Players who have signed as of 3 p.m. ET on the first day of free agency:
Andrew Brunette -- The Chicago Blackhawks agreed to terms on a one-year deal with Brunette. At 37, Brunette played all 82 games this past season for the Minnesota Wild, and has collected 256 goals and 706 points in his career.
Chris Butler -- The Calgary Flames signed Butler to a two-year deal worth $1.25 million a season. The defenseman was traded to Calgary on Saturday in the deal that sent Robyn Regehr to the Buffalo Sabres.
Radek Dvorak -- The forward agreed to a one-year, $1.5 million contract with the Dallas Stars. Dvorak, 34, played with both Atlanta and Florida last season, registering 22 points (7 goals, 15 assists) in 66 games.
Ben Eager -- The Edmonton Oilers agreed to terms with the forward for a three-year deal. Splitting this past season with the Thrashers and the Sharks, the 27-year-old collected 17 points and 120 penalty minutes in 68 games.
Vernon Fiddler -- The Dallas Stars signed forward Vernon Fiddler to a three-year, $5.4 million contract. Fiddler, 31, has played the past two seasons in Phoenix. He had 22 points (6 goals, 16 assists) in 71 games last season.
Marcel Goc -- The forward agreed to terms on a three-year deal worth $1.7 million annually with the Florida Panthers. The unrestricted free agent had 24 points with the Nashville Predators this past season.
Jeff Halpern -- The Washington Capitals are bringing back Jeff Halpern with a one-year deal worth $825,000. Halpern had 11 goals and 26 points in 72 games this past season with the Montreal Canadiens. Halpern played the first six years of his career in Washington.
Ed Jovanovski -- In their third signing of the day, the Florida Panthers signed Jovanovski to a four-year deal. The 35-year-old defenseman, who started his career in Florida, played 50 games for the Phoenix Coyotes this past season, posting a plus-4 rating.
Jamal Mayers -- The 36-year-old center signed a one-year deal with the Chicago Blackhawks after the San Jose Sharks announced they would not be re-signing him. Mayers averaged 8:53 of ice time in 78 regular-season games this past season.
Brett McLean -- Chicago signed McLean to a one-year deal. Last season, McLean, 32, had 27 points (10 goals, 17 assists) in 50 games with Bern of the Swiss League, where he has spent the past two seasons. McLean played for the Blackhawks from 2002 to 2004, during his six-year NHL career.
Sean O'Donnell -- The Blackhawks signed the veteran to a one-year deal. O'Donnell, who turns 40 on Oct. 13, provides size (6-foot-3, 234 pounds) to a defense which has been trying to get bigger since the end of the season and has missed only 12 games since the lockout ended.
Adam Pardy -- The Dallas Stars signed the defenseman to a two-year deal worth $4 million. Pardy, 27, played 30 games with Calgary last season, registering one goal and six assists.
Mike Smith -- The Phoenix Coyotes signed the netminder to a two-year deal worth $2 million a season. Smith made his mark during the playoffs for the Tampa Bay Lightning, allowing only two goals in 120:09 of play in the East finals. The 29-year-old netminder had a 13-6-1 record this past season with a 2.89 goals-against average and a .899 save percentage.
Maxime Talbot -- The Philadelphia Flyers agreed to terms on a five-year, $9 million deal with the 27-year-old forward, who had played for rival Pittsburgh since being drafted in 2002. Talbot had 21 points in 82 games this past season for the Penguins.
Jose Theodore -- The Florida Panthers signed Theodore for two years at $1.5 million annually. The addition of the former Hart Trophy winner is likely a sign that Tomas Vokoun will not be returning to South Beach.
Scottie Upshall -- The Florida Panthers signed Upshall to a four-year deal on Friday. Upshall was traded by the Phoenix Coyotes to the Columbus Blue Jackets at the trade deadline. The forward had 22 goals and 34 points in 82 games this past season.
Semyon Varlamov -- The Washington Capitals traded goaltender Semyon Varlamov to the Colorado Avalanche for a first-round pick in the 2012 draft and a second-round pick in either 2012 or 2013. According to a report from Yahoo! Sports, the 23-year-old Varlamov is considering a move to the KHL, where he will presumably make more money but risk becoming an NHL afterthought.
Jakub Voracek -- The Philadelphia Flyers signed Voracek after receiving the forward in the trade that sent Jeff Carter to Columbus. Voracek, a first-round pick in the 2007 draft, had 14 goals and 32 assists a year ago.