Best of the rest: What’s left in NHL unrestricted free agency

Best of the rest: What’s left in NHL unrestricted free agency

After the usual flurry of early-July activity, things have settled down on the transaction front as it often does at this time of year. That presents an opportunity to take a closer look at who’s left on the unrestricted free-agent market.


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