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Jakub Voracek rounds out the list of restricted free agents for the Philadelphia Flyers, and he's far and above the most talented of the group.
The former seventh overall pick came over in the Jeff Carter trade last season and had a pretty impressive season. He showed flashed of the talent that led to him being taken so high by posting 49 points in 78 games.
He is one of the few players who is capable of taking over a game when he's at his best, but his best has been frustratingly hard to find in his first few seasons.
Voracek has tons of upside and could still develop into a great forward. He's already a top-six forward on the team, and there's no way they let him go for nothing.
Just like with Bourdon, the only way I see Voracek leaving is via trade.
The Anaheim Ducks will want a good young forward if they trade Bobby Ryan, a guy the Flyers covet, and Voracek might be the most expendable of the guys that Anaheim would be interested in.
Because of that, I thing there's a good chance Voracek gets traded this offseason.
But if he isn't traded, look for him to be back in the orange and black next year, putting up career-high numbers.