Dan Cleary has left Detroit.
After eight seasons with the Detroit Red Wings, the free agent Cleary is headed to the city of Brotherly Love.
The Detroit Free Press is reporting that Cleary has signed a three-year deal worth $8.25 million with the Philadelphia Flyers.
Cleary was expected to join the Red Wings in their informal skates leading up to training camp
and will possibly receive a professional-tryout invitation to camp, according to the Freep.
Cleary, 34, entered the NHL in the 1997-98 season with the Chicago Blackhawks before joining the the Edmonton Oilers for four seasons from 1999-2000 through 2002-2003.
Cleary spent one season with Phoenix before joining the Red Wings for the 2005-06 season.
Cleary's most productive season came with the Red Wings in 2007-08 when he ended the season at +21.
Cleary ended last season at -6.