Cam York is the future of the Flyers. He’s had a good year all-around, but he hasn’t had a chance to make his mark. If the Flyers want to keep him in Lehigh for the rest of the year, I can’t argue with that, but York played better than many
Here’s what I saw on day one. I won’t be at camp again until the game. I will be writing some articles about the players, but here are the raw nuts and bolts.
Today was more about showing what you can do on the ice. There’s still instruction but a lot
Another day and some new wrinkles. Check out my Instagram to see them.
Tyson Foerster – C – With more intensive skating drills going on, he shined. His cornering is really improved. You can tell he worked really hard over the summer.
Linus Hogberg – D – He was another one who
Cam York has been a player I’ve followed for years now. I watched him grow up in the NTDP, seeing him in various games and tournaments over the years, and now he’s inching closer to turning pro.
York was a player who greatly benefitted from Flyers Rookie Camp, you remember, back
For the first time in over half a decade, the Philadelphia Flyers concluded their prospect development with a full five on five scrimmage. While the team had completed a three on three half ice tourney the previous day, it gave some idea of how some prospects would look in tight
Samuel Ersson – He made some great saves in the 3-on-3. He’s different. He looks the most like a pro even though he’s only 19. He was on the winning team (pictured above).
Kirill Ustimenko – He showed off a wicked glove hand and great leg strength against the post. He
Jack Hughes – 5-10, 179 – C – NTDP (pictured on left)
Kaapo Kakko – 6-2, 190 – RW – TPS
Alex Turcotte – 5-11 -186 – C – NTDP
Vasily Podkolzin 6-1, 196 – RW – KHL
Bowen Byram – 6-1, 195 – D – WHL