Last month, the Philadelphia Flyers selected Zayde Wisdom and Tyson Foerster in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft. The first-round pick and fourth-round pick respectively have been displaying their efforts in the OHL before being drafted by the Flyers. Through the 2020-2021 season, both Wisdom and Foerster will return to the OHL to continue play. How […]Read more "New Challenges Need New Solutions for Flyers Development of Foerster and Wisdom"
After diving into the depths of the SHL, we turn our attention to HockeyAllsvenskan. The Flyers have three players from their pool currently competing in the league. Here’s a brief look into their 2020 season so far. Linus Högberg A fifth-round pick by the Flyers back in 2016, Högberg has spent four seasons in the […]Read more "Diving into the Flyers prospect pool: A Swedish sleeper?"
A long-term replacement for Brian Elliott, some production on the wing, and two pairs of teammates? There are plenty of reasons to stay locked in to the SHL this season. Here’s everything you need to know about the Flyers prospects competing so far. Linus Sandin After four years of SHL experience, Linus Sandin was signed […]Read more "Diving into the Flyers prospect pool: How are the SHL Skaters doing?"
The Flyers concluded yesterday’s NHL Draft by picking up Connor McClennon in the sixth-round. While a late-round selection, there is every reason to be more than simply intrigued about McClennon’s skillset. Here is everything you need to know. At 5’8, 157 lbs McLennon plays on the right-wing and spent last year with the Winnipeg Ice […]Read more "Flyers may have a late-round steal in Connor McClennon"
The Flyers entered day two of the NHL Draft without a third-round pick due to last year’s Justin Braun trade. It was important that they made their fourth-round pick count, so they opted to do so by spending some extra capital in order to secure the services of Zayde Wisdom. Trading picks 116 and 147 […]Read more "Flyers rookie Zayde Wisdom is excited to become a ‘Broad street Bully’"
After a lot of speculation, the Flyers have selected defenseman Emil Andrae with their second-round pick. Here’s everything you need to know. At 5’9, 183 lbs, Andrae isn’t the mauling defenseman one would typically associate with the Flyers, but it would be foolish to disregard his talents due to his size. While he may be […]Read more "Instant analysis: Flyers select Emil Andrae with 54th overall pick"
The Flyers made big waves last night in selecting 18-year-old Tyson Foerster with the 23rd overall pick. Here’s everything you need to know about the young center. The player Tyson Foerster spent his time in the OHL with the Barrie Colts where he was predominantly used as a center. He tallied a whopping 80 total […]Read more "Why first-round pick Tyson Foerster is a perfect fit for the Flyers"
It’s the moment we have all been waiting for. The Philadelphia Flyers select Tyson Foerster with the 23rd overall pick in the first round. After the 2020 Stanley Cup playoff performance where the Flyers powerplay was abysmal, Foerster is a welcomed addition to provide a spark on special teams. Last season, Tyson Foerster spent time […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Flyers Select Tyson Foerster In First Round"
The NHL Draft is right around the corner and the Flyers have been linked with a slew of prospects who will be available when they’re on the clock to make their first-round selection at pick 23. Among those most heavily associated with the team is Hendrix Lapierre. Should the Flyers spend their first-round pick on […]Read more "Should the Flyers take a shot on another Center in the first-round?"
We’re less than a week away from the 2020 NHL Draft! The landscape of many teams across the league will change as players will effectively be on the trading block, blockbuster trades will take place, and future superstars will be hand-selected by their new franchise. One team that’s among discussion of a potential draft-day move […]Read more "Philadelphia Flyers 2020 NHL Mock Draft 3.0: No Trades, Just Picks"