Ceci and the Ottawa Senators agreed to a two-year deal worth $5.6 million on Tuesday.
Analysis: Ceci collected career highs in goals (10) and points (26) last season, with 10 points coming in the 28 games during which he was paired with veteran defenseman Dion Phaneuf. The 15th overall pick of the 2012 draft by Ottawa, Ceci has scored 18 goals and set up 38 others in 205 career contests.
Enroth has signed a one-year, $750,000 contract with the Maple Leafs.
Analysis: The 28-year-old Swede produced a career-best 2.17 goals-against average and .922 save percentage in 16 games (13 starts) with Los Angeles last season and has made 128 starts over seven NHL seasons. Enroth is expected to serve as the backup to offseason acquisition Frederick Andersen.
Vesey has agreed to a two-year, entry-level contract with the Rangers, one of several teams that were pursuing the reigning Hobey Baker Award winner.
Analysis: Vesey was a hot commodity on the free-agent market after declining to sign with Nashville, who had held the Harvard standout's rights before trading them to Buffalo in June. The 23-year-old forward also wasn't able to reach a deal with the Sabres prior to a deadline that ended Monday. Vesey, who had 24 goals and 22 assists in 33 games for the Crimson last season, is believed to be close to being NHL-ready.
The Flames have signed Monahan to a seven-year extension worth a reported $44.1 million. The huge deal will keep the team's top-line center under contract through the 2022-23 season.
Analysis: Monahan has certainly lived up to expectations as the sixth overall pick of the 2013 draft, scoring 80 goals and logging 79 assists through his first three NHL seasons. The 21-year-old had 31 goals during the 2014-15 campaign and 27 last season, in which he ended with a career-high 63 points.
The Penguins re-signed Cullen to a one-year, $1 million contract Wednesday for his 20th NHL season.
Analysis: The 39-year-old Cullen, who helped the Penguins win the Stanley Cup last season, had 16 goals and 16 assists in 82 games last season. He added four goals and two assists in 24 playoff games, including two game-winners.
The Coyotes brought back Vrbata on a one-year contract Tuesday.
Analysis: Vrbata spent the past two seasons with the Canucks after playing six of the previous seven with the Coyotes. He had 13 goals and 14 assists last season after scoring 31 goals for Vancouver in 2014-15. In 934 games, Vrbata has 259 goals and 295 assists for the Avalanche, Hurricanes, Blackhawks, Coyotes, Lightning and Canucks.
The Jets agreed to terms on a one-year, two-way contract with Lipon on Monday.
Analysis: The club noted that Lipon will receive an average annual value of $650,000 should the 23-year-old remain in the NHL. Lipon notched one assist and five penalty minutes in nine games with Winnipeg last season. He also scored 13 goals and set up 17 others in 45 contests with Manitoba of the American Hockey League in 2015-16.
The New Jersey Devils have re-signed Boucher to a one-year, two-way contract. General manager Ray Shero made the announcement Wednesday, disclosing that Boucher will be paid $715,000 at the NHL level.
Analysis: Boucher split last season between New Jersey and Albany (AHL). The 22-year-old had eight goals and 11 assists in 39 games with the Devils. He had 19 goals and 13 assists in 34 games in the minor leagues. He also added four goals and six assists in 11 Calder Cup playoff games with Albany.