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Philadelphia Flyers' Greatest Blunder in Each and every of the Last five Offseasons

The 2014 NHL offseason is officially underway.

Far more than $500 million was committed by NHL squads on the very first day of free of charge company alone, whilst home names like Ryan Kesler and Jason Spezza have relocated by means of trades.

But for a group that's traditionally between the most lively in the course of the offseason, the Philadelphia Flyers have been awfully quiet so far.

Newly appointed GM Ron Hextall used the begin of free of charge company to re-signal backup goaltender Ray Emery along with a pair of potential Lehigh Valley Phantoms in forward Blair Jones and goaltender Rob Zepp. Then, just 24 hours later on, he inked depth defenseman Nick Schultz to a expense-effective one particular-yr, $one.25 million pact.

The moves had been all needed roster additions for the orange and black but hardly the variety of summer season splash the Flyers are recognized for Wayne Simmonds Jersey.

And whilst some of Philadelphia's offseason additions by way of the years have been residence runs (Jakub Voracek, Brayden Schenn and Wayne Simmonds in 2011, Kimmo Timonen and Scott Hartnell in 2007, Peter Forsberg in 2005), other folks have been a bit of a misfire.

Here is a seem at the Flyers' greatest mistake in each and every of the last 5 offseasons.

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