As the Stanley Cup playoffs get closer to the finish line, we're getting closer to the NHL Draft and free agency. 

The Philadelphia Flyers are expected to make a couple of moves during the summer, and while it's possible none of them are drastic, they'll still be very interesting. 

A former Flyer fan favourite will be hitting free agency and some have suggested to bring him back in a depth role. 

Nashville Predators general manager David Poile has stated that he won't be bringing back Scott Hartnell this summer after he signed a 1 year $1million deal with the team last year. 

The 36 year old forward was a healthy scratch at times this past season and only played in four of the Predators playoff games, he put put up 24 points during the 62 regular season games he played which included 13 goals. 

While he's far from the player who scored 37 goals for the Flyers during the 2011-12 season, he could still bring a great veteran presence on and off the ice and end his career with the team he was most successful with. 

Would you take Hartnell back on a similar type deal that he signed with the Predators last year?