A lot of players made a lot of money this summer all over the NHL. As we now pass the first tenth of the season in most markets, some have been good, some have been bad and some have been awful so far.
Here, we'll look at the top 15 players that signed a deal with a new home this summer. We aren't including players that re-signed with their teams on this list.
Also, we didn't take just the 15 biggest contracts or the 15 biggest impacts in the league. Some of these players signed multi-year deals, while a few were shorter-term paper.
In all, these players came to their new teams with expectations and roles to fill. We grade how well they are fulfilling the hopes of the management groups that gave them a new home.