The Philadelphia Flyers will likely be buyers at the trade deadline as long as they stay in a playoff spot.
We've heard that Shayne Gostisbehere might be on his way out, and now it seems that one of the Flyers prospects could move too.
According to Corey Pronman of The Athletic, the Flyers could ship Mikhail Vorobyev out of town.
The 23 year old has had a couple of chances to prove his worth at an NHL level but cant seem to stick.
He's registered two goals in 35 NHL games and has looked a bit better this year at the AHL level with 22 points in 33 games.
Here's what Pronman had to say about Vorobyev:
"Vorobyev has been on the NHL bubble the last two seasons, being a good if not a very good AHL player but not quite good enough to stick at the top level. He has size, great offensive IQ and can play at both ends but lacks NHL-level quickness. I don’t sense there would be much of a market for him, but with Morgan Frost getting close to being a full-time player and his expiring contract, Vorobyev would be a logical player to move."
What do you think the Flyers could get for him?