On the second day of free agency in the NHL, The Los Angeles Kings added several pieces to their impressive stable of young players Monday night in a flurry of free-agent activity that saw Michal Handzus, Ladislav Nagy, Kyle Calder and defenseman Tom Preissing land in Los Angeles before the end of the business day.
The Anaheim Ducks signed Todd Bertuzzi, who had ended last season with the Detroit Red Wings, to a two year contract. Detroit also lost Robert Lang to the Chicago Blackhawks.
Ken Klee moves to the Washington Capitals.
The Montreal Canadiens signed defenseman Roman Hamrlik, who spent the last two season with the Calgary Flames, to four-year deal on Monday. They are also hoping that that star defenceman Sheldon Souray decides to stay in Montreal.
Micharl Nylander signs up with the Washington Capitals on a four year contract.
The Nashville Predators signed up Radek Bonk & Greg De Vries from Montreal & the Atlanta Thrashers respectively.