Many prominent free agents, restricted and unrestricted, remain unsigned, but the NHL markets largely remain relatively quiet. However, minor league teams, foreign clubs, and college programs continue to make make moves in preparation for the coming season. Keep up with all of those minor transactions here:
- Veteran AHL forward Austin Fyten has decided to take his talents to Germany for the 2019-20 season. Fyten split last season between the Providence Bruins and Belleville senators, recording just ten points in 51 games. The 28-year old has played 280 games in the AHL over the years, but has never stuck around long in one place. Suiting up for minor league clubs in Idaho, Texas, Oklahoma, Lehigh Valley, Hershey, South Carolina, Providence and Belleville, he’ll now get to experience a little different atmosphere in Europe.
- Cody Bass has decided to retire, hanging up his skates after more than a decade in professional hockey. The Ottawa Senators draft pick played 85 total games in the NHL over his career but was a heart-and-soul member of many AHL clubs. Bass spent last season with the Colorado Eagles where he recorded six points in 35 regular season games.