The NHL’s newest unrestricted free agents will be signed to six years and $51.8 million.
The Kings, Devils and Flames will receive $11.7 million each in cap space.
The Canadiens, Rangers, Capitals and Flyers will receive no cap space at all.
The Devils, who also have two first-round picks and a first-rounder in 2019, signed two players to one-year deals this week, bringing the total of deals signed this offseason to nine.
The deal brings a total of $30.9 million to the Devils, which has been a goal of the team’s ownership group since the NHL’s expansion.
The goal was to build a core of top-four defensemen, who are used to playing in New Jersey and will be expected to help in the locker room.
The team has three first-year players in Brandon Carlo, Matt Donovan and Benoit Pouliot, as well as three second-yearers in Travis Zajac, Kyle Palmieri and Mark Fayne.
Goalies Martin Brodeur, Carey Price and Antti Niemi will be available, but all of them will likely see time in the crease.
The biggest name on the list is defenseman Jokinens longtime teammate and fellow Swede Juss Hellstrom, who signed a one-way deal with the Kings.
Jokinonen’s deal is worth $10.9 per year, with $2.4 million in bonuses and a $3.945 million cap hit.
The team is expected to use some cap space in free agency, with some of the cap space coming from signing goaltender Joonas Korpisalo and forward Anthony Mantha.
The Wild signed forward Kevin Fiala to a one year contract, signing him to a three-year deal worth $7.822 million.
The deal will carry an average annual value of $3 million.
Korpisale is expected in Minnesota to replace Martin Brodziak as the Wild’s starting goaltender for the next five seasons, though he could be brought back after the 2019-20 season.
Mantha, who has won two Stanley Cups, is one of the highest-paid forwards in the league, and has already been signed to a four-year, $25 million deal.