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Are the Philadelphia Flyers screwed next season?


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Finnegan Frost
May 17, 2024  (11:18 PM)
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The Philadelphia Flyers find themselves in a tough position heading into next season, with a significant portion of their salary cap tied up in contracts that are set to expire in 2025.

General Manager Daniel Brière has a monumental task ahead of him to navigate this cap nightmare and position the team for future success.
A closer look at the Flyers' current player salaries paints a grim picture:
- Cam Atkinson: $6 million
- Kevin Hayes: $3.5 million
- Tony DeAngelo: $1.5 million
- Ryan Johansen: $4 million
- Marcus Pettersson: $4 million
With such a substantial amount of money committed to players on expiring deals, the Flyers' ability to build a competitive roster and make a legitimate push for the Stanley Cup is severely hindered.
Regardless of the path chosen, Brière's ability to navigate this cap nightmare will be crucial for the Flyers' future. With limited financial flexibility, the team's chances of building a championship-caliber roster appear slim, at least in the short term.
As the offseason approaches, all eyes will be on Brière and the Flyers' front office, as they work tirelessly to find creative solutions and steer the organization back toward contention in the highly competitive Metropolitan Division.
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Are the Philadelphia Flyers screwed next season?

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