The NHL has made a name for itself as a league of hockey talent.
And it’s hard to imagine the league not looking for talent to fill out its rosters.
Here’s a look at what the league is doing to improve its roster.1.
The Sedin twins have signed a two-year, $10.5 million contract extension with the Washington Capitals, the team announced.
The twins are among the NHL’s elite talents and have been linked to the New York Rangers and Los Angeles Kings.
They are also expected to join the Washington Stars as unrestricted free agents in the summer.2.
The Minnesota Wild announced that they have signed defenseman Mark Giordano to a one-year contract extension.
Giordano is one of the best defensemen in the league and is expected to be a cornerstone of the Wild this season.
The 27-year-old has won a Stanley Cup with the New Jersey Devils.
Giusto will become an unrestricted free agent after the season.3.
The Dallas Stars announced that defenseman Alex Goligoski has signed a one year, $4 million contract with the club.
The 27- of Pittsburgh, Switzerland, is one season removed from a Calder Cup with Toronto.
Goligostis, who is one year removed from the Stanley Cup Finals, is a top defenseman in the League.4.
The Nashville Predators announced that forward Jaden Schwartz has signed an eight-year extension with Nashville.
Schwartz, 28, has had success in Nashville, winning a Stanley Series title in 2012 and 2014.
He was named to the NHL All-Rookie Team in 2014.5.
The Winnipeg Jets announced that goaltender Ben Bishop has signed two-and-a-half-year deal with the team.
Bishop was drafted by the Winnipeg Jets in the third round of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.
He has been with the Jets since 2014 and was the franchise’s first goalie to win the Vezina Trophy.6.
The Los Angeles Lakers announced that veteran forward Devante Smith-Pelly has signed his second two-way contract with Los Angeles.
The 24-year and 6-foot-1 Smith-Paelly is one-time two-time Olympic gold medalist with the United States.
Smith-Poelc was also a member of the gold-medal-winning team in Sochi, Russia.7.
The Detroit Red Wings announced that goalie Tomas Tatar has signed one-way deals with the Chicago Blackhawks and Columbus Blue Jackets.
Tatar, 32, was a two year, 521-game NHL veteran, including three trips to the Cup Final.8.
The Buffalo Sabres announced that forwards Kevin Hayes and Travis Zajac have signed five-year contracts with the Sabres.
The 26-year old Hayes was acquired by the Sabres from the New Islanders last season and has since gone on to win three Stanley Cups.
He is a three-time Stanley Cup winner and a two time Vezna Trophy finalist.9.
The Calgary Flames announced that captain Jordan Eberle has signed with the Edmonton Oilers for one-half of his $2.5-million contract.
Eberle, 27, is coming off a career year with the Ducks, where he had 28 goals and 40 assists for 49 points in 70 games.10.
The Carolina Hurricanes announced that defensemen David Clarkson and Connor Brickley have signed one year contracts with Charlotte.
Clarkson, 26, has played in a total of 78 games with the Hurricanes.
Brickley, 23, was acquired from the Los Angeles Blues in the draft in 2015.11.
The Colorado Avalanche announced that center Jakub Vrana has signed the club’s third two- and four-year deals.
Vrana, 29, was selected by Colorado with the first overall pick in the 2012 NHL Entry draft.
He played in three seasons with the Avalanche before joining the Carolina Hurricanes in 2017.12.
The Edmonton Oilers announced that defenceman Nikita Zadorov has signed five year contracts for two-thirds of his current $5.75-million deal.
Zadorov, 23 has appeared in 59 games for the Edmonton Oil Kings, scoring five goals and adding 21 assists for 32 points.13.
The Florida Panthers announced that left wing David Clarkson has signed on with the Florida Panthers.
Clarkson played for the Panthers from 2016-18, making 51 regular season appearances and helping the team win a Stanley Championship in 2017 with the help of a season-best 41 goals.14.
The Vancouver Canucks announced that right wing David Pastrnak has signed contract extensions with the Canucks.
Pastrnak, 26 and the sixth overall pick of the 2015 NHL Entry level draft, had a career-best season with Vancouver last year, posting 36 goals and 58 assists for 84 points in 71 games.15.
The Columbus Blue Jays announced that catcher David Price has signed contracts with Triple-A Buffalo and Toronto.
Price, 30, is entering his seventh professional season.
He posted a career high 27 home runs last