By Jenny Masters
Ivan Provorov had nine goals and 31 points in 79 games while averaging 24:53 minutes last season.
The Flyers have leaned heavily on him since he broke into the NHL.
He does come with a $6.75 million cap hit for each of the next three seasons, which might scare off some teams, but he’s talented enough that there should be a deal to be made here.
The bigger question isn’t if the Flyers can trade him, it’s if they can get a return that they deem acceptable. P
Theircap situation isn’t great after inking Tony DeAngelo to a two-year, $10 million deal, so they might be motivated sellers.
I know #Flyers are trying to move Provorov and his $6.75 mil (AAV) over next three years. Going to be tough.
— Stefen Rosner (@stefen_rosner) July 9, 2022