According to a couple of sources, Brendan Witt is rumored to be back in a Capitals' sweater. Which is interesting considering he wanted no part of the "rebuilding" process.
Some non-trade news, Mike Green was named February's second star:
Green led NHL defensemen and ranked second among all scorers with 20 points (nine goals, 11 assists) in 13 games, helping the Capitals post a 9-3-1 record. Green set an NHL record for defensemen with goals in eight consecutive games from Jan. 27 to Feb. 14, breaking the mark previously held by Mike O'Connell of the Boston Bruins (1983-84). It also matched the longest streak by any NHL player since 1997-98. The 23-year-old Calgary native leads all NHL defensemen in scoring with 23-33--56 in 51 games. His 23 goals are a career high and the most by a Capitals defenseman since Sergei Gonchar had 26 in 2001-02.
Trade Update 5:30pm: Niclas Havlid is now a Devil, per TSN.ca.