In a move reported early Saturday morning, the Flyers obtained goaltender Cam Talbot from the Edmonton Oilers for goalie Anthony Stolarz.
Talbot, who turns 32 in June, can turn into an unhindered free assistant on July 1. He is viewed as a guide to Flyers rookie goalie Carter Hart. The two worked out together in Edmonton amid the summer.
This season Talbot has showed up in 31 games, making 29 begins. He is 10-15-3 with a 3.36 goals against average and .893 save percentage.
Talbot started his profession with the New York Rangers and after two seasons he was acquired by the Oilers in return for three draft singles out June 27, 2015.
In 284 career NHL games, Talbot has a record of 137-110-24 with a 2.59 goals against average and a .915 spare rate.
Talbot drove the NHL in game played two straight season, with 73 out of 2016-17 and 67 of every 2017-18.
In 12 games this season, (10 begins) Stolarz, 25, is 4-3-3 with a 3.33 goals against normal and .902 spare rate. He played in the Flyers latest game, a 5-4 win on Tuesday in Minnesota against the Wild, making 35 saves.
Stolarz was the Flyers second round selection (45th generally speaking) in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft.
In 19 career games with the Flyers (14 begins), Stolarz was 6-4-4 with a 2.86 goal against average and .911 spare rate.