Brent Flahr, the senior vice president of hockey operations for the Wild, has followed his old boss to Philadelphia.

The Flyers, who hired ex-Wild general manager Chuck Fletcher as their new GM on Nov. 3, announced Wednesday that Flahr will be Philadelphia's vice president and assistant GM.

 

 

Flahr (second from right above) was with the Wild for 10 years and ran the team's draft for most of that time. He also was GM of the Iowa Wild from 2015-18 and was the Wild's interim GM between the April firing of Fletcher and May hiring of Paul Fenton.

Fenton kept Flahr, 44, on staff, but some of Flahr's duties were assumed by Tom Kurvers, who became Fenton's top assistant.

Ron Hextall was fired as Flyers GM on Nov. 30, and the team also released Chris Pryor, who was assistant GM and director of player personnel.

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