Could Billy G be heading across the state?
Right now it looks like he's just skating with the Flyers, but it could definitely lead to something more.
According to CapGeek.com, the Flyers have $877,737 in cap space. Will Guerin take a big paycut to play in Philly? Will the Flyers shed some salary in order to fit him on the team? Will Pens fans be able to handle seeing him in black and orange if he makes the move?
The season opener is looking more and more interesting every day.
“Philadelphia is a great organization,” said Guerin, wearing a Flyer T-shirt after his workout. “I’m still looking to play. We’ll see what happens..."
“Sid and I have a good relationship,” Guerin said. “We’re good buddies. As much as I helped him, he helped me. For a while there, I felt like was dying a bit. He kinda put some life back into me. He pushed me in practice, pushed me in games. We got a good relationship.”
Which is why it stunned Guerin even more not to re-sign.
“Yeah, I am disappointed,” Guerin said. “It’s tough. But that is the business ... I haven’t really commented on it yet. I don’t plan to comment for a while. But I enjoyed my time there. It’s tough on the family because it’s late.”