It won’t be until tomorrow, when general manager Paul Holmgren will be available to the media, that the specific offers made by the Flyers to their restricted free agents will come to light. But according to an e-mail Holmgren sent out on Monday, no one was left out.
“Qualifying offers to all of our RFA’s were sent out some time ago,” Holmgren told CSNPhilly.com.
Topping the RFA list is defenseman Braydon Coburn and forwards Dan Carcillo and Darroll Powe, with Coburn’s deal being the most curious. The 25-year old blue liner made $1.3 million last season and despite a three-year dip in production — could see his salary more than double.
Carcillo, 25, made .900k last season and could see a small bump to around $1.5.
Among the others eligible for a new deal are goaltenders Michael Teslak and Jeremy Duchesne, followed by forwards Rob Bellamy, Matt Clackson, David Laliberte and Josh Beaulieu.