The Flyers have been trying to get Giroux locked up to a long-term extension, but the two sides remain in ongoing dialogue.
Giroux, who is set to earn $5 million next season, though his annual salary cap hit is $3.75 million, is believed to be looking for an eight-year extension worth north of $7 million per season.
According to a source close to negotiations, Giroux is hopeful a deal will get ironed by before July 5, the first day in which he can sign an extension.
The native of Hearst, Ontario, has played in 333 career NHL regular-season games and has accumulated 91 goals and 200 assists for 291 points, a plus-18 rating and 135 penalty minutes.
Giroux was originally drafted 22nd overall by the Flyers in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft.