The Flyers have signed Chris Stewart, who they had in camp as a try-out, to a contract:
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The Flyers have re-signed Travis Konecny to a 6-year contract with an AAV of $5.5 million.
— Philadelphia Flyers (@NHLFlyers) September 16, 2019
The Flyers signed Ivan Provorov to a 6-year contract less than a week ago.
Konecny, 22, had 24 goals and 25 assists in 82 games with the Flyers last season. Before signing this contract, Konecny was 4 seasons away from UFA status.
Coburn, 30, has 1 goal and 8 assists in 39 games this season. He has one more season left on his contract at a cap hit of $4.5 million.
Tim Panaccio of CSN reports the Flyers want to move Braydon Coburn before tomorrow’s deadline.
Flyers hoping to move Braydon Coburn by Monday. Teams are calling.
— Tim Panaccio (@tpanotchCSN) March 1, 2015
Coburn is signed through next season at a cap-hit of $4.5 million.
Timonen, 39, has missed the entire 2014-15 season due to blood clots, but is expected to return this weekend.
Chicago had an extra second rounder in this year’s draft – a compensatory pick for losing 1st rounder Kevin Hayes to free agency.
Pierre Lebrun gave some details on the conditional pick:
If Hawks win THREE rounds and Timonen plays in 50% or more of games then it goes to 2nd-round pick in 2016
— Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) February 28, 2015
Bob McKenzie reports that Kimmo Timonen’s comeback is going well, and it’s possible he gets in game action as early as Saturday. He reports that it sounds like Timonen would be “wide open” to a trade to a Cup contender, though the Flyers are in a playoff push themselves.
Timonen, 39, is signed with a base cap hit of $2 million. He has another $1.5 million in performance bonuses, though it’s unlikely they are attainable with less than a third of the season left.
Sports Club Stats has the Flyers’ playoff chances currently at 8%.
Schultz, 32, was originally brought in for depth purposes, but the veteran has been a workhorse providing stability to the position and logging an average of 19 minutes per game.
Del Zotto, 25, had a rough start to the season but has improved his play of late, scoring three goals and nine points in the past 14 games.
Both players carry affordable contracts and are solid options as bottom six defensemen, but the Flyers still need to improve their top four pairings.
Both Drance and Gentille listed the Lightning and the Islanders as potential destinations, with names like Jonathan Drouin, Ryan Strome, Andrej Sustr and long-time Oiler favorite Griffin Reinhart coming back in return.
Drance also mentions the Columbus Blue Jackets, while Gentille suggests the Los Angeles Kings, Philadelphia Flyers, Boston Bruins and Pittsburgh Penguins as possibilities.