Baskow’s Seven Round 2019 Flyers Mock Draft 1.0: A New Era

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Round 4: (Pick 103) RHD, Cole Moberg

Talk about a guy that was under the radar in the WHL, heading into the 2018-19 season. Moberg needed a big year in a big way, and boy did he ever deliver.

The Prince George Cougar product, Moberg is an Offensively skilled player that makes everyone on the ice better. Moberg has great vision of the ice, and has the ability to skate with the best of them. He is gifted Defensively but can lead the plays up the ice, as well. Moberg loves to join the rush, as he can transition out of the Defensive Zone with the best of them.

Moberg changes gears quickly and will outmaneuver Defensemen and Forwards alike. For the 2018-19 season, he potted 13 goals, and 27 assists for a total of 40 points in 61 games played. Simply put, Moberg does it all. Is he possibly the next Sami Kapanen for the orange and black???? Well, one can only hope,“I can play Forward, I haven’t played Forward in a while, but I will if a team needs help I’m sure I can figure it out.”

Round 6: (Pick 165) C, Kyle Topping

This dazzling playmaker in Topping was asked to take on a bigger role during his third season with the Kelowna Rockets. Well, Topping did just that en route to a career season.

Fresh off of going through the 2018 NHL Draft undrafted, to a tryout in September with the San Jose Sharks. Topping was everything and then some for the Rockets this past season.

Topping finished first on the team in scoring by amassing 23 goals, and 46 assists for a total of 69 points in 68 games played. He is a quick skater with great vision of the ice. He would be hard for Fletcher to pass up at this point in the draft. Topping has some characteristics that fans may enjoy,Expect a 200-foot player that can create scoring for my teammates and myself. A good reliable Centerman,” Topping stated to me in 2018.

Round 6: (Pick 169) LW, Samuel Fagemo

Fagemo is a fast skating winger, who appears to be a natural goal scorer. He learned a lot while playing for Frolunda in one of the hardest leagues in the world the SHL in 2018-19. For the season, Fagemo registered a career high 14 goals, and 11 assists for a total of 25 points in 42 games played.

This young prospect in Fagemo went undrafted in 2018. He can skate, has good hands, and his playmaking abilities rank off the charts. This young prospect will need time to grow to finish some plays, but as time goes along he could really develop into a hidden gem for the Flyers.

Round 7: (Pick 196) C, Mason Primeau

The Flyers missed out on drafting a Primeau last year, while trading one of their 7th round picks to the Montreal Canadiens, to which in turn the Canadiens drafted a young promising netminder in Cayden Primeau. However, the Flyers will not make the same mistake twice.

For the 2018-19 season, Mason Primeau registered 10 goals, and 16 assists for a total of 26 points in 49 games played for North Bay Battalion. He was traded to the Battalion on November 15, 2018 from the Guelph Storm. Primeau is a beast as he stands at 6’5,” and weighs 203 pounds. He would provide size down the middle or on the wing, and Primeau isn’t afraid to drop his gloves for his teammates either. Primeau has the billing to be a draft day steal for the orange and black.

Round 7: (Pick 201) G, Cole Brady

Brady is a tall, lumberjack goaltender, as he stands at 6’5.” He appeared in 43 games for the Janesville Jets, while registering a 2.79 GAA, and a .912 Save Percentage.

The young prospect in Brady looked far more composed in net from the start of the year in 2018-19. Brady has a lot of size in net, and has the ability to cut off the angles well. He can improve his rebound control, and his ability to steal a game. Brady has the ability to be a draft day steal for the orange and black. The Flyers have no need to rush his development with the likes of young promising netminders in Felix Sandstrom, Kirill Ustimenko, and Samuel Ersson waiting in the wings.


This mock draft does not contain trades, but I would not be surprised by any means if Fletcher uses the 11th pick as trade bait.