Over the past few years, the Philadelphia Flyers are used to having a plethora of prospects at the World Junior Championships. This year, the number is a little less overwhelming; however, the quality of players that are attending is strong. All four Flyers prospects, Cam York, Bobby Brink, Yegor Zamula, and Adam Ginning, should make […]Read more "2020 World Junior Championships: Expectations for Each Flyers Prospect"
The Holidays are almost upon us. For those in the hockey prospect world, that means one thing. The 2020 World Junior Championships are around the corner. The 44th edition of the tournament begins on December 26th in the Czech Republic and runs through January 5th. This marks the fourth time the Czech Republic will host […]Read more "2020 World Junior Championships: Four Flyers Make Preliminary Rosters"
As the first quarter of the Flyers’ season and the first third of the NCAA ice hockey season has concluded, let’s check in on how the 2019 Flyers draft picks are fairing for their respective teams. The Draft Back in June, teams around the NHL gathered to draft their futures. The Flyers opened up their […]Read more "The 2019 NHL draft: Checking in on the Flyers Recent Draft Picks"
As another hockey season approaches, the Philadelphia Flyers still find themselves among the top five farm systems in the NHL. Though a handful of quality young players will jump to the pro’s this season, there is still plenty of promise spread throughout the NCAA, various Junior leagues, and Europe. Over the next few weeks, we […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Preview: NCAA"
Round 1 [#14 overall 2019 NHL Entry Draft] Cam York Style of Play: Fast, agile, poised puck handler who can play in all situations. A potential future top pairing defenseman. Defense | Left Handed Born: Jan 5 2001 | Anaheim Hills, CA (18 years old) Height: 5.11 | Weight: 175 Season Team Lge GP G […]Read more "The Flyers Narrative: Scouting Cam York, Bobby Brink, & Ronnie Attard"
The 2019 NHL Draft is now a thing of the past. However, there are now some new faces within Philadelphia’s farm system. In this edition of “Flyers Prospects Mailbag,” we discuss where some of these new prospects fit into the rankings. Additionally, we touch on one of the more intriguing new names in the prospect […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: New Prospects Alter Rankings"
Heading into the 2019 NHL Draft weekend, there was a cloud of uncertainty hovering over the Philadelphia Flyers. How was Chuck Fletcher going to fare choosing the next crop of young talent? Is he going to use the picks, or trade them to get better now? We found that answer out about an hour into […]Read more "Flyers Draft Plan: Boom or Bust"
There’s no denying that the Philadelphia Flyers and General Manager, Chuck Fletcher, brought a fair share of drama to the first round of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. Originally, owners of the 11th-overall pick, the Flyers engaged in a trade with Arizona, sending that pick to the Coyotes for the 14th and 45th-overall pick. Initially, […]Read more "Cam York Provides Instant Upgrade to Flyers Blueline Prospect Pool"
It was a scene of happiness as Cole Caulfield was still on the board, but out came Commissioner Gary Bettman to announce a trade, “The Philadelphia Flyers have traded the 11th pick to the Arizona Coyotes, for the 14th pick and the 45th pick of this year’s draft.” You could hear a pin drop, it […]Read more "Hello Philadelphia: Flyers Draft Cam York With The 14th Pick After A Trade"