Vegas Golden Knights general manager George McPhee did plenty of damage as he submitted his picks in the expansion draft, including Marc-Andre Fleury.
The NHL's newest franchise poached one player from each of the 30 other teams around the league.
Through side deals and a little creativity, it looks like the Golden Knights will come away with plenty of assets.
The official roster announcement came during the NHL Awards show in Las Vegas.
It is expected that McPhee will flip at least some of the players listed on the initial roster when league-wide trading re-opens on Thursday.
Vegas open their inaugural season against the Dallas Stars on October 6.
Here's everything we know about the roster construction so far:
William Karlsson, via Columbus Blue Jackets
Columbus traded this year's first-round draft pick (number 24 overall) and a third-rounder in 2019 as assurance Vegas will not select forward Alexander Wennberg and Josh Anderson and backup goaltender Joonas Korpisalo. The Blue Jackets were also able to dump the contract of David Clarkson on the Knights.
Jonathan Marchessault, via Florida Panthers
Vegas also acquired scoring winger Reilly Smith from the Panthers in exchange for a 2018 fourth-round draft pick, the teams announced. Smith took a step back last season with just 37 points in 80 games and still has five years remaining on his contract at $5million annual average value (AAV). Marchessault was the price to pay to offload that deal.
Eric Haula, via Minnesota Wild
Haula, a restricted free agent, is headed to Vegas after reportedly signing a three-year extension worth $2.75m AAV. Minnesota agreed to trade prospect Alex Tuch and a second-round draft pick in either the 2017 or 2018 drafts so the Knights would not take coveted defensemen Matt Dumba, Marco Scandella and forward Eric Staal.
James Neal, via Nashville Predators
Neal, coming off a ninth consecutive 20-goal season, is a perfect example of a player who McPhee may flip to another team for prospects and/or draft picks.
William Carrier, via Buffalo Sabres
In selecting Carrier, Vegas also acquired a 2017 sixth-round draft pick, the team announced. Sabres goalie Linus Ullmark was believed to be their initial target.
Cody Eakin, via Dallas Stars
Tomas Nosek, via Detroit Red Wings
Oscar Lindberg, via New York Rangers
David Perron, via St Louis Blues
Teemu Pulkkinen, via Arizona Coyotes
Connor Brickley, via Carolina Hurricanes
Pierre-Edouard Bellemare, via Philadelphia Flyers
Chris Thorburn, via Winnipeg Jets
Brendan Leipsic, via Toronto Maple Leafs
Clayton Stoner, via Anaheim Ducks
Anaheim also agreed to trade defenseman Shea Theodore to Vegas as incentive to pass on exposed blue liners Josh Manson and Sami Vatanen, the teams announced.
Deryk Engelland, via Calgary Flames
Engelland, 35, is a free agent July 1.
Trevor van Riemsdyk, via Chicago Blackhawks
Vegas have been expected to acquire forward Marcus Kruger from Chicago via trade in an attempt to clear cap space. That may no longer be the case after the team learned Wednesday veteran Marian Hossa will not play in 2017-18, according to the Chicago Tribune .
Alexei Emelin, via Montreal Canadiens
Griffin Reinhart, via Edmonton Oilers
David Schlemko, via San Jose Sharks
Colin Miller, via Boston Bruins
Luca Sbisa, via Vancouver Canucks
Jon Merrill, via New Jersey Devils
Brayden McNabb, via Los Angeles Kings
Jason Garrison, via Tampa Bay Lightning
Marc Methot, via Ottawa Senators
Nate Schmidt, via Washington Capitals
Marc-Andre Fleury, via Pittsburgh Penguins
Fleury has been the long-rumoured pick as a face of the franchise for the Knights after waiving his no-movement clause in a huge favuor to Pittsburgh. The Penguins traded a 2020 second-round draft pick to make sure Vegas select Fleury, who will count $5.75m against the cap the next two seasons.
Jean-Francois Berube, via New York Islanders
Vegas also acquired forward Mikhail Grabovski , the Islanders' first-round draft pick this year (number 15 overall) and a second-rounder in 2019, the teams announced. The steep price was required for the Knights to lay off key unprotecteds like Brock Nelson, Ryan Strome and Calvin de Haan.
Calvin Pickard, via Colorado Avalanche