The Flyers remained in the seventh overall pick for the 2023 NHL Draft. The Chicago Blackhawks won the lottery and the first overall pick likely to be used on Connor Bedard.
Before the ping-pong balls are drawn and the results of the 2023 NHL Draft Lottery take place, here’s a primer on the Flyers odds in this lottery and what each result means.
The Flyers have five picks on Day 2 of the NHL Draft on Friday, but could there also be some trades in the works?
The Flyers selected forward Cutter Gauthier with the fifth overall pick in the 2022 NHL Draft on Thursday.
As we prepare for the start of the NHL Draft, we are providing this preview from the Flyers perspective, looking at targets with the fifth overall pick, a recent history of the fifth overall pick, and the possibility of the Flyers trading the pick.
The Philadelphia Flyers have the fifth overall pick in the 2022 NHL Draft, but who should they consider drafting? There are several good options for Philadelphia, but some stand out more than others.
The Flyers finished with the fifth overall pick in the 2022 NHL Draft following the two draft lottery drawings.
The Flyers entered Day 2 of the NHL Draft with six picks and made each of them with no more trades taking place to move draft capitals and acquire or move additional picks.
On Day 2 of the NHL Draft, the Flyers do still hold six draft picks that could produce some diamonds in the rough. As the second round and the resumption of the NHL Draft prepare to begin at 11 a.m., here are a few names still left on the board for the Flyers as possible targets entering Day 2.
The Flyers technically have the 14th overall pick in Friday’s first round of the NHL Draft. However, they will make the 13th selection. While it is not a Top 10 pick, a year of uncertainty, unpredictability and limited viewings of prospects could certainly leave some finds at the middle of the first round.
While that is no certainty, in the event the Flyers do get on the clock with the 13th pick in Friday’s first round of the NHL Draft and make a selection, here are five prospects to keep an eye on.
The 2021 NHL Draft is set to take place on Friday night and continue into Saturday with Rounds 2 through 7. But this draft has a different feel for GM Chuck Fletcher and the Flyers. For the better part of two weeks now, Fletcher has made it public knowledge that while the Flyers will happy make their selection with the 13th pick in the draft, they are not afraid to move the pick in the right deal.
Following the NHL Draft Lottery on Wednesday night, the Flyers will have the 13th overall pick at the NHL Draft on July 23.
Defenseman Mason Millman has signed an entry-level control with the Flyers, GM Chuck Fletcher announced.
The guys talk about the surprising news of Matt Niskanen’s retirement and the Flyers response by re-signing Justin Braun. They also discuss how it affects the Flyers offseason plans. Additionally, they look at some of the roster moves around the league and more.
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.
The Flyers originally had six selections on Day 2 of the NHL Draft, but made four total picks after packaging some picks to move up.
As Day 2 prepares to begin in just a few hours, here are a few players left on the board that the Flyers could target with their six picks on the day.
The Flyers selected right winger Tyson Foerster with the 23rd overall pick. Here is a scouting report on the newest Flyers winger.
With the 23rd overall pick in the 2020 NHL Draft, the Flyers selected right winger Tyson Foerster.
Gary Bettman announced that the NHL and NHLPA have put the focus on a Jan. 1 start date for the 2020-21 season. Estimated timing for the start of training camp will be announced at a later date.
The Flyers have the 23th overall pick in the NHL Draft on Tuesday night, and it marks the latest the Flyers have picked in the first round of the draft in over a decade. Despite that, the 23rd pick can still produce some high-end talent.