to make them better.
Eric Belanger goes from Minnesota to Washington for a second round pick.
McGuire and Darren Pang waste about three minutes arguing over who plays on what line for the Capitals.
Pierre McGuire has never even heard of personal space.
We're not sure how Darren Dutchyshen puts up with this.
Jay McKee is on TSN's list of defensemen that may be dealt.
TSN is saying that if Brian Burke came to Kaberle with a potential deal, Tomas Kaberle would consider waiving his no trade clause.
Jeff Halpern has been traded from Tampa Bay to Los Angeles.
Mathieu Schneider is going from Vancouver to the Phoenix Coyotes.
Phoenix is pretty busy today.
Pierre McGuire is just sitting back and nodding now.
We're gonna set the "McGuire Creepiness Level" at three for the "bedroom eyes" he made at the panel.
Not much happening, so watch this:
Katherine Dolan of TSN mentions that the Caps players are very quiet on the bus.
They're usually a very loud team.
Sportsnet asks Gary Roberts to name a deal that most helped a team he's been on.
He mentions the Flames trading Brett Hull for Rick Wamsley and Rob Ramage in 1989.
The Flames went on to win the Cup.
He makes no mention of the Hossa deal.
Another "huge" deal.
Kris Newbury has been sent to the Rangers for Jordan Owens.
A couple things we missed:
Peter Mueller & Kevin Porter are heading to Phoenix in exchange for Wojtek Wolski and a 4th round pick.
Yan Stastny leaving St. Louis and going to Vancouver for Pierre-Cedric Labrie.
The Capitals have picked up Scott Walker from Carolina for a 7th round pick.
The Oilers have claimed Ryan Jones off of waivers from Nashville.
Aaron Ward says that he's surprised that he was sent to Anaheim.