The Philadelphia Flyers didn't sign Jaromir Jagr to a contract just to fill a roster spot. There are expectations in place. But Jags isn't the only new player in a new city that will be counted on throughout the season.
This offseason saw a lot of moving and shifting among NHL veterans, with several key players finding new homes either through free agency or via trades. They will all be counted on to help take their respective teams to the next level and stay consistent in the style of play that made them an attractive asset in the first place.
Teams added depth scorers, defenders to round out cores or a guy to set up their shop in their top six all in hopes of being pushed over the top. Here's a look at 10 guys who found new teams this summer who will be counted on to bring winning ways along with their skills.