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Flyers Rookie Camp Notes

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

Flyers Day 2 Development Camp Notes

Another day and some new wrinkles. Check out my Instagram to see them. https://www.instagram.com/p/CTM8ImCgSKA/ 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

Flyers vs. Rangers Prospect Notes

Morgan Frost - Frost good offensive zone entries. He showed a solid all-around game without many great offensive chances. Still, you don’t want him to play in the NHL and have to deal with being scoreless for long stretches. That doesn’t help a young player develop. Joel Farabee – He’s a

Flyers Full Scrimmage Takeaways

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

Some Takeaways from Flyers Development Camp

  Goaltending 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

My Flyers Top 10 Prospect Rankings

The prospect pool is deep. If you hear otherwise it’s plain wrong. I use a lot of different variables to determine this. These are strictly players not on the big club currently. I’ll bring it up on the various shows that I’m on this week. Morgan Frost Philippe Myers Joel

2018 Flyers Rookie Camp Observations

David Kase – 5-10, 170 – RW – I’ve always liked his stickhandling ability, but he’s gotten faster. Add that to his already tricky arsenal and now you have a much-improved prospect. He played well in the SHL last season. He’s probably Phantoms bound but it’s not impossible that he

2018 Flyers Development Camp Final Notes

Today the prospects played a 3-on-3 tournament. If the score or who scored matters to you. Click off this post. Forwards Gavin Hain – 5-11 – 194 – C – His defensive prowess showed. You don’t get to play for the NTDP without learning how to play a 200-foot game. His puck

2018 Flyers Development Camp Notes Version 1.0

As always, I will point out some things about the players. Many are shaking off the rust on the first day and I will report on these players again to mark their improvement. Goalies Kirill Ustimenko – 6-3, 179 – G – crouches quite a bit. He’s 6-3 so there’s still

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