The Minnesota Wild have one restricted free agent in the fold.
On Wednesday, the Wild announced they signed center Connor Dewar to a two-year, one-way contract worth $1.6 million.
Dewar, a third-round pick in 2018 by the Wild, made his NHL debut this past season. Playing in 35 games he had two goals and four assists with 25 penalty minutes.
In 19 games with Iowa, Dewar recorded eight goals and nine assists. He played for Iowa from 2019-21, notching 18 goals and 24 assists with 35 minutes and plus/minus of +16 in 84 games.
Dewar made $750,000 last season with a cap hit of $825,833. Minnesota has two other restricted free agents: right wing Kevin Fiala and defenseman Jacob Middleton.