Welcome back to The Flyers CHL Prospect Report! This edition covers the week that was in the CHL from Sunday October 17th – Sunday October 31st. WHL (Western Hockey League) Connor McClennon #94 (RW) – Winnipeg Ice (WHL) SEASONGPGAPTS+/-SPIM2021-2022 1310717+124129 On Sunday (Oct. 17), the Winnipeg Ice hosted the Swift Current Broncos. It took 7 … Continue reading The Flyers CHL Prospect Report (Oct. 17 – Oct. 31)
It's been a rough start to the 2021-22 season for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. They've come out of the gate with an abysmal 0-5-2 record as a team filled with young players busy assimilating to the professional level and trying to adjust to a brand new coaching staff. Last week, I wrote about the Phantoms … Continue reading What’s Going on with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms?
GAME ON! Welcome to the 2021 inaugural edition of the Flyers CHL Prospect Report! As of writing, it looks like it is all systems go for all three of the leagues that comprise the Canadian Hockey League (CHL). Although there has been a massive surge of COVID-19 cases in parts of Western Canada (Alberta in … Continue reading The Flyers CHL Prospect Report (Oct. 1 – Oct. 16)
After years of looking towards the development pipeline only to be disappointed in the results time and time again, general manager Chuck Fletcher struck some gold during the 2020 entry draft. There are a few new faces he drafted that inspire some confidence for the future, and one of the most exciting is forward Tyson … Continue reading The Flyers’ Future is Foerster
Well, Morgan Frost has stumbled into the biggest opportunity he has had so far in his career. Kevin Hayes will start the season in the injured list, and the team has very few other options to step into a top six center role, so Frost will likely be called upon to fill the role. One … Continue reading Morgan Frost’s Time to Shine
After seven years of drafting the next potential star after potential star, only to be disappointed time and time again, the Flyers have very few polarizing players left in their pipeline. Though there is one. 20-year-old 2019 14th overall pick Cam York is on the cusp of earning an NHL roster spot, but his path … Continue reading Where Does Cam York Fit In?
We saw Joel Farabee shed his rookie number, 49, and come into his own when he chose 86. Morgan Frost still wears 48, Cam York just chose 44 in the minors, and other young players starting to find their way in the league will be changing their numbers when the secure a full-time roster spot. … Continue reading What Number Will These Players Wear?!?
When an organization drafts a player into the NHL, they hope to see that player take strides and make it to the big club within a few years. But sometimes that's not always the case. When the Flyers drafted Val-d'Or Foreurs forward Nicholas Aube-Kubel 48th overall in 2014, they had no idea the journey they … Continue reading The Long, Winding Road of Nicholas Aube-Kubel
As the book closes on an abysmal 2019-20 Lehigh Valley Phantoms season, there are only a few bright spots to take away from the campaign. One of those highlights was the play of rookie forward Maksim Sushko, who rose a couple eyebrows with his game. The former fourth round draft pick in 2017 made the … Continue reading Maksim Sushko: A Diamond in the Rough
Here is the transcript of our interview with Carsen Twarynski from late last week. Enjoy! Listen to the interview on Apple Podcasts here Dan Esche: Alright everybody welcome to Brotherly Pod! It is Friday April 17th, 2020 and it's a very special episode of Brotherly Pod. We have a Philadelphia Flyers prospect on the line; … Continue reading Brotherly Pod Q&A – Carsen Twarynski