NHL players will spend their first few days of free agency in Las Vegas, with several teams expected to offer a package to the goalie.
The Vegas Golden Knights, Florida Panthers, Edmonton Oilers and New York Rangers are among the teams that could be in the mix, according to Elliotte Friedman of Yahoo Sports.
The Jets, in particular, are rumored to be interested in adding the 26-year-old.
The NHL’s free agency period is set to begin on Tuesday, with the trade deadline on Feb. 14.
Here’s a look at some of the teams expected for deals during the next few days.
New York Rangers: The Rangers are the only team to make a major offseason move, as they re-signed forward Ryan McDonagh, adding to a group of players already signed.
The 25-year old is one of the league’s top offensive threats, scoring at a league-best 16.5 goals per 82 games.
New York also re-signs defenseman Marc Staal, who was signed as a free-agent in December.
Staal scored 24 goals last season.
Dallas Stars: Stars general manager Jim Nill and head coach Lindy Ruff were part of a group that re-worked their goaltending situation this offseason, but it was not enough to land McDonaugh.
Dallas signed goalie Brian Elliott and added backup goalie Ben Bishop, who has started only five games.
Detroit Red Wings: Detroit is expected to have some competition for McDonough, who played his first game with the Red Wings last season after being acquired from Anaheim.
Detroit re- signed goaltender Jimmy Howard and signed defenseman Dan Hamhuis, who also played for the Red Devils last season, in a trade that sent forward Nick Jensen to the Anaheim Ducks for goaltender Jimmy Smith.
Minnesota Wild: The Wild signed goaltender Devan Dubnyk, who is now in his third NHL season.
Dubnyks 11-year career with the Wild is not over, as he is currently in the midst of a contract extension that is worth $2.4 million annually.
The 32-year‑old will be eligible to sign with the club after this season, and it remains to be seen if he’ll sign a contract.
Montreal Canadiens: The Habs are expected to add a goalie to the mix with defenseman Pascal Dupuis.
The 27-year‐old is the team’s first-round pick (29th overall) in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft.
Dupuys two seasons in the AHL with the St. Louis Blues ended with a 5-11-1 record, with a .908 save percentage.
Ottawa Senators: The Senators acquired goaltender Jake Allen in a deal with Minnesota on Friday, with winger Pierre-Edouard Bellemare joining the team on a one-year, $1.75 million contract.
Bellemares had three goals and four assists in 27 games last season for the Wild.
Pittsburgh Penguins: The Penguins acquired defenseman Marc-Andre Fleury from the Los Angeles Kings for defenseman Victor Bartley on Saturday, according.
The 26-old Fleury is one year removed from a career year with the Kings, where he led the team with 10 goals and 23 points in 67 games.
Fleury had a strong rookie season, with 18 goals and 46 points in 64 games.
Pittsburgh signed veteran forward James Neal, who scored 22 goals and 40 points in 65 games last year with New Jersey.
Toronto Maple Leafs: The Maple Leafs have been linked to free-agents defenseman Erik Karlsson, who recently announced his retirement.
The 30-year –old had a down year in 2017-18 with the Avalanche, scoring just five goals and 16 points in 58 games.
He also had four goals and eight points in the postseason.
Vancouver Canucks: The Canucks have been interested in acquiring a goalie in the past, as both Alex Edler and Mike Condon were on the market.
Edler was acquired by the Vancouver Canucks from the New York Islanders in a three-team deal on March 15, 2017.
Condon also signed with the Canucks on March 13.
Philadelphia Flyers: Flyers GM Paul Holmgren and his assistant coaches had talks with the Calgary Flames about a trade for goaltender Matt Murray, according to Mark Maske of NHL.com.
The 28-year -old native of Winnipeg, Canada, is currently on the trade block, as the Flyers were expected to make moves to get Murray back.
Murray signed a one year, $5 million contract with the Flyers last season and has been with the team since 2013.
St. Louis Kings: The Kings are expected have some interest in acquiring veteran goalie Brian Elliot.
The 33-year old has been a solid goalie for the Kings since joining them in 2013.
The 35-year-old spent the past two seasons with the Anaheim Angels of Anaheim.