We're a month into NHL free agency and the most intriguing names have already been scooped up. While there are still some chances for the remaining free agents to sign with NHL clubs, some veteran UFAs have moved on and signed in Russia's Kontinental Hockey League.
Veteran forward Alex Kovalev returned to his homeland after failing to sign in North America, signing a two-year deal with Atlant Mystichi.
Meanwhile, Brent Sopel inked a two-year deal with Metallurg Novokuznetsk.
There are still many free agents left and as training camp inches closer, many of these players will either retire or take their game overseas, to one of the many European leagues available.
Here's the top 20 players still available and predictions as to where they'll land.