5 Random Post Ideas When Training Camp Approaches

Random thoughts as junior and veteran camp approaches. The Philadelphia Flyers rookies will have physicals on September 14 and their first snowboard session on September 15, the vets will be on September 21 and they will be on the snow September 22.

All sessions are free and open to the public. The camps will take place at the Flyers Training Center in Voorhees.

Here are some ideas as we head into the season:

1. Most of next year’s projects focus around it Conor Bedarda position widely regarded as the #1 overall pick. The pilots will be in the draft lottery and have a chance to get the generational talent.

Scouts say getting second or third place would also attract a player from generation to generation. While Bedard should take first place, winger Matvei Michkov and quarterback Adam Fantilli are also talented and seem poised to break into the NHL lineup right away. hockey machine It has a great early summary of the top 16 odds of the 2023 draft.

2. I’m curious to know how to become a new assistant Rocky Thompson He runs the power game, which made a frightening 12.6% last season. Flyers were predictable and didn’t have a lot of pressure going through the 2021-22 powerhouse game. They rarely had movement behind the goal line or the net, and here’s hoping Thompson adds that wrinkle behind the goal line to give opponents something else to defend against.

3. The pilots were silent when the executives were asked how many season tickets were sold. This is not a good sign. But thanks to the team he is Thinking outside the box while trying to attract fans to the Wells Fargo Center. They offer Flyers Pass – four games per month for a total of $99. That’s about $25 per game. This is a good deal. The Philadelphia Flyers aren’t expected to be a playoff team, but watching some kids grow up will be fun. Men like Morgan Frost, Cam York, Owent Tippett, Noah Cates, Tanner Laczynski and Wade Allison.

4. For all he’s done for the franchise in its 11 (11!) seasons here, selfless center Sean Couturier, 29, deserves to succeed Claude Giroud in the role Captain Philadelphia Flyers.

5. New boss John Tortorella He likes to prove himself early and start flyers fast. That will be difficult. October’s eight-game schedule for The Flyers isn’t killer but it’s not easy either. The Flyers have five games against teams that made the playoffs last season — Tampa Bay, Florida (twice), Nashville, and the Carolinas, and three against teams (New Jersey, Vancouver, and San Jose) that didn’t break the playoffs.

Florida has the most points (122) in the NHL and is looking strong again.

From here, it would be impressive if the Flyers somehow manage to go 4-3-1 in October.

Enjoy your Labor Day long weekend!

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