Flyers general manager Ron Hextall is expected to announce Wednesday whether Craig Berube will remain as his head coach.

Berube has another year left on his contract, but a disappointing season has the coach on the hot seat. The Flyers went 33-31-18, finished sixth in the eight-team Metropolitan Division, and missed the playoffs.

Several Flyers offered support for Berube as they cleaned out their lockers Monday at the team's Voorhees practice facility.

Berube, 49, said he is not concerned about rumors that he will be replaced. "I'm just going about my business, meetings and things that have to be cleaned up at the end of the year," he said Monday.

The rumblings, he said, do not affect him. "What bothers me is not making the playoffs and the season we had. We all expected more."

The Flyers lost five of their first six games this season and never fully recovered. They had a 10-20-11 road record and overall won just 15 of 43 one-goal games.

Last season, Berube replaced Peter Laviolette, who was fired after the Flyers lost their first three games. The Flyers went 42-27-10 the rest of the way and took the New York Rangers, a team that reached the Stanley Cup Finals, to seven games in the opening playoff round.

In his two seasons, Berube has a 75-58-28 record.