CAM TALBOT, 33: Calgary to Wild
Made up his mind quickly and was one of the first free-agent signees, joining the Wild for three years and $11 million. His NHL career has been up and down, but a strong 2019-20 earned him a big contract.
JACOB MARKSTROM, 30: Vancouver to Calgary
The 6-foot-6 Swedish standout was the big winner in free agency. After only three NHL seasons as a No. 1, he got a six-year, $36 million deal.
BRADEN HOLTBY, 31: Washington to Vancouver
Holtby won a Vezina Trophy (2016) and a Stanley Cup (2018) with the Capitals, but the five-time All-Star struggled last season. He replaces Markstrom in Vancouver for two years, $8.6 million.
HENRIK LUNDQVIST, 38: N.Y. Rangers to Washington
The future Hall of Famer had spent his entire 15-year career with the Rangers before signing with the Capitals (one year, $1.5 million), but he will miss the season because of heart surgery.
COREY CRAWFORD, 35: Chicago to New Jersey to retirement
The two-time Stanley Cup winner got a two-year, $7.8 million contract, then announced his retirement Saturday. Good thing the Devils hedged their bet by giving backup MacKenzie Blackwood a three-year, $8.4 million contract.
THOMAS GREISS, 34: N.Y. Islanders to Detroit
He's going from a strong team to one of the NHL's worst, but gets $7.2 million over two years to get bombarded.
ANTON KHUDOBIN, 34: re-signed with Dallas
After leading Dallas to the Stanley Cup Final, Khudobin stayed with the Stars for $10 million over three years. The Russian was a seventh-round pick in 2004 by Minnesota, playing briefly for the Wild before a 2011 trade to Boston.
MATT MURRAY, 26: re-signed with Ottawa
A Cup winner in his first two seasons in Pittsburgh, Murray was a restricted free agent who was traded to Ottawa after last season and re-signed with the Senators for four years and $25 million.