NHL free agency officially begins on Wednesday at noon ET, but it's already been an absolutely wild offseason in hockey.
With the salary cap rising by only $1 million from last season, teams have been forced into difficult decisions, such as:
Several teams didn't send qualifying offers to restricted free agents, making players like Washington Capitals goalie Ilya Samsonov and Chicago Blackhawks forwards Dylan Strome and Dominik Kubalik able to sign with any team.
The goalie carousel spun wildly, as Matt Murray (Toronto Maple Leafs), Ville Husso (Detroit Red Wings), Vitek Vanecek (New Jersey Devils) and Alexandar Georgiev (Colorado Avalanche) all found new homes. Meanwhile, Marc-Andre Fleury (Wild) opted to stay put.
The offseason chaos is just getting started. Here's a guide to all 32 NHL teams, their free agents and what they should be doing as free agency officially begins.