Everybody has made it pretty clear, new Philadelphia Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher's main priority is to figure out the goalie situation.
Carter Hart's recent call up and results should clearly show that he's the man for the job for the future, but he needs a better backup.
At just 20 years old, Hart will need a strong mentor with NHL experience, and who better than a Stanley Cup champ?
NHL insider Chris Johnston has linked Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick to the Flyers once again.
He points out that the only other options out there right now are Scott Darling, Cory Schneider, Keith Kinkaid, Jimmy Howard and Sergei Bobrovsky.
Quick makes more sense then any of them and Sportsnet's Nick Kypreos confirmed that the Flyers have had contact with LA regarding Quick.
Do you think Quick would be a good mentor for Hart?