NEW YORK -- Contrary to what you might think, Kevin Cheveldayoff doesn't actually have his cellphone glued to his ear around the clock in the days leading into Wednesday's NHL trade deadline.
But that doesn't mean he hasn't been getting his share of calls either.
During the first intermission of Monday's game with the New York Rangers, the general manager of the Jets discussed what the market was currently like.
"It's a little bit different dynamic than last year. When you go through an 82-game season or at least the portion of it before the trade deadline, there's a little more separation," said Cheveldayoff. "When you just have conference play, there are a lot of teams really close in the standings. Any single game on any given night actually changes the standings dramatically.