There was lots of speculation the last couple of weeks about the Philadelphia Flyers possibly making a move.
Wayne Simmonds was the player mentioned the most and apparently almost found himself in Calgary in return of defenseman Dougie Hamilton.
With nothing to show from the NHL Draft, where does Flyers general manager Ron Hextall go from here?
Despite his disappointment of not making a move at the draft, he's ready to go shopping come July 1st.
"To add a forward who can play on the top two lines and a veteran defenseman. That’s our wish list,” he said.
Through free agency or through trade, Hextall is ready to make a move, but he made it clear again that he won't sacrifice one of his prospects.
“We want to win playoffs, too,” Hextall said. “That doesn’t mean we’re going to sacrifice an ‘A’ prospect for a one-year asset. It’s just not going to happen. We’re not going to move Carter Hart or Morgan Frost for a guy that’s going to help us for one year.”
Do you agree with Hextall's approach to this offseason?