Grading every team's performance as a whole at the 2021-22 NHL Trade Deadline

Deadline day has come and gone with a total of 33 trades made yesterday, with several completed in the month prior. Almost every team got in on the action, but with so many transactions that took place, it's tough to actually keep track of what happened. I've been posting player cards and analysis for every deal on my Twitter account, and I have to admit even I completely missed a few when the dust finally settled.

With that in mind, here's a rundown of what all 32 teams acquired and gave up in the month leading up to the trade deadline, as well as analysis and grades for their performance.

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