The Tampa Bay Lightning placed defenseman Philippe Myers on waivers.
Myers, 25, is a goal and three-pointer averaging 11:33 in 11 games for the Lightning this season. He signed for 2022-23 at a cap of $2.55 million and for 2023-24 at $1.4 million.
The Lightning acquired Myers from the Nashville Predators in July as part of the deal that sent Ryan McDonagh to Tennessee.
An undrafted player, Myers originally signed an entry-level contract with the Philadelphia Flyers in September 2015. He made his NHL debut with the Flyers in 2018-19 and became a regular the following year.
The Flyers traded Myers to the Predators in 2021. The Moncton, NB product lasted just one season in Nashville, scoring one goal and four points while averaging 14:53 in 27 games.
Myers played in 153 career NHL games with Philadelphia, Nashville and Tampa Bay, scoring eight goals and 36 points while averaging 16:35. He played 16 games for the Flyers in the 2020 Bubble Playoffs, recording 20:02 a night and scoring four points.
The Flyers previously placed forward Kieffer Bellows on the waiver wire Thursday; after clearing, the Flyers assigned him to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms of the AHL. Myers was the only player to waive on Friday.