The Philadelphia Flyers and general manager Chuck Fletcher have a lot of pressure to turn things around this offseason. 

A disappointing season which saw the Flyers miss the playoffs has been deemed unacceptable and there isn't much hope the current group can turn it around. 

It seems one of the Flyers' key forwards doesn't want to wait and see what Fletcher can pull off. 

According to NHL insider Elliotte Friedman, forward Jakub Voracek has requested a trade out of Philly and Fletcher agrees that a fresh start would be best for both sides. 

The forward will be left unprotected during the expansion draft and if he's not taken by the Kraken, Fletcher will try his best to ship him out of town. 

Unfortunately there won't exactly be a big lineup for the 31 year old and his $8.25million AAV. 

"Both sides are also prepared for the possibility a trade won’t occur, so he stays put. But there will be a legit attempt to move him."

What kind of a return do you think the Flyers could get for Voracek?



Source: Elliotte Friedman