NHL Free Agency
Analysis on potential unrestricted free agents every summer.
The Habs lock up their top goaltending prospect until 2025 with a one-way deal.
The Canadiens have locked up their draft-day acquisition.
Montreal left Pitlick unqualified, but they get him back under contract as an unrestricted free agent.
The Canadiens made a series of moves to address the AHL depth on Wednesday.
The Canadiens’ first outside move of free agency is signing a depth defenceman.
Johnny Gaudreau is the top name on the market today, but there are plenty of other players in need of new contracts.
The Habs ink the pending free agents to new NHL contracts.
Kent Hughes made the first of several moves the new Habs GM is expected to make leading up to the NHL Draft.
The Habs sign one of the six restricted free agents in the organization.
A smart winger with solid two-way numbers is always a good piece to add.
The versatile forward joins the team on an inexpensive deal.
Mike Hoffman knows how to put pucks in the net, something the Canadiens desperately needed while up a man.
The Canadiens add a scoring winger several hours into the start of free agency.
A hometown boy has returned. What role should we expect from him?
The defenceman will make the league minimum in 2021-22.
Savard won the Stanley Cup with the Tampa Bay Lightning earlier this month.
Some of the top options were taken off the board before free agency began, but there are plenty of contracts left to sign.
The Canadiens enter the busiest week of the off-season with a few needs and plenty of cap space to address them.
The former Canuck is just what the doctor ordered for Marc Bergevin’s club.
Montreal adds its first free agent to the 2020-21 NHL roster.
The 26-year-old was entering his last year of restricted free agency.
It is a two-way contract for an AHL player.
The general spoke after a quiet day around the league to begin free agency.
It promises to be an eventful day with many quality players up for grabs.
For the first time in a long time, Marc Bergevin won’t carry a large chunk of cap space into the new season.
The Canadiens still hold a sizeable chunk of cap space, so it’s worth wondering about the biggest name on this year’s market.
Montreal should move on from the longtime star for the bleu-blanc-rouge.