Burst of offers as the buzzer sounds at 3 p.m.

Once again, NHL trade deadline day has arrived with a whole slew of trades made in the previous days.

The Florida Panthers have acquired forward Claude Giroux and defenseman Ben Chiarot. The Colorado Avalanche have acquired defenseman Josh Manson and forward Nico Sturm. The Boston Bruins bolstered their defense by acquiring Hampus Lindholm, then signing him to a six-year, $52 million deal. The Toronto Maple Leafs responded by signing defenseman Mark Giordano.

But there was plenty of activity on Monday, including goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury going to the Minnesota Wild and the New York Rangers making moves at the buzzer.

Here are the offers and analysis of the day of the deadline. Previous offers can be found here.

Hurricanes add forward Max Domi

General manager Don Waddell says Domi is a good fit for the top nine forwards. He plays with an advantage and is a playmaker. The Blue Jackets and Hurricanes had to involve the Panthers (they kept part of Domi’s salary, as did the Blue Jacke) to make the money grow (see details below). below). The Hurricanes also gave Jesperi Kotkaniemi an eight-year extension averaging $4.82 million a year.