Latest free agent moves

NHLNEW YORK – The NHL free agency season opened at noon Friday and several teams have jumped into the fray with gusto. The Toronto Maple Leafs scooped up talent. Daniel Alfredsson moved from Ottawa to the Red Wings.

Here are the most recent moves today at 2:30 PM Eastern.

July 5

Matt Cullen signs in Nashville: two years, $7 million

David Clarkson signs in Toronto: five years, $36.75 million

Clarke MacArthur signs in Ottawa: two years, $6.5 million

Tyler Bozak re-signs in Toronto: five years, $21 million

Viktor Stalberg signs in Nashville: four years, $12 million

Jared Spurgeon re-signs in Minnesota: three years, $8 million

Scott Hannan (one year, $1 million), Tyler Kennedy (two years, $4.7 million) re-sign in San Jose

Michal Handzus, Michal Rozsival re-sign in Chicago: n/a

Pierre-Marc Bouchard signs in New York (Islanders): one year, $2 million

Ryan Clowe signs in New Jersey: five years, $24.25 million

Rob Scuderi signs in Pittsburgh: four years, $13.5 million

Jason LaBarbera, Boyd Gordon sign in Edmonton: terms not available

Nathan Horton signs in Columbus: seven years, $37.1 million

Mike Ribeiro signs in Phoenix: four years, $22 million

Mike Komisarek signs in Carolina: one year, $700,000

Frazer McLaren re-signs in Toronto: two years, $1.4 million

Kyle Chipchura re-signs in Phoenix: n/a

Thomas Greiss signs in Phoenix: one year, $750,000

Joey Crabb signs in Florida: two years, $1.2 million

Ray Emery signs with Philadelphia: one year, $1.65 million

Daniel Alfredsson signs with Detroit: one year, $5.5 million

Peter Regin signs with New York Islanders: one year, $750,000

Andrew Ference signs with Edmonton: four years, $13 million

Evgeni Nabokov signs with New York Islanders: one year, $3.25 million

Culled from various news outlets

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