Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher made his depth moves on Day 1 of NHL free agency Monday by signing Andy Andreoff, Andy Welinski, Kurtis Gabriel, Nate Prosser, Tyler Wotherspoon, Jean-Francois Berube, Chris Bigras and Kyle Criscuolo.
Andreoff's contract is a two-year, one-way deal with an average annual value of $750,000. Welinski's is also a one-way deal for just one year, $750,000. For Gabriel (one-year, $700,000 AAV), Prosser (two years, $700,000 AAV), Wotherspoon (two years, $700,000 AAV), Berube (one year, $700,000 AAV), Bigras (two years, $700,000 AAV) and Criscuolo (one year, $700,000 AAV), the deals are two-way contracts.
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The Flyers were not expected to do much Monday given Fletcher's work ahead of free agency, acquring Kevin Hayes, Matt Niskanen, Justin Braun and Tyler Pitlick, while parting ways with Radko Gudas, Andrew MacDonald, Ryan Hartman and David Schlemko (see story).
Travis Konecny, Ivan Provorov, Scott Laughton and Nicolas Aube-Kubel are the Flyers' remaining restricted free agents.
Let's look at each player they acquired Monday:
The 28-year-old forward has played 232 career AHL games and 159 in the NHL. With the AHL's Syracuse Crunch last season, Andreoff scored 55 points (26 goals, 29 assists) and totaled 150 penalty minutes.
His best NHL season came in 2015-16, when he played 60 games for the Kings and scored 10 points.
The 26-year-old defenseman has played 146 career AHL games and will help a young Phantoms team that needed blueliners. Last season, the righty shot played a career-high 26 games for the Ducks.
He was a third-round draft pick by Anaheim in 2011.
Flyers fans probably remember Gabriel - and not too fondly.
While with the Devils last season, the right winger boarded Nolan Patrick and received a one-game suspension. He made for plenty of theatrics against the Flyers.
He was drafted by Fletcher and assistant general manager Brent Flahr back in 2013 while the two were with the Wild. The 26-year-old played a career-high 22 games last season for the Devils and totaled 59 penalty minutes.
The 33-year-old defenseman played under Fletcher from 2009 to 2018. He has appeared in 354 career NHL games, 353 of which have come with the Wild.
Over his 10-year career, Prosser has 47 points (10 goals, 37 assists).
The 26-year-old defenseman owns a career plus-58 in 355 AHL games. The lefty shot was a second-round draft pick of the Flames in 2011.
He hasn't played in the NHL since 2016-17. In 2013-14, he played a career-high 14 games with the Flames.
With Berube, the Flyers added some goaltending depth. The 27-year-old is 9-10-4 with a 3.39 goals-against average and an .898 save percentage in 34 career NHL games.
In 2014-15, he won the Calder Cup with the Manchester Monarchs. During the regular season that year, he won 37 games and put up a 2.18 goals-against average.
The 24-year-old defenseman was a second-round draft pick of the Avalanche in 2012. He had a career year in the AHL last season, scoring 22 points in 52 games with the Hartford Wolf Pack.
The lefty shot has played 46 career NHL games, all with the Avalanche.
The 27-year-old forward is from South Jersey and played at Saint Joseph's Prep in Philadelphia. He had a great college career at Harvard. He also won the 2017 Calder Cup with the Grand Rapids Griffins.
There's a connection to Fletcher, who is a Harvard guy himself.
Awesome story: #Flyers are signing Philly native Kyle Criscuolo to a one-year, two-way contract worth $700k/$200k. He's a @SJPREP kid and Harvard grad who once interned with Chuck Fletcher in the summer.— Frank Seravalli (@frank_seravalli) July 1, 2019
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