It has been an eventful offseason in the NHL. Three players who are almost certainly locks to end up in the Hockey Hall of Fame (Jaromir Jagr, Daniel Alfredsson and Jarome Iginla) changed addresses, as did a few others whose careers could be charting in that direction.
Four of the top 10 active goal-scorers after the 2012-13 season are on a new team, and two retired from NHL duty. The Chicago Blackhawks celebrated their second championship in four seasons, but this time around did so without saying goodbye to a large chunk of the roster, like they did in 2010. The runner-up Boston Bruins, however, were part of some of the biggest transactions of the offseason.
Here's a look at 13 of the most important players in new places for the 2013-14 NHL season: