Past the two-week mark of the NHL’s 2013 free-agency summer spree, the remainder of the market is permeated primarily with quality wingers.
The shelves of every other position are comparatively sparse, but not quite barren from a quantitative or qualitative standpoint.
Some of the bigger names among remaining unrestricted free agents (per capgeek.com) may be free agents in name only. That is, their odds of actually going to a new team are infinitesimal, but they are still worth keeping in the discussion by virtue of what they can offer any given club.
Elsewhere, there are players whose lowlights are jutting out too prominently to ignore, but whose plus points are nonetheless good enough for a franchise in need to at least keep them on the table.
Such is the nature of this stage in the offseason when the vast bulk of the can’t-miss free agents are long gone off the market.
Starting up front and working back to the crease, here are the NHL’s top UFAs who, as of Sunday, have yet to ink a new contract.
Unless otherwise indicated, all statistics for this report were found via nhl.com