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2012–13 Philadelphia Flyers season

Off-seasonEdit

The Flyers first roster move of the off-season was trading backup goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky to the Columbus Blue Jackets for three draft picks the afternoon prior to the NHL Entry Draft.[2] The Flyers re-signed Michael Leighton, who had spent most of the previous two seasons playing for the Adirondack Phantoms, the Flyers' American Hockey League affiliate, to a one-year contract on July 1 to replace him.[3] Shortly after day two of the Draft, the Flyers traded James van Riemsdyk to the Toronto Maple Leafs for Luke Schenn, Brayden Schenn's older brother.[4] The trade gave the Flyers their first pair of brothers since Ron and Rich Sutter back in the mid-1980s.

When the free agency period opened on July 1 the Flyers heavily pursued the two most coveted unrestricted free agents on the market, forward Zach Parise of the New Jersey Devils and defenseman Ryan Suter of the Nashville Predators. The Flyers lost out on both as Parise and Suter signed identical 13-year contracts worth $98 million with the Minnesota Wild on July 4.[5] The Flyers had reportedly offered Parise a contract worth a total of $110 million.[5] As the pursuit of Parise and Suter was occurring, the Flyers lost their two biggest unrestricted free agents, Jaromir Jagr and Matt Carle. Jagr signed a one-year contract worth $4.5 million with the Dallas Stars on July 3.[6] He later said the Flyers requested that he wait while they pursued Parise and Suter, but Jagr did not want to wait and signed with the Stars after Dallas promised him a spot on the top line.[7] Carle signed a six-year contract worth $33 million with the Tampa Bay Lightning on July 4.[8] The Flyers most notable unrestricted free agent signings were former Flyer Ruslan Fedotenko to a one-year, $1.75 million contract and defenseman Bruno Gervais to a two-year, $1.65 million contract.[9]

 
The Flyers signed Shea Weber to the richest offer sheet in NHL history.

After failing to land Suter or re-sign Carle, the Flyers signed restricted free agent defenseman Shea Weber of the Nashville Predators to a 14-year offer sheet worth $110 million, $68 million of which was a signing bonus, on July 19.[10] The offer sheet was the richest in NHL history in terms of total money, money per season, and length, surpassing the previous offer sheet record set by Thomas Vanek. The Predators, already having lost Weber's defensive partner Suter to Minnesota, matched the offer sheet five days later.[11] Had the Predators declined to match, they would have received the Flyers' next four first-round draft picks as compensation.[10]

In the weeks leading up to the 2012–13 lockout, the Flyers re-signed wingers Wayne Simmonds and Scott Hartnell to six-year contract extensions. Simmonds extension was worth $23.85 million and Hartnell's $28.5 million.

With team captain Chris Pronger unlikely to return as a result of continuing post-concussion syndrome which has placed his playing career in jeopardy, the Flyers named Claude Giroux team captain on January 15 shortly after the lockout ended.[12]

Regular seasonEdit

The Flyers started the season 0–3–0, the franchise's worst season start in 17 years.[13]

The Flyers did not qualify for the Stanley Cup playoffs for the first time since the 2006–07 season and only the ninth time in team history.

The Flyers were the most penalized team during the regular season, with 184 power-play opportunities against.[14]

StandingsEdit

Atlantic Division
Pos Team GP W L OTL ROW GF GA GD Pts
1 z – Pittsburgh Penguins 48 36 12 0 33 165 119 +46 72
2 x – New York Rangers 48 26 18 4 22 130 112 +18 56
3 x – New York Islanders 48 24 17 7 20 139 139 0 55
4 Philadelphia Flyers 48 23 22 3 22 133 141 −8 49
5 New Jersey Devils 48 19 19 10 17 112 129 −17 48
Source: National Hockey League
x – Clinched playoff spot; z – Clinched conference.


Eastern Conference
Pos Div Team GP W L OTL ROW GF GA GD Pts
1 AT z – Pittsburgh Penguins 48 36 12 0 33 165 119 +46 72
2 NE y – Montreal Canadiens 48 29 14 5 26 149 126 +23 63
3 SE y – Washington Capitals 48 27 18 3 24 149 130 +19 57
4 NE x – Boston Bruins 48 28 14 6 24 131 109 +22 62
5 NE x – Toronto Maple Leafs 48 26 17 5 26 145 133 +12 57
6 AT x – New York Rangers 48 26 18 4 22 130 112 +18 56
7 NE x – Ottawa Senators 48 25 17 6 21 116 104 +12 56
8 AT x – New York Islanders 48 24 17 7 20 139 139 0 55
9 SE Winnipeg Jets 48 24 21 3 22 128 144 −16 51
10 AT Philadelphia Flyers 48 23 22 3 22 133 141 −8 49
11 AT New Jersey Devils 48 19 19 10 17 112 129 −17 48
12 NE Buffalo Sabres 48 21 21 6 14 115 143 −28 48
13 SE Carolina Hurricanes 48 19 25 4 18 128 160 −32 42
14 SE Tampa Bay Lightning 48 18 26 4 17 148 150 −2 40
15 SE Florida Panthers 48 15 27 6 12 112 171 −59 36
Source: National Hockey League
x – Clinched playoff spot; y – Clinched division; z – Clinched conference.


Schedule and resultsEdit

Regular seasonEdit

2012–13 regular season[15]

Legend:   Win (2 points)   Loss (0 points)   Overtime/shootout loss (1 point)

Player statisticsEdit

ScoringEdit

  • Position abbreviations: C = Center; D = Defense; G = Goaltender; LW = Left Wing; RW = Right Wing
  •   = Joined team via a transaction (e.g., trade, waivers, signing) during the season. Stats reflect time with the Flyers only.
  •   = Left team via a transaction (e.g., trade, waivers, release) during the season. Stats reflect time with the Flyers only.
Regular season
No. Player Age Pos GP G A Pts +/- PIM
28 Claude Giroux 25 C 48 13 35 48 −7 22
93 Jakub Voracek 23 RW 48 22 24 46 −7 35
17 Wayne Simmonds 24 RW 45 15 17 32 −7 82
44 Kimmo Timonen 37 D 45 5 24 29 3 36
10 Brayden Schenn 21 C 47 8 18 26 −8 24
24 Matt Read 26 RW 42 11 13 24 1 2
48 Danny Briere 35 C 34 6 10 16 −13 10
14 Sean Couturier 20 C 46 4 11 14 −8 10
26 Ruslan Fedotenko 34 LW 47 4 9 13 8 12
19 Scott Hartnell 30 LW 32 8 3 11 −5 70
12 Simon Gagne  32 LW 27 5 6 11 −3 6
22 Luke Schenn 23 D 47 3 8 11 3 34
25 Maxime Talbot 28 C 35 5 5 10 2 23
9 Mike Knuble 40 RW 28 4 4 8 −4 20
29 Erik Gustafsson 24 D 27 3 5 8 −1 2
27 Bruno Gervais 28 D 37 1 5 6 −17 10
36 Zac Rinaldo 22 C 32 3 2 5 −7 85
15 Tye McGinn 22 LW 18 3 2 5 0 19
5 Braydon Coburn 27 D 33 1 4 5 −10 41
3 Kurtis Foster 31 D 23 1 4 5 0 25
8 Nicklas Grossmann 28 D 30 1 3 4 −1 21
38 Oliver Lauridsen 23 D 15 2 1 3 0 34
30 Ilya Bryzgalov 32 G 40 0 3 3 N/A 0
32 Tom Sestito  25 LW 7 2 0 2 1 12
41 Andrej Meszaros 27 D 11 0 2 2 −9 2
32 Brandon Manning 22 D 6 0 2 2 4 0
37 Jay Rosehill  27 LW 11 1 0 1 −4 64
42 Jason Akeson 22 RW 1 1 0 1 1 2
23 Kent Huskins  33 D 8 0 1 1 0 0
37 Harry Zolnierczyk  25 LW 7 0 1 1 0 36
35 Steve Mason  24 G 7 0 1 1 N/A 0
18 Adam Hall  32 RW 11 0 0 0 −1 0
21 Scott Laughton 18 C 5 0 0 0 0 0
11 Eric Wellwood 22 LW 4 0 0 0 0 0
6 Andreas Lilja 37 D 4 0 0 0 −1 0
33 Brian Boucher 36 G 4 0 0 0 N/A 0
34 Matt Konan 21 D 2 0 0 0 0 0
45 Jody Shelley 36 LW 1 0 0 0 0 0
49 Michael Leighton  31 G 1 0 0 0 N/A 0

GoaltendingEdit

  •   = Joined team via a transaction (e.g., trade, waivers, signing) during the season. Stats reflect time with the Flyers only.
  •   = Left team via a transaction (e.g., trade, waivers, release) during the season. Stats reflect time with the Flyers only.
Regular season
No. Player Age GP GS W L OT SA GA GAA SV% SO TOI
30 Ilya Bryzgalov 32 40 40 19 17 3 1066 107 2.79 .900 1 2,297:45
35 Steve Mason  24 7 6 4 2 0 215 12 1.90 .944 0 378:04
33 Brian Boucher 36 4 1 0 2 0 55 6 2.50 .891 0 144:01
49 Michael Leighton  31 1 1 1 0 0 26 5 5.07 .808 0 59:08

Awards and recordsEdit

AwardsEdit

Type Award/honor Recipient Ref
League (in-season) NHL First Star of the Week Jakub Voracek (February 25) [16]
Team Barry Ashbee Trophy Kimmo Timonen [17]
Bobby Clarke Trophy Jakub Voracek [17]
Gene Hart Memorial Award Zac Rinaldo [17]
Pelle Lindbergh Memorial Trophy Jakub Voracek [17]
Toyota Cup Claude Giroux [17]
Yanick Dupre Memorial Class Guy Award Scott Hartnell [17]

RecordsEdit

TeamEdit

Franchise team records set during the 2012–13 season
Record Type Total Date(s) Opponent Player(s) Refs
Fastest two goals Game 0:07[b] 4/23/2013 Boston Bruins Matt Read [18]
Oliver Lauridsen

MilestonesEdit

Suspensions and finesEdit

Player Explanation Length Salary Date issued
Brayden Schenn Charging New Jersey Devils defenseman Anton Volchenkov during NHL Game No. 30 in New Jersey on Tuesday, January 22, 2013, at 12:37 of the second period 1 game $4,702.70 January 23, 2013[19]
Harry Zolnierczyk Charging Ottawa Senators defenseman Mike Lundin during NHL Game No. 302 in Philadelphia on Saturday, March 2, 2013, at 9:13 of the first period 4 games $12,972.96 March 3, 2013[20]

TransactionsEdit

The Flyers were involved in the following transactions from June 12, 2012, the day after the deciding game of the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals, through June 24, 2013, the day of the deciding game of the 2013 Stanley Cup Finals.[21]

TradesEdit

Date Details Ref
June 22, 2012 To Columbus Blue Jackets
Sergei Bobrovsky
To Philadelphia Flyers
2nd-round pick in 2012
4th-round pick in 2012
4th-round pick in 2013
[2]
June 23, 2012 To Toronto Maple Leafs
James van Riemsdyk
To Philadelphia Flyers
Luke Schenn
[4]
January 13, 2013 To Carolina Hurricanes
Luke Pither
To Philadelphia Flyers
Brian Boucher
Mark Alt
[22]
February 25, 2013 To Calgary Flames
Mike Testwuide
To Philadelphia Flyers
Mitch Wahl
[23]
February 26, 2013 To Los Angeles Kings
Conditional 4th-round pick in 2013[c]
To Philadelphia Flyers
Simon Gagne
[24]
March 12, 2013 To Columbus Blue Jackets
Matt Ford
To Philadelphia Flyers
Future considerations
[25]
March 30, 2013 To Detroit Red Wings
Conditional 7th-round pick in 2014[d]
To Philadelphia Flyers
Kent Huskins
[27]
April 1, 2013 To Anaheim Ducks
Harry Zolnierczyk
To Philadelphia Flyers
Jay Rosehill
[28]
April 3, 2013 To Columbus Blue Jackets
Michael Leighton
3rd-round pick in 2015
To Philadelphia Flyers
Steve Mason
[29]
June 12, 2013 To New York Islanders
Shane Harper
4th-round pick in 2014
To Philadelphia Flyers
Mark Streit
[30]

SigningsEdit

Free agencyEdit

The following players were signed by the Flyers via free agency. Two-way contracts are marked with an asterisk (*).

Date Player Previous team (league) Term Ref
July 3, 2012 Cullen Eddy (ELC) Adirondack Phantoms (AHL) 2-year* [31]
July 3, 2012 Danny Syvret St. Louis Blues 2-year* [31]
July 5, 2012 Ruslan Fedotenko New York Rangers 1-year [9]
July 5, 2012 Bruno Gervais Tampa Bay Lightning 2-year [9]
January 13, 2013 Kurtis Foster Minnesota Wild 1-year [32]
January 24, 2013 Mike Knuble Washington Capitals 1-year [33]
March 1, 2013 Brandon Alderson (ELC) Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL) 3-year* [34]
March 21, 2013 Kyle Flanagan (ELC) St. Lawrence University (ECAC) 1-year* [35]
April 11, 2013 Petr Straka (ELC) Baie-Comeau Drakkar (QMJHL) 3-year* [36]
May 31, 2013 Maxim Lamarche (ELC) Baie-Comeau Drakkar (QMJHL) 3-year* [37]
May 31, 2013 Michael Raffl (ELC) Leksands IF (Allsvenskan) 1-year* [37]

InternalEdit

The following players were either re-signed by the Flyers or, in the case of the team's selections in the NHL Entry Draft, signed to entry level contracts. Two-way contracts are marked with an asterisk (*).

Date Player Term Ref
July 1, 2012 Michael Leighton 1-year [3]
July 3, 2012 Mike Testwuide 1-year* [31]
July 9, 2012 Tom Sestito 1-year* [38]
July 12, 2012 Ben Holmstrom 1-year* [39]
July 24, 2012 Harry Zolnierczyk 1-year* [40]
July 26, 2012 Jakub Voracek 4-year [41]
August 8, 2012 Marc-Andre Bourdon 2-year*[e] [42]
August 8, 2012 Scott Laughton (ELC) 3-year* [42]
August 15, 2012 Wayne Simmonds 6-year extension [43]
August 20, 2012 Scott Hartnell 6-year extension [44]
February 7, 2013 Kimmo Timonen 1-year extension [45]
March 1, 2013 Anthony Stolarz (ELC) 3-year* [34]
March 17, 2013 Ben Holmstrom 1-year extension* [46]
April 7, 2013 Mark Alt (ELC) 3-year* [47]
April 8, 2013 Steve Mason 1-year extension [48]
April 17, 2013 Zac Rinaldo 2-year extension [49]
April 17, 2013 Jay Rosehill 2-year extension [49]

WaiversEdit

The Flyers were involved in the following waivers transactions.

Date Player Team Ref
January 25, 2013 Niko Hovinen to Edmonton Oilers [50]
March 1, 2013 Tom Sestito to Vancouver Canucks [51]
April 3, 2013 Adam Hall from Tampa Bay Lightning [52]

DeparturesEdit

The following players left the team via free agency, release, or retirement. Players who were under contract and left the team during the season are marked with an asterisk (*).

Date Player New team (league) Via Ref
June 12, 2012 Ian Laperriere Retirement[f] [53]
July 1, 2012 Oskars Bartulis HC Donbass (KHL)[g] Buyout [54]
July 3, 2012 Jaromir Jagr Dallas Stars Free agency [6]
July 4, 2012 Matt Carle Tampa Bay Lightning Free agency [8]
July 22, 2012 Jason Bacashihua Straubing Tigers (DEL) Free agency [55]
July 22, 2012 Johan Backlund Kärpät (SM-liiga) Free agency [56]
September 16, 2012 Pavel Kubina HC Vítkovice Steel (Czech Extraliga) Free agency [57]
N/A Andrew Rowe Elmira Jackals (ECHL) Free agency [58]
N/A Dan Jancevski Retirement[h] [59]
N/A Blair Betts Retirement[i] [60]
April 6, 2013 Andreas Lilja* Rögle BK (Allsvenskan) Free agency[j] [61]

Draft picksEdit

Philadelphia's picks at the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, which was held at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on June 22–23, 2012.[62][63] The Flyers traded their originally allotted second, third, and sixth-round picks in three different trades.[64]

Round Pick Player Position Nationality Team (league) Notes
1 20 Scott Laughton Center   Canada Oshawa Generals (OHL)
2 45 Anthony Stolarz Goaltender   United States Corpus Christi IceRays (NAHL) [k]
3 78 Shayne Gostisbehere Defense   United States Union College (ECAC) [l]
4 111 Fredric Larsson Defense   Sweden Brynas IF Jr (J20 SuperElit)
4 117 Taylor Leier Left wing   Canada Portland Winterhawks (WHL) [k]
5 141 Reece Willcox Defense   Canada Merritt Centennials (BCHL)
7 201 Valeri Vasilyev Defense   Russia МHC Spartak (MHL)

Farm teamsEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b Giroux was named captain on January 15 to replace Pronger, who had not played since November 2011 due to post-concussion syndrome.
  2. ^ Tied mark set during the 1986–87 and 1988–89 seasons.
  3. ^ The draft pick would become a 3rd-round pick if the Flyers qualified for the 2013 Stanley Cup playoffs; the Flyers did not qualify and the draft pick remained a 4th-round pick.
  4. ^ Detroit would receive the draft pick if the Flyers re-signed Huskins prior to October 1, 2013; the Flyers did not re-sign Huskins and retained the pick.[26]
  5. ^ Second year of the contract is one-way
  6. ^ Laperriere last played during the 2009–10 season.
  7. ^ Bartulis signed with HC Donbass on August 29, 2012.
  8. ^ No official announcement
  9. ^ No official announcement. Betts last played during the 2010–11 season.
  10. ^ Contract begins with the 2013–14 season
  11. ^ a b The Flyers traded Sergei Bobrovsky to the Columbus Blue Jackets for the Ottawa Senators' second-round pick, 45th overall, the Vancouver Canucks' fourth-round pick, 117th overall, and the Blue Jackets' 2013 fourth-round pick on June 22, 2012.[64]
  12. ^ The Florida Panthers' third-round pick (originally San Jose Sharks pick) went to the Philadelphia Flyers as a result of a July 1, 2011 trade that sent Kris Versteeg to the Panthers in exchange for this pick.[64]

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