Seven players from the 41-man training camp roster were placed on waivers for the purposes of going to the AHL or taxi squad that will allow the Flyers to make recalls much easier in this unprecedented season.
On the first day of Flyers training camp, it didn’t take long to notice the two players whose presence stood out the most. Nolan Patrick was back on the ice as a regular member of the rotation, as was Oskar Lindblom.
For five of those 216 picks that heard their name called, the Flyers were the team on the other end of the announcement. Each of them expressed what it means to be selected by the Flyers organization and described both their emotions and their excitement for what lies ahead.
After drafting Tyson Foerster in the first round, Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher said that there will still 15 players he would be happy to draft in the second round. Turns out the Flyers were able to draft two of them on Day 2 as prospects of untapped potential fell to them.
The Flyers selected Emil Andrae, Zayde Wisdom, Elliot Desnoyers and Connor McClennon with their four picks on Day 2 of the draft. Now that you know the names, get to know the newest Flyers prospects with these scouting reports.