Bill Guerin Released by Flyers
In 78 games last season -- most of which were played on a line centered by Sidney Crosby -- Guerin scored 21 goals to go with 24 assists.
Since entering the league in 1991, Guerin has spent time with eight different teams (not including his preseason tryout with the Flyers) and scored 429 goals in over 1,200 games. He was also a member of two Stanley Cup winning teams, winning it once with the New Jersey Devils in 1995, and also with the Penguins after being acquired at the trade deadline during the 2008-09 season.
It's possible that he could still be a useful player in the right role. He's simply not a player that can be relied on for all 82 games as a top-line player. But in a complimentary role that would allow him to be a healthy scratch from time to tome, getting a few nights off here and there, and get some time on the power play, he could still be a nice veteran addition to a contending team, assuming he decides to keep playing and is able to sign on with another club.