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1. Teemu Selanne
The Finnish Flash has not publicly announced his intentions for next season, but judging by his impressive offensive production over the last few years, it would be a bit surprising if Teemu Selanne retired instead of playing at least one more year.
Selanne scored 12 goals with 12 assists in 46 games last year, proving he's still a quality second- or third-line winger on a playoff contender. He's also a good power-play performer, evidenced by his 61 goals with the man advantage over the last five years.
As a veteran leader, highly skilled forward and someone with Stanley Cup-winning experience, Selanne is one of the best players left on the free-agent market.
2. Brad Boyes
Following an impressive season in which Brad Boyes proved he still has plenty of gas left in the tank, it's a bit surprising that he's still unsigned.
The 31-year-old forward tallied 35 points (10 goals, 25 assists) in 48 games for the New York Islanders last season. Boyes also proved that he could be productive for a fast team that plays an uptempo style of hockey.
As a player capable of providing 40-55 points and strong veteran leadership as a third-line winger, Boyes should not be unsigned for much longer.
He's still a quality offensive forward who can be trusted to make smart, responsible decisions in all three zones.
3. Jaromir Jagr
Jaromir Jagr played in the Stanley Cup Final with the Boston Bruins last season and isn't ready to put an end to a Hall of Fame career.
The 41-year-old forward is still a quality playmaker in a top-six or third-line role, evidenced by his 35 points in 45 games last year between the Dallas Stars and Bruins.
In addition to his ability to put up points, protect the puck and upgrade a power play, Jagr would also serve as a mentor and a positive influence for young players with his incredible work ethic. He's an ideal veteran presence for a young locker room.
On a one-year deal worth less than $3 million, Jagr would be a good addition to many playoff-caliber teams.