Pressure is a part of life for most human beings. Whether it results in motivation or one’s demise, it’s hard to ignore the feeling’s presence. Of course, one may place amounts of pressure themselves. However, the outside world drops its fair share on people as well. For athletes, it’s no different. Even for those still […]Read more "Flyers Prospect Watch: Under Pressure"
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: Major Junior & Junior A"
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"
The boring days are almost over. Hockey is starting to reappear and we will be reaching interesting times shortly. This week’s “Flyers Prospects Mailbag” comes with a handful of interesting questions that I really enjoyed answering. Let’s get right to it, shall we? First, I’d liked to mention that there is no guarantee that Morgan […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: Flyers in Five Years"
Ron Hextall made a bold move selecting a high schooler from Thayer Academy in Jay O’Brien with the 19th overall pick at the 2018 NHL Draft, “It was great hearing my name get called by the Flyers organization,” O’Brien said, “I couldn’t wait to get started, and now here we are at my second Developmental […]Read more "Flyers Prospect Jay O’Brien Doesn’t Want Fans To Give Up On Him"
The Flyers are in the midst of a youth infused season. Finally, we are seeing some of the hidden talents that have been stockpiled in various leagues throughout the world, hopefully, make the big club in the Fall. Of course, young players will make their fair share of mistakes. However, they will learn from them, […]Read more "Flyers Prospect Morgan Frost Determined to Improve Physicality"
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"
How good is German Rubtsov? Well, he’s probably the best prospect in the Flyers pool fans are not talking about. However, there’s been a lot more talk about him lately. It’s time to talk about why he’s a serious candidate to make the Flyers in 2019-2020. After a strong start in 2018-19 and an impressive […]Read more "Can German Rubtsov make the Flyers roster one-year removed from season-ending injury?"
This past draft, Chuck Fletcher selected a few players that can be viewed as “boom or bust” prospects. In this edition of “Flyers Prospects Mailbag,” we discuss who the biggest boom or bust prospect is. Additionally, we touch on other fun topics such as Felix Sandstrom and prospects that are running out of time. Let’s […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: Boom or Bust?"
There is a lot of strength at the forward position throughout the Flyers system. With the likes of Joel Farabee, Morgan Frost, German Rubtsov, and NAK looking to crack the lineup for good in the Fall. It may be tough for young prospects like Connor Bunnaman, Pascal Laberge, David Kase, Carsen Twarynski, and Maksim Sushko […]Read more "Flyers Prospect Maksim Sushko “Trying To Get On The Map”"