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:
- The San Diego Gulls are bringing back Scott Moldenhauer on another AHL contract for the 2019-20 season. The 25-year old made his professional debut last season after four years at Western Michigan University, where he served as captain during his senior season. The 6’4″ defenseman had one point in 14 games with the Gulls but was a much more effective presence in the ECHL with the Tulsa Oilers.
- Former NHL goaltender Barry Brust is still plying his trade overseas, and this year has signed back with Slovakian club HC Slovan Bratislava who are no longer part of the KHL. The 36-year old Brust was originally selected in the third round by Minnesota back in 2002 and played 11 games with the Los Angeles Kings. Brust has played in the DEL, KHL and NLA over the last several years,