The trade of Schenn to St. Louis has increased Weal's value with the Flyers.
A Bednarik-like grandpa, a Ripken-esque uncle, and his own dad's steady career provide some reassurance over Patrick's health.
The former Flyer has talked to the Jets, but his agent said he's talking to many teams.
Lynam and Panaccio are the latest in a series of high-profile talent forced out at CSN Philly.
Since the Flyers aren't expected to be active on the market, we look at what other teams might do.
The Flyers always seem to be looking for a goaltender, and this year is no exception. Here are some free-agent options.
Teams may begin negotiating with unrestricted free agents. Plus, it's a significant day for next year's free-agent class.
After trading Brayden Schenn and drafting Nolan Patrick, the Flyers will have a different look in 2017-18.
After being snubbed three times, Recchi is going in.
Be excited about the future, but don't forget about 1999.
A bunch of 30-somethings are available, which might not entice Flyers GM Ron Hextall.
Although he has "mixed emotions" about the deal, Brayden Schenn is excited to get a chance to play his natural position, center, for St. Louis.
Ron Hextall is taking his time in trying to remake the Flyers, and fans will have to live with it.
The Flyers selected some of the most highly regarded forwards in the NHL's two-day draft.
Goalie Cayden Primeau, whose dad, Keith, was once the Flyers' captain, was chosen by Montreal in the seventh round.