Free-for-all on the free-agent market


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Daniel SedinVancouverVancouver$30.5M5
Henrik SedinVancouverVancouver$30.5M5
Though technically not free agents, by signing an hour or so before the period began, the twins set the tone for the rest of the day forcing teams anxious to bid on the prolific forwards to look elsewhere.
Marian HossaDetroitChicago$62.8M12
Proven sniper went for the long-term deal and will add a huge veteran presence to fast-track the Blackhawks development.
Mattias OhlundVancouverTampa$26.25M7
Big deal for Swedish defenceman, who will be a significant veteran help in rearing top draft pick, Victor Hedman.
Mike CammalleriCalgaryMontreal$30M5
Cashes in on career-best 39 goal season. Was thought to be on Leafs radar but opted for their Original Six rival.
Brian GiontaNew JerseyMontreal$25M5
Busy day for Habs GM Bob Gainey as he gets another big-name forward after trading for Scott Gomez earlier in the week.
Marian GaborikMinnesotaN.Y. Rangers$28.75M5
Injuries limited him last season, but former Wild child can score when he's healthy.
Mike KomisarekMontrealToronto$22.5M5
Immediately adds toughness to Leafs blueline and saves GM Burke from an unproductive day.
Dwayne RolosonEdmontonN.Y. Islanders$5M2
Veteran Oiler is moving on.
Nikolai KhabibulinChicagoEdmonton$15M4
Oilers GM Steve Tambellini moves quickly to replace Roloson.
David BoothFloridaFlorida$25.5M6
Panthers didn't want to let this developing scorer get away and paid the price to keep him.
Mike KnublePhiladelphiaWashington$5.6M2
He'll go to the net both to his own benefit and that of his future linemate, superstar Alex Ovechkin.
Chris NeilOttawaOttawa$8M4
Leafs and Rangers were in the picture but it is believed the scrapper took a discount to stay with Sens.
Scott NiedermayerAnaheimAnaheim$6M1
As expected, 35-year-old captain decided to remain just Ducky.
Erik ColeCarolinaCarolina$5.8M2
'Canes wondered if they would be able to keep him.
Martin HavlatChicagoMinnesota$30M6
Should help compensate for the loss of Gaborik.
Hal GillPittsburghMontreal$4.5M2
He has his Stanley Cup ring and decided to move on.
Scott ClemmensenNew JerseyFlorida$3.6M3
Brodeur's backup will stop pucks in the Sunshine State.
Jaroslav SpacekBuffaloMontreal$11.5M3
Defenceman had 45 points with Sabres last year.
John MaddenNew JerseyChicago$2.75M1
A Devil no more, he adds some grit to young Hawks lineup.