NHL teams place over 40 players on waivers on Sunday.

NHL teams place over 40 players on waivers on Sunday.

A massive day on waivers for several teams around the National Hockey League with over 40 players available.

Jonathan Larivee

We are only 9 days away from the start of a new season in the National Hockey League and that means that training camps around the league are rapidly coming to a close, and rosters around the NHL are rapidly starting to take shape.

Unfortunately for many players that means that they are learning that they have not made it onto the main roster, at least for the time being, and that also often results in a number of players swapping teams. That could very well be the case for several players on Monday, as over 40 players have been placed on waivers on Sunday and all of them are eligible to be claimed by a rival team.

There are a massive number of players up for grabs over the next 24 hours, so let's get right down to the list:

Trevor Carrick (ANA)
Michael DiPietro (BOS)
Joseph Cecconi (BUF)
Jeremy Davies (BUF)
Dave Gust (CHI)
Mike Hardman (CHI)
Brett Seney (CHI)
Kevin Connaughton (LA)
Samuel Fagemo (LA)
Joe Hicketts (LA)
Hayden Hodgson (LA)
Mikael Maltsev (LA)
Jacob Moverare (LA)
Steven Santini (LA)
Akil Thomas (LA)
T.J. Tynan (LA)
Steven Fogarty (MIN)
Jacob Lucchini (MIN)
Zane McIntyre (MIN)
Nick Swaney (MIN)
Lias Andersson (MTL)
Phillippe Maillet (MTL)
Louis Domingue (NYR)
Mac Hollowell (NYR)
Scott Sabourin (SJ)
Nathan Todd (SJ)
Will Bitten (STL)
Wyatt Kalynuk (STL)
Matthew Peca (STL)
Mitchell Chaffee (TB)
Sean Day (TB)
Philippe Myers (TB)
Sheldon Dries (VAN)
Matt Irwin (VAN)
Jack Rathbone (VAN)
Zach Sawchenko (VAN)
Jett Woo (VAN)
Jansen Harkins (WPG)
Jeff Malott (WPG)
Kristian Reichel (WPG)
Ashton Sautner (WPG)
Dominic Toninato (WPG)
Chase Priskie (WSH)
Riley Sutter (WSH)

Any team in the league can submit a claim for a player given that they have contract space on their roster, but the team with the highest waiver priority to submit a claim will be the one that gets the player.

Stay tuned for an update tomorrow on which players, if any, will be changing hands.