This past offseason the Philadelphia Flyers, like many NHL teams, were faced with difficult decisions regarding the direction of their club. Now some of those decisions are coming back to haunt the Flyers.
After only 14 games, Philadelphia has lost its identity and is scrambling to find it. Injuries have been a large contributor to the sluggish start, but roster depth may be the main issue—specifically in a 48 game season.
GM Paul Holmgren may be calling around the league for offers, but in an extremely thin trade market the Flyers may find it difficult to execute a move.
Here are four offseason moves that are currently haunting the struggling Flyers.