For this week’s “Flyers Prospects Mailbag”, I challenged all of you to go beyond the popular 3RW debate. While we will still touch on it this time around, we will also chat about some topics new to the segment. Without any further ado, let’s start this party! I have a few. It all depends on […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: The Farabee Slide"
Felix Sandstrom, or should we give him his nickname of “Felix The Cat,” is primed and ready for his journey with the Flyers. Sandstrom was happy, giddy, and carefree at Flyers Developmental Camp about a month ago. The guy is just ecstatic to get his professional career started. His eyes were like a kid at […]Read more "Flyers Prospect Watch: Felix Sandstrom Ready to Show World What He’s Made Of"
In this week’s “Flyers Prospects Mailbag”, we touch on a variety of fun topics. There is a lot of interest in which prospect will fill that third-line wing spot. What if Scott Laughton doesn’t come back? Will a prospect become the fourth-line center? We also dive into which prospects are playing where next season. Without […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: Who’s Playing Where?"
The Philadelphia Flyers motto is to remain patient and let things run their course. This is an uncommon practice in year’s past for the Flyers organization. However, Flyers fans are now beginning to see the transformation of a young team that is stocking up for long-term success. Fans are hoping it pays off within the […]Read more "Joel Farabee Determined to Make Flyers"
A little less than two weeks ago, Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher took to the podium inside of Rogers Arena in Vancouver to announce the 72nd-overall pick of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. At that point, the Flyers had already drafted both a defenseman and a forward. In the first round, they went with defenseman […]Read more "Flyers Prospect Ronnie Attard Striving To Take Big Steps"
The 2019 NHL Entry Draft did not fall short in the area of unexpected occurrences. From prospects taken earlier than expected, such as Moritz Seider and Philip Broberg, to projected first-rounders falling past pick 31. It is safe to say that the way the draft panned out surprised a lot of people. The Philadelphia Flyers […]Read more "Bobby Brink Brings Star Potential to Flyers Farm System"
The Flyers like players with versatility, for instance, centers that can play both center and wing. Mika Cyr is that guy, and he can hit the net with accuracy. Unfortunately, his size, as he stands at 5’9,” is one of the main reasons he has gone undrafted in the past three drafts. Cyr has been […]Read more "Mika Cyr Makes Impression At Flyers Developmental Camp"
If you feel like doing some in-depth research on Philadelphia Flyers fourth-round selection, Mason Millman, you have to do some digging. Accessible videos of his play are few and far between and most scouts fail to go into great detail about his game. Still, from what one can gather, one thing is certain. The Flyers […]Read more "Flyers Mason Millman is More Than a Fun Name"
Currently, goaltending is an organizational strength for the Philadelphia Flyers. Yes, you read that correctly. After years of the exact opposite, the orange and black are good to go between the pipes in both the NHL and the prospect pool. For that reason, Chuck Fletcher’s decision to select netminder, Roddy Ross, appeared a bit peculiar […]Read more "Flyers Add Another Quality Goalie Prospect in Roddy Ross"
In this week’s “Flyers Prospects Mailbag”, we discuss the possibility of Carter Hart winning the Calder Trophy, possible prospect trade candidates, the future in net for Lehigh Valley, and physical prospects. Let’s get this party started! What prospects are most likely to go in a trade? How about in a trade for Mark Stone? — […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: Calder Hart?"