The Philadelphia Flyers will not offer goalie Petr Mrazek a qualifying offer on Monday, according to a report from The Hockey News senior writer Ken Campbell.
With no qualifying offer, Mrazek will become an unrestricted free agent free to sign with any team on July 1.
Campbell speculates Mrazek could have a big market at a lower price than his current $4 million cap hit.
Monday is the deadline for teams to offer qualifying offers to their restricted free agents.
Mrazek split last season between the Flyers and Detroit Red Wings after a trade deadline day deal sent him to Philadelphia for conditional third and fourth round draft picks.
Mrazek struggled with the Flyers, posting a .891 save percentage and 3.22 goals-against average in 15 starts. Mrazek's numbers for the full season were better, finishing with a .902 save percentage and 3.03 GAA.
The 26-year-old has played in parts of six seasons in the NHL, compiling a .911 save percentage and 2.66 GAA.