It's been a big few months for the Columbus Blue Jackets, who have traded away popular veterans one by one as part of a major roster overhaul. At least one thing stays the same: Zach Werenksi's status with the club.
Signing Philipp Grubauer was the biggest splash made by the NHL’s newest franchise. Landing him seemed unlikely given the success he had last season in Colorado, but the Kraken jumped at the opportunity.
The Toronto Maple Leafs continue to load up on forwards, this time landing unrestricted free agent forward Nick Ritchie for two years at a $2.5 million cap hit.
Jack Eichel’s representatives released a statement Friday night saying “the process is not working,” in further opening a deepening rift between the Buffalo Sabres captain and the team.
David Krejci has announced he will be leaving the Boston Bruins after 15 seasons to return home to the Czech Republic
While the second day of free agency was a bit quieter, two recent Stanley Cup champs brought in experience from players that have league championships of their own.
In an effort to continue becoming a more rounded team, the New York Rangers have added size in an effort to make them a nuisance to deal with.
Just under a week after his longtime teammate Seth Jones was shipped out to Chicago, Zach Werenski has signed a six-year contract with an AAV of $9.853-million.
NHL teams combined for a series of splashes in free agency, managing to make major moves despite the salary cap staying flat.
Fresh off of a second consecutive loss to the Lightning in the Stanley Cup final, Corey Perry will join the team for a two-year run.
NHL GMs made a statement Wednesday: arguably the most vital position a team can have, is now being broken down into smaller components, and help in coping with their goalie workload is being prioritized by numerous franchises.
Whether or not the early moves work out remains to be seen, but here’s a look at a few of the most improved teams after the first day of free agent frenzy.
Follow along with all the big deals with live updates and instant analysis from The Hockey News' writing staff throughout the first day of the NHL's signing season.
After an unprecedented free-agent gorge on opening day, few high-impact players remain. Who are the top names still searching for new contracts?
The biggest fish is off the board. Dougie Hamilton has signed a seven-year contract with the New Jersey Devils on a deal worth $9-million per season.
The deal for the veteran scoring forward is worth $13.5 million.
Despite rumors of him moving elsewhere, Ryan Getzlaf is sticking in Anaheim on a one-year deal.
Not only does Danault improve the Kings' defense with his elite shutdown skills, but his arrival should also help their offense by taking pressure off other forwards to face difficult competition.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have added some depth on the wing by signing forward Michael Bunting to a two-year contract.
Nearing the edge of its win-now cliff, Calgary spikes its competitiveness significantly with the feisty back-to-back Stanley Cup champ.