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Reviewing GM Paul Holmgren's moves in the last year or so, he has traded the team's captain and leading goalscorer, signed a goalie to a nine-year contract, signed a veteran who had not played in the NHL for three years, signed a lower-line role player from a rival team and signed a young former second-overall draft pick to an extension, then subsequently traded that player.
The only person in the Flyers organization who is safe from a trade might be franchise founder Ed Snider.
Seriously, though, after moving Sergei Bobrovsky and James van Riemsdyk, the Flyers do not have any likely trade assets.
Of the 19 players Philadelphia has under contract, 10 joined the team between May 2011 and today. The other nine are Danny Briere, Scott Hartnell, Claude Giroux, Jody Shelley, Kimmo Timonen, Chris Pronger, Braydon Coburn and Andrej Meszaros.
The Flyers have enough money to get what they need through free agency. Do not expect any trades involving a roster player.