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Flyers prospect report: Home stretch

The end of the season is nigh for the Phantoms too.

Heather Barry / SB Nation

Welcome to BSH’s weekly prospect update, where we will be serving up stats and insight on what our homegrown players have been up to. This will include prospects in Canadian Juniors (BCHL, OHL, QMJHL & WHL), Europe (SHL, KHL), and NCAA college hockey. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to leave them in the comments.

Prospects playing in the AHL

Mason Millman (LHD), Lehigh Valley Phantoms (AHL)

2019 4th Round Pick, 103rd overall

  • 5/5 - did not play
  • 5/8 - did not play
  • 5/9 - did not play

David Kase (LW), Lehigh Valley Phantoms (AHL)

2015 5th Round Pick, 128th overall

  • 5/5 - did not play
  • 5/8 - did not play
  • 5/9 - did not play

Kase remains out with injury.

Egor Zamula (LHD), Lehigh Valley Phantoms (AHL)


It was sort of an uncharacteristically quiet week for Zamula. He’s still playing well enough, but there just hasn’t really been the same level of flash that we’ve seen from him since he was sent back down from the Flyers.

Linus Hogberg (LHD), Lehigh Valley Phantoms

2016 5th Round Pick, 139th overall

  • 5/5 - 1 goal, 1 SOG
  • 5/8 - 0 SOG
  • 5/9 - 1 assist, 0 SOG

Hogberg’s picked up some steam since returning to the lineup, and he had a nice little offensive outburst this week, picking up a goal on Wednesday, his second of the season.

Wyatte Wylie (RHD), Lehigh Valley Phantoms

2018 5th Round Pick, 127th overall

  • 5/5 - did not play
  • 5/8 - did not play
  • 5/9 - 1 assist, 4 SOG

Wylie got back into the lineup for Sunday’s game, and he had himself a good one! He picked up the primary assist on Brennan Saulnier’s second goal, and had a couple of good looks of his own, too boot.

Zayde Wisdom (C), Lehigh Valley Phantoms

2020 4th Round Pick, 94th overall

  • 5/5 - 1 SOG
  • 5/8 - 1 SOG
  • 5/9 - 3 assists, 0 SOG

Another fine week for Wisdom, even if it was a little boom or bust. His three assists on Sunday were a distinct high point, but there wasn’t a whole lot else going on for him, at least on the scoresheet. He’s still bringing good energy and trying to make plays, but it’s not all clicking for him.

Pascal Laberge (C), Lehigh Valley Phantoms

2016 2nd Round Pick, 36th overall

  • 5/5 - 1 SOG
  • 5/8 - did not play
  • 5/9 - did not play

Just one game for Laberge this week, and it was a fine enough one. He had one look for himself, but he wasn’t able to get himself on the scoresheet.

Felix Sandstrom (G), Lehigh Valley Phantoms

2015 3rd Round Pick, 70th overall

  • 5/5 - 3 GA, 34 saves, .919 SV%, 1 assist
  • 5/8 - did not play
  • 5/9 - did not play

Sandstrom only got in for the first game of the week, and overall it was a good one. He picked up the win and fared well in a game where the team in front gave up 37 shots, but his rebound control is still a bit of a mess, so kind of a mixed bag there.

Isaac Ratcliffe (LW), Lehigh Valley Phantoms

2017 2nd Round Pick, 35th overall

  • 5/5 - 2 SOG
  • 5/8 - 4 SOG
  • 5/9 - 2 assists, 1 SOG

We keep waiting for Ratcliffe to have a massive game from a scoring standpoint, and while that hasn’t come yet, he’s doing all of the right work to make us feel like that’s just around the corner.

Some bad news though: he left Sunday’s game with an injury and didn’t return. No news on if it’s serious, but we’ll see if he’s back in the lineup tonight.

Tyson Foerster (LW), Lehigh Valley Phantoms

2020 1st Round Pick, 23rd overall

  • 5/5 - 1 goal, 2 assists, 3 SOG
  • 5/8 - 2 SOG
  • 5/9 - 3 SOG

After a snakebitten stretch, Foerster finally got himself on the board this week. It wasn’t very pretty—a shot by Cam York deflected in off his shin pad—but it still worked. He created quite a few nice looks for himself, and it’s a bit of a shame that only the one found the back of the net.

Cam York (LHD), Lehigh Valley Phantoms

2019 1st Round Pick, 14th overall

  • 5/5 - 1 goal, 1 assist, 1 SOG
  • 5/8 - did not play
  • 5/9 - did not play

York made his NHL debut last week, so he only spent the first game of the week with the Phantoms, but it was a really good one. He assisted on Foerster’s goal, as we said, and picked up a really nice breakaway power play goal for himself. He’s playing a really smart and confident game at the AHL level. He’s really figuring it out.

Wade Allison (RW), Lehigh Valley Phantoms

2016 2nd Round Pick, 52nd overall

Allison’s a Flyer now!