The first two days of NHL free agency have come and gone, and nearly every team in the League has undergone changes -- some significant, others less so.
Here's a team-by-team look at what has transpired in the Western Conference and which key unrestricted free agents are still searching for a home for the 2013-14 season:
Say hello to: RW Jakob Silfverberg, RW Stefan Noesen, C Saku Koivu (re-signed), F Matt Beleskey (re-signed)
Say goodbye to: LW Bobby Ryan, D Nate Guenin
Still shopping: RW Radek Dvorak, D Jordan Hendry, C Matthew Lombardi, D Toni Lydman, RW Teemu Selanne, C David Steckel
Skinny: Trading Ryan obviously signals a significant shift for the organization. If Selanne returns for another year, the Ducks will still have three great offensive forwards (with Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry), but how well Silfverberg can replace Ryan remains to be seen. There are other young forwards -- Emerson Etem in particular -- who could be ready for a top-six role. If Lydman doesn't return, Sami Vatanen or Hampus Lindholm locking down a regular spot on defense would help. If general manager Bob Murray looks to make another trade, there is goaltending depth with elite prospect and American World Junior hero John Gibson on the way. The Ducks also brought back one of their most versatile players when they re-signed forward Matt Beleskey to a two-year contract extension.