Ward retires from Hurricane
Canes PR : The Hurricanes of Carolina signed Cam Ward for a one-day deal and he officially retired from the NHL after 14 seasons – 13 of which were with the hurricanes.
"It was an honor and a privilege to wear 'Hurricane T-shirts for 13 years,'" Ward said. "Throughout all that remained clear to me was my love for this organization, this city and this fan base. That's why me and my family call Raleigh home and will continue to call it home. I appreciate all the support that Thank you. "
Markov, looking for a return to the NHL
Alan Walsh : They were hired as agent by defender Andrey Markov.
Markov trains in Florida and hopes to return to the NHL his season.
The pressure to sign Line and Connor will increased as the season approached
Tim Campbell from NHL.com: evidenten19459010] Winnipeg Jets head coach Paul Morris free agent Patrick Line and Kyle Connor.
"The pressure from both sides comes at the same time that closer as the season approaches, the more pressure is placed on the team and the player to sign a contract, "coach Paul Morris told NHL.com in a recent interview." We will see this mountain and hopefully (they will be signed) by the time the washer will drop. You want everyone to camp, absolutely, but you really hope everyone is done by the start of the season. "
Morris notes the large number of restricted free agents that remain unsigned a few weeks before the start of training camp.  "Everyone wants these contracts to be fulfilled, but we all knew that it would be late, that it would not be early, because they were almost moving en masse. I think once one or two go, they will all be sorted. ”