Ladislav Nagy and Michal Handzus are on board with multi-year contracts. Both are listed as wingers but I believe Handzus also plays center.
The 28-year-old Nagy played in 80 regular season games in 2006-07, posting 12 goals and 55 points. Nagy began the season with the Phoenix Coyotes, playing in 55 games before being traded to the Dallas Stars at the trade deadline.
Nagy was drafted by the St. Louis Blues in the 1997 entry draft. After two seasons in St. Louis, he was traded to Phoenix in 2001 with Handzus, Jeff Taffe and a first round pick in the 2001 draft for Keith Tkachuk.
Nagy has played in 397 regular season games over his six-year career, posting 106 goals and 285 points.
The 30-year-old Handzus suffered a knee injury after just eight games last season and did not play again. He had three goals and five assists.
In 517 career NHL games with the Blackhawks, Flyers, Coyotes and Blues, Handzus has totals of 115 goals, 185 assists and a +51 rating.