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- John Vogl of the Buffalo News: Sabres GM Darcy Regier,
“The things that we will look to add will focus on things beyond this year,” Regier told The Buffalo News by phone this evening. “It may include this year, but the focus is going to be on next year and maybe even beyond that. So things that we do are going to be with that light in mind.”
“The value of draft picks is probably a little higher, meaning that with the cap going down and the new contracts on the other side that have been signed, I think it’s added value to draft picks,” Regier said. “In some ways, it’s going to be harder to acquire draft picks for players in the event you’re trying to trade a player to get draft picks. I think the value in past years, I think you could probably expect a little higher value in draft picks than you can now.”
Trades could start happening soon.
“There’s things going on in the background, but I think what happens is teams generally have an order in which they would like to acquire players, so the players in front have to drop before the other moves take place,” he said. “It’s bottlenecked right now, but I think it’ll open up as we get closer to Wednesday.”
Jason Pominville has not been asked to submit a list of eight teams he won’t accept a trade too yet.
- The Fourth Period: Red Wings GM Ken Holland has already started trade talks with a few teams. He wants a top-six winger, a depth forward and a top-pairing defenseman.
“We’re going to work the phones and explore if there’s a move that can make us better,” Holland told NHL.com. “I’m not going to make a move for the sake of making a move. We’re a work in progress. We’re trying to have patience, and the more we’ve been able to hang in the race … it maybe gives me more patience.”
They have shown interest in Flames Jay Bouwmeester, Coyotes Keith Yandle and Maple Leafs John-Michael Liles. The asking price for Bouwmeester and Yandle is high.
Holland wants to make a move up front.
“I’m going to explore the market up front to see if there’s a fit,” he said. “I’m going to work the phones a little bit. I’ve talked to some people.”
- Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press: The Red Wings landed Danny DeKeyser yesterday, and he’s expected to be at practice today. He won’t play tomorrow or Monday.
“He’ll be with us the rest of the regular season. When he plays is up to Mike Babcock, but we’re not holding tryouts. We’re trying to make the playoffs. Danny understands that we’re in a playoff race.”
Johan Franzen’s lower-body injury appears to be day-to-day. Mikael Samuelsson or Patrick Eaves could fill in for Franzen if he can’t go.
- Ted Kulfan via twitter: Red Wings GM Ken Holland said that Patrick Eaves has no fractures in his jaw and is day-to-day.
- Damian Cristodero via twitter: Lightning winger Ryan Malone is out indefinitely with a left shoulder injury. Defenseman Victor Hedman is day-to-day with an upper-body injury. Both players were hurt on Monday.
- Bruce Garrioch via twitter: Senators defenseman Marc Methot left last night’s game with a lower-body injury. Aaron Ward via twitter: Early reports on Methot’s injury is that it’s a slight knee sprain.
- Mike Harrington via twitter: Sabures Thomas Vanek left last night’s game with a lower-body injury and is day-to-day.
- Chip Alexander via twitter: Hurricanes defenseman Justin Faulk left last night’s game with a lower-body injury.
- Chip Alexander via twitter: Hurricanes defenseman Joe Corvo is out another week.
- Michael Smith via twitter: There is no timetable on Tuomo Ruutu, day-to-day evaluation process.
Could the Avs hold onto Ryan O’Reilly until the Summer? E. Johnson out indefinitely … Franzen out … Caps lines
- Adrian Dater via twitter: Dater wouldn’t be surprised if Ryan O’Reilly isn’t traded until the summer or beyond. Especially since the Avs season has basically blown up already.
- B.D. Gallof via twitter: A source said that O’Reilly is looking for a 6 year deal and between $5 and $6 million per year.
- Mike Chambers of the Denver Post: Avalanche defenseman Erik Johnson is out indefinitely with a head injury. Johnson, along with Gabriel Landeskog won’t accompany the team to their 2 game road trip. Defenseman Matt Hunwick and center John Mitchell will return to the lineup.
- Ansar Khan via twitter: Red Wings Johan Franzen will miss tonight’s game with a hip flexor. Patrick Eaves returns to the lineup.
- Stephen Whyno via twitter: Capitals lines: Chimera-Ribeiro-Ovechkin, Wolski-Backstrom-Brouwer, Fehr-Perreault-Ward, Hendricks-Beagle-Crabb.
- Mike Chambers of the Denver Post: JS Giguere will start in net for the Avalanche against the Wild.
- ESPN: Sabres Ville Leino missed yesterday’s game against the Flyers and is day to day with a lower-body injury. The Sabres play the Maple Leafs tonight.
- Frank Seravalli via twitter: Flyers Zac Rinaldo took 20 stitches above his right knee. Not known if he’ll be available for Tuesday.
- Eric Stephens via twitter: Ducks Cam Fowler (out with the flu) practiced yesterday. Expects to play today against the Flames.
- Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press: Red Wings defenseman Jonathan Ericsson is “questionable” for their game against the Blue Jackets after slamming into the boards, hurting his right shoulder. Goalie Jonas Gustavsson has a sore groin and the Wings will call up Tom McCollum. Jan Mursak will go on the IR with a collarbone injury to make room on the roster for McCollum. Mursak will have a CT scan tomorrow, and he could be out a couple weeks. If Bertuzzi’s test reveal he has mono, he’ll be out a month. If it’s the flu, he’ll be out a week. Patrick Eaves, who has been out for more than a year with a concussion, said “I’m ready to go.”
- Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune: Blackhawks winger Daniel Carcillo will be out about 4 weeks after suffering a right knee injury on Saturday. It was Carcillo’s first game since have major surgery on his left knee last January. Brandon Saad will replace Carcillo in the lineup, and could be on a line with Jonathan Toews and Marian Hossa.
Some Red Wings not going overseas … Hall to sign with OKC … Del Zotto and Kelly going to Switzerland
- Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press: Red Wings Patrick Eaves is still experiencing post-concussion problems. He is able to at least do some skating. Johan Franzen, Niklas Kronwall and Darren Helm all said they are not looking to play overseas during the lockout.
- Jim Matheson of the Edmonton Journal: Taylor Hall will sign a 1 year contract with the Oilers AHL team in Oklahoma City today, and will play on Friday night. He said yesterday that he skated with center Chris VandeVelde and right winger Magnus Paajarvi. There is talk that he might try a move to center, but Hall feels he’s been away from game action too long to make a move right now.
- Larry Brooks via twitter: Michael Del Zotto left last night to join Rapperswil of the Swiss league.
- Jimmy Murphy via twitter: Bruins Chris Kelly signed for a month with HC Red Ice in Switzerland.
Doan has contract done, needs to sign it … Ryan regrets interview … Eaves skating … CBJ wanted Jagr … Kuznetsov wanted invite
- Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic: Shane Doan said on XTRA 910 that a contract is done between him and the Coyotes, and all he has to do is sign it when Greg Jamison acquires the team. Doan also confirmed that Jamison has the money to purchase the team. The list of teams that he’d consider joining is down to 2 or 3 teams if a deal with the Coyotes can’t be worked out. Doan’s radio interview.
- Eric Stephens of the OC Register: Ducks Bobby Ryan now regrets the interview where he said he told management to trade him if it was in the best interest of the team.
“But about 10 minutes after the interview, I was like, ‘Gosh, I shouldn’t have done that, seeing that I’m teeing off on the 37th hole of the day after 11 o’clock.’ It was kind of stupid.
“At that point, you can’t kick yourself for too long. I knew that if (Ducks general manager Bob Murray) really had a problem with it, he would reach out to me. That never happened.”
Ryan, nor his agent Mark Guy, formally asked the Ducks for a trade.
“You know, I was glad,” Ryan said. “I was kind of expecting a phone call at some point. And then I knew with the (possible) lockout, things could change. I was really excited that it didn’t because I didn’t want to book a flight anywhere else.”
ESPN reported in the summer that the Flyers wanted to trade James van Riemsdyk in a package for Ryan, but the Ducks wanted Brayden Schenn.
- George Richards via twitter: Canucks GM Mike Gillis has not asked Roberto Luongo for a list of teams he’d accept a trade too.
- Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press: Red Wings Patrick Eaves hasn’t played since suffering a concussion last November. His headaches are ‘fewer and further between’, but he still hasn’t been cleared by team doctors. Eaves said,
“that the bad part is behind me now. This is part of the progress, skating with other guys and trying to get used to that. The speed is, obviously, not what it is at training camp. I’m just happy to be out there with the guys.”
- The Fourth Period: The Columbus Dispatch reported that the Blue Jackets offered Jaromir Jagr a 1 year deal worth $4.2 million before he signed a 1 year deal worth $4.5 million with the Stars.
- CSN Washington: Capitals prospect Evgeny Kuznetsov wasn’t happy that he wasn’t invited to the teams development camp in July.
“I really wanted to [to go],” Kuznetsov told Sport-Express, whose interview is translated here by Russian Machine Never Breaks. “It’s just very interesting to get another look at how it is there [in Washington]. Even if I wouldn’t be able to go, just to get the invitation would be nice. I don’t know whether they gave up on me altogether or not, but it’s somewhat strange.”
The Capitals have tried to sign him, he announced in May that he signed a 2 year deal with Traktor of the KHL.
- Chris Johnston via twitter: After Malcolm Subban signed with the Bruins, 18 of the top 30 2012 1st round picks have signed entry-level deals.
- Chip Alexander via twitter: Hurricanes GM Jim Rutherford said that contract talks continue with Jeremy Welsh, and that he’d thinks they can get it done by next week.
- Dan Rosen via twitter: Petr Sykora and Henrik Tallinder will be back in the Devils lineup tonight. Josefson and Harrold are out.
- Edmonton Oilers via twitter: The Oilers have agreed to terms with GM Steve Tambellini on a new contract.
- TSN Radio via twitter: Pierre LeBrun said that the Panthers are very interested in Roberto Luongo.
- Tony Gallagher of the Vancouver Province: With Tomas Vokoun signing with the Penguins, and Tim Thomas taking a year off, the value from trading Roberto Luongo may have increased. The Maple Leafs had some interest in Vokoun and may now look more seriously at Luongo. The Canucks may have to take some salary back. There has been talk of Columbus being interested, but it’s not likely that he’d waive his no-trade clause to go there.
- Roger Millions via twitter: Some with SportsNet believe that Eric Veilleux is still in the mix for a Flames coaching position. He and Hartley are still close.
- Tom Gulitti via twitter: Devils Zach Parise on Adam Oates getting a head coaching position: “I think he’d do great, but, hopefully, that’s not the case. Hopefully, he sticks around here.” … Sure doesn’t sound like someone planning to play for another organization next season.
- Katie Carrera via twitter: Forward Mike Knuble won’t return to the Capitals next year.
- Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News: The Red Wings have been evaluating their roster, free agents and possible trade targets:
“A lot can happen before June 30 (the day before free agency begins on July 1),” Holland said. “We’ve had discussions on a lot of players who could be available.”
The Wings may be looking for a backup goalie as there have been some health concerns for Joey MacDonald (partially herniated disc). Patrick Eaves should be recovered from his concussion by training camp. GM Ken Holland will meet with Brad Stuart’s agent at the draft.
- Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press: The Red Wings could be aggressive this offseason, but beyond Zach Parise and Ryan Suter, there is a dropoff. Teams like the Sharks, Canucks, Penguins, Bruins, Blackhawks and Predators could also be looking to make changes, making it a crowded market. Rick Nash wants out but he would cost 4 or 5 assets. The Wings brain trust will meet again shortly.
“It was a good start,” Holland said. “We talked about a lot of players, including our own in Grand Rapids, and where some of those guys fit in. We talked about some players that we’ve heard might be available, through the rumor mill, and we looked at teams that might have cap issues.”
Morning rumors involving: Maple Leafs, Wild, Sabres, Islanders, Blackhawks, Hurricanes, Stars, Red Wings and Predators
- Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun: The Maple Leafs, Penguins and Senators are checking out the goalie market.The Pens and Sens are looking for depth, and have shown interest in Josh Harding. The Wild are looking for a top pick and prospect. The Leafs have talked to the Islanders about Evgeni Nabokov, but GM Garth Snow is saying he won’t be moved. There is plenty of interest in Sabres Derek Roy. The Leafs, Canadiens, Blackhawks and Kings were interested in Antoine Vermette before he was dealt to Phoenix. The Canadiens could be open to trading center Tomas Plekanec. The Islanders want to wait until after today’s game to decide whether they are buyers or sellers. P.A. Parenteau is interested in re-signing with the Islanders, but the Senators, Blackhawks, Bruins and Maple Leafs have shown interest in him. If the Hurricanes are able to re-sign Bryan Allen, they may move Jaroslav Spacek. It’s sounding like Steve Ott won’t be moved, Canucks and Leafs interested. Looking like Mike Ribeiro could be moved.
- The Fourth Period: One league executive is saying the Maple Leafs are looking to add 2 top 6 forwards, which may result in the Leafs dealing Mikhail Grabovski. It’s looking unlikely that he’ll be re-signing with the Leafs before the deadline. The Leafs have been offered a 2nd and a prospect. The Leafs are also eyeing Steve Ott, James van Riemsdyk and Paul Stastny.
- Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune: Jonathan Toews upper body injury is progressing. There is a chance he plays on Wednesday. Same goes for Niklas Hjalmarsson.
- Arthur Staple via twitter: The Islanders have a couple inquiries on Brian Rolston, so it won’t be a surprise if he gets claimed off waivers.
- Jim Matheson of the Edmonton Journal: Don’t expect to see Red Wings Patrick Eaves back this season. He’s been out with a broken jaw and is still having headaches.
- Ansar Khan of MLive: Red Wings coach Mike Babcock likes his roster, but realizes you can’t have enough depth up front.
“We’re all focused on if we can improve our team,” Babcock said. “At the same time, we like our team. If there’s something there that can help us and makes sense, then that’s a great thing.
“Change just to change isn’t going to be the approach. We’ve already done a good job in giving ourselves depth on the back end (by acquiring defenseman Kyle Quincey on Tuesday). We want to get healthy up front, but if there’s something available to make us better, we’d like to acquire that.”
A list of players could include: Travis Moen, Paul Gaustad, Sammy Pahlsson, Steve Ott, Mike Knuble and Mikael Samuelsson.
- Josh Cooper of the Tennessean: Predators GM David Poile:
“This trading deadline is not setting up anywhere near the same, in my memory, as past trading deadline,” Poile said. “Now we have more situations where more teams are in the playoffs or ‘I’m two points out of the playoffs … I’m not sure If I’m a buyer or a seller.’ What we know for sure is how close the standings are and it’s really hard to identify very many sellers at this point.”
The Predators continue to look for a forward.
“We certainly could use more depth on our forwards,” Poile said. “You talk two things, a higher-end deal for a top-six or top-nine forward or you talk about your depth.”
Afternoon notes involving Pronger, Lilja, Nodl, Letang, Hall, Markov, Edler, Burrows, Seabrook, Eaves, Green, Miller and more
Philadelphia Flyers NHL.com: Flyers defenseman Chris Pronger will be out 4 weeks as he’s scheduled to have knee surgery tomorrow afternoon to remove some loose particles that have been bothering him for a month or so.
Anthony SanFilippo via twitter: The Flyers are putting Andreas Lilja on the LTIR.
Tim Panaccio via twitter: The Flyers have created $5.6 million in cap space with Pronger and Lilja on the LTIR.
Bob McKenzie via twitter: The Flyers have put Andreas Nodl on waivers. Panthers Mark Cullen is on re-entry waivers.
Seth Rorabaugh via twitter: Penguins Kris Letang has yet to undergo a baseline test.
Jason Gregor via twitter: Oilers Taylor Hall will have an MRI on his shoulder today. He’s optimistic it will be short term.
Eric Engels via twitter: Canadiens defenseman Andrei Markov could return on Wednesday against the Ducks, but playing the following night against the Sharks makes more sense.
Jason Botchford via twitter: Alex Edler is back practicing today. Alex Burrows is not practicing. Mason Raymond is with the Sedins.
Ben Meyer-Abbott via twitter: Blackhawks David Bolland and Brent Seabrook are expected to play tomorrow against the Coyotes.
Brian Hedger via twitter: According to the Red Wings, Patrick Eaves will be out 6-8 weeks as he requires surgery for his broken jaw.
Stephen Whyno via twitter: Capitals defenseman Mike Green skated today and on Saturday. GM McPhee said there is still no timetable for his return.
John Vogl via twitter: Sabres Ryan Miller will join teammates at tomorrow’s morning skate and plans on practicing with the team on Wednesday.
Arthur Staple via twitter: Islanders Jay Pandolfo will be out 4-6 weeks with a broken foot.
Damian Cristodero via twitter: Lightning forward Steve Downie is taking part in the morning skate, no word on if he’ll go tonight or not.
Corey Masisak via twitter: Lines at Capitals practice: Ovechkin-Backstrom-Brouwer, Semin-Johansson-Eakin, Chimera-Laich-Ward, Perreault-Hendricks-Halpern-Knuble.
Dan Tencer via twitter: Nikolai Khabibulin will start in net for the Oilers.
Jason Botchford via twitter: Cory Schneider will start in net for the Canucks tomorrow.
Sunday morning rumor update … D-day for Filatov coming … Injuries to Hall, Edler, Lehtonen, Daley, and Eaves
- Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun:
- Garrioch wouldn’t be surprised if the Stars showed interest in Jarome Iginla to help put the team back on the hockey map. If the Flames and Iginla (NTC) decide to move on, there will be plenty of teams interested. New Stars owner Tom Gaglardi is believed to be giving GM Joe Nieuwendyk the resources to add some salary.
- Lightning GM Steve Yzerman has interest in a goaltending and defensemen. Yzerman isn’t offering anything up that teams are interested in for a defenseman. He’d move Mattias Ohlund, but no one is interested in his remaining 3 years with a $3.607 million cap hit. Yzerman could be targeting Jonathan Bernier.
- The Blue Jackets are trying to get Bernier as well.
- Canucks GM Mike Gillis has been trying to trade Keith Ballard, and would like to get a defenseman in return. They may try to get Matt Carle from the Flyers.
- Don’t look for Islanders Kyle Okposo to get traded, he is wearing an “A”. Isles GM Garth Snow is looking for some forward help.
- Avalanche coach Joe Sacco is on the hotseat. Avs GM Greg Sherman may look to make a deal to shake things up. Center Paul Stastny’s name has come up. Many don’t think they’d move Stastny, but anything is possible in Colorado according to one league executive.
- The Flames could be interested in Oilers center Sam Gagner.
- The Hurricanes aren’t thrilled with Tomas Kaberle and have checked around to see if there is any interest.
- The Blackhawks would like to add a defenseman.
- Erik Erlendsson of the Tampa Tribune: Adding a goalie will likely be the main goal for Lightning GM Steve Yzerman this summer. Erlendsson doesn’t think they’ll make a change during the season. Dustin Tokarski and Jaroslav Janus are unknown projects who haven’t shown if they can play in the NHL. Cory Schneider and Jonathan Bernier could become trade options. The Lightning scouted the Kings late last year. A Vancouver scout was said to be scouting the Lightning’s AHL affiliate. Wild backup, Josh Harding, will be a UFA at the end of the year. A long shot could be 28 year old Vasily Koshechkin, a 2002 draft pick playing in Russia.
- Jim Gintonio of the Arizona Republic: Kyle Turris was originally going to be sent to the AHL on a conditioning stint, but will now remain with the Coyotes.
“Kyle has returned in phenomenal condition,” Maloney said. “We skated him hard two days in a row, and he looks strong and in shape, so we’ve decided to keep him with us. We still have the option to send him to Portland for a couple games next weekend, which we may, but it’s not in stone. We’re going to assess where he is in practice and potentially play him as early as next week.”
- Darren Millard via twitter: Millard wonders if last night will be the last straw in Washington. Will management make a coaching change?
- Don Brennan of the Ottawa Sun: Senators GM Bryan Murray told Nikita Filatov that he’d make a decision on his playing future by November 30th. Filatov has said he’d rather go play in the KHL if there isn’t a roster spot in Ottawa. He has 6 points in his last 2 games, 12 points total in 14 games (not including last night’s game).
- Dan Tencer via twitter: Oilers forward Taylor Hall left last night’s game with a shoulder injury.
- Ben Kuzma of the Vancouver Province: Canucks defenseman Alex Edler suffered what looked to be a shoulder injury in the 2nd period last night.
- Dallas Morning News: Stars goalie Kari Lehtonen took a shot off his right knee, just above the goalie pad. He left right after and didn’t return. (it also looked like he could have injured his groin.)
- Dallas Stars via twitter: Stars defenseman Trevor Daley left last night’s game with an upper-body injury.
- Adrian Dater of the Denver Post: The Avs put defenseman Erik Johnson on the IR with a groin injury.
- Hockey Night in Canada Hotstove link: Talk on the Flames and Iginla. Iginla may be thinking about moving on.
- Mike Brudenell of the Detroit Free Press: Red Wings forward Patrick Eaves was taken off the ice on a stretcher after taking a shot off the side of the head/face. He was taken to a hospital, and was diagnosed with a fractured jaw.
We’ll be updating NHL free agents signings from today in the chart below and in (hit F5 to refresh page) our Top 25 free agents page.
|Players||Old Team||New Team||Contract Notes|
|Ruslan Fedotenko||Rangers||Rangers||1 year, $1.4 million|
|Sean Bergenheim||Lightning||Panthers||4 years, $11 million|
|Michael Handzus||Kings||Sharks||2 years, $5 million|
|Andrew Ebbett||Coyotes||Canucks||1 year, $525,000|
|Tanner Glass||Canucks||Jets||1 year, $750,000|
|Dan Carcillo||Flyers||Blackhawks||1 year, $775,000|
|Corey Potter||Penguins||Oilers||1 year|
|Francis Lessard||Senators||Senators||1 year|
|Chuck Kobasew||Wild||Avalanche||2 years, $2.5 million|
|Brian Elliott||Avalanche||Blues||1 year, $600,000|
|Eric Belanger||Coyotes||Oilers||3 years, $5.25 million|
|Curtis Sanford||Canadiens||Blue Jackets||1 year, $600,000|
|Tomas Fleischmann||Avalanche||Panthers||4 years, $18 million|
|Jim Vandermeer||Oilers||Sharks||1, year, $1 million|
|Sheldon Souray||Oilers||Stars||1 year, $1.65 million|
|Ryan Potulny||Senators||Capitals||2 years, $1.05 million|
|JS Giguere||Maple Leafs||Avalanche||2 years , $2.5 million|
|Alexei Ponikarovsky||Kings||Hurricanes||1 year, $1.5 million|
|Marco Sturm||Capitals||Canucks||1 year, $2.25 million|
|Ville Leino||Flyers||Sabres||6 years, $27 million|
|Benoit Pouliot||Canadiens||Bruins||1 year, $1.1 million|
|Michael Ryder||Bruins||Stars||2 years, $7 million|
|Alex Auld||Canadiens||Senators||1 year, $1 million|
|Cam Barker||Wild||Oilers||1 year, $2.25 million|
|Darcy Hordichuk||Panthers||Oilers||1 year, $825,000|
|Erik Cole||Hurricanes||Canadiens||4 years, $18 million|
|Roman Hamrlik||Canadiens||Capitals||2 years, $7 million.|
|Marty Reasoner||Panthers||Islanders||2 years, $2.7 million|
|Joel Ward||Predators||Capitals||4 years, $12 million|
|Steve Sullivan||Predators||Penguins||1 year, $1.5 million|
|Mike Commodore||Blue Jackets||Red Wings||1 year, $1 million|
|Michael Rupp||Penguins||Rangers||3 years, $4.5 million|
|Peter Budaj||Avalanche||Canadiens||2 years, $2.3 million|
|Brian Boucher||Flyers||Hurricanes||2 years, $1.9 million|
|Derek Meech||Red Wings||Jets||1 year, 2-way $700,000|
|Max Talbot||Penguins||Flyers||5 years, $9 million|
|Radim Vrbata||Coyotes||Coyotes||3 years, $9 million|
|Marcel Goc||Predators||Panthers||3 years, $5.1 million|
|Andreas Lilja||Ducks||Flyers||1 year|
|Andrew Brunette||Wild||Blackhawks||1 year, $2 million|
|Vern Fiddler||Coyotes||Stars||3, years, $5.4 million|
|Ed Jovanovski||Coyotes||Panthers||4 years, $16.5 million|
|Tim Brent||Maple Leafs||Hurricanes||2 years, $1.5 million|
|Radek Dvorak||Jets||Stars||1 year, $1.5 million|
|Jan Hejda||Blue Jackets||Avalanche||4 years, $13 million|
|Boyd Gordon||Capitals||Coyotes||2 years, $2.65 million|
|Mark Mancari||Sabres||Canucks||1 year, $525,000|
|Matt D’Agostini||Blues||Blues||2 years, $2.3 million|
|Raffi Torres||Canucks||Coyotes||2 years, $3.5 million|
|Jaromir Jagr||KHL||Flyers||1 year, $3.3 million|
|Mike Smith||Lightning||Coyotes||2 years, $4 million|
|Jeff Halpern||Canadiens||Capitals||1 year, $825,000|
|Scottie Upshall||Blue Jackets||Panthers||4 years, $14 million|
|Chris Butler||Flames||Flames||2 years, $2.5 million|
|Sean O’Donnell||Flyers||Blackhawks||1 year, $850,000|
|Adam Pardy||Flames||Stars||2 years, $4 mllion|
|Jose Theodore||Wild||Panthers||2 years, $3 million|
|Brett McLean||Blackhawks||1 year, 2-way $525,000|
|Ben Eager||Sharks||Oilers||3 years, $3.3 million|
|Jamal Mayers||Sharks||Blackhawks||1 year, $550,000|
|Mathieu Garon||Columbus||Lightning||2 years, $2.6 million|
|Cody McCormick||Sabres||Sabres||3 years, $3.6 million|
|Andy Greene||Devils||Devils||4 years,|
|Drew Miller||Red Wings||Red Wings||2 years, $1.65 million|
|Tyler Kennedy||Penguins||Penguins||2 years, $4 million|
|Chris Higgins||Canucks||Canucks||2 years, $3.8 million.|
|James Wisniewski||Columbus||Columbus||6 years, $33 million.|
|Sami Salo||Canucks||Canucks||1 year, $2 million.|
|Josh Harding||Wild||Wild||1 year, $750,000|
|Patrick Eaves||Wings||Wings||3 years, $3.6 million.|
James Wisniewski signs a 6 year, $33 million deal with the Blue Jackets.
Sami Salo signs a 1 year, $2 million deal with the Canucks.
Patrick Eaves signs a 3 year, $3.6 million deal with the Red Wings.