2017-18 Leading 10 Philadelphia Flyers Prospects

Philadelphia Flyers GM Ron Hextall has assembled the league’s most outstanding collection of prospects. The Flyers roster is riddled with gamers under 25-years-old, and their top 10 ranking is very excellent with top picked players and prospective franchise caliber players.On the roster currently the Flyers have graduated Travis Konecny, Shayne Gostisbehere, Ivan Provorov, Nolan Patrick, Robert Hagg, and Travis Sanheim.

Sure winning the draft lottery and including Nolan Patrick assisted, but the Flyers are not a group that has been “Tanking” and is developing the right way.Perhaps the hockey Gods wished to reward them moving them as much as choose 2nd overall, however the genuine rewards will be coming extremely soon as this group is poised for excellent things.2017-18 Philadelphia Flyers Top Ten Potential Customers 1. Carter Hart, G– Everett (WHL )HT/WT: 6-2/195 Age:

19 Drafted: 48th overall in the second round of the

2016 draft by Philadelphia Hart has been just dominant in his final year in the WHL. His routine season statistics

are eye-popping; 1.60 GAA and.947 SVS %, and a 31-6-1 record with seven nothings. In 41 games, Hart only allowed 65 overall goals the whole regular season! Hart was likewise dominant for Canada at the World Junior leading Canada to the Gold Medal in convincing style. The Flyers have actually long been without a leading starting goalie, and all signs indicate Hart ending that streak. Hart will begin his professional profession in the coming season in the AHL while Brian Elliott and Michael Neuvirth are still under agreement. Beyond that, the crease in Philadelphia will come from Hart.2. Morgan Frost, C– Sault Ste. Marie (OHL )HT/WT: 6-0/180 Age: 18 Prepared: 27th total in the very first round of the 2017 draft by Philadelphia Numerous thought the Flyers might have reached drafting Frost in the first round

of the ’17 draft.
Ever since he has taken the OHL by storm with a monster 112 point season on among the leading groups in the CHL

. Frost has a great mix of size, skating, ability, and smarts. Frost has another year of junior eligibility and is most likely going to be returned given the Flyers approach to development. Frost will be looking to have a long playoff kept up the Soo with Memorial Cup goals. Next year he should be a lock for Canada at the World Junior, as well providing him another chance to play in meaningful high-pressure games. Frost is a possibility trending up quick, and it stays to be seen where he will plateau.3. Philippe Myers, D– Lehigh Valley(AHL)HT/WT: 6-5/202 Age: 21 Drafted: Signed as a totally free agent in 2015 Signed as a totally free representative after a 2015 training school invite, the Flyers have found money in Myers. The upside on Myers is substantial

as he has size, skating, smarts and good hands making him a complete player. He was
poised for a breakout efficiency with Group Canada at the 2017 World Junior posting three points in 4 games prior to an injury cut his competition short. Now playing in his novice pro season in the AHL, Myers is changing efficiently with 21 points in 50 games. The difficulties for Myers are he has suffered several injuries which have actually obstructed his development, and the Flyers have a stacked blueline already with Provorov, Gostisbehere, Gudas, Hagg, Sanheim, MacDonald under agreement and in the system already. Provided his ability, he will discover a method sooner than later on.4. German Rubtsov, C– Acadie-Bathurst(QMJHL )HT/WT: 6-0/190 Age: 19 Prepared: 22nd general in the very first round of the 2016 draft by Philadelphia Rubtsov pertained to The United States and Canada late last season to play in the QMJHL, and in his first full season in North America, he has 15 goals and 43 points divided in between Chicoutimi and the Titan.

Rubtsov played a crucial role for Russia at the World

Junior with 4 points in five video games helping Russia win the Bronze. Rubtsov is a very smart player that can

impact a video game on both sides of the puck. He can be an effective depth gamer and the skill to be a contributing top-six player. His versatility will see him in the NHL quickly, perhaps after beginning his pro profession in the AHL next year.5. Oskar Lindblom, LW– Lehigh Valley(AHL )HT/WT: 6-1/192 Age: 21 Drafted: 138th total in the 5th round of the 2014 draft by Philadelphia After a breakout season in 2016-17 in Brynas in 2015, Lindblom made a move to The United States and Canada this year with hopes of cracking the NHL in his first year. He was designated to the AHL and has actually had a smooth transition publishing strong numbers on a leading AHL roster.

Lindblom was remembered throughout the season and played in

19 games publishing
4 points. Lindblom will play out the season in the AHL and be on the Phantoms lineup for their playoff run. Lindblom is a strong prospect to make the Flyers roster next year as both Valtteri Filppula and Matt Read are on expiring agreements.6. Samuel Morin, D– Lehigh Valley (AHL )HT/WT: 6-7/227 Age: 22 Drafted: 11th overall

in the preliminary of the 2013 draft by Philadelphia Morin is a throwback defenseman; he is big, strong and mean and plays a very heavy and protective video game. As the league is leaning towards more skill and speed on the backend, it has actually been harder for Morin to crack the NHL roster, but Morin has good mobility and would be well matched as a bottom-six protector that is difficult to play versus. There is not a lot of chance for Morin on the lineup, and his waiver exemption eligibility and his contract will be ending after this season it will be intriguing to see where he plays next year. No doubt the Flyers will planning to re-sign him, and perhaps allow Brandon Manning and Johnny Oduya to stroll as complimentary agents to make a lineup area as the 6th defenseman. This has actually been a hard year for Morin as he was restricted to simply 15 AHL games due to injury, but he was recalled to the NHL and played in 2 games.7. Wade Allison, RW– Western Michigan University(NCAA)HT/WT: 6-2/205 Age: 20 Drafted: 52nd general in the second

round of the 2016
draft by
Philadelphia Allison was having a breakout year scoring 15 goals and 30 points in 22 games before an injury ended his season in January. He was a< a href ="http://www.hockey-reference.com/players/b/bakerho01.html?utm_campaign=Linker&utm_source=direct&utm_medium=linker-"target=_ blank rel="nofollow noopener" > Hobey Baker Award nominee and was a leading 5 in NCAA scoring at the time of his injury. Allison has NHL ready size and might have been on track to sign his ELC agreement and make the jump to pro hockey for the coming season. That might still occur, or the very best relocation for his advancement might be to play one more year of NCAA hockey provided he lost half a season of advancement to the injury.8. Tanner Laczynski, C– Ohio State(NCAA )HT/WT: 6-0/192 Age: 20 Drafted: 169th overall in the 6th

round of the 2016 draft by Philadelphia Laczynski had a strong NCAA freshman year posting
32 points in 34 games and earning a lineup area on the Gold Medal winning USA World

Junior lineup. In his sophomore season, he has actually continued to produce with a point per game offense scoring 46 points in 40 games as one of the most underrated gamers in NCAA hockey. His Ohio State Buckeyes are visited the Frozen Four tournament providing Laczynski a chance to use a huge stage and make an impression. He might be heading to the professional ranks for the coming season.9. Felix Sandstrom, G– HV71(SHL)HT/WT: 6-2/196 Age: 21 Prepared: 70th overall in the third round of the 2015 draft by Philadelphia Injuries all but eliminated an entire season for the promising netminder. A year eliminated from a solid SHL season with

Brynas and Finest
Goaltender award with Sweden at the World Junior. He was limited to simply eight SHL regular season video games due to an abdominal injury and then was appointed to Allsvenskan for a conditioning stint, prior to ending the season back in the SHL playing three video games on loan for HV71. Sandstrom just recently signed his ELC with Philadelphia, but his contract does not enable him to play in the AHL. He will play one more year in Sweden for HV71 prior to making the shift to North America the list below year, likely in the AHL.10. Isaac Ratcliffe, LW– Guelph(OHL)HT/WT: 6-5/203 Age: 19 Prepared: 35th overall in the 2nd round of the 2017 draft by Philadelphia Philly fans are going to enjoy huge Ratcliffe. The 6-5 beast plays a very physical game and has been terrifying

the OHL for two years. He is by no means a thug as he has just gathered 65 and 58 minutes in penalties the previous two seasons since he is too valuable on the ice. Ratcliffe improved his 54 point overall from his draft year slightly to 68 points however had a marked boost in goal production of plus 13. Ratcliffe plays a heavy and physical game, he has a genuine nasty and boarder line filthy streak to his game however has good hands and vision at the very same time. Ratcliffe has another year of junior eligibility which he makes certain to serve before changing to professional hockey in the AHL the following season. He has NHL all set size, and with the proper development, he might become an important depth player.