The Flyers tendered offers to seven restricted free agents Monday: goalies Alex Lyon and Anthony Stolarz, left winger Taylor Leier, defenseman Robert Hagg, and minor leaguers Danick Martel (left winger), Reece Willcox (defenseman) and Tyrell Goulbourne (left winger).
As expected, they did not make an offer to goalie Petr Mrazek, 26, who will become an unrestricted free agent. After being acquired from Detroit for a third-round pick in February, Mrazek struggled with the Flyers as he compiled a 6-6-3 record with a 3.22 goals-against average and .891 save percentage.
By giving a qualifying offer, a team is given the right of first refusal and gets draft-pick compensation if any of the players sign an offer sheet with another club.
According to capfriendly.com, these were the qualifying offers made by the Flyers: Lyon, $918,831; Stolarz, $761,250; Leier, $846,886; Hagg, $874,125; Martel, $715,000; Willcox, $715,000; and Goulbourne, $715,000.
As it stands, the Flyers have a crowded goalie situation.
Carter Hart is expected to get a majority of the starts with the AHL's Phantoms. Brian Elliott, assuming he has recovered from core-muscle surgery, will be the Flyers' No. 1 goalie.
They also have the injury-prone Michal Neuvirth, Lyon and Stolarz. If none of the goalies is traded, they have five for four spots with the Flyers and Phantoms. Stolarz missed most of last season after undergoing knee surgery, playing one game with the Phantoms and three with Reading in the ECHL.
The Flyers announced that all eight of their draft selections from the weekend are expected to be at development camp, which opens Wednesday with the Trial on the Isle in Stone Harbor. On-ice sessions start Thursday in Voorhees and end Monday.
Sessions are free and open to the public.
Among the players at camp: Hart, centers Morgan Frost and German Rubtsov, left winger Isaac Ratcliffe, and defenseman Phil Myers.
The Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation announced they will move their annual golf tournament, to which the Flyers lend their name, from a Trump golf course after this year.
The event will be held Sept. 11 at the Trump National course in Pine Hill, N.J., honoring the final year of a multiyear contract.
In a statement, the foundation lauded the services provided by Trump National but implied that "passions stirred by recent events" have caused them to look for a different course next year.
President Trump and his administration have recently been involved in a controversy for a no-tolerance approach to illegal immigration at the country's southern border, resulting in hundreds of children being separated from their parents.