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Mar 3, 2014; Dallas, TX, USA; Buffalo Sabres left wing Matt Moulson (26) celebrates the goal by Buffalo Sabres left wing Tyler Ennis (not pictured) against the Dallas Stars during the first period at the American Airlines Center. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Daily Poll: Which NHL Team Makes The Biggest Splash on Trade Deadline Day?

All right, NHL fans!

The NHL trade deadline is approaching faster than you can say “The NHL trade deadline is fast approaching,” and with every passing second we will be reading rumors and, hopefully, press releases detailing the big trades that are going down.

We here at Sabre Noise understand that the Sabres are sellers right now, and that the club may be involved in some big moves.  However, it’s the teams who make the splashiest purchases today that I am interested in, hence this poll.  When everything is said and done . . . when the dust has settled . . . when the cows have finally come home . . . which NHL team will we feel made the most noise on trade deadline day?

There are some pretty big names being discussed as I type this, from Thomas Vanek out in Long Island, to Matt Moulson right here in the 716, to Martin St. Louis down in Tampa Bay, and to Ryan Kesler way out there in Vancouver.   Will these rumors amount to anything?  Are the Boston Bruins or Pittsburgh Penguins about to stun the hockey world with a move that will make the rich even richer?  Will a Western Conference team attempt to one-up the St. Louis Blues by beefing up their offense with a proven scorer such as Vanek or Moulson?  Is St. Louis even done making moves, or was the trade that brought Ryan Miller and Steve Ott in just phase 1?

So many questions!  You go vote now, and if I left a team out of the poll that you feel should be considered, vote “Other” and explain why!

Which NHL team will make the biggest splash when it is all said and done?

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