Garrett Klotz's days with the Philadelphia Flyers organization aren't over just yet.
The 2007 third-round draft pick of the Flyers has signed an AHL contract with the Adirondack Phantoms for the upcoming season. Klotz's signing was one of three the Phantoms announced Wednesday afternoon.
Defenseman Cullen Eddy and forward Andy Bohmbach have also signed with the Phantoms.
The Flyers selected Klotz with the 66th overall pick in 2007. He played the 2008-'09 and '09-'10 seasons with the Phantoms before being shipped to Bloomington of the CHL last season and appearing in just 13 games with Adirondack.
While in Bloomington, Klotz posted 24 points and 129 penalty minutes in 49 games. The 6-foot-5, 235-pound enforcer has 165 penalty minutes and six points in 122 games with the Phantoms.
Eddy played 47 games with the Phantoms as a rookie last season and had three goals and seven assists. He was minus-1.
A University of Wisconsin graduate, Bohmbach had 28 goals and 44 assists with Toledo of the ECHL last season as a rookie.