The team has two notable restricted free agents left to sign (Giordano and Godard), but they've seemingly already filled those holes with either new talent or young talent from the farm. The team are still yet to choose whether they'll go with a back-up goalie from the AHL or go out and get a new one from the market. For the line-up's sake, I'll be using an AHL goalie.
This line-up, all signed, is worth roughly $45 million, so there is some room to improve, but with only some minor signings left to do. We will definitely see if it's enough.
|Alex Tanguay||Craig Conroy||Jarome Iginla|
|Kristian Huselius||Daymond Langkow||Owen Nolan|
|Wayne Primeau||Matthew Lombardi||David Moss|
|Marcus Nilson||Stephane Yelle||Dustin Boyd|
|Dion Phaneuf||Anders Eriksson|
|Robyn Regehr||Adrian Aucoin|
|Cory Sarich||Rhett Warrener|
That's not a bad line-up as it stands. Irving will not likely be backing up Kiprusoff come opening night, but his salary was available to me, so that's why I used him.
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