An Interview With Philadelphia Flyers Beat Writer Dustin Leed

July 23rd, 2010 by Todd Cordell Leave a reply »
First off, I would like to welcome Dustin Leed, he is the Flyers correspondent for and
Q: You were at the Flyers development camp, who stood out the most in your eyes? A: There were a handful of players who stood out to me at Camp, for different reasons. I would say (G) Sergei Bobrovsky, (D) Erik Gustafsson and (F) Eric Wellwood stood out to me the most as far as being impressive players. Bobrovsky has NHL-caliber skill, but needs to mature and get accustomed to the North American game. Gustafsson is a kid who led the CCHA in scoring by defensemen last year and played five games with the Phantoms and recorded two goals and five assists. He can skate exceptionally well and has a lot of Kimmo Timonen in his game. And Eric Wellwood is the total opposite of his older brother, Kyle. He has great speed, plays a very complete two-way game and has some slick moves around the net. Zac Rinaldo stood out to me at Camp because he is a crazy person. The kid tried to destroy everything in his way and I saw a lot of Steve Downie in his game. I think one of the guys I wasn't very impressed with was Marc-Andre Bourdon. He seemed to have a s ...

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