The NHL's most respected insiders find themselves on TSN and as we get closer to the NHL Trade Deadline, the group is constantly updating their TSN Trade Bait Board. 

Frank Seravalli made some interesting changes to that board recently and it's looking much different than it did at the starting of the year. 

One thing that hasn't changed is Buffalo Sabres forward Evander Kane, the Sabres power forward now actually tops the list. 

Puck moving defenseman Mike Green finds himself in the second spot while Oilers forward Patrick Maroon who found success with Connor McDavid last year fills the #3 spot. 

Sens forward Mike Hoffman find himself in the fourth spot as he continues to be mentioned in rumours, while Montreal Canadiens captain Max Pacioretty rounds out the top five. 

After Green, the next defenseman on the list is Erik Gudbranson of the Vancouver Canucks. 

Here's the full list from TSN:

1. Evander Kane – Buffalos Sabres – $5.25 million cap hit.
2. Mike Green – Detroit Red Wings – $6 million cap hit.
3. Patrick Maroon – Edmonton Oilers – $1.5 million cap hit.
4. Mike Hoffman – Ottawa Senators – $5.19 million cap hit.
5. Max Pacioretty – Montreal Canadiens – $4.5 million cap hit.
6. Thomas Vanek – Vancouver Canucks – $2 million cap hit.
7. Alex Galchenyuk – Montreal Canadiens – $4.9 million cap hit.
8. Erik Gudbranson – Vancouver Canucks – $3.5 million cap hit.
9. Zack Smith – Ottawa Senators – $3.25 million cap hit.
10. James Neal – Vegas Golden Knights – $5 million cap hit.
11. David Perron – Vegas Golden Knights – $3.75 million cap hit.
12. Ian Cole – Pittsburgh Penguins – $2.1 million cap hit.
13. Andrew Shaw – Montreal Canadiens – $3.9 million cap hit.
14. Mark Letestu – Edmonton Oilers – $1.8 million cap hit.
15. Rick Nash – New York Rangers – $7.8 million cap hit.
16. Cody Franson – Chicago Blackhawks – $1 million cap hit.
17. Robin Lehner – Buffalo Sabres – $4 million cap hit.
18. Dion Phaneuf – Ottawa Senators – $7 million cap hit.
19. Petr Mrazek – Detroit Red Wings – $4 million cap hit.
20. Tyson Barrie – Colorado Avalanche – $5.5 million cap hit.


Source: TSN
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