2012–13 Philadelphia Flyers season

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2012–13 Philadelphia Flyers
Division 4th Atlantic
Conference 10th Eastern
2012–13 record 23–22–3
Home record 15–7–2
Road record 8–15–1
Goals for 133
Goals against 141
Team information
General Manager Paul Holmgren
Coach Peter Laviolette
Captain Claude Giroux
Alternate captains Danny Briere
Scott Hartnell
Kimmo Timonen
Arena Wells Fargo Center
Average attendance 19,786 (101.3%)[1]
Minor league affiliations Adirondack Phantoms (AHL)[2]
Trenton Titans (ECHL)[3]
Team leaders
Goals Jakub Voracek (22)
Assists Claude Giroux (35)
Points Claude Giroux (48)
Penalties in minutes Zac Rinaldo (85)
Plus/minus Ruslan Fedotenko (8)
Wins Ilya Bryzgalov (19)
Goals against average Steve Mason (1.90)
<2011–12 2013–14>

The 2012–13 Philadelphia Flyers season was the Flyers' 46th season in the National Hockey League. The regular season was reduced from its usual 82 games to 48 due to a lockout. The Flyers missed the playoffs for the first time since 2007.

Off-season[edit]

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.[4] 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.[5] 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.[6] 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.[7] The Flyers had reportedly offered Parise a contract worth a total of $110 million.[7] 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.[8] 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.[9] Carle signed a six-year contract worth $33 million with the Tampa Bay Lightning on July 4.[10] 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 contract worth $1.65 million.[11]

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.[12] 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.[13] Had the Predators declined to match, they would have received the Flyers' next four first-round draft picks as compensation.[12]

In the weeks leading up to the 2012–13 NHL 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.

Regular season[edit]

The Flyers started the season 0–3–0, the franchise's worst season start in 17 years.[14]

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.[15]

Standings[edit]

Atlantic Division[16]
GP W L OTL ROW GF GA Pts
1 z – Pittsburgh Penguins 48 36 12 0 33 165 119 72
2 New York Rangers 48 26 18 4 22 130 112 56
3 New York Islanders 48 24 17 7 20 139 139 55
4 Philadelphia Flyers 48 23 22 3 22 133 141 49
5 New Jersey Devils 48 19 19 10 17 112 129 48
Eastern Conference[17]
R Div GP W L OTL ROW GF GA Pts
1 z – Pittsburgh Penguins AT 48 36 12 0 33 165 119 72
2 y – Montreal Canadiens NE 48 29 14 5 26 149 126 63
3 y – Washington Capitals SE 48 27 18 3 24 149 130 57
4 Boston Bruins NE 48 28 14 6 24 131 109 62
5 Toronto Maple Leafs NE 48 26 17 5 26 145 133 57
6 New York Rangers AT 48 26 18 4 22 130 112 56
7 Ottawa Senators NE 48 25 17 6 21 116 104 56
8 New York Islanders AT 48 24 17 7 20 139 139 55
9 Winnipeg Jets SE 48 24 21 3 22 128 144 51
10 Philadelphia Flyers AT 48 23 22 3 22 133 141 49
11 New Jersey Devils AT 48 19 19 10 17 112 129 48
12 Buffalo Sabres NE 48 21 21 6 14 125 143 48
13 Carolina Hurricanes SE 48 19 25 4 18 128 160 42
14 Tampa Bay Lightning SE 48 18 26 4 17 148 150 40
15 Florida Panthers SE 48 15 27 6 12 112 171 36

Divisions: AT – Atlantic, NE – Northeast, SE – Southeast

bold – Qualified for playoffs, y – Won division, z – Won best record in conference


Schedule and results[edit]

Regular season[edit]

2012–13 regular season[18]

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

Player statistics[edit]

Skaters
Goaltenders
Regular Season[19]
Player GP GS TOI W L OT GA GAA SA SV% SO
Bryzgalov, IlyaIlya Bryzgalov 40 40 2297:45 19 17 3 107 2.79 1066 .900 1
Mason, SteveSteve Mason 7 6 378:04 4 2 0 12 1.90 215 .944 0
Boucher, BrianBrian Boucher 4 1 144:01 0 2 0 6 2.50 55 .891 0
Leighton, MichaelMichael Leighton 1 1 59:08 0 1 0 5 5.08 26 .808 0

Denotes player spent time with another team before joining the Flyers. Stats reflect time with the Flyers only.
Traded mid-season
Bold/italics denotes franchise record

Awards and records[edit]

Awards[edit]

League awards and honors
Award or honor Recipient
NHL First Star of the Week Jakub Voracek (February 25)[20]
Team awards
Award Recipient
Barry Ashbee Trophy Kimmo Timonen
Bobby Clarke Trophy Jakub Voracek
Gene Hart Memorial Award Zac Rinaldo
Pelle Lindbergh Memorial Trophy Jakub Voracek
Toyota Cup Claude Giroux
Yanick Dupre Memorial Class Guy Award Scott Hartnell

Milestones[edit]

Transactions[edit]

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]

Trades[edit]

Date
Details
June 22, 2012[4] To Columbus Blue Jackets
Sergei Bobrovsky
To Philadelphia Flyers
Ottawa's 2nd-round pick in 2012
Vancouver's 4th-round pick in 2012
Phoenix's 4th-round pick in 2013
June 23, 2012[6] To Toronto Maple Leafs
James van Riemsdyk
To Philadelphia Flyers
Luke Schenn
January 13, 2013[22] To Carolina Hurricanes
Luke Pither
To Philadelphia Flyers
Brian Boucher
rights to Mark Alt
February 25, 2013[23] To Calgary Flames
Mike Testwuide
To Philadelphia Flyers
Mitch Wahl
February 26, 2013[24] To Los Angeles Kings
conditional 4th-round pick in 2013[a]
To Philadelphia Flyers
Simon Gagne
March 12, 2013[25] To Columbus Blue Jackets
Matt Ford
To Philadelphia Flyers
future considerations
March 30, 2013[26] To Detroit Red Wings
conditional 7th-round pick in 2014[b]
To Philadelphia Flyers
Kent Huskins
April 1, 2013[27] To Anaheim Ducks
Harry Zolnierczyk
To Philadelphia Flyers
Jay Rosehill
April 3, 2013[28] To Columbus Blue Jackets
Michael Leighton
3rd-round pick in 2015
To Philadelphia Flyers
Steve Mason
June 12, 2013[29] To New York Islanders
Shane Harper
4th-round pick in 2014
To Philadelphia Flyers
Mark Streit
Trade notes
  • a 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.
  • b 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.[30]

Signings[edit]

Free agency[edit]

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

Date Player Previous team (league) Contract details
July 3, 2012[31] Danny Syvret St. Louis Blues 2 years, $1.175 million*
July 5, 2012[11] Ruslan Fedotenko New York Rangers 1 year, $1.75 million
July 5, 2012[11] Bruno Gervais Tampa Bay Lightning 2 years, $1.65 million
January 13, 2013[32] Kurtis Foster Minnesota Wild 1 year, $950,000
January 24, 2013[33] Mike Knuble Washington Capitals 1 year, $750,000

Offer sheets[edit]

The Flyers signed the following restricted free agents to offer sheets.

Date Player Team Contract details Result
July 19, 2012[12] Shea Weber Nashville Predators 14 years, $110 million Matched[13]

Re-signed[edit]

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

Date Player Contract details Notes
July 1, 2012[5] Michael Leighton 1 year, $900,000
July 3, 2012[31] Mike Testwuide 1 year, $525,000*
July 9, 2012[34] Tom Sestito 1 year, $600,000*
July 12, 2012[35] Ben Holmstrom 1 year, $550,000*
July 24, 2012[36] Harry Zolnierczyk 1 year, $600,000*
July 26, 2012[37] Jakub Voracek 4 years, $17 million
August 8, 2012[38] Marc-Andre Bourdon 2 years, $1.225 million* Second year of the contract is one-way
August 15, 2012[39] Wayne Simmonds 6 years, $23.85 million extension
August 20, 2012[40] Scott Hartnell 6 years, $28.5 million extension
February 7, 2013[41] Kimmo Timonen 1 year, $6 million extension
March 17, 2013[42] Ben Holmstrom 1 year, $600,000 extension*
April 8, 2013[43] Steve Mason 1 year, $1.5 million extension
April 17, 2013[44] Zac Rinaldo 2 years, $1.5 million extension
April 17, 2013[44] Jay Rosehill 2 years, $1.35 million extension

Entry level contracts[edit]

The following players — Flyers draft picks, undrafted free agents, and the unsigned draft picks of other teams — were signed by the Flyers to entry level contracts.

Date Player Previous team (league) Draft Contract details
July 3, 2012[31] Cullen Eddy Adirondack Phantoms (AHL) Undrafted free agent 2 years, $1.105 million
August 8, 2012[38] Scott Laughton Oshawa Generals (OHL) 2012 1st-round pick 3 years, $2.775 million
March 1, 2013[45] Brandon Alderson Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL) Undrafted free agent 3 years, $2.3 million
March 1, 2013[45] Anthony Stolarz London Knights (OHL) 2012 2nd-round pick 3 years, $2.352 million
March 21, 2013[46] Kyle Flanagan St. Lawrence Saints (ECAC) Undrafted free agent 1 year, $742,500
April 7, 2013[47] Mark Alt Minnesota Golden Gophers (WCHA) 2010 2nd-round pick (Carolina) 3 years, $2.345 million
April 11, 2013[48] Petr Straka Baie-Comeau Drakkar (QMJHL) Unsigned 2010 2nd-round pick (Columbus) 3 years, $2.775 million
May 31, 2013[49] Maxim Lamarche Baie-Comeau Drakkar (QMJHL) Undrafted free agent 3 years, $2.3 million
May 31, 2013[49] Michael Raffl Leksands IF (Allsvenskan) Undrafted free agent 1 year, $792,500

Waivers[edit]

The Flyers were involved in the following waivers transactions.

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

Departures[edit]

The following players — excluding those who were traded or claimed on waivers — left the team during the off-season. Players who were under contract during the season are marked with an asterisk (*).

Date Player New team (league) Via Notes
June 12, 2012[53] Ian Laperriere Retirement Last played during the 2009–10 season
July 1, 2012[54] Oskars Bartulis HC Donbass (KHL) Buyout Signed with HC Donbass on August 29; $100,000 cap hit each of the next two seasons
July 3, 2012[8] Jaromir Jagr Dallas Stars Free agency
July 4, 2012[10] Matt Carle Tampa Bay Lightning Free agency
July 22, 2012[55] Jason Bacashihua Straubing Tigers (DEL) Free agency
July 22, 2012 Johan Backlund Oulun Karpat (SM-liiga) Free agency
September 16, 2012 Pavel Kubina HC Vitkovice Steel (Czech) Free agency
N/A Andrew Rowe Elmira Jackals (ECHL) Free agency
N/A[56] Dan Jancevski Retirement No official announcement
N/A Blair Betts Retirement Last played during the 2010–11 season; no official announcement
April 6, 2013[57] Andreas Lilja* Rogle BK (Allsvenskan) Free agency Contract begins with the 2013–14 season

Draft picks[edit]

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.[58][59]

Players drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers in 2012 and their NHL career regular season statistics (complete through the end of the 2013–14 season)
Round Pick Player Position Nationality Team (league) GP G A Pts PIM W L OT GAA
1 20 Laughton, ScottScott Laughton Center Canada Oshawa Generals (OHL) 5 0 0 0 0 &
&
&
&
2 45[a] Stolarz, AnthonyAnthony Stolarz Goaltender United States Corpus Christi IceRays (NAHL) &
&
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&
&
&
&
&
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3 78[b] Gostisbehere, ShayneShayne Gostisbehere Defense United States Union Dutchmen (ECAC) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
4 111 Larsson, FredrikFredrik Larsson Defense Sweden Brynäs Jr (SWE) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
4 117[a] Leier, TaylorTaylor Leier Left Wing Canada Portland Winterhawks (WHL) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
5 141 Willcox, ReeceReece Willcox Defense Canada Merritt Centennials (BCHL) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
7 201 Vasiliev, ValeriValeri Vasiliev Defense Russia МHC Spartak (RUS) &
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
Draft notes[60]
  • a 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.
  • The Philadelphia Flyers' second-round pick, 50th overall, went to the Tampa Bay Lightning as the result of a July 1, 2010 trade that sent Andrej Meszaros to the Flyers in exchange for this pick.
  • b 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.
  • The Philadelphia Flyers' third-round pick went to the Phoenix Coyotes as the result of a June 7, 2011 trade that traded rights to Ilya Bryzgalov to the Flyers for Matt Clackson, a 2011 conditional third round pick (if Flyers re-sign Bryzgalov before 2011 draft) and this pick.
  • The Philadelphia Flyers' sixth-round pick went to the Los Angeles Kings as the result of an October 12, 2011 trade that sent Stefan Legein and this pick to the Kings for future considerations.

Farm teams[edit]

American Hockey LeagueAdirondack Phantoms[2]
ECHLTrenton Titans[3]

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