Every Eastern Conference Team's Cap Space on Day 3 of Free Agency


It's day three since NHL Free Agency opened and there's already been a flurry of activity across the league.

Let's take a look at the Eastern Conference teams and where they sit with their available cap space, as of July 15. 

Ranked: Least available cap space to most available.

16. Tampa Bay Lightning: $-6,437,500Largest Total Cap Hit: Point/Kucherov/Vasilevskiy: $9,500,000.

15. Washington Capitals: $-5,621,667. Largest Total Cap Hit: Alex Ovechkin: $9,500,000.

14. Florida Panthers: $-2,933,334. Largest Total Cap Hit: Barkov/Bobrovsky: $10,000,000.

13. Pittsburgh Penguins: $-266,842. Largest Total Cap Hit: Sidney Crosby: $8,700,000.

12. Montreal Canadiens: $423,334. Largest Total Cap Hit: Carey Price: $10,500,000. 

11. Toronto Maple Leafs: $1,256,884. Largest Total Cap Hit: Auston Matthews: $11,640,250.

10. Philadelphia Flyers: $1,910,643. Largest Total Cap Hit: Sean Couturier: $7,750,000.

09. Boston Bruins: $3,124,584. Largest Total Cap Hit: Charlie McAvoy: $9,500,000. 

08. New York Rangers: $3,271,032. Largest Total Cap Hit: Artemi Panarin: $11,642,857.

07. Columbus Blue Jackets: $4,679,167. Largest Total Cap Hit: Johnny Gaudreau: $9,750,000.

06. Carolina Hurricanes: $4,845,583. Largest Total Cap Hit: Sebastian Aho: $8,460,250. 

05. Detroit Red Wings: $9,401,943. Largest Total Cap Hit: Dylan Larkin: $6,100,000.

04. New York Islanders: $10,385,037. Largest Total Cap Hit: Barzal/Lee: $7,000,000.

03. Ottawa Senators: $10,818,452. Largest Total Cap Hit: Brady Tkachuk: $8,208,571.

02. New Jersey Devils: $15,044,999. Largest Total Cap Hit: Dougie Hamilton: $9,000,000. 

01. Buffalo Sabres: $19,604,164. Largest Total Cap Hit: Jeff Skinner: $9,000,000. 

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