The Flyers are inches away from entering the seller's market and their next two games will determine how many players they trade away, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Flyers GM Ron Hextall confirmed that "we're not buying" and according to the paper, their five pending unrestricted free agents are available for draft picks and prospects.
"We'll be making calls and getting calls, and we'll see what's out there and see where we're at as a team in the standings and make the appropriate moves," Hextall told the Inquirer.
Flyers defensemen Mark Streit, Michael Del Zotto, and Nick Schultz, and goalies Steve Mason and Michal Neuvirth are all set to become UFAs July 1 and are all up for grabs.
Several teams are in the market for defensive helps, while a handful of teams are interested in adding a reliable goalie as insurance for the playoff push.
Various reports have linked the Edmonton Oilers and San Jose Sharks to both Mason and Neuvirth, though Neuvirth's $1.625 million salary cap hit is much more appealing that that of Mason's $4.1 million hit.