It's time to take a look at another potential Flyers draft prospect as the draft continues to approach.
All of the talk throughout the regular season was about the battle across the league for the first overall pick and Connor McDavid. But one of McDavid's teammates is projected as a fairly high pick as well.
While it's not as likely that he is on the board when the Flyers pick at seven, if the Flyers look to trade up slightly or if the selections prior fall the right way, the Flyers could certainly be gunning for one of McDavid's partners in crime.
Today, we look at Erie Otters forward Dylan Strome.
While the Flyers sit idle in this year's Stanley Cup playoffs, they still have one claim to stake -- and that's contingent on Tampa Bay's performance in this year's tournament.
The Orange and Black hold the Lightning's first-round pick in this year's draft, thanks to Ron Hextall's trade of Braydon Coburn. Naturally, that pick was set to be one of the last 16 in the first round. But when the Bolts took down Detroit last week in the last game of the quarterfinals, it had fans across the Delaware Valley and beyond cringing -- as it guaranteed that the Flyers' second pick would be later in the round.
The conference semifinal round of the 2015 NHL playoffs is in full swing. Each series has played two games so far with the mixed results. Three of the four feature two games to none leads while the Capitals and Rangers are tied one game each.