NHL Rumors: Philadelphia Flyers, and the Minnesota Wild
The Flyers are seeking to obtain offense and they might not have an interest in moving their very first

Charlie O’Connor of The Athletic: If the Philadelphia Flyers have the ability to Ryan Ellis back and healthy, and with the Cam York beginning the season, GM Chuck Fletcher doesn’t believe their blue line is a location of requirement.

The forward group is a location that requires updating. Fletcher has actually stated that it’s skeptical they’d have the ability to obtain a top-line center. They do require to discover some more scoring and somebody to use the power play.

That most likely ways ‘if we make a big, flashy add, it’s most likely going to be a winger.’

The Flyers will be picking at No. 5 in the 2022 NHL draft and it doesn’t seem like they will be trading the choice. GM Fletcher: “We’ll have a pretty high pick this year that’ll be part of our team in probably the very near future. That’s got to be a big part of it,”

Keys to the offseason for the Minnesota Wild

Kristen Shilton and Greg Wyshynski of ESPN: Looking at the secrets to the offseason for the Minnesota Wild.

Projected 2022-23 cap area: $9,719,745

2022 draft choices: 1st, second (VAN), 3rd, fourth, fifth, sixth

The Wild remain in good condition with concerns to their lineup which is great considering they will be bring simply over $12.7 million in dead cap area after the buyouts to Ryan Suter and Zach Parise.

Will the Wild have the ability to re-sign arbitration-eligible, pending RFA forward Kevin Fiala?

Goaltending might be another concern for the Wild this offseason. Cam Talbot is under agreement for another season and Marc-Andre Fleury is a pending UFA.

The Wild will likewise require to re-sign RFA defenseman Jacob Middleton.

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