The Philadelphia Flyers keep changing their blue line.
After joining Rasmus Ristolainen and Ryan Ellis through the trade, the team will join offensive defender Keith Yandle.
According to reports, according to Elliott Friedman, he has agreed to a one-year contract worth $900,000.
Jandel played 922 consecutive games on active duty, second only to 964 games from 1975 to 1987, and ranked second in NHL history. One of the keys to his new contract is that he will go to a team that understands his desire to play.
It’s not necessarily about money, but about working with a coach who knows how important his time on the ice is.
He will return to play under Allain Vigneault and hope to break the record in the 43rd game against the Detroit Red Wings this season.