The Ducks named Dallas Eakins head coach. They bought out right winger Corey Perry. They signed goaltender Ryan Miller, defenceman Korbinian Holzer, and centre Derek Grant to one-year contract extensions.
The Coyotes acquired a 2019 first-round pick from Philadelphia.
The Bruins made no moves this week.
The Sabres made no moves this week.
The Flames made no moves this week.
The Hurricanes made no moves this week.
The Blackhawks acquired defenceman Olli Maatta from Pittsburgh.
The Avalanche made no moves this week.
The Stars made no moves this week.
The Red Wings made no moves this week.
The Oilers made no moves this week.
The Panthers made no moves this week.
The Kings bought out defenceman Dion Phaneuf.
The Wild made no moves this week.
The Canadiens made no moves this week.
The Predators made no moves this week.
The Devils made no moves this week. Defenceman Tim Erixon, who was last in the NHL on a PTO in training camp with New Jersey, has signed a two-year contract in Sweden with the SHL’s Vaxjo Lakers HC.
The Islanders made no moves this week.
The Rangers acquired defenceman Jacob Trouba from Winnipeg.
The Flyers bought out defenceman Andrew MacDonald. They acquired defenceman Justin Braun from San Jose. They signed centre Kevin Hayes to a seven-year contract extension. They acquired a 2019 first-round and second-round pick from Arizona.
The Penguins acquired left winger Dominik Kahun and a 2019 fifth-round pick from Chicago. They signed defencemen Macoy Erkamps and Blake Siebenaler to one-year contract extensions.
The Blues made no moves this week.
The Maple Leafs made no moves this week.
The Canucks signed defenceman Alexander Edler to a two-year contract extension.
The Golden Knights made no moves this week.
Centre Mikhail Grabovski has retired from pro hockey. Drafted in the fifth round, 150th overall, in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft by the Montreal Canadiens, Grabovski has 296 points (125G, 171A) in 534 games, as well as two points (0G, 2A) in 10 playoff games, for Montreal (2006/07-2007/08), Toronto (2008/09-2012/13), Washington (2013/14), and the New York Islanders (2014/15-2015/16). Grabovski has career-highs of 58 points, 29 goals, and 29 assists, all recorded in 2011 with Toronto. Grabovski finished his final NHL season with 25 points (9G, 16A) in 58 games for the Islanders. Grabovski was forced to sit out the 2016/17 season with an upper-body injury. Grabovski was traded in a salary cap to the Vegas Golden Knights for the 2017/18 season, but sat that season out as well. Grabovski, 35, sat out the 2018/19 season as well without a contract.
The Capitals signed left winger Carl Hagelin to a four-year contract extension.