The 2018 NHL trade deadline is less than two weeks away. With the 3 p.m. deadline on Feb. 26 quickly approaching, rumors and trade talk continue to heat up, and the action will continue to grow leading up to the deadline. Here are NHL trade rumors from around the league for Wednesday, Feb. 14, with updates from the New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers, Tampa Bay Lightning, Boston Bruins, Ottawa Senators, Vegas Golden Knights and more.

Landing spots for Rick Nash?

Forward Rick Nash submitted his list of 12 teams to the New York Rangers for possible trade destinations earlier in February, opening the door for the team to move the pending unrestricted free agent prior to the deadline. Nash has a partial no-trade clause, so he was able to pick 12 teams he where he would want to go. Nash would have the right to veto a trade to any of the other 18 teams.

Once the Rangers' intention to sell was clear, Nash became one of the top trade-deadline targets.

The entirety of Nash's list isn't clear, but a handful of teams have been connected to the veteran winger. Nash made it clear he wants to play for a Stanley Cup contender if traded, or at least a team that makes sense for his family.

The Nashville Predators have been heavily tied to Nash, while the New York Post added the Dallas Stars and San Jose Sharks and St, Louis Blues as interested parties. The Boston Bruins, Winnipeg Jets, Tampa Bay Lightning and Toronto Maple Leafs have also been tied to Nash.