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2015 NHL Draft

Player signings prior to free agency (May 31 to July 1)

DATE PLAYER TEAM LENGTH OF DEAL
TOTAL SALARY
May-31 Patrik Berglund St. Louis 2 years $4.5 million
May-31 Jack Skille Florida 2 years $1.65 million
Jun-1 Hal Gill Montreal 1 year $2.25 million
Jun-2 Roman Polak St. Louis 5 years $13.75 million
Jun-3 Drew Stafford Buffalo 4 years $16 million
Jun-6 Jason LaBarbera Phoenix 2 years $2.5 million
Jun-9 James Reimer Toronto 3 years $5.4 million
Jun-9 Nikita Nikitin St. Louis 1 year $600,000
Jun-9 Brett Carson Calgary 2 years $1.15 million
Jun-9 Craig Adams Pittsburgh 2 years $1.35 million
Jun-9 Andrei Kostitsyn Montreal 1 year $3.25 million
Jun-10 Mathieu Darche Montreal 1 year $700,000
Jun-10 Grant Clitsome Columbus 2 years $2.5 million
Jun-14 Carl Gunnarsson Toronto 2 years $2.65 million
Jun-15 Vladimir Sobotka St. Louis 3 years $3.9 million
Jun-16 Jay Harrison Carolina 2 years $1.4 million
Jun-17 Trevor Gillies NY Islanders 1 year $625,000
Jun-20 Max Pacioretty Montreal 2 years $3.25 million
Jun-20 Nicklas Lidstrom Detroit 1 year $6.2 million
Jun-20 Henrik Karlsson Calgary 2 years $1.725 million
Jun-23 Ilya Bryzgalov Philadelphia 9 years $51 million
Jun-22 B.J. Crombeen St. Louis 2 years $2 million
Jun-24 Andrei Markov Montreal 3 years $17.25 million
Jun-24 Blair Jones Tampa Bay 1 year $525,000
Jun-24 Eric Brewer Tampa Bay 4 years $15.4 million
Jun-25 Alex Tanguay Calgary 5 years $17.5 million
Jun-27 Kevin Bieksa Vancouver 5 years $23 million
Jun-27 Andrew Desjardins San Jose 1 year $540,000
Jun-27 Alex Stalock San Jose 1 year $625,000
Jun-28 Bruno Gervais Tampa Bay 1 year $525,000
Jun-28 Marc-Andre Bergeron Tampa Bay 2 years $2 million
Jun-28 Pascal Dupuis Pittsburgh 2 years $3 million
Jun-28 Brooks Laich Washington 6 years $27 million
Jun-28 Joni Pitkanen Carolina 3 years $13.5 million
Jun-28 Patrick Dwyer Carolina 2 years $1.25 million
Jun-29 Nathan Gerbe Buffalo 3 years $4.3 million
Jun-29 Chad LaRose Carolina 2 years $3.4 million
Jun-29 Adam Hall Tampa Bay 1 year $600,000
Jun-29 Tomas Kopecky Florida 4 years $12 million
Jun-29 Yannick Weber Montreal 2 years $1.7 million
Jun-29 Maxim Lapierre Vancouver 2 years $2 million
Jun-29 Andrew Alberts Vancouver 2 years $2.45 million
Jun-29 Arron Asham Pittsburgh 1 year $775,000
Jun-30 T.J. Oshie St. Louis 1 year $2.5 million
Jun-30 Dwayne Roloson Tampa Bay 1 year $3 million
Jun-30 Jussi Jokinen Carolina 3 years $9 million
Jun-30 John Mitchell NY Rangers 1 year $650,000
Jun-30 Jamie McGinn San Jose 1 year $680,000
Jun-30 Frazer McLaren San Jose 1 year $575,000
Jun-30 Ryan O'Byrne Colorado 2 years $3.6 million
Jun-30 Matt Hunwick Colorado 1 year $1.55 million
Jun-30 Christian Ehrhoff Buffalo 10 years $40 million
Jun-30 Steve Montador Chicago 4 years $11 million
Jun-30 Ladislav Smid Edmonton 2 years $4.5 million
July-1 James Wisniewski Columbus 6 years $33 million
July-1 Tyler Kennedy Pittsburgh 2 years $4 million
July-1 Josh Harding Wild 1 year $750,000
July-1 Sami Salo Canucks 1 year $2 million

All salary figures are provided by CapGeek.com





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