Players who have signed as of 6 p.m. ET on the secondday of free agency:
Chris Bourque -- The Washington Capitals have signed free-agent left winger Bourque to a one-year contract. Bourque returns to the Capitals organization after spending last season splitting time between leagues in Switzerland and Russia. The 25-year-old son of Hall of Fame defenseman Ray Bourque was drafted by Washington in 2004.
Tim Connolly -- After missing out on the Brad Richards sweepstakes, the Toronto Maple Leafs signed the center to a two-year deal. The deal is worth $9.5 million, with a salary-cap hit of $4.75 million, NHL.com reported. In 627 career games, Connolly has 118 goals and 277 assists.
Simon Gagne -- The Los Angeles Kings agreed to terms on a two-year deal with Gagne, who will be reunited with former Flyers teammate Mike Richards. Gagne, 31, spent the 2010-11 season with Tampa Bay after playing in Philadelphia for the previous 10 seasons. He collected 40 points in 67 games for the Lightning.
Brad Richards -- The biggest prize on the free-agent market decided to go the New York Rangers for a nine-year, $60 million contract. He also gets a chance to reunite with coach John Tortorella. The 31-year-old center posted a career-high 28 goals and 49 assists this past season.
Tomas Vokoun -- The Capitals signed the veteran netminder to a one-year $1.5 million deal on Saturday, one day after shipping an unhappy Semyon Varlamov to Colorado. Vokoun, 34, is 262-267-35-41 in 632 career games with the Canadiens, Nashville Predators and Florida Panthers.
Ian White -- The Detroit Red Wings agreed to terms on a two-year deal with the defenseman on Saturday. White played for the San Jose Sharks this past season, posting 10 points and a plus-9 rating in 23 games.