Ever since Chuck Fletcher took over as general manager of the Philadelphia Flyers, we've heard over and over that he's going to remake the team.
We've heard he's going to blow it up but he hasn't done much so far besides the Wayne Simmonds trade.
Well according to Fletcher himself, those big moves are coming and they're coming this summer.
"I think we're going to be very aggressive in the trade and free-agent markets in the sense of looking into every possible situation that can help us," Fletcher said, according to NHL.com's Adam Kimelman."We need help everywhere. We need help on defense, at center, and on the wing, and obviously, we need another goaltender, at least, if not two."
When it comes to the goalie situation, most fans would think Carter Hart has the starter spot locked up for next year but Fletcher doesn't feel the same.
"In the short term, can he be our No. 1 goalie coming out of camp next year? He certainly could be. I don't mean this as a threat, but like everybody else, he's going to have to earn that. It's a tough league for 20- and 21-year-old kids.
"We'll let his play dictate it and we'll hopefully have some other good options in goal so we have great depth, and that's the way we want to approach it."