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Let’s take a look back at the most recent signing to take place across the NHL.

Montreal Canadiens v Florida Panthers Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

With training camp almost upon us, let’s take a look back at the most recent transactions across the National Hockey League.

After acquiring Montreal Canadiens captain Max Pacioretty for Tomas Tatar, prospect Nick Suzuki, and a second-round pick in 2019, the Vegas Golden Knights signed the 29-year-old forward to a four-year extension worth $28 million. Check out the analysis on both sides from our SBN sister blogs. (Knights On Ice) (Eyes On The Prize)

The Canadiens signed restricted free agent forward Michael McCarron to a one-year, two-way deal. McCarron drew one assist in 18 games with the Habs last season. (Eyes On The Prize)

Left wing Matt Puempel signed a two-year, two-way deal with the Detroit Red Wings. Puempel was acquired from the New York Rangers in October for Ryan Sprout. (Winging It In Motown)

The Winnipeg Jets signed captain Blake Wheeler to a five-year extension worth 41.25 million and restricted free agent goaltending prospect Eric Comrie to a one-year, two-way deal. (Arctic Ice Hockey)

This is the current list of players who will attending camps on professional tryout contracts:

Ben Betker (Vancouver), Michal Cajkovsky (Carolina), Alex Chiasson (Edmonton), Simon Despres (Montreal), Emerson Etem (Los Angeles), Mark Fayne (Boston), Jason Garrison (Edmonton), Jussi Jokinen (Detroit), Mark Letestu (Florida), Marcel Noebels (Boston), Luca Sbisa (New York Islanders), Dennis Seidenberg (New York Islanders), Drew Stafford (New Jersey), Lee Stempniak (Boston), Viktor Svedberg (Calgary), Scottie Upshall (Edmonton), Daniel Winnik (Boston)