The Philadelphia Flyers continue to fight for their playoff lives and balance on the line between buyers and sellers.
We've heard the names Scott Laughton and Shayne Gostisbehere could be on the move regardless of where the Flyers fit into the playoff picture and it seems you can add another name to that list.
According to NHL insider Nick Kypreos, the Flyers are looking to move on from forward Nolan Patrick as soon as possible.
During his recent episode of "Real Kyper at Noon", Kypreos put forward that the Flyers are shopping Patrick "hard".
Patrick hasn't lived up to his potential since being drafted second overall back in 2017 and missed all of last season with migraines.
This year he hasn't really found a place under head coach Alain Vigneault and has only registered 7 points in 38 games while moving back and forth between the wing and center.
The 22 year old will be RFA after this season so general manager Chuck Fletcher would like to move on from the forward.
Nick Kypreos says on Real Kyper at Noon that Corry Perry's preference was to sign in Toronto. Thinks Savard is going to command the highest price of the remaining players. Says PHI is shopping Nolan Patrick hard.
— J (@Account4hockey) April 9, 2021