2012 NHL UFA Tracker

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Here are NHLers who were eligible for unrestricted free agency on July 1, listed by position with 2011-12 team, age and salary-cap hit last season. The UFA tracker will be updated as players sign new deals.

CENTER
Team Player Age Cap hit Signed by:
Anaheim Ryan O'Marra 25 $735,000  
Anaheim Rod Pelley 27 $550,000  
Boston Josh Hennessy 27 $600,000  
Buffalo Jochen Hecht 35 $3,525,000  
Calgary Olli Jokinen 33 $3,000,000 Winnipeg, 2 years, $9 million
Colorado Jay McClement 29 $1,450,000 Toronto, 2 years, $3 million
Colorado Ryan Stoa 25 $803,250 Washington, 1 year, $700,000
Colorado Greg Mauldin 29 $525,000  
Colorado Peter Mueller 24 $2,500,000 Florida, 1 year, $1.725 million
Columbus Brendan Morrison 36 $1,250,000  
Columbus Darryl Boyce 27 $700,000  
Columbus Martin St. Pierre 28 $600,000  
Dallas Adam Burish 29 $1,150,000 San Jose, 4 years, $7.2 million
Dallas Jake Dowell 27 $800,000 Minnesota, 2 years, $1.4 million
Dallas Toby Petersen 33 $775,000 Dallas, 2 years, $1.35 million
Detroit Andrew Murray 31 $575,000 St. Louis, 1 year, $600,000
Edmonton Josh Green 34 $575,000  
Florida Mark Cullen 33 $600,000  
Florida John Madden 39 $600,000  
Florida Greg Rallo 30 $550,000 Florida, 1 year, $550,000
Minnesota Erik Christensen 28 $925,000  
Minnesota Jeff Taffe 31 $600,000  
Minnesota Warren Peters 29 $537,500 Pittsburgh, 1 year, $600,000
N.Y. Islanders Trevor Frischmon 30 $615,000  
N.Y. Islanders Jeremy Colliton 27 $600,000  
N.Y. Islanders Micheal Haley 26 $550,000 NY Rangers, 2 years, $1.2 million
N.Y. Rangers John Mitchell 27 $650,000 Colorado, 2 years, $2.2 million
N.Y. Rangers Andre Deveaux 28 $525,000 Florida, 1 year, $700,000
N.Y. Rangers Kris Newbury 30 $512,500 NY Rangers, 2 years, $1.2 million
New Jersey Brad Mills 29 $525,000  
New Jersey Tim Sestito 27 $525,000 New Jersey, 1 year, $525,000
Ottawa Jesse Winchester 28 $750,000  
Ottawa Zenon Konopka 31 $700,000 Minnesota, 2 years, $1.85 million
Ottawa Corey Locke 28 $550,000  
Ottawa Rob Klinkhammer 25 $525,000 Phoenix, 1 year, $650,000
Philadelphia Blair Betts 32 $700,000  
Phoenix Gilbert Brule 25 $1,850,000  
Phoenix Daymond Langkow 35 $4,500,000  
Phoenix Marc-Antoine Pouliot 27 $605,000  
Phoenix Alexandre Bolduc 27 $575,000 Phoenix, 1 year, $650,000
Pittsburgh Ryan Craig 30 $525,000  
San Jose Torrey Mitchell 27 $1,366,667 Minnesota, 3 years, $5.7 million
San Jose Dominic Moore 31 $1,100,000  
St. Louis Jason Arnott 37 $2,875,000  
Tampa Bay Ryan Shannon 29 $625,000  
Tampa Bay Trevor Smith 27 $525,000 Pittsburgh, 1 year, $575,000
Vancouver Samuel Pahlsson 34 $2,650,000  
Vancouver Steven Reinprecht 36 $2,050,000  
Vancouver Andrew Ebbett 29 $525,000 Vancouver, 1 year, $600,000
Washington Jeff Halpern 36 $825,000 NY Rangers, 1 year, $700,000
Washington Keith Aucoin 33 $512,500 Toronto, 1 year, $650,000
Winnipeg Kyle Wellwood 29 $700,000 Winnipeg, 1 year, $1.6 million
RIGHT WING
Team Player Age Cap hit Signed by:
Anaheim Teemu Selanne 41 $4,000,000 Anaheim, 1 year, $4.5 million
Anaheim George Parros 32 $875,000 Florida, 2 years, $1.85 million
Boston Michel Ouellet 30 $525,000  
Buffalo Brad Boyes 30 $4,000,000 NY Islanders, 1 year, $1 million
Buffalo Ales Kotalik 33 $3,000,000  
Calgary David Moss 30 $1,300,000 Phoenix, 2 years, $4.2 million
Calgary Tom Kostopoulos 33 $916,667  
Calgary Guillaume Desbiens 27 $525,000 Vancouver, 1 year, TBD
Calgary P-L Letourneau-Leblond 27 $525,000  
Colorado Joakim Lindstrom 28 $600,000  
Dallas Radek Dvorak 35 $1,500,000  
Dallas Raymond Sawada 27 $600,000  
Detroit Chris Conner 28 $550,000 Phoenix, 1 year, $650,000
Florida Mikael Samuelsson 35 $2,500,000 Detroit, 2 years, $6 million
Florida Krystofer Barch 32 $837,500 New Jersey, 2 years, $1.5 million
Florida Bill Thomas 29 $550,000  
Los Angeles Scott Parse 27 $900,000  
Los Angeles Trent Hunter 31 $600,000  
Minnesota Jed Ortmeyer 33 $585,000  
Minnesota Jon DiSalvatore 31 $537,500  
Montreal Brian Willsie 34 $600,000  
Montreal Brad Staubitz 27 $575,000 Anaheim, 2 years, $1.275 million
N.Y. Islanders P-A Parenteau 29 $1,250,000 Colorado, 4 years, $16 million
N.Y. Rangers Brandon Prust 28 $800,000 Montreal, 4 years, $10 million
Nashville Andrei Kostitsyn 27 $3,250,000  
Nashville Jordin Tootoo 29 $1,250,000 Detroit, 3 years, $5.7 million
Nashville Brian McGrattan 30 $600,000 Nashville, 1 year, $600,000
New Jersey Petr Sykora 35 $650,000  
New Jersey Stephen Gionta 28 $512,500 New Jersey, 2 years, $1.125 million
Ottawa Mark Parrish 35 $650,000  
Ottawa Tim Conboy 30 $600,000  
Ottawa Francis Lessard 33 $550,000  
Philadelphia Jaromir Jagr 40 $3,300,000 Dallas, 1 year, $4.5 million
Phoenix Shane Doan 35 $4,550,000  
Pittsburgh Arron Asham 34 $775,000 NY Rangers, 2 years, $2 million
Pittsburgh Jason Williams 31 $600,000  
Pittsburgh Richard Park 36 $550,000  
San Jose Ben Guite 33 $525,000  
St. Louis Jamie Langenbrunner 36 $2,750,000 St. Louis, 1 year, $1.25 million
St. Louis Jonathan Cheechoo 31 $600,000  
Tampa Bay Tim Wallace 27 $700,000 Carolina, 1 year, $700,000
Tampa Bay Brandon Segal 28 $525,000 NY Rangers, 1 year, $550,000
Toronto Colby Armstrong 29 $3,000,000 Montreal, 1 year, $1 million
Toronto Joey Crabb 29 $750,000 Washington, 1 year, $950,000
Vancouver Byron Bitz 27 $700,000  
Vancouver Steve Pinizzotto 28 $600,000 Vancouver, 1 year, $600,000
Vancouver Mark Mancari 26 $525,000 Buffalo, 1 year, $550,000
Washington Alexander Semin 28 $6,700,000 Carolina, 1 year, $7 million
Washington Mike Knuble 39 $2,000,000  
Washington Joel Rechlicz 25 $525,000 Phoenix, 1 year, $550,000
Winnipeg Tim Stapleton 29 $525,000  
LEFT WING
Team Player Age Cap hit Signed by:
Anaheim Jason Blake 38 $4,000,000  
Anaheim Niklas Hagman 32 $3,000,000  
Anaheim Jean-Francois Jacques 27 $650,000 Florida, 1 year, $750,000
Anaheim Troy Bodie 27 $550,000  
Boston Brian Rolston 39 $5,062,500  
Buffalo Michael Ryan 32 $525,000  
Calgary Raitis Ivanans 33 $600,000  
Calgary Stefan Meyer 26 $512,500  
Carolina Brett Sutter 25 $525,000 Carolina, 1 year, $550,000
Colorado Patrick Rissmiller 33 $525,000  
Columbus Kristian Huselius 33 $4,750,000  
Columbus Andrew Brunette 38 $2,000,000  
Columbus Alexandre Giroux 31 $825,000  
Columbus Dane Byers 26 $550,000  
Detroit Jiri Hudler 28 $2,875,000 Calgary, 4 years, $16 million
Detroit Tomas Holmstrom 39 $1,875,000  
Detroit Fabian Brunnstrom 27 $600,000  
Detroit Chris Minard 30 $525,000  
Edmonton Darcy Hordichuk 31 $825,000 Edmonton, 1 year, $850,000
Florida Marco Sturm 34 $2,250,000  
Florida Wojtek Wolski 26 $4,000,000 Washington, 1 year, $600,000
Los Angeles Dustin Penner 29 $4,250,000 Los Angeles, 1 year, $3.25 million
Los Angeles Ethan Moreau 36 $600,000  
Minnesota Guillaume Latendresse 25 $2,600,000 Ottawa, 1 year, $1.25 million
Montreal Mathieu Darche 35 $700,000  
N.Y. Islanders Jay Pandolfo 37 $1,400,000  
N.Y. Islanders Trevor Gillies 33 $625,000  
N.Y. Rangers Sean Avery 32 $3,875,000  
N.Y. Rangers Ruslan Fedotenko 33 $1,400,000 Philadelphia, 1 year, $1.75 million
Nashville Brodie Dupont 25 $550,000  
New Jersey Eric Boulton 35 $662,500 NY Islanders, 1 year, $550,000
New Jersey Zach Parise 27 $6,000,000 Minnesota, 13 years, $98 million
New Jersey Alexei Ponikarovsky 32 $1,500,000 Winnipeg, 1 year, $1.8 million
Phoenix Ray Whitney 40 $3,000,000 Dallas, 2 years, $9 million
Phoenix Taylor Pyatt 30 $1,000,000 NY Rangers, 2 years, $3.1 million
Phoenix Patrick O'Sullivan 27 $625,000  
Pittsburgh Steve Sullivan 37 $1,500,000 Phoenix, 1 year, $1.85 million
Pittsburgh Steve MacIntyre 31 $600,000 Pittsburgh, 2 years, $1.25 million
San Jose Daniel Winnik 27 $950,000 Anaheim, 2 years, $3.6 million
San Jose Brad Winchester 31 $725,000  
St. Louis Chris Porter 28 $600,000 St. Louis, 1 year, $650,000
St. Louis Brett Sterling 28 $600,000  
Tampa Bay Jon Kalinski 25 $605,000  
Tampa Bay Alexandre Picard 26 $600,000  
Tampa Bay Benoit Pouliot 25 $1,100,000 Tampa Bay, 1 year, $1.8 million
Toronto Jay Rosehill 26 $600,000  
Washington D.J. King 28 $637,500  
Winnipeg Tanner Glass 28 $750,000 Pittsburgh, 2 years, $2.2 million
Winnipeg Jason Jaffray 30 $675,000  
Winnipeg Kenndal McArdle 25 $600,000  
DEFENSE
Team Player Age Cap Hit Signed by:
Anaheim Sheldon Brookbank 31 $750,000 Chicago, 2 years, $2.5 million
Anaheim Matt Smaby 27 $600,000 Anaheim, 1 year, $650,000
Anaheim Sean Zimmerman 25 $525,000  
Boston Joe Corvo 35 $2,250,000 Carolina, 1 year, $2 million
Boston Greg Zanon 32 $1,933,333 Colorado, 2 years, $4.5 million
Boston Mike Mottau 34 $800,000  
Boston Nathan McIver 27 $512,500 NY Islanders, TBD
Buffalo Shaone Morrisonn 29 $2,075,000  
Calgary Scott Hannan 33 $1,000,000  
Calgary Brian Connelly 26 $525,000 Minnesota, 2 years, $1.225 million
Carolina Jaroslav Spacek 38 $3,833,333  
Carolina Bryan Allen 31 $2,900,000 Anaheim, 3 years, $10.5 million
Carolina Mathieu Roy 28 $600,000  
Colorado Danny Richmond 27 $525,000  
Colorado David Liffiton 27 $525,000  
Columbus Radek Martinek 35 $2,200,000  
Columbus Sean O'Donnell 40 $850,000  
Columbus Sami Lepisto 27 $750,000  
Columbus Brett Lebda 30 $700,000  
Columbus Nick Holden 25 $675,000  
Columbus Aaron Johnson 29 $550,000 Boston, 1 year, $650,000
Dallas Sheldon Souray 35 $1,650,000 Anaheim, 3 years, $11 million
Dallas Brad Lukowich 35 $1,000,000  
Dallas Maxime Fortunus 28 $587,500 Dallas, 1 year, $650,000
Dallas Dan Spang 28 $525,000  
Detroit Garnet Exelby 30 $600,000 Boston, 1 year, $600,000
Detroit Doug Janik 32 $512,500  
Edmonton Cam Barker 26 $2,250,000  
Edmonton Taylor Chorney 25 $735,000 St. Louis, 1 year, $575,000
Edmonton Bryan Rodney 28 $525,000  
Florida Jason Garrison 27 $675,000 Vancouver, 6 years, $27.6 million
Florida Sean Sullivan 28 $525,000 Colorado, 1 year, $575,000
Minnesota Kurtis Foster 30 $1,800,000  
Minnesota Mike Lundin 27 $1,000,000 Ottawa, 1 year, $1.15 million
Minnesota Jeff Penner 25 $525,000  
Montreal Chris Campoli 27 $1,750,000  
Montreal Garrett Stafford 32 $600,000 Washington, 1 year, $550,000
Montreal Joe Callahan 29 $550,000  
Montreal Alex Henry 32 $512,500  
N.Y. Islanders Mark Eaton 35 $2,500,000  
N.Y. Islanders Milan Jurcina 29 $1,600,000  
N.Y. Islanders Steve Staios 38 $1,600,000 Retired
N.Y. Islanders Dylan Reese 27 $635,250  
N.Y. Rangers Steve Eminger 28 $800,000  
N.Y. Rangers Jeff Woywitka 28 $650,000 St. Louis, 1 year, $700,000
N.Y. Rangers Stu Bickel 25 $600,000 NY Rangers, 2 years, $1.5 million
N.Y. Rangers John Scott 29 $512,500 Buffalo, 1 year, $600,000
Nashville Ryan Suter 27 $3,500,000 Minnesota, 13 years, $98 million
Nashville Francis Bouillon 36 $1,350,000 Montreal, 1 year, $1.5 million
Nashville Jack Hillen 26 $650,000 Washington, 1 year, $650,000
Nashville Tyler Sloan 31 $650,000 Dallas, 1 year, $600,000
New Jersey Bryce Salvador 36 $2,900,000 New Jersey, 3 years, $9.5 million
New Jersey Matt Taormina 25 $550,000 Tampa Bay, 1 year, $700,000
New Jersey Jay Leach 32 $525,000  
Ottawa Filip Kuba 35 $3,700,000 Florida, 2 years, $8 million
Ottawa Matt Gilroy 27 $1,000,000  
Ottawa Matt Carkner 31 $700,000 NY Islanders, 3 years, $4.5 million
Philadelphia Pavel Kubina 35 $3,850,000  
Philadelphia Matt Carle 27 $3,437,500 Tampa Bay, 6 years, $33 million
Philadelphia Dan Jancevski 31 $525,000  
Phoenix Michal Rozsival 33 $5,000,000  
Phoenix Adrian Aucoin 38 $2,000,000 Columbus, 1 year, $2 million
Phoenix Kurt Sauer 31 $1,750,000  
Phoenix Nathan Oystrick 29 $600,000  
Phoenix Tyler Eckford 26 $525,000 Ottawa, 2 years, $1.2 million
San Jose Jim Vandermeer 32 $1,000,000  
San Jose Colin White 34 $1,000,000  
San Jose Mike Moore 27 $512,500 Nashville, 1 year, $550,000
St. Louis Carlo Colaiacovo 29 $2,125,000  
St. Louis Kent Huskins 33 $1,000,000  
St. Louis Danny Syvret 27 $525,000 Philadelphia, 2 years, $1.175 million
St. Louis Brennan Evans 30 $512,500 Detroit, 1 year, TBD
Tampa Bay Brett Clark 35 $1,500,000  
Tampa Bay Mike Commodore 32 $1,000,000  
Tampa Bay Bruno Gervais 27 $525,000 Philadelphia, 2 years, $1.65 million
Tampa Bay Richard Petiot 29 $525,000  
Toronto Jeff Finger 32 $3,500,000  
Toronto Matt Lashoff 25 $600,000  
Vancouver Sami Salo 37 $2,000,000 Tampa Bay, 2 years, $7.5 million
Vancouver Aaron Rome 28 $750,000 Dallas, 3 years, $4.5 million
Vancouver Marc-Andre Gragnani 25 $550,000 Carolina, 1 year, $800,000
Vancouver Nolan Baumgartner 33 $525,000  
Washington Jordan Hendry 26 $600,000 Anaheim, 1 year, $600,000
Washington Sean Collins 28 $525,000 NY Rangers, 1 year, $600,000
Winnipeg Randy Jones 30 $1,150,000  
Winnipeg Andrei Zubarev 25 $825,000  
Winnipeg Derek Meech 28 $700,000 Winnipeg, 1 year, $700,000
Winnipeg Mark Flood 27 $525,000  
GOALTENDER
Team Player Age Cap Hit Signed by:
Anaheim Dan Ellis 32 $1,500,000  
Boston Marty Turco 36 $600,000  
Buffalo Drew MacIntyre 29 $525,000  
Carolina Justin Peters 25 $525,000 Carolina, 2 years, $1.075 million
Columbus Cristobal Huet 36 $5,625,000  
Columbus Curtis McElhinney 29 $625,000 Columbus, 1 year, $750,000
Columbus Curtis Sanford 32 $600,000  
Columbus Mark Dekanich 26 $575,000  
Dallas Andrew Raycroft 32 $650,000  
Detroit Ty Conklin 36 $750,000  
Edmonton Yann Danis 31 $650,000 Edmonton, 1 year, $775,000
Florida Scott Clemmensen 34 $1,200,000 Florida, 2 years, $2.4 million
Los Angeles Jeff Zatkoff 25 $577,500 Pittsburgh, 2 years, $1.05 million
Montreal Nathan Lawson 28 $550,000 Ottawa, 1 year, $600,000
N.Y. Islanders Al Montoya 27 $601,000 Winnipeg, 1 year, $601,000
N.Y. Islanders John Grahame 36 $525,000  
N.Y. Rangers Chad Johnson 26 $525,000 Phoenix, 1 year, $600,000
Nashville Sebastien Caron 32 $525,000  
New Jersey Martin Brodeur 40 $5,200,000 New Jersey, 2 years, $9 million
New Jersey Johan Hedberg 39 $1,250,000 New Jersey, 2 years, $2.8 million
Ottawa Alex Auld 31 $1,000,000  
Ottawa Mike McKenna 29 $550,000 St. Louis, 1 year, $525,000
Philadelphia Michael Leighton 31 $1,550,000 Philadelphia, 1 year, $900,000
Philadelphia Johan Backlund 30 $800,000  
Philadelphia Jason Bacashihua 29 $525,000  
Phoenix Justin Pogge 26 $575,000  
Pittsburgh Brent Johnson 35 $600,000  
Pittsburgh Scott Munroe 30 $525,000  
Pittsburgh Brad Thiessen 26 $525,000  
San Jose Antero Niittymaki 32 $2,000,000  
Tampa Bay Dwayne Roloson 42 $3,500,000  
Vancouver Matt Climie 29 $525,000  
Winnipeg Chris Mason 36 $1,850,000 Nashville, 1 year, $1.25 million
Winnipeg Jonas Gustavsson 27 $1,350,000 Detroit, 2 years, $3 million
Winnipeg Peter Mannino 28 $525,000  
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