Toronto Maple Leafs forwards Nik Antropov and Clarke Wilm accepted their one-year qualifying offers Friday.
In 62 games with the Leafs in 2003-04, Antropov recorded 13 goals and 18 assists with 62 penalty minutes.
The 25-year-old played 26 games for Yaroslavl in the Russian league during the lockout, collecting five goals and 14 assists with 44 penalty minutes.
In 263 career NHL games, the native of Kazakhstan has 48 goals and 77 assists with 261 penalty minutes.
Wilm, 28, played 69 games for Toronto's AHL affiliate in St. John's, N.L., last season, collecting 11 goals and 16 assists with 145 penalty minutes.
In 2003-04, he played 10 regular-season games for Toronto, recording seven penalty minutes.
The native of Central Butte, Sask., has 36 goals and 53 assists in 395 career NHL games for Calgary, Nashville and Toronto.
The Leafs also signed forwards Mike Hoffman and Roman Kukumberg to one year entry-level contracts.