These free agents still available

Despite the departure of several big guns, there are still several very interesting players available in the autonomy market of the National Hockey League (NHL).

More than 72 hours after the start of the free agent hunt, here are some skaters who are still looking for a new home:

Mike Hoffman

The fate of the attacker seemed linked to that of Taylor Hall. Now that he’s signed with the Buffalo Sabers, where will Hoffman land? The team that attracts him will get their hands on a goalscorer who has never scored less than 22 goals in a season since becoming a regular NHL player.

Evgeny Dadonov

Like Hoffman, Dadonov is a skater known for threading the needle. Since returning to the Bettman Tour in 2017-18, the Russian has amassed 81 goals in 225 games. The right winger may well be back with the Florida Panthers, who made him an offer before the market opened.

Anthony Duclair

After having had his best career campaign with 23 wins and 17 assists for 40 points in 66 games, the Quebecer was dropped by the Ottawa Senators because he was too greedy. Whoever represents himself is therefore looking for a sixth team in the NHL, and this, in just six years.

Alex Galchenyuk

As in the case of Duclair, Galchenyuk is a young player who has already packed his bags several times. After failures with the Montreal Canadiens, the Arizona Coyotes, the Pittsburgh Penguins and recently the Minnesota Wild, will the 26-year-old American deserve another chance or will he be tempted by a exile in Russia?

Sami Vatanen

Obtained from the New Jersey Devils for a third round pick last February, Vatanen was unable to convince the Carolina Hurricanes to keep him. It is possible that his value took a hit and he did not get an offer that attracts him to the market.

Craig anderson

Evgeny Dadonov

File photo, Ben Pelosse

The former Senators appears to be the loser among goaltenders available this fall. While the other masked men have almost all found a taker, Anderson is still waiting for a call.

Joe Thornton and Zdeno Chara

Joe thornton

File photo, AFP

Joe thornton

The two veterans’ cases are quite special, as they are available, but they should logically only get along with the San Jose Sharks and Boston Bruins, respectively.

About Victoria Smith

Victoria Smith who hails from Toronto, Canada currently runs this news portofolio who completed Masters in Political science from University of Toronto. She started her career with BBC then relocated to TorontoStar as senior political reporter. She is caring and hardworking.

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