Brad Richards waited it out through day 1 of free agency while 75 other players found new teams or re-signed with their former teams. Early on in day 2, Richards made his decision to go with the New York Rangers by signing a 9 year deal worth $60 million. He finished last year with 28 goals and 49 assists in 72 games. He'll also surely help out the Rangers, who at times, struggled to put the puck in the net.
Although age is no longer on Jovanovski's side, the 35 year old continues to prove he still has it. The 5 time all-star signed a 4 year, $16.5 million dollar deal with the Florida Panthers, the team that Jovo began his career with. The signing of Jovanovski was just one of many moves the Panthers made to help re-vamp their team.
After trading away Semyon Varlamov, the Washington Capitals signed goalie Tomas Vokoun to an amazing 1 year deal worth $1.5 million. Vokoun has finished each of the past 3 seasons with over a .920 save percentage. He has also has won 20 or more games in each of the past 8 seasons. He will provide the Capitals with veteran stability in net.