The Flyers finished off the offseason checklist, signing the final remaining restricted free agent on the list. According to a report from Renaud Lavoie, the Flyers have signed defenseman Robert Hagg to a two-year, $2.3 million deal.
It’s a new chapter for James van Riemsdyk, so just because he’s back in the Orange and Black, it’s not going to be exactly the same as it was all those years ago when the former second overall pick made his debut. Most notably, the new chapter brings on a new number.
The Flyers avoided arbitration with forward Taylor Leier, agreeing to a one-year, one-way deal worth $720,000. The Flyers also signed forward Tyrell Goulbourne to a one-year deal and confirmed the signing of forward Danick Martel.
With two more picks available in Friday's first round, the draft remains a priority for the Flyers. Things have changed with the makeup of the roster and the way this team has been built to this point. But not much has changed about the approach. The draft is still the foundation of future succ…
Sam Morin left Game 4 of the Phantoms series against Charlotte and it was confirmed that he is out with a torn ACL. The timeline for his return puts him on track to be available around February 2019, several months into the upcoming season.
Phil Myers is sometimes the forgotten prospect on a blue line that now has five players with NHL experience, simply because he is marinating in the AHL at the moment. But his time is coming soon, and when it does, his potential could make him one of the Flyers top defensemen.
There will certainly be a lot of things to look at moving forward for the Flyers now that the 2017-18 season has come to a close. For starters, here's a look back at Sunday's game and the series as a whole.