There is still time left for NHL teams to snag some fire power as we head into the 2011-12 season. Many players are left out there including former All-Stars, Stanley Cup winners and 30-goal scorers.
I'm not going to try and convince you that each of these players are going to lead their team in points when they do ultimately sign on the dotted line for a club, although it wouldn't be a stretch to do so. Remember Clarke MacCarthur in Toronto last year? A modest signing by the Leafs turned into one of their top offensive threats for the entire 2010-11 campaign.
Goal scoring is fickle, compared to the old days, where guys were scoring 50 like it was going out of style. Last season, Corey Perry needed some help down the stretch to get to 50 goals and he was the only one to reach the plateau last year.
Now, it is more about character and what an individual brings to the locker room that is more focused on at this point. That isn't to say each of these guys don't still have a goal scoring prowess that they bring every night but I digress.
There are still plenty of guys left that can put the puck in the net. Here are 13 of them.