The former Boston College standout points to his Minnesota Wild teammates as a big reason for his on-ice success.
The 22-year-old Hayton recorded 10 goals and 14 assists in 60 games with the Coyotes this past season.
MacKinnon, who just turned 27 earlier this month, signed an eight-year contract worth $100.8 million.
Turris announced his retirement in August after recording 425 career points across in 776 NHL games.
The player the NHL knew as “Big Zee” is calling it a career.
The 33-year-old Toronto native played 13 seasons with the Montreal Canadiens, Nashville Predators and New Jersey Devils.
Heading into his eighth NHL season, Marchessault has become a respected teammate who constantly pushes himself to elevate his game.
The native of St. Clair, Mich., was selected in the fourth round (121st overall) of the 2013 NHL draft by the Chicago Blackhawks.
Team physician Michael Terry said Tuesday that McCabe is expected to return in 10 to 12 weeks.
Young talent fuels Chabot's excitement for the season.
Kyrou set career highs with 27 goals, 48 assists and 75 points in 74 games last season.
Rodrigues arrives in the Mile High City after a season in Pittsburgh, where he set career highs with 19 goals and 24 assists.
Suzuki, 23, becomes the youngest captain in team history.
Bailey has played every one of his 993 NHL regular season games with the New York Islanders.
The main focus of the showcase was for Upper Deck to gather content of many of the game’s top young prospects and rookies.
Tickets to practices will be available to the public beginning September 8.
Star centre Tim Stutzle has agreed to an eight-year, US$66.8-million contract extension, the team announced.
Dach had 26 points (nine goals, 17 assists) in 70 games with the Chicago Blackhawks last season.
Brannstrom, 23, established new career highs in assists (14), points (14) penalty minutes (30) and games (53) last season.
The 29-year-old Miller was Vancouver’s leading scorer last season with 99 points on 32 goals and 67 assists in 80 games.