Signings, rumours, trades and extra

One of the busiest days on the hockey calendar has arrived as the NHL Free Agency opens at 12:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday. Several big names have already signed with their current teams, but there are still a number of high-profile stars looking for new homes. How will the league’s balance of power shift over the coming hours, days and weeks as players make their decisions?

Follow here with our tracker and live blog for the latest deal signings, rumours, trades and more.

Nazem Kadri is one of the biggest stars in NHL Free Agency. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Latest news from the NHL Free Agency:

Who Are the Biggest NHL Free Agents Available?

Johnny Gaudreau: The Calgary Flames frontliner and MVP contender has had his most prolific season, scoring triple digits for the first time and entrenching arguably the No. 1 in hockey.

Patrice Bergeron: While Bergeron is technically an unrestricted free agent, he won’t function as one. It will either be the Bruins or most likely retirement for the future Hall of Fame center who showed in 2021-22 he has plenty of game left.

Nazem Kadri: Kadri slowed after starting at a triple-digit pace but will leave little money on the table after posting career-highs in assists and points and winning the Stanley Cup.

Full top 30 list here

Full list of top NHL free agent signings:

  • Evander Kane re-signs with Oilers (4 years, $20.5 million)

  • Evgeni Malkin re-signs with Penguins (4 years, $24.4 million)

  • Josh Manson re-signs with Avalanche (4 years, $18 million)

  • Victor Olofsson re-signs with Sabers (2 years, $9.5 million)

  • Jack Campbell signs with Oilers (5 years, $25 million)

  • Claude Giroux signs with Senators (3 years, $19.5 million)

  • Ilya Samsonov signs with Maple Leafs (1 year, $1.8 million)

  • Robert Thomas re-signs with Blues (8 years, $65 million)

  • Nick Leddy re-signs with Blues (4 years, $16 million)

  • Vincent Trocheck signs with Rangers (7 years, $39.375 million)

  • Andrew Copp signs with Red Wings (5 years, $28.13 million)

  • Ilya Mikheyev signs with Canucks (4 years, $19 million)

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