Kimmo Timonen's best years may be behind him, but the Finland native can still produce at an extremely high level.
The Flyers' defenseman was fourth on the team in total points (29) and tied for second with 24 assists in 45 games played. Not too bad for the veteran, who, according to the Courier Post, had doubts entering the abbreviated season.
Philadelphia signed its star blueliner to a one-year extension, which will likely be Timonen's final year of play in the NHL. According to USA Today's Dave Isaac, Timonen is 99 percent certain next season will be his last.
"The timing was based on how I felt," Timonen said. "I knew from Game 1 of the season that the Flyers wanted to keep me and I wanted to stay here. I didn't want to move anywhere else. I wanted to retire as a Flyer."
The best-case scenario for the Flyers' leader would be to win a Stanley Cup in Philadelphia and end his career on top, while wearing the Orange and Black sweater.