In anticipation of the upcoming season, the NHL released the preseason schedule for this week.

The Flyers will play seven games from late September to early October.

  • September 22: @ Washington Capitals
  • September 23: @ Montréal Canadiens
  • September 26: vs. New York Islanders
  • September 28: vs. Boston Bruins
  • September 30: @ New York Islanders
  • October 1: @ Boston Bruins
  • October 3: vs. New Jersey Devils

The regular season schedule is expected to be announced later this summer.

As the Stanley Cup Final wraps up this week, the league’s focus will shift to the upcoming season. The draft will be held on June 28 and 29 in Las Vegas. Currently, the Flyers have nine selections in the seven rounds. This includes the 12th overall selection and the 31st or 32nd pick (depending if the Florida Panthers win the Stanley Cup).

There have been rumors that the Flyers may try to make a trade and move up into a top-ten selection.

The 2024 Draft class does not have as much depth as previous classes or the number of skilled players that are expected to be eligible in the 2025 class. This puts further emphasis on trying to move up or acquiring additional picks in next year’s draft.

Heading into free agency, the Flyers still have a few free agents not under contract for next season.

This includes unrestricted free agents Denis Gurianov, Marc Staal, Erik Johnson, Copper Marody, Adam Brooks, Tanner Laczynski, Victor Mete, and Felix Sandstrom. As well as resisted free agents in Yegor Zamula, Bobby Brink, Mason Millman, and Will Zmolek.

This week, the Flyers re-signed Adam Ginnings to a two-year extension as well as signing forward Rodrigo Abolos to an entry-level deal from the Swedish Hockey League.

Flyers rookie and training camp will be expected to start a few weeks before the preseason in early/mid-September from the Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, New Jersey.

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