The 2013 NHL free-agency period is almost a week old now, and some of the biggest names are already off of the market. Mike Ribeiro found a home with the Phoenix Coyotes almost as soon as noon rolled around on July 5.
Ditto for Nathan Horton, who inked a massive seven-year deal to be one of the top offensive players on the Columbus Blue Jackets. And, of course, the rough-and-tumble David Clarkson landed in Toronto with the Maple Leafs, where he's likely to be one of their most popular players.
Since Derek Roy signed on with the St. Louis Blues during day two of the free-agency period, it's been mostly quiet. Which is surprising, given some of the quality players who are still available.