It's the start of the NHL's free-agent period, and a number of notable players will be on the move. Here's a look at where some might land. More
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Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin said at the draft that he was not shopping P.K. Subban, but got an offer he couldn't refuse from the Nashville Predators. Shea Weber, who is four years older, comes to Montreal in return.