Although he never again approached the stature in Philadelphia, Schultz went on to play for the Kings, Pittsburgh Penguins and Buffao Sabres in a 535-game NHL career (2,294 career penalty minutes). His most notable post-Flyers season came with the Penguins after being traded from the Kings early in the 1977-78 season. That year, Schultz posted a combined 11 goals, 36 points and 405 penalty minutes in 74 games.
Following his playing days, Schultz made his permanent home in the Delaware Valley. He remained a very popular figure at Flyers games and at Flyers Alumni games and events.
Schultz's older brother, the late Ray Schultz, also played for several years in the Flyers' organization at the minor league level. After a stint with the AHL's Richmond Robins, he suited up for the Lockhart Cup winning 1975-76 Philadelphia Firebirds of the North American Hockey League. A defenseman, Ray Schultz spent three seasons with the Firebirds. He was 46 and lived in Langhorne, Bucks County at the time of his September 1994 passing after a battle with cancer.