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Tuesday’s FTB asks: How about those annoyed Islanders fans, eh?

Oh, and some trades happened. Plus it’s game on tonight against the Panthers.

NHL: Florida Panthers at Toronto Maple Leafs John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports

Trade coverage from SBN that is most of what we’re concerned with:

NHL trade deadline 2018: Every trade made this month -
Every NHL trade in February compiled in one place.

Trade Deadline Aftermath: What Does This Mean For Nashville? - On the Forecheck
After a busy trade deadline day, let’s look back at what happened and see if we can make sense of it all.

Grading the Bruins 2018 Trade Deadline - Stanley Cup of Chowder
Now that the dust has cleared, the SCOC crew gives their grades on each move, and a final team grade.

Erik Karlsson NOT traded at the deadline - Silver Seven
It came down to the wire, but the Sens captain will remain with the team until the offseason

Instant Analysis: Mike Reilly is a low risk option for the Canadiens - Eyes On The Prize
In true Bergevin fashion, the Habs added a young low risk option on defence.

2018 NHL Trade Deadline: Carolina Hurricanes in need of a house cleaning after deadline inaction - Canes Country
The inaction from PNC Arena has reached a boiling point.

Breaking: Winnipeg Jets acquire Paul Statsny from the St. Louis Blues - Arctic Ice Hockey
The Winnipeg Jets have finally gotten their man.

Ryan McDonagh and J.T. Miller Trade: Rangers Acquire Vladislav Namestnikov, Libor Hajek, Brett Howden, 2018 1st, Conditional 2nd - Blueshirt Banter
The Rangers’ trade of impending UFAs like Rick Nash, Michael Grabner and Nick Holden was all but expected, and the move of captain Ryan McDonagh with one-year left on his deal and impending RFA J...

Tampa Bay Lightning acquire defenseman Ryan McDonagh and forward J.T. Miller from New York Rangers - Raw Charge
Farewell, Vladislav Namestnikov.

Other stories out there including our game recap:

New York Rangers win, but Ottawa Senators and Erik Karlsson both lose at trade deadline | National Post
The Devils made a couple of odd moves and it's a surprise that Detroit couldn't move Mike Green on Monday

Tampa takes it in a shootout as two teams who want to meet in the playoffs did battle - Pension Plan Puppets
The two best goalies in the Atlantic met and only one came away the winner. (Tuukka who?)

CanucksArmy Trade Deadline Recap: Canucks Acquire Leipsic, Jokinen, Motte – Canucksarmy
According to pGPS, Leipsic’s most likely career assignment is that of a third-line winger. For whatever it’s worth, I think pGPS may undersell his upside. pGPS can’t account for how snakebitten Leipsic has been this season, and with the right deployment, there’s a non-zero chance this move turns out a bit like the Sven Baertschi acquisition. At best, they could maybe turn Leipsic into a decent second-line winger. At worst, he’s a depth forward or injury call-up option. Considering what they gave up, that’s pretty darn good.

Stastny trade proves Jets are Cup contenders
The Winnipeg Jets' approach under general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff has been a patient one, which has not always gone over well. Since becoming GM on June 8, 2011, Cheveldayoff has taken a conservative approach. It's not always exciting, but it's a plan that has the Jets appearing to be a legitimate Stanley Cup contender.

These guys raised money for a billboard and then @’d some names on Twitter to show off.

How many useful things can you think of that they could have done with that money?

Have a great day, everyone, and don’t forget it’s game day all over again, as the Leafs play Florida tonight. Hope no one goes fishing.