Edmonton defenseman Joey LaLeggia is attending his fourth Developmental Camp with the Oilers but, unlike the previous three years, he'll be playing pro hockey next season.
Several very good players still remain available on the NHL's free-agent market.
Two of Nicklas Lidstrom's sons are taking part in the Detroit Red Wings' developmental camp this weekend after playing in Sweden last season.
As Nic Petan hopes to make the Winnipeg Jets, he believes he's really improved his defense to make that happen.
Brandon Prust was vacationing in Rome with his fiancee when he heard he was traded July 1 by Montreal to Vancouver.
The Denver Post's Mike Chambers doesn't think that Francois Beauchemin is the defenseman that the Colorado Avalanche need, comparing him (unfavorably) to Brad Stuart.
Phil Kessel says he's extremely excited to have been traded the other day to the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch's Bernie Miklasz believes that the St. Louis Blues are actually better off without T.J. Oshie.
Aaron Portzline of the Columbus Dispatch sees Matt Calvert as a fourth-line forward in 2015-16.
The Minnesota Wild have officially announced the signing of Devan Dubnyk to a six-year/$26 million contract.
The Washington Capitals added some goaltending depth by inking Dan Ellis to a one-year, two-way contract on Saturday.
The Predators have inked free agent center Cody Bass to a one-year deal, two-way deal.
Blake Comeau should have no trouble feeling at home with the Avalanche.
Mike Hoffman, who had a breakout rookie season in 2014-15, has filed for salary arbitration.
Lawson Crouse completed the Panthers' development camp with a flurry.