Staal (abdominal surgery) was back on the ice Friday at an informal skate with the Hurricanes, reports the Raleigh News Observer
Timonen (blood clots) is back in the U.S. after undergoing treatment in Finland, but the Flyers are planning as though he won't be contributing to the squad this season, reports the Courier-Post.
Grossmann (ankle) was on the ice this week and will be ready for training camp, reports the Courier-Post. "It's a matter of just getting better and better, but I'm feeling pretty good," said the defender.
Couturier (ankle) has been skating since July and will be ready by training camp, reports the Courier-Post. "I feel great," said the center who had surgery in June. "I feel stronger than last year."
Gomez will attend Devils' training camp on a tryout basis, reports Tom Gulitti of The Record. He hopes to follow a path similar to that of Petr Sykora who attended Devils' camp on a tryout in 2011 and ended up making the team.
Schultz signed a one-year, $3.8 million deal with the Oilers on Friday, Ryan Rishaug of TSN reports.
White underwent surgery Wednesday to repair his left pectoral muscle.
Bouma signed a one-year contract with the Flames on Wednesday.
Manning signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Flyers on Wednesday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Anderson inked a three-year contract extension with the Senators on Friday.
Price (knee) began skating a couple of weeks ago, Hockey Inside Out reports.
Kaberle is attempting an NHL comeback and has been in Toronto working out with current pros, reports the Toronto Sun. "I might have a tryout on the table, but not in Ontario," Kaberle said this week.
Setoguchi signed a one-year deal with the Flames on Saturday.
Kristo re-signed with the Rangers on Thursday.
The Sharks announced Wednesday that they would enter camp without a captain, which includes taking the "A" off Marleau's sweater, the Mercury News reports.
The Sharks officially announce Wednesday that Thornton would not be the team captain entering training camp, the Mercury News reports.
Torres suffered an infection in his surgically-repaired right knee and is expected to miss the first few months of the season while he undergoes another operation on the knee, David Pollak of the San Jose Mercury News reports.
Seidenberg (knee) expects to be ready for training camp, NHL.com reports.
Hayes agreed to a contract with the Rangers on Wednesday, Chris Johnston of Rogers Sportsnet reports.
Coach Mike Babcock relayed that Zetterberg (foot) said he was "feeling the best he has in years" this offseason, suggesting he'll be a full participant in training camp, NHL.com's Dan Rosen reports.
Coach Mike Babcock relayed that Datsyuk (knee) said he was feeling "the best he has in years" this offseason, suggesting he'll be ready to go for training camp, NHL.com's Dan Rosen reports.
Weiss indicated he's feeling healthy following his April 21 surgery to repair his sports hernia, NHL.com's Dan Rosen reports.
Mottau announced his retirement from professional hockey Tuesday, Joe Haggerty of CSNNE.com reports.
Wild GM Chuck Fletcher said Harding is "a go" for training camp, Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. "Everybody seems to be feeling pretty good, and at this stage, all of our players who were banged up at the end of the season are feeling better. Josh has felt good. Right now we're not expecting any issues for anybody with respect to passing training camp medicals."
Wild GM Chuck Fletcher said Backstrom (abdomen, hip) is feeling good and and will be ready to participate in training camp, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
GM Brad Treliving said Hiller is "100 percent" recovered from the appendicitis attack that sidelined him in July, NHL.com reports.
Malone pleaded no contest Tuesday to his DUI charge stemming from an April arrest, but did agree to a pretrial diversion program for the cocaine possession charge he received in the same incident, Matt Baker of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Petrecki signed a one-year AHL contract with Rochester on Tuesday.
Selleck signed a minor-league contract with AHL Portland on Tuesday.
MacArthur inked a five-year, $23.25 million extension with the Senators on Tuesday, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
Mason (finger) returned to the ice Monday for the first time since breaking his finger three weeks ago, Frank Seravalli of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
Borowiecki and the Senators agreed to terms on a three-year, $3.3 million contract Monday, Ken Warren of the Ottawa Citizen reports.
Leighton signed a one-year contract with the Blackhawks on Monday, NHL.com's Dan Rosen reports.
Malone was "baffled" when officers found cocaine in his back pocket when they pulled him over in April, reports the Tampa Bay Times. "I asked where it came from," officer Andrew Visser wrote in his report. "And he said he was just shocked."
Alfredsson may not make a decision on returning to the NHL for 2014-15 until mid-September and could even come to training camp in Detroit on a tryout, according to Ian Mendes of TSN1200 Ottawa.
Clarkson is in Florida working out with Sidney Crosby, Matt Duchene and Nathan MacKinnon, all guided by trainer Matt Belfry, according to the New York Times.
Crosby (wrist) is pleased with the the way his wrist has responded to treatment this summer, reports the New York Times. "It's good," said Crosby, who added, "You want to see how things progress throughout the summer once you start skating and get back to that regular routine. You want to see how it reacts, so I'm happy with the way it's gone."
Burmistrov, who is playing in the KHL but remains under Jets' control, will "almost certainly return to (the) NHL," according to Igor Eronko of Sports.ru.
Hayes, Chicago's first-round draft selection in 2010, became a free agent on Friday after not coming to an agreement on a contract with the Blackhawks, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Bozon, who is recovering from a bout of meningitis, played his first game of hockey since becoming ill, the Montreal Gazette reports.
Giguere will announce his retirement from the NHL next week, Elliot Teaford of the Daily Breeze reports.
Gagne is slated to attend the Bruins' training camp on a tryout basis, the Boston Herald reports.
Silfverberg signed a one-year deal with the Ducks on Friday.
Tedenby signed a contract with HV71 of the Swedish Elite League on Thursday, Linus Hugosson of Pro Hockey Magazine reports.
Bennett (wrist) has resumed skating and is taking part in drills while continuing to recover from offseason surgery, Jason Mackey of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
Powe signed an AHL contract with Lehigh Valley on Wednesday, Tim Riday of CSNPhilly.com reports.
Fisher (Achilles) is targeting a return to the Predators around Thanksgiving Day, Josh Cooper of The Tennessean reports.
Horton (abdomen) has spent the offseason building up his lower- and upper-body strength, and should be at full strength for training camp in September, the Jackets' official site reports.
Bishop (wrist) began facing shots last week for the fist time since undergoing surgery, Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Semin's recovery from wrist surgery has been slower than expected and he is returning to the U.S. to complete his rehabilitation, reports Dmitry Chesnokov.
The Senators want to sign Methot to a long-term deal before his contract ends next summer, but talks between the two sides have stalled, according to the Ottawa Citizen. Methot has served as Erik Karlsson's defense partner over the last two seasons when the latter has been healthy.
Bourque re-signed with the Rangers on Friday. Terms of the deal have not been released.
White signed a one-year, two-way deal with the Flyers on Friday.
The Stars spent part of the summer trying to find a trade partner for Gonchar, according to the Dallas Morning News.
Ovechkin was involved in a minor car accident in Russia on Monday, Russian Machine Never Breaks reports.
Laich added skating to his offseason training regimen on Monday, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.
Del Zotto signed a one-year deal with the Flyers on Tuesday.
Alexander Radulov, who had a roller coaster relationship with current Capitals head coach Barry Trotz praised his former bench boss, Joe Yerdon of NBC Sports reports.
Pyatt signed a one-year contract with Geneve-Servette of the Swiss League on Monday.
Sutter signed a two-year, $6.6 million deal with the Penguins on Tuesday.
Hall signed a one-year contract with HC Ambri-Piotta of Switzerland on Saturday.
Pitkanen (heel) indicated in an interview with a Finnish news outlet that he's not confident he'll return to action during the 2014-15 campaign, Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News & Observer reports.
Timonen is dealing with blood clots in both of his lungs, as well as his right leg, Rogers Sportsnet reports.