Apr 8, 2014; Edmonton, Alberta, CAN; Colorado Avalanche forward Paul Stastny (26) looks for a pass against the Edmonton Oilers at Rexall Place. Mandatory Credit: Perry Nelson-USA TODAY Sports

NHL Free Agency Live Thread


Welcome to the Too Many Men On The Site NHL Free Agency Live Thread! First off, we’d like to wish a Happy Canada Day to all our friends north of the border! Throughout the day this post will be updated with the latest free agent signings and rumors. Be sure to also give us a follow on Twitter ( @TMMOTS) to stay informed throughout the day!


5:25 PM: The Florida Panthers have signed Willie Mitchell to a 2 YR deal

2:45 PM: The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed Anton Stralman to a 5 year, $20 million contract.

2:30 PM: Tlusty signs one year deal with the Carolina Hurricanes

2:28 PM: Leo Komarov to Leafs, 4 year / $2.95 million

2:27 PM: Jarome Iginla contract details for 3 year deal with Colorado

2:10 PM: Marty’s in New Jersey… No, not THAT Marty…

2:06 PM: Matt Moulson’s back in Buffalo. 5 years, $25 million, according to Bob McKenzie.

2:02 PM: The Colorado Avalanche lock up a young piece.

1:51 PM: The New York Rangers make a pair of depth moves.

1:46 PM: The Toronto Maple Leafs have made their first free agent splash. (1:56 PM) UPDATE WITH CONTRACT DETAILS.

1:44 PM: The move almost everybody saw coming, Thomas Vanek goes home.

1:37 PM: His name is Jonas, and he’s on fire.

1:33 PM: “We have a trade to announce.”

1:30 PM: Florida Panthers continue the signings, getting Shawn Thornton.

1:27 PM: Winnipeg Jets with a solid pickup, signing former Anaheim Duck Mathieu Perreault.

1:24 PM: Update on the Brooks Orpik signing… Here are the dollar figures.

1:21 PM: Brian Gionta signs a three-year, $12.75 million contract with the Buffalo Sabres.

1:17 PM: Mike Cammalleri will still wear red, only next year it will be in New Jersey.

1:11 PM: Dallas is not done yet. They just locked up Hemsky.

1:05 PM: It seems that Ryan Miller has found a home out West. Reports are that a deal with the Canucks is done.

1:02 PM: The Capitals have gotten in on the action. Washington fans welcome Brooks Orpik.

1:00 PM: The Sabres have made a move. Honestly they had no choice. They need to spend $20 million.

  12:53 PM: Stastny deal breakdown, includes a NTC:

12:51 PM: Bolland deal in Florida is 5 years / $5.5 per:

12:48 PM: Florida has also apparently signed Dave Bolland:

12:45 PM: Mason Raymond gets a three year deal in Calgary, $9.5 million total

12:44 PM: According to the New York Post, the New York Rangers have signed Dan Boyle to a 2 yr / $9 million deal. Boyle left money on the table in order to stay with the Rangers.

12:42 PM: Jussi Jokinen signs a 4 yr / $4 million per year deal in Florida

12:40 PM: Tom Gilbert to Montreal on a 2 year $2.8 million per year deal

12:37 PM: Mike Cammalleri signs a 5 yr / $25 million deal with the New Jersey Devils

12:36 PM: The St. Louis Blues have signed Paul Stastny to a 4 year deal worth $7 Million per year

12:35 PM: The Montreal Canadiens have traded Josh Gorges to the Buffalo Sabres for a 2016 2nd Round pick

12:24 PM: Islanders have two good goaltenders. WOW, never thought I’d type those words.

12:14 PM: The Edmonton Oilers sign Mark Fayne to a 4 YR/$14.5 Million deal / Benoit Pouliot to a 5 YR/$20 Million deal:

12:07 PM: Cut and bought out one day, signs a one year deal as soon as he can.

12:00 PM: AND WE’RE OFF! 11:51 AM: D. Boyle getting several offers (TOR, TB, MTL, DET, NYR) and it appears the Washington Capitals may have joined the fray

11:40 AM: Bolland could find his way to the Maple Leafs, or Blues. I’d rather see him in St. Louis.

11:05 AM: Spezza going to Dallas, have fun with Lindy Ruff.

10:59 AM: Rangers letting some UFA’s skate away

10:45 AM: The Leafs are taking one more shot at Dave Bolland. Is it time for the Leafs to give up and just let him walk?

10:43 AM: Cap Trouble In Boston! - The Boston Bruins have roughly $5.6 million in cap space with six roster openings. 10:40 AM: Thomas Vanek Update courtesy of Pierre LeBrun: 

10:30 AM: Islanders / CBJ Not In The Running For Big Name FAs - According to Dave Pagnotta of The Fourth Period, the New York Islanders do not appear to be in the running for any of the big name free agents. They will instead focus their energy on top four defensemen and top six wingers. The same appears to apply for the Columbus Blue Jackets, who could look to bolster up their blue line or bottom six forwards.

 

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