The Philadelphia Flyers have taken many swings that have all resulted in misses in landing some of the marquee free agents this offseason, with Shea Weber being just the latest. The Flyers were a bit taken back when the Nashville Predators matched the 14 year/$110 million offer sheet that the Flyers gave to Weber last week.
And with the aftermath of missing out on yet another big name to add to their team, the Flyers have said that they will no longer be going after any of the top remaining free agents, according to general manager Paul Holmgren. It is unknown as to whether Holmgren just means on the blue line, which would eliminate players such as P.K. Subban, or if he means top free agents at any position, which would mean not going after Shane Doan or Alexander Semin or any of the top goal scorers available.