The NHL's free-agent market has wrapped up its intense first three days. A number of stars were quickly signed on July 1, including Paul Stastny, Thomas Vanek, Matt Niskanen, Ryan Miller and Jarome Iginla.
While most of the top players are gone, there remains enough talent in the market to entice NHL general managers. The type of players available will make solid depth signings. Secondary scorers, checking-line forwards, second- or third-pairing defensemen and backup goaltenders can be had for the right price.
Here's a look at the best players remaining at each position—after three days of signings—in this year's unrestricted free-agent market. Skill level, performance, age, experience and leadership factored into the compilation of this list.