from Dan Rosen of NHL.com,
For now, with the dust slowly settling on the first day of the signing season, the market is still flush with unrestricted free agents who could make a difference with a new team.
Here is a list of some of the best still available (by position and in alphabetical order):
Note: All salary cap figures are from war-on-ice.com.
SEAN BERGENHEIM, MINNESOTA WILD
Previous cap charge: $2.75 million
Bergenheim had one goal in 17 games and no points in three Stanley Cup Playoff games with the Wild. However, he had 18 points in 39 games with the Florida Panthers before he was traded to Minnesota in February. Bergenheim has 17 points in 26 career postseason games.
BRAD BOYES, FLORIDA PANTHERS
Previous cap charge: $2.625 million
The Panthers bought out the final year of Boyes' contract, making him a free agent. He had 38 points, including 14 goals, in 78 games last season. That was two more points than Boyes had in 2013-14 in the same number of games, but his goal production dipped by seven.
Also, the full list of available players.