2019 NHL Free Agency Tracker: Rangers land top prize in Artemi Panarin, Anders Lee sticks with Islanders

Both the NHL and NBA free agency periods officially open on Monday, meaning there's plenty of news to keep track of across the offseason landscape. It's hard to imagine this year's NHL free agency period being as wild as the NBA's but that's a very high bar to reach. 

Regardless, it's shaping up to be a pretty active market for the NHL. There are a number of noteworthy names on the move -- including Artemi Panarin, Matt Duchene, Sergei Bobrovsky, Jake Gardiner and more -- and you can keep track of the key signings below. 

(All signings are reported & can't become official until noon ET on Monday)

1
F Matt Duchene -- 7 years, $56 million ($8m AAV)
2
G Sergei Bobrovsky -- 7 years, 66.5 million ($9.5m AAV) 
3
F Joe Pavelski -- 3 years, $21 million ($7m AAV) 
4
F Mats Zuccarello -- 5 years, $30 million ($6m AAV)
5
D Tyler Myers -- 5 years, $30 million ($6m AAV) 
6
F Brett Connolly -- 4 years, $14 million ($3.5m AAV)
7
G Cam Talbot -- 1 year, $2.75 million
8
F Corey Perry -- 1 year, $1.5 million
9
F Richard Panik -- 4 years, $11 million ($2.75m AAV)
10
F Ryan Hartman -- 2 years, $3.8 million ($1.9m AAV)
11
G Mike Smith -- 1 year, $2 million
12
F Curtis Lazar -- 1 year, $700k
13
D Jordie Benn -- 2 years, $4 million ($2m AAV)
14
F Artemi Panarin -- 7 years, $81.5 million ($11.6m AAV)
15
F Jason Spezza -- 1 year, $700k
16
F Noel Acciari -- 3 years, $5 million ($1.67m AAV)
17
F Brandon Tanev -- 6 years, $21 million ($3.5m AAV)
18
F Timo Meier -- 4 years, $24 million ($6m AAV)
19
D Ron Hainsey -- 1 year, $3.5 million
20
G Joonas Korpisalo -- 1 year, $1.15 million
21
G Keith Kinkaid -- 1 year, $1.75 million
22
D Ryan Murray -- 2 years, $9.2 million ($4.6m AAV)
23
D Luke Schenn -- 1 year, $700,000
24
F Garnet Hathaway -- 4 years, $6 million ($1.5m AAV)
25
F Valtteri Filppula -- 2 years, $6 million ($3m AAV)
26
F Ryan Carpenter -- 3 years, $9 million ($3m AAV)
27
F Joonas Donskoi -- 4 years, $15.6 million ($3.9m AAV)
28
F Gustav Nyquist -- 4 years, $22 million ($5.5m AAV)
29
D Tim Heed -- 1 year, $960k
30
G Curtis McElhinney -- 2 years, $2.6 million ($1.3m AAV)
31
F Alex Chiasson -- 2 years, $4.3 million ($2.15m AAV)
32
D Andrej Sekera -- 1 year, $1.5 million
33
D Oscar Fantenberg -- 1 year, $850k
34
F Gabriel Dumont -- 2 years, $1.4 million ($700k AAV)
35
F Andy Andreoff -- 2 years, $1.5 million ($750k AAV)
36
D Anton Stralman -- 3 years, $16.5 million ($5.5m AAV)
37
F Wayne Simmonds -- 1 year, $5 million
38
F Jujhar Khaira -- 2 years, $2.4 million ($1.2m AAV)
39
F Tyler Ennis - - 1 year, $800k
40
D Connor Clifton - 3 years, $3 million ($1m AAV)
41
F Brett Ritchie -- 1 year, $1 million
42
D Patrik Nemeth -- 2 years, $6 million ($3m AAV)
43
F Sammy Blais -- 1 year, $850k
44
F Tomas Jurco -- 1 year, $750k
45
F Nick Shore -- 1 year, $750k
46
F Anders Lee -- 7 years, $49 million ($7m AAV)
47
G Robin Lehner -- 1 year, $5 million
48
G Semyon Varlamov -- 4 years, $20 million ($5m AAV)
49
G Petr Mrazek -- 2 years, $6.25 million ($3.125m AAV)

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