Photos: NHL stars changing teams as free agency opens

 

Dozens of National Hockey League stars switched teams on Friday, the opening day of free agency, capping a week of relocations.

 
 
 
 
<div id="page1">Jarome Iginla, winger, age 36, to Boston Bruins (one-year deal, $6 million) from Pittsburgh Penguins.</div>
 

Jarome Iginla, winger, age 36, to Boston Bruins (one-year deal, $6 million) from Pittsburgh Penguins.

Photograph by: Steve Babineau, NHLI via Getty Images

 
<div id="page1">Jarome Iginla, winger, age 36, to Boston Bruins (one-year deal, $6 million) from Pittsburgh Penguins.</div>
Daniel Alfredsson, winger, age 40, to Detroit Red Wings (one-year deal, $5.5 million) from Ottawa Senators.
Nathan Horton, winger, age 28, to Columbus Blue Jackets (seven-year deal, $37.1 million) from Boston Bruins.
Vincent Lecavalier, centre, age 33, to Philadelphia Flyers (five-year deal, $22.5 million) from Tampa Bay Lightning.
Mike Ribeiro, centre age 33, to Phoenix Coyotes (four-year deal, $22 million) from Washington Capitals.
Daniel Briere, centre, age 35, to Montreal Canadiens (two-year deal, $8 million) from Philadelphia Flyers.
David Clarkson, winger, age 29, to Toronto Maple Leafs (seven-year deal, $36.75 million) from New Jersey Devils.
Bobby Ryan, winger, age 26, to Ottawa Senators in a trade from Anaheim Ducks for Jakob Silfverberg, Stefan Noesen and a first-round pick.
Rob Scuderi, defence, age 34, to Pittsburgh Penguins (four-year deal, $13.5 million) from L.A. Kings.
Andrew Ference, defence, age 34, to Edmonton Oilers (four-year deal, $13 million) from Boston Bruins.
Ryane Clowe, winger, age 30, to New Jersey Devils (five-year deal, 24.25 million) from New York Rangers.
Devin Setoguchi (in white), winger, age 26, to Winnipeg Jets in a trade from Minnesota Wild.
Stephen Weiss, centre, age 30, to Detroit Red Wings (five-year deal, $24.5 million) from Florida Panthers.
Valtteri Filppula, winger, age 29, to Tampa Bay Lightning (five-year deal, $25 million) from Detroit Red Wings.
Matt Cooke, winger, age 34, to Minnesota Wild (three-year deal, $7.5 million) from Pittsburgh Penguins.
Viktor Stalberg, winger, age 27, to Nashville Predators (four-year deal, $12 million) from Chicago Blackhawks.
Max Lapierre, centre, age 28, to St. Louis Blues (two-year deal, $2.2 million) from Vancouver Canucks.
Matt Cullen (left), centre, age 36, to Nashville Predators (two-year deal, $7 million) from Minnesota Wild.
Clarke MacArthur, winger, age 28, to Ottawa Senators (two-year deal, $6.5 million) from Toronto Maple Leafs.
George Parros, winger, age 33, to Montreal Canadiens in trade from Florida Panthers for Philippe Lefebvre and a 2014 seventh-round draft pick.
Ray Emery, goalie, age 30, to Philadelphia Flyers (one-year deal, $1.65 million) from Chicago Blackhawks.
Yannick Weber, defence, age 24, to Vancouver Canucks (one-year deal, $600,000) from Montreal Canadiens.
Brad Richardson, centre age 28, to Vancouver Canucks (two-year deal, $2.3 million) from L.A. Kings.
Pierre-Marc Bouchard, winger, age 29, to New York Islanders (one-year deal, $2 million) from Minnesota Wild.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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