The Philadelphia Flyers had a disappointing end to their 2019-20 season.
After being one of the hottest teams to end the regular season, the team was pretty quiet during their playoff run and struggled to score goals and looked extremely bad on the power play.
General manager Chuck Fletcher has already stated he likely won't be spending any money on the free agent market, however it sounds like he'll be pretty active when it comes to trades.
According to David Pagnotta of The Fourth Period, the Flyers are actively trying to move out salary at the moment.
He adds there won't be any contract talks with UFA Justin Braun or RFA's Philipe Myers and Robert Hagg until some contracts are moved out.
Shayne Gostisbehere and James van Riemsdyk are the players that Fletcher would like to move out however there might not be any takers.
Could Jakub Voracek be moved?
Who do you think Fletcher will trade this offseason?
The Flyers are actively looking to move out some salary and create some cap space. So far, no contract talks with any of their pending free agents, including defencemen Justin Braun (UFA), Phillipe Myers (RFA) & Robert Hagg (RFA).
— David Pagnotta (@TheFourthPeriod) September 18, 2020