Enstrom recorded one goal and six points in 43 games during the 2017-18 season.
In May, the Winnipeg Free Press reported that Enstrom's tenure with the Jets was likely finished, in large part due to being scratched during the Western Conference Final against the Vegas Golden Knights. Enstrom was reportedly playing through a rib injury and was upset by coach Paul Maurice's decision.
Enstrom has spent his entire career with the Atlanta Thrashers/Winnipeg Jets organization after being drafted 239th overall in 2003.
"Markus is a versatile forward with the ability to play in all situations," general manager Jim Benning said. "He plays a complete, two-way game and has shown he can produce offensively. We look forward to seeing Markus continue to develop as a Vancouver Canuck this season."
Granlund registered eight goals and four assists in 53 games for Vancouver last season. He was drafted 45th overall by the Calgary Flames in 2011.
After weeks of speculation, Ilya Kovalchuk's preferred NHL destination is starting to become much clearer, as the highly sought-after winger's agent is expected to meet with four teams Friday to discuss acquiring the sniper's services, according to The Athletic's Pierre LeBrun.
It was previously reported that Kovalchuk was meeting with both the Kings and Sharks, but Friday's report reveals that both the Bruins and Knights are also serious contenders to land the former 52-goal man.
Rumors have swirled regarding Kovalchuk and his desire to return to North American arenas since March. And there has been no shortage of teams showing interest in the 35-year-old Russian.
Kovalchuk hasn't suited up in the NHL since 2013, but scored 31 goals and added 32 assists in 53 games with SKA St. Petersburg of the KHL this past season.
Anderson is under contract with Ottawa for the next two seasons at a cap hit of $4.75 million. He also has a modified no-trade clause that allows him to submit a list of 10 teams that he would not accept a trade to.
The 37-year-old had a rough season in 2017-18, registering a 23-25-6 record to go along with two shutouts, a 3.32 goals-against average, and a lowly .898 save percentage.
The 34-year-old Ward is set to become an unrestricted free agent. He stole the crease back from supposed No.1 Scott Darling last season, registering a 23-14-4 record to go along with a 2.73 goals-against average and .906 save percentage.
According to Ward's agent, some teams have already expressed interest in the goaltender's services.
Ward was drafted 25th overall by Carolina in 2002, and he's the franchise leader in games played (668), wins (318), and shutouts (27). He won a Stanley Cup with the Hurricanes in 2006, and also took home the Conn Smythe Trophy for that postseason performance.