There weren't many big deals made at the 2016 NHL trade deadline, which may go down in history as one of the most yawn-worthy leap days in history.
The Chicago Blackhawks and Florida Panthers were aggressive buyers over the past few days, hoping to solidify their playoff positions and make waves in the postseason.
The Anaheim Ducks may have gotten the biggest steal by prying Brandon Pirri from the Panthers for a sixth-round pick.
But there were plenty of moves not made, which means some teams will see their unrestricted free agents walk away for nothing at the end of the season.
Deadline day was anything but a hotbed of activity, but there were plenty of winners and losers Monday. Click ahead to see our take on who landed where.