The Philadelphia Flyers have been heavily linked to some of this offseasons biggest trade block names and we have a better idea of the acquiring cost regarding one of the forwards. 

St. Louis Blues' forward Vladimir Tarasenko is on his way out of St. Louis after demanding a trade and he's been linked to the Flyers. 

With Jakub Voracek or JVR likely headed out of Philly, many believe Tarasenko would be a perfect replacement with only two years left on his contract.

So what exactly would it cost to bring the forward over?

According to Blues' insider Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic, the Flyers' would have to send over Morgan Frost and Philippe Myers. 

"In 2017, the Blues traded two first-round picks to Philadelphia for Brayden Schenn, and the Flyers used one of them on Frost. Frost was hurt in 2020-21, and so far he’s played in just 22 NHL games and scored twice. He’s only 22 and has a lot of upside, so perhaps the Blues would have some interest. Myers, 24, may be a player who gets their attention more than Frost, but the Flyers might prefer to use him in a bigger trade to help bring an impact defenseman."

Would you give this up to bring the former 40 goal scorer to Philly?

Source: Jeremy Rutherford The Athletic