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There was no doubt in the hockey world that the Philadelphia Flyers' trades of both Jeff Carter and Mike Richards this offseason constituted the biggest trade news anyone had heard in a long time. They have gone more for the younger team approach and are slowly bringing players they have developed into the lineup. As a result of the team's youth in 2011/12, some changes will need to happen in order for the Flyers to return to glory.
The Flyers no longer have a standout star. Claude Giroux is on his way to being a star, but he's not quite there yet. If you're banking on Jaromir Jagr, injury-prone Danny Briere, and Scott Hartnell as your top point getters you are going to have issues.
Philly should consider a trade for Boston Bruins forward David Krejci. Krejci has steadily improved year after year in the show, and finished the 2011 playoffs first among all scorers. He has proven he can play at the highest level and would be a great fit in Philly.
To Philadelphia: FW David Krejci
To Boston: FW James van Riemsdyk, first-round draft pick