BST Free Agent Scorecard ’14

The usual color code: Black=unsigned. Blue=re-signed with NYI/BST. Red=signed elsewhere in North America. Green=signed in Europe. Italics means it’s unannounced, but either we’re reporting it or some other semi-official source has it done. Split color means there’s some kind of report saying it’s happening. Remember, everyone except Group II is unrestricted. (And remember, stray Roman numerals are because I’m old, because the new CBA uses Arabic numerals.)

Matt Donovan – accepted qualifying offer per CapGeek, July 14
Brett Gallant – accepted qualifying offer per CapGeek, July 14
Aaron Ness – July 11
Anders Nilsson – Ak Bars Kazan (KHL), May 28
Kevin Poulin – elected arbitration, July 5; re-signed, July 24

Marc Cantin – Utah (ECHL), Sept. 26
Joey Diamond – Hershey (AHL), Sept. 3
Matt Mangene – Florida (ECHL), Sept. 26

Chris Bruton
Joe Finley – Hamilton (AHL), July 29
Justin Johnson – Alaska (ECHL), Sept. 23
Kenny Reiter



Dmitry Antipin
Adam Brace – Florida (ECHL), Sept. 15
Mike Cornell
Sean Escobedo – Greenville (ECHL), Aug. 15
Mathieu Gagnon – Springfield, July 3
Brant Harris
Justin Hickman – appears to be returning to junior
Josh Holmstrom – Toledo (ECHL), Aug. 4
Mike Keenan – Orlando (ECHL), Aug. 19
Jeremy Langlois – Worcester (AHL), Sept. 8
Nick Larson – Orlando (ECHL), July 1 Banska Bystrica (Slovakia), Aug. 3
Parker Milner – Quad City (Central League), Aug. 19
Ben Rosen – Orlando (ECHL), Aug. 7
Nick Tremblay
Philippe Trudeau – AHL contract Aug. 22
Riley Wetmore – Springfield, July 3

Michael Fornabaio