Interactive Map: NHL players head overseas during lockout

Wondering where your favourite NHL players have decided to play during the lockout? Check out this interactive map and find out which players have joined which leagues and teams overseas.

48 NHLers join 32 different European teams

Tyler Seguin is just one NHL player to head overseas to play hockey during the lockout. Seguin will suit up for the Swiss league's EHC Biel. Find out where the other 47 players are with our interactive map. (Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Boston Bruins forward Tyler Seguin tweeted on Thursday that he is joining Swiss National League A team EHC Biel until the lockout ends.

The 2010 second overall pick is just the latest player that has opted to sign with a hockey team overseas.

On Friday, Hockey Night in Canada personality Don Cherry took to Twitter @CoachsCornerCBC and chimed in on the exodus of NHLers to Europe.

"I don't blame the Europeans for going to play in Europe but you millionaires you're supposed to be a union," Cherry tweeted. "Stay together and fight the good fight on this side of the ocean instead of going over and taking jobs from some poor guy trying to make a living."

As of Thursday, 48 NHL players have committed to 32 different teams in Russia, Finland, Sweden, Ukraine, Germany, Switzerland, Belarus, Slovakia, Latvia, Poland and the Czech Republic.

Here's a detailed map of all the players that have signed, including their NHL team, as well as their new host city, league and team.