Several teams are continuing to make deals both in the minor leagues as well as overseas as they look to upgrade and fill out their rosters.
- The Tuscon Roadrunners of the AHL announced they have signed forward Kevin Hancock to a one-year AHL deal. The 21-year-old Hancock went undrafted the last few years, but still posted impressive numers in junior, including a 52-goal, 107-point season between two OHL teams last year, the Owen Sound Attack and the London Knights. He tallied 291 points over 266 games and received OHL second-team All-Star recognition last year. The 5-foot-11 winger hopes to prove that he is worthy of a future NHL deal with Arizona, but will now get a chance to prove his value in a professional setting.