The Philadelphia Flyers have had an extremely up-and-down season. The lack of a training camp and preseason really seems to be hurting some of their younger players and the team in general does not appear to have the chemistry they enjoyed last season.
There's no questioning how talented the Flyers are, especially their special group of young forwards, but the depth and cohesion just is not there this year.
They are especially thin in the back, and are just really in need of a boost. But they have a lot of valuable pieces now, and as the trade deadline looms, it's time to look at just how valuable each player is to the Flyers.
This is not necessarily immediate value, but it also is not long-term (3+ years) value either. I tried to take both factors into account, and look more at the near future.
I also did not rank Ilya Bryzgalov here because comparing a goalie to position players is too difficult, and Bryz isn't going anywhere this season anyway.