The NHL season is winding down, and teams are heading in one of two directions. Playoff teams are pushing for a better spot in the standings and making sure everyone is healthy. Non-playoff teams are giving auditions to young players and planning for the future.
The shortened 2012-13 schedule created false hope in many NHL cities. This summer will be the first chance to address the post-lockout world with an increased cap number.
It is going to be a very interesting offseason, and many moves could involve big-name players in new cities by the fall. Here are the 10 biggest trades we're likely to see this summer.