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Flyers prospect report: The finale

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So long for now, the prospects!

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

  • 5/12 - did not play
  • 5/15 - did not play
  • 5/16 - did not play

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

2015 5th Round Pick, 128th overall

Good news! Kase got back into the lineup for these last three games, and even though it wasn’t totally reflected on the scoresheet, he had himself a solid week. He picked up a goal on Wednesday but was held off the scoresheet on the weekend. He brought some flash, though, and looked to be getting back up to speed well (even if it was for the last few games of the season).

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

Undrafted

No too much going on for Zamula on the scoresheet here. He had a fine enough week, kind of quiet, but he was still effective in his role. On a fun note, he spent most of the weekend paired with Cam York, and they were working pretty well towards building some chemistry. Is that a glimpse into the future? Wouldn’t that be nice.

Linus Hogberg (LHD), Lehigh Valley Phantoms

2016 5th Round Pick, 139th overall

Another quiet week for Hogberg. He picked up the primary assist on Max Willman’s goal on Sunday, but otherwise, there wasn’t a whole lot going on for him. Not a bad week, just quiet.

Wyatte Wylie (RHD), Lehigh Valley Phantoms

2018 5th Round Pick, 127th overall

  • 5/12 - did not play
  • 5/15 - did not play
  • 5/16 - did not play

Zayde Wisdom (C), Lehigh Valley Phantoms

2020 4th Round Pick, 94th overall

We didn’t see a massive offensive outpouring from Wisdom this week, but he finished the season strong. He picked up three assists, had a couple of nice looks for himself, and as usual, brought some good energy to boost his game.

Pascal Laberge (C), Lehigh Valley Phantoms

2016 2nd Round Pick, 36th overall

  • 5/12 - did not play
  • 5/15 - did not play
  • 5/16 - did not play

Felix Sandstrom (G), Lehigh Valley Phantoms

2015 3rd Round Pick, 70th overall

  • 5/12 - 1 GA, 27 saves, .964 SV%
  • 5/15 - did not play
  • 5/16 - 3 GA, 28 saves, .903 SV%

Overall, it was a solid week for Sandstrom. He got the start in two of the three games (though he did have to leave Wednesday’s for a little bit), and overall came up big for the Phantoms. We’re still seeing him working on some of his details (rebound control, hello), but those improvements are coming, and that’s encouraging to see.

Isaac Ratcliffe (LW), Lehigh Valley Phantoms

2017 2nd Round Pick, 35th overall

  • 5/12 - did not play
  • 5/15 - did not play
  • 5/16 - did not play

Ratcliffe took an injury in last Sunday’s game, and he was out for the remainder of the season.

Tyson Foerster (LW), Lehigh Valley Phantoms

2020 1st Round Pick, 23rd overall

Bad news here folks: Foerster took a pretty ugly hit early in Wednesday’s game, and it resulted in a separated collarbone. He’ll be fine for next season, but he obviously missed the last two games of the Phantoms’ season.

Cam York (LHD), Lehigh Valley Phantoms

2019 1st Round Pick, 14th overall

After closing out the Flyers’ season, York was sent back down to the Phantoms to get a couple more games in. Saturday’s game was a little shaky for him, but Sunday saw him looking much sharper and more active offensively. He was held off the scoresheet, but he was effective in transition and still had a nice couple of looks. Overall, good stuff.

Wade Allison (RW), Lehigh Valley Phantoms

2016 2nd Round Pick, 52nd overall

Allison was also sent to the Phantoms to close out the season, and he had a solid couple of games. He was a little bit snakebitten, as he had a couple of really good looks, and hit the post at least once. It was a shame to see him lacking a bit of luck, but he still looked sharp and brought a lot of energy (and even picked up his first professional fight on the weekend!).