The Montreal Canadiens signed forward Jacob de la Rose to a two-year contract on Thursday.
The Columbus Blue Jackets re-signed forward Boone Jenner to a four-year, $15 million contract, locking up a player who has been a stalwart presence in the team's emergence as a playoff contender.
The Montreal Canadiens will be without injured defenceman Shea Weber until mid-December, adding fuel to a fiery debate that has raged since the NHL club acquired the veteran in a trade for fan favourite P.K. Subban.
The Carolina Hurricanes have signed free-agent defenceman Calvin de Haan to a four-year contract.
The Toronto Maple Leafs re-signed defenceman Justin Holl on Tuesday to a two-year contract worth US$1.35 million, an annual average value of $675,000.
John Tavares might finally add a Toronto Maple Leafs jersey to his closet. Uncle John Tavares, that is.
Left wing Remi Elie has signed a $735,000 contract to stay with the Dallas Stars.
Matt Martin is going back to the New York Islanders.
The Boston Bruins have re-signed forward Sean Kuraly to a three-year deal.
The New York Islanders agreed to a one-year deal with free-agent forward Tom Kuhnhackl on Monday.
Joe Thornton talked to several teams last summer when he made his first trip to the free-agent market before ultimately deciding to return to San Jose on a one-year deal.
The Calgary Flames have added a much-needed sniper to their lineup while cementing their top-six forward core, signing proven scorer James Neal on Monday.
As the son of a journeyman hockey player and eventual coach, Buffalo Sabres newly acquired forward Tage Thompson became accustomed to never staying put in one place for too long.
vStill stung by the Blues missing the playoffs for the first time in six seasons, general manager Doug Armstrong capped a major roster overhaul on the first day of the NHL's free-agency period by acquiring centre Ryan O'Reilly in a multiplayer trade with the Buffalo Sabres.
John Tavares isn't the only free agent going back to a familiar place.
John Tavares spent a lot of Saturday walking the length of his pool — back and forth, back and forth — trying to make what felt like an impossible decision.
On Sunday , the Red Wings signed 34-year-old winger Thomas Vanek and 29-year-old goaltender Jonathan Bernier and re-signed 32-year-old defenceman Mike Green.
A former Oiler and Oiler draft pick are returning to Edmonton.
One year ago, the Vegas Golden Knights were in the midst of forming their first team. On Sunday, they were in the middle of the free-agent market as they look to fine-tune the roster for another run at the Stanley Cup Final.
A 36-goal scorer is moving closer to home and couldn't be happier about it.