The San Jose Sharks have signed defenceman Dalton Prout and forward Jonny Brodzinski to one-year contracts.
The Arizona Coyotes have signed forward Lawson Crouse to a three-year contract.
The Carolina Hurricanes say they are keeping star forward Sebastian Aho and will match the US$42 million offer sheet the Montreal Canadiens tendered him.
The St. Louis Blues have re-signed restricted free agent Sammy Blais to an $850,000, one-year contract.
From the start of New York Islanders' training camp last September, Anders Lee insisted his impending free agency situation was different from the one John Tavares went through.
The Nashville Predators took a big step toward boosting their offence Monday by signing Matt Duchene away from the Columbus Blue Jackets, paying a big price to land a forward they had long targeted.
Nazem Kadri's time with the Maple Leafs is over. Tyson Barrie's has just begun on what is all of a sudden a new-look Toronto blue line.
Robin Lehner thinks he is heading into his prime. The Chicago Blackhawks hope he is right.
A rink rat often found on the practice ice long after his teammates have hit the showers, Jason Spezza has always joked he'd play hockey for free.
John Davidson had a close-up look at how good Artemi Panarin is while the two were with the Columbus Blue Jackets. Now, they will be reunited in New York.
Now all Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin can do is wait.
Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford began his team's longer-than-expected off-season by talking about the need for a culture change.
Players in the fold were more of a priority for the Calgary Flames than the open market when NHL free agency opened Monday.
The Ottawa Senators and Toronto Maple Leafs swapped underperforming defencemen a couple of hours before NHL free agency opened Monday.
For San Jose Sharks general manager Doug Wilson, the start of free agency was a day of mixed emotions.
With free agency and trades heating up on July 1st, many Players took to Twitter in reaction to the deals around the league.
July 1st marks the start of the 2015-16 signing period for NHL free agents
While July 1st can be a time of stress for unrestricted free agents, Matt Moulson maintained his sense of humour and managed to find a familiar home.
This week the players tweeted about free agency signings, bid farewell to fans and teammates, and look forward to playing hockey in new markets.
Players will be the focal point as clubs enter the free agent marketplace looking to improve for the 2013-14 season and beyond