It appears depth is now the name of the game for Paul Holmgren's team construction.
The Flyers have re-signed forward Adam Hall to a one-year extension worth $600,000.
Hall came to the Flyers as a result of a waiver wire pickup on April 3 from the Tampa Bay Lightning. He played for both the Carolina Hurricanes and the Lightning before becoming a Flyer. Hall played 11 games for the Flyers.
The Flyers have signed defenseman Mark Streit to a four-year contract according to TSN's Darren Dreger.
The deal is said to be worth $21 million, an AAV of $5.25 million. The deal also includes a partial no-trade clause, meaning Streit can submit a list of teams he would want to be traded to.
The Flyers acquired the rights to Streit last week for a 2014 4th round pick and Phantoms forward Shane Harper. Streit, 35, was going to be an unrestricted free agent come July 5 if the Flyers couldn't reach an agreement with him.
The Flyers have signed free agent defenseman Kurtis Foster.
Yesterday, it was reported they were nearing a deal with the 31-year-old blue liner, who is coming fresh off a broken collar bone. Today, it was made official with him signing a one-year, $950,000 deal.
The Dallas Stars lost a pretty critical piece in Mike Ribeiro last week, but they found another magical playmaker in the process to replace him. According to TSN's Aaron Ward, the Stars signed 40-year-old Ray Whitney to a two year deal worth $9 million total.
Whitney played with the Phoenix Coyotes last season, playing a significant role on their run to the Conference Final by scoring 77 points during the regular season and seven points in the playoffs.
Whitney, a left winger drafted in 1991, has been a consistent point producer and a bit of a floater in his NHL career. This will be his eighth stop in the NHL, formerly playing in San Jose, Florida, Columbus, Edmonton, Detr...