NHL Rumors: 2 Philadelphia Flyers Who Won't Be Traded

While a lot of the talk on trade deadline is surrounded around who is going where, let's take a look at two players who are staying put with their current team. The Philadelphia Flyers are not expected to move defensemen Ivan Provorov and Travis Sanheim before the 3pm deadline on Monday.

The news comes after the Flyers have already dealt captain Claude Giroux to the Florida Panthers over the weekend and veteran defenseman Justin Braun to the New York Rangers, in a deadline deal earlier on Monday.  The Flyers received back several draft picks and top prospect Owen Tippett in previous returns and appear to be set for a re-tool and not a full rebuild.

As for Provorov, he's signed for three more seasons at $6.75 million and he's recorded 20 points in 59 games so far this season. The 25-year-old former first-round pick does not hold any trade protection. Sanheim on the other hand makes a little bit less at $4.67 million and is signed through the 2022-23 season. So far in 60 games this season, the 25-year-old towering blueliner has tallied 23 points and is on pace to challenge his career high of 35 points from the 2018-19 season.

Look for the Flyers to continue talking trade on several of their other players, including veteran netminder Martin Jones and veteran forward Derick Brassard.

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