Marty Turco took his talents to the NHL Network following the 2010-11 NHL season, but that could change because there are a handful of teams around the NHL that are in need of another goaltender.
Turco's 10-year NHL career came to a end last year after the Chicago Blackhawks decided to forgo re-signing the veteran goalie, allowing him to test the free-agent market after just one season with Chicago. Marty began the season as the Hawks starting goalie but lost those duties in late November to rookie Corey Crawford.
Turco has experienced a lot in his 10 years in the NHL, and he can provide a team with intangibles more than production for the immediate future. Rather then expecting Turco to be the everyday starting goalie on a team, he can join an organization and mentor a number of young goalies, or he can be a solid backup.