David Legwand C OTT 6 Months

David Legwand remains a coveted commodity on the NHL unrestricted free agent market despite having not signed a deal in the initial 36-hour frenzy.

Legwand is a bulky and experienced two-way center, and although his offensive numbers are not anything to rave about, the 33 year-old veteran plays responsible defense and still notched 51 points last season. TSN's Aaron Ward reports 8-10 teams are interested in Legwand's services, while the Maple Leafs are scrambling to replace Dave Bolland and Jay McClement, who both signed elsewhere.

David Legwand C OTT 8 Months

David Legwand is unlikely to be retained by the Detroit Red Wings.

In 21 regular season games with Detroit, he registered four goals and 11 points. Legwand didn't earn a point in five matches during the playoffs. He was acquired from Nashville at the trade deadline and can become an unrestricted free agent in July.

David Legwand C OTT 9 Months

David Legwand potted the game-winning goal in Tuesday's game versus Buffalo.

He gave Detroit a 3-1 lead in the third period and his 14th marker of the year held up as the winner. Legwand has generated 51 points this season, including four goals and 11 points in 18 games with the Red Wings.

David Legwand C OTT 9 Months

David Legwand had the game-winning goal and added an assist in Deroit's 3-2 victory over Tampa Bay on Sunday.

He had no points and a minus-5 rating in his previous four outings. Legwand has three goals and nine points in 14 games with the Red Wings since he was acquired from Nashville at the trade deadline.

David Legwand C OTT 9 Months

David Legwand practiced on the Red Wings' third line on Friday.

Legwand skated alongside Daniel Alfredsson and Joakim Andersson. Legwand got off to a hot start with Detroit after being acquired from Nashville, but he's minus-six in his last three contests.

David Legwand C OTT 9 Months

David Legwand notched a goal and an assist in Saturday afternoon's 3-2 win over Minnesota.

He has seven points, including five assists, in nine games since being acquired by Detroit at the trade deadline. Legwand and Brendan Smith, who also had an assist, scored their goals on the power play. Riley Sheahan and Jakub Kindl chipped in two assist apiece, while Gustav Nyquist scored the game winner.

David Legwand C OTT 9 Months

David Legwand has been handed a $5,000 fine as punishment for butt-ending Evgeni Malkin during Thursday's game.

Legwand also received a five-minute major and game misconduct for his actions. The incident occurred at 16:14 of the third period in Detroit's 5-4 overtime win against Pittsburgh.

David Legwand C OTT 10 Months

David Legwand's made an huge impact in just his second game as a Red Wing on Friday night, scoring a goal and adding two assist in Detroit's 7-4 dismantling of the Devils.

The trade deadline acquisition centred the top line with Gustav Nyquist and Johan Franzen on Friday, and they were unstoppable, combining for 11 points. Legwand now has 43 points in 64 games.

David Legwand C OTT 10 Months

David Legwand will center Detroit's top line on Friday night against New Jersey.

He will play between Johan Franzen and Gustav Nyquist in his Red Wings debut after he was picked up from Nashville prior to Wednesday's trade deadline. Henrik Zetterberg and Pavel Datsyuk are dealing with injuries. "We needed a guy, we needed a veteran guy to help these kids," coach Mike Babcock said. "The kids are real good players, but a little leadership helps. He's got 40 points, he can pass the puck, he can play on the power play, he played against good players, so it'll be a good fit for us." Legwand isn't worried about what will happen in the summer when he could become an unrestricted free agent. He just wants to focus on helping his hometown team make the playoffs for the time being.

David Legwand C OTT 10 Months

David Legwand has been traded to the Detroit Red Wings.

The Red Wings are in dire need of centers with Henrik Zetterberg gone for the remainder of the regular season and Stephen Weiss up in the air so they dealt for the native of Detroit. Legwand waived his no-trade contract to come back to his hometown. He had 10 goals and 40 points in 62 games this season and leaves Nashville after spending 15 seasons in Music City. He will see some power play time in Detroit, likely on the second unit. The Predators will receive Patrick Eaves, a prospect and a third round pick in exchange.