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Alex Radulov is the latest player to move across the continent.

NHL YoungStars Portraits Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images

After the Maple Leafs made a splash signing Patrick Marleau on Sunday, the Dallas Stars became the latest team to sign a big name player.

Now we play the waiting game to see if any other teams have some contracts they want to trade or move.

Jaromir Jagr and Ilya Kovalchuk are two players still available, and we still don’t know what will happen with Matt Duchene. Perhaps Joe Sakic can end the paralysis around the league for big trades and do something today.

Frank Mahovlich, Wendel Clark help shape their Maple Leafs statues - NHL
Toronto legends part of sculpting process for Legends Row likenesses.

Andrei Markov “talking contract” with Flyers: report - Broad Street Hockey
The long-time Canadiens defenseman would be an obvious upgrade for the Flyers on defense, but how would they fit him on the roster?

Roman Lyubimov leaves Flyers, returns to Russia - Broad Street Hockey
The Olympics were a consideration.

Montreal Canadiens sign Ales Hemsky to one-year contract - Eyes On The Prize
The forward was most recently with the Dallas Stars

Can Jaromir Jagr fill Alexander Radulov’s shoes? - Eyes On The Prize
After years of rumours and potential deals, the time — and money — could be right for the legend to join the Habs.

Kevin Shattenkirk: The Perfect Player At The Perfect Price - Blueshirt Banter
Isn’t it amazing when a plan comes together?

Happy Fourth of July to our readers from the south. I hope your day is full of good food, drink, and fun.