Safe money is on either the Sabres or the Coyotes to pick him up.
There is a chance for the outliers but those are the teams that need him the most and 'if' there is a conspiracy the NHL would be helping out their bottom line the most by sending him to a place like Arizona.
Bigger, faster players with ingrained defensive systems coupled with a more fundamentally sound breed of goaltender has all led to a resurgence of the "dead puck syndrome" again.
The only real way to change the direction the league is going is to open up the ice a bit by having bigger surfaces to play on...but the odds of that happening are nil. As it is right now, as soon as you get the puck you basically have one or two guys on you immediately, you have to either carry the puck for a few moments or dish it immediately making for quite a few broken plays and turnovers. This puts a lot more of the game in the neutral zone which is traditionally less entertaining for fans than if the play was in either teams defensive zone.