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Throughout his eight-year tenure as Flyers GM, Paul Holmgren was responsible for 64 trades and dozens of free agent acquisitions and draft choices. Some flew under the radar and are forgotten, some could have used an "undo" button and some are among great deals in Flyers history. This week's Flyers Five looks at five moves that defined the Paul Holmgren era of Flyers hockey.
Honorable Mention: Braydon Coburn
5. June 23, 2012: Luke Schenn acquired: The James van Riemsdyk-Luke Schenn trade was initially maligned by both Flyers and Maple Leafs fans, mainly because it was just those two players straight-up with no picks involved. It was a case of two top-five draft picks being swapped, and in Schenn's case, a change of scenery and chance to leave Toronto's fishbowl environment, which applied immense pressure that he couldn't live up to. The move paid dividends for the Maple Leafs, as 'JvR' helped return them to the playoffs in 2013 for the first time...