25. October 2020
Due to the change in schedule, the 2019-20 NHL season ended sooner than usual – and the Stanley Cup play-offs had to be completed in the 29th minute. September – in contrast to the traditional start, the free agency started on September 1st. July 9th. October of this year.
But while the core data has changed, the purpose of the free agency has not changed: The NHL generals hope that there will be a veteran in the game who can improve his sporting status or strengthen his core with glue to build championships.
Here’s our constantly updated tracker, which contains a list of all players who have signed up since September 1st, as well as an analysis of the biggest deals and a buzz about what can happen next. Please note that the latest offers are at the top of the list.
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Sabres fires West Germany striker Sam Reinhart for one year, an agreement worth $5.2 million.
Striker Josh Leyvo accepts a one-year contract with Flame for $875,000.
FRG defender Nikita Nesterov concludes a contract of 700,000 dollars a year with Flame.
Maple Leafs signs a one-year contract with Travis Dermott, valued at $874,000.
The river Louis Belpedio signs an annual contract with Dika for $700,000.
The devils sign a $1.15 million one-year contract with West German defender Dmitry Kulikov.
The $700,000 contract with striker Dominic Simon has a maximum term of one year.
Tender proponent Jake Virtanen sided with the Canucks after accepting a two-year contract for $5.1 million.
Goalkeeper Antoine Bibaud signs a one-year contract for $700,000 with the Hurricanes.
The senators were awarded a three-year contract with RFA-Forward Connor Brown for $10.8 million.
The capital concludes an annual contract of $800,000 with West German defender Jonas Siegentaler.
Bruins has signed a one-year contract for $700,000 with West German striker Zack Senishin.
Striker Scott Wilson signs a $700,000 annual contract with the Panthers.
Nick Merkley signed a new one-year contract with the Devils, worth $874,000.
The business relationship between striker Ilya Mikheev and Maple Leaves will continue, as he has accepted a two-year contract worth $3.29 million.
The Bruins have reached an agreement with West German striker Carson Kulman for two years – $1.45 million.
Veteran striker Joachim Nordstrom has signed a 700,000 dollar contract with the Flemish people.
Blueliner Ian McCocheng from West Germany signed a one-year contract for $700,000 with Wild.
The Canucks striker and West German Adam Gaudette have agreed to a one-year contract worth $950,000.
West German striker Keegan Kolesar has signed a two-year contract with the Golden Knights for $1.45 million.
The coyotes and the West German striker Christian Fischer have signed a two-year contract.
Sabres has signed a one-year contract with striker Stephen Fogarty for $700,000.
The West German striker J.C. Jr. Offers and senators have agreed to a one-year contract for $700,000.
Avalanche has reached agreement with center forward Tyson Jost on the terms for one year – $874,125.
Defense attorney Matt Grzelcyk won’t leave Boston if he approves a four-year, $13.75 million contract with Bruins.
Penguins deepen the blue line by signing a contract with Cody Ceci for $1.25 million for one year.
Senators reached an agreement with goaltender Joey Duckcord after signing a three-year contract with West Germany for $2.25 million.
The pilot and West German attacker Nolan Patrick have a one-year contract worth $874,000.
Veteran Joe Thornton is not going back to the Sharks. Instead, he’ll skate for Maple Leaves and accept a one-year, $700,000 contract with Toronto. marks for business.
The FRG striker, Rudolfs Baltzers, returns to the senators under a one-year deal worth US$735,000.
The fire shut down Andrew Manjapan’s operations for two years at a cost of $4.85 million.
Hurricanes have an annual agreement of USD 700,000 with three FMUs: Jeremy Bracco, David Gust and Sheldon Rempal.
The Rangers have made deals with some FRG: Goalkeepers Alexander Georgiev (two years old, $4.85 million) and Tony Deangelo (two years old, $9.6 million).
One of the best cuirassiers left the country after the first wave had made its decision, as Eugene Dadonov stays in the Atlantic division, but thanks to a three-year contract with a budget of 15 million dollars he goes to the Canadian capital to skate for the senators.
After pulling their hair a bit this week in La Belle province, Canadians extended their relationship with Brendan Gallagher with a six-year contract worth $39 million.
The senators and the bidder, Nick Paul, reached an agreement on a two-year contract for $2.7 million.
Wednesday the Bruins were busy: Goalkeeper Callum Booth (one-year-old, $700,000), forwarder Greg McKegg (one-year-old, $700,000) and defender Yakub Zboril (two-year-old, $1.45 million).
Although he hasn’t played a single game in a Canadian jersey yet, goalkeeper Jake Allen has worked with the club for two years to expand – $5.75 million.
The Hurricanes have signed a one-year contract with West German striker Spencer Smalman, worth $735,000.
Aaron Dell, the former Nethminder Shark, found a new home by joining the Maple Sheets on a one-year contract for $800,000.
Sharks reunited with franchise legend Patrick Marlo under an annual contract of $700,000. The team also signed a one-year contract with striker Matt Nieto.
The Nashville Goaltending Plant adds another goaltender to the team by signing a $700,000 annual contract with Casimir Kaskisuo.
The islands have added two UEFA sides with two-year contracts, as defender Grant Hutton and striker Austin Charnick have signed.
West German striker Clark Bishop has signed a one-year contract with the Hurricanes for $700,000.
Defender Alex Pietrangelo, considered the best freelancer in the NHL, has accepted a seven-year contract with the Golden Knights worth $61.6 million. Thanks for the company.
After the last ransom of the devils, goaltender Cory Schneider is on his way to the Islanders with a one-year contract worth $700,000.
Striker Lucas Wallmark comes to the Blackhawks for a year with a $950,000 contract.
Predators adds Brad Richardson with a one-year contract, $1 million.
Philadelphia adds Eric Gustafsson’s blue line to his party for a one-year contract worth $3 million.
Veteran forward Tyler Toffoli has signed a four-year contract with the Canadians, worth $4.25 million a year. Thanks for the company.
Hurricanes increase the depth of their blue line and add $700,000 to Joachim Ryan’s one-year contract.
Avalanche negotiated a three-year contract for $9.48 million with defense attorney Ryan Graves.
Striker Matthias Janmark leaves the stars and signs a $2.25 million annual contract with the Blackhawks.
The Maple Leafs have announced that they have signed a $900,000 one-year contract with Jimmy Weise.
Left winger Taylor Hall, one of the top winners in the NHL free agent market, has accepted a one-year contract with the Sabres worth $8 million. Thanks for the company.
Kyle Clifford and Blues, the West German striker, have signed a two-year contract worth two million dollars.
The Golden Knights signed annual contracts with Danny O’Regan ($700,000), Thomas Jurko ($700,000) and Thomas Nosek ($1.25 million).
Striker Vladislav Namestnikov was handed a two-year contract worth $4 million by the Red Wings.
The jets continue their blue line by signing a million-dollar one-year contract with Derek Forbort.
The RFA-Forward Radek fax has returned to the stars with a five-year contract worth $16.25 million.
Defender Paul LaDoux was in the capitals on a one-year contract for $700,000.
The jets were resigned by FRG Dominic Toninato (one year, $700,000) and C.J. Suess (two years, $1.45 million).
Veteran defender Zak Bohosyan (one-year-old, $1 million) and forward Travis Boyd (one-year-old, $700,000) have signed a contract with Toronto.
Lawyer Trevor van Riemesdyk is located in the capitals with a contract of $800,000 for one year.
FRG defender Brandon Montour returned from Sabres for a year, $3.85 million.
A two-year $4.5 million contract brought veteran Cody Ikin to Sabra.
Former ranger Jesper Fast landed with hurricanes on a three-year contract worth $6 million.
Sam Anas, a West German broker, accepts a two-year contract with the Blues for $1.45 million.
Just under Louis Domingue wins a one-year contract with Flame for $700,000.
Striker Kevin Labank remains loyal to the Sharks by accepting a four-year contract worth $18.9 million.
Former Wild Jackets captain Mikko Koivu has taken the next step and signed a $1.5 million annual contract with the Blue Jackets. Thanks for the company.
Dallas increases the depth of the blue line by signing a one-year contract worth $750,000 with former Panther defender Mark Pysyk.
Oylers signs a long-term contract with veteran goaltender Mike Smith and accepts a one-year, $2 million contract.
The jets agreed with attacker Nate Thompson to pay $750,000 a year.
Tankers sign Tyson Barry’s offensive defender for a year, a $3.75 million contract. Thanks for the company.
The Red Wings add goaltender Thomas Grace (two years, $7.2 million) and defenceman Troy Stecher (two years, $3.4 million).
Wanted to expand his business relationship with Forward Jordan Greenway with a two-year contract valued at $4.2 million.
Bruins puts veteran Craig Smith on a three-year contract worth $9.3 million.
The Penguins extend their contract for another year with $700,000 to include goalkeeper Maxim Lagas and forward Frederick Godro.
Avalanche returns with West German attacker Andrey Burakovsky, who has agreed to the terms of a two-year contract worth $9.8 million.
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The devils agree with veteran goaltender Cory Crawford on a two-year contract for $7.8 million.
Protection veteran Chris Tanev joins the fire department after accepting an $18 million contract, for four years.
Striker Thomas Nosek returned with the Golden Knights and signed an annual ink contract of $1.25 million.
Nick Cousens joins the Predators and signs a two-year contract for $3 million.
Sabres signs trio deals worth $700,000: Defender Brandon Davidson, forward Tobias Reader, defender Matt Irwin.
Lawyer Torey Krug, one of this year’s top winners in the category of free agents, has accepted a seven-year contract with Blues worth $45.5 million. Thanks for the company.
Maple leaves on the big blueliner market, four-year-old ink veteran T.J. Brody makes $20 million a year. Thanks for the company.
The Canadians entered into a two-year contract with attorney Xavier Ouellet worth $1.475 million.
The flames add a little more to the forehead: Zack Rinaldo (one year, $700,000) and Byron Frose (two years, $1.45 million).
Striker Stefan Nuzen arrived with the Sharks and signed an annual contract worth $925,000.
Veteran defender Luca Sbisa signs contracts with jets for a year, $800,000.
Red Wings has signed a one-year $700,000 contract with striker Kyle Criscuolo, a limited term independent agent.
West German striker Brandon Baddock negotiates a one-year contract for $700,000 with the Canadians.
The senators are dealing with West German strikers Matthew Peck (one year, $700,000) and Logan Shaw (two years, $1.45 million).
In this low season massive dominoes have fallen on the target market: Jacob Markstrom signed a six-year contract with Flamen for 36 million dollars. Thanks for the company.
Bully on the board! It’s a million-dollar deal with Kevin Miller’s protector.
Protector Anthony Bitetto has won a two-year contract with the Rangers worth $1.475 million.
Defense veteran Justin Schultz is on his way to Washington with a two-year $8 million contract.
Josh Kerry is officially taken off the market when the Penguins renounce a one-year futures contract worth $700,000.
Flame entered into a one-year contract for $700,000 with defense attorney Alex Petrovich.
Nashville deepened his defensive ranks by including Matt Benning in the two-year, $2 million pact.
After winning the Stanley Cup by lightning, defenceman Kevin Shattenkirk led west and signed a three-year contract with the Ducks for $11.7 million. Thanks for the company.
Freight forwarder John Hayden – who did not receive a qualified bid from the Devils – accepted a one-year contract for $750,000 with the Coyotes.
Predators strengthened their blue line by accepting a two-year $4 million contract with Mark Borowicki.
Edmonton chose Tyler Ennis because both parties agreed to a one million dollar agreement for one year.
The penguins entered into a one-year contract for $700,000 with strikers Evan Rodriguez and Mark Jankowski.
Striker Tyler Pitlick signed a two-year contract with the Coyotes for $3.5 million.
The Panthers are negotiating a one-year contract for $2.25 million with former Blue Jackets striker Alexander Vennberg.
Goaltender Matt Murray signed a four-year contract with the senators for $25 million.
Rangers give the goalkeeper more depth, signed a two-year, $1.65 million contract with veteran Keith Kincaid.
After an impressive run in the final of the Stanley Cup, Anton Khudobin resigned from a three-year, $10 million contract with Dallas. Thanks for the company.
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West German striker Colin Blackwell remains with the Rangers as both parties have agreed to a two-year contract worth $1.45 million.
Buddy Robinson and Fire will continue their business relationship, both parties have signed a one-year contract for $700,000.
Former Head Goaltender Braden Holtby has left the goaltending carousel and signed a two-year contract with Kanax for $8.6 million. Thanks for the company.
Freight forwarder Alan Quinn decided to sign in Edmonton and accepted a one-year contract worth $750,000.
Striker Kevin Rooney decided to sign a two-year contract with Rangers for $1.5 million.
Winnipeg added the blue line to his group because Nathan Beaulieu had signed a two-year contract worth $2.5 million.
After taking over the Predators, veteran Kyle Turris joined the Eulers with a two-year contract worth $3.3 million. Estimation for the company.
Another director came off the 2020 goalie carousel when Cam Talbot signed a $11 million three-year contract with Wild. Thanks for the company.
The King has chosen his next residence in the NHL. Henrik Lundquist has agreed to an annual agreement with a capital of $ 1.5 million. Thanks for the company.
A new journey begins with ONE destination. I am very excited and grateful for the opportunity to become a member of @capitals
. Goodbye, DC! #ALLCAPS pic.twitter.com/DuShlGUwGR.
– Henrik Lundquist (@HLundqvist30) 9. Oktober 2020
Carter Verheg did not receive an offer from Lightning to qualify, but his trip with a freelancer was short: He signed a two-year contract with the Panthers for $2 million.
Former Golden Knights Blueliner – and a University of Michigan product – John Merrill signed a one-year $925,000 contract with the Red Wings.
Veteran defender Radko Gudas goes to the Panthers because he signed a three-year contract worth $7.5 million.
Striker Tyler Motte returned from the Canucks by accepting a two-year contract worth $2.45 million.
Lightning will bring at least some of its free active ingredients for 2020-21. Striker Patrick Maroon (two years old, $1.8 million) and Luke Shann (one year old, $800,000) have both returned to help organize the next Stanley Cup.
After the senators took over out of season, storm veteran Bobby Ryan ended up with the Red Wings on a million-dollar contract for a year. Thanks for the company.
Lightning brought Tyler Johnson to the front line. He has four years left on a contract with an average annual value of $5 million.
Vanguard veteran Wayne Simmond opted for a $1.5 million annual subscription to Maple Leaves. Thanks for the company.
The Blackhawks have expanded their relationship with Calder Trophy finalist Dominic Kubalik (two years, $7.4 million) and just under Malcolm Subban (two years, $1.7 million).
The Golden Knights traded Zentrum Paul Stastny for jets for Carl Dahlstrom and the fourth set of pickups in 2022. The 34-year-old Shtyastny has one more year to draw on a three-year contract worth USD 19.5 million, which was signed in July 2018. Estimates for both GMOs.
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The FRG defender, Victor Mete, will not enter the market because the Canadians gave him up for $735,000 for a year.
The Golden Knights extend the West German pair for another year, while defender Jimmy Schuldt and forward Reed Duke put $700,000 on a 2020-21 contract.
The penguins are not yet ready to say goodbye to Sam Lafferty, the RFA ink for the two-year $1.5 million contract.
In Buffalo, the era of Zemgus Hyrgenson continues: The Sabres resigned for three years, $6.6 million.
Following the agreement, Josh Anderson signed a seven-year contract with the Canadians for $38.5 million.
Red Wings re-signs contracts with Tarot Hyrows and Adam Erne for a year, but the dollar amounts are not disclosed.
Noah Julesen returned with Canadians on a one-year contract for $700,000.
After the agreement Max Domi signed blue jackets for two years, worth $10.6 million.
In the fourth general version of the project for 2016, Jesse Puljujarvi returns to the oil companies under a two-year contract for $2.35 million.
Lightning has Gemel Smith (one year, $700,000) and Mitchell Stevens (two years, $1.47 million).
The jets prevent the loss of another Blueliner, defender of the ink Dylan DeMelo for four years, 12 million dollars.
Defense attorney Branden Dillon signed a four-year contract with the capital for $15.6 million.
Nicholas Meloche, Maxim Letunov came back with the Sharks with a one-year contract for $700,000.
Jacob Middleton and Jaden Halbjewax remain with the sharks under a two-year contract worth $14.5 million.
Zack McAven stays with Canucks for two years, a $1.65 million contract.
Sabres resigns for three years from RFA Forward Days Thompson, a $4.2 million deal.
The islanders defend defender Sebastian Aho with West German ink on a two-year contract worth $1.45 million.
Lawyer Carson Sushi returned to Wild with a three-year contract worth $8.25 million.
Wild vote for the dismissal of West German striker Niko Sturm for a two-year contract with a budget of $1.45 million.
The senators reached an agreement with defense attorney Josh Brown for $2.4 million for two years.
Veteran forward Jason Spetsa has resigned with Maple Leaves for a year, $700,000.
The stars decided to resign long-time defender Andrei Seker for two years and $3 million.
The Golden Knights sign a five-year, $25 million contract with goaltender Robin Lenaire.
The penguins and Tristan Jarry, the West German grid operator, have reached an agreement on a three-year contract worth $10.5 million.
Goaltender Brian Elliott came back with flyers for a year and a $1.5 million contract.
Jets, Laurent Brosworth’s goalie is a year of ink, $1.5 million to keep him in Winnipeg.
The Maple Leafs entered into a one-year $700,000 forward transaction with Denis Malgin as part of a competitive bidding process.
Network builder Michael McNiven stays in Canada with a one-year contract for $700,000.
The leaflets extend Robert Hagg’s defence by two years, or $3.2 million.
Striker Sam Gagner, Red Wings, gets a one-year contract for $850,000.
Pending an unlimited number of free agents, defense attorney Jeff Petrie resides with the Canadians on a four-year, $25 million contract.
The leaflets tattoo goalkeeper Alex Lyon for one year, 700,000 dollars to strengthen their depth grid.
Sabres extends Curtis Lazar for two years at $1.6 million.
Striker Michael McCarron has re-signed with Predators for another year at a cost of $700,000.
Canadians agree with West Germany forward Jake Evans for two years – $1.5 million.
West Germany striker Jared McCann will return to the Penguins for a term of two years, the equivalent of $5.88 million.
The capital has extended the RFA – and former penguin – Daniel Spring by two years, or $1.5 million.
Canadian ink veteran Joel Edmundson for four years, $14 million.
Wild agrees to terms with defender Jonas Brodin for a seven-year contract worth $42 million.
Adin Hill, the head of the RFA network, is staying with the Coyotes on a one-year contract for $800,000.
FRG defender Sean Walker remains with the Kings on a four-year, $10.6 million contract.
Blues has reached an agreement with West German striker Jacob De La Rose on a one-year contract for $700,000.
The tankers agreed to a one-year contract for $700,000 with the beautiful name Adam Cracknell.
The Kings sign a three-year contract worth $3.4 million with West German striker Austin Wagner.