The Philadelphia Flyers and general manager Chuck Fletcher have been silent so far during free agency.
It's no surprise as Fletcher told the media earlier this month that any roster changes would likely come through trade and not free agency.
However the trade might be bigger than anybody expects.
According to TSN's Frank Seravalli, the Flyers are listening to offers on Travis Konecny.
It doesn't mean that Konecny will be traded, however it does mean that the Flyers are looking to make a big swing and it would require Konecny if needed.
The Flyers' coaching staff weren't happy with the young forwards performance during the playoffs.
"There’s no doubt that Travis didn’t perform to obviously his expectations and ours in the playoffs," Flyers head coach Alain Vigneault said in September. "He’s a young player full of potential. I believe that I’ll be able to help him a lot moving forward.
"There’s no doubt that he was pressing and because he was pressing, it led to turnovers that led to good opportunities from the opposition. T.K.’s a great young man that’s got a lot of potential. We’re going to work with him and he’s going to become the best player that he can be."
Would you be sad to see Konecny go?