Jakub Voracek Finally Looks Like a Star for the Philadelphia Flyers in 2014-15

November 12th, 2014 by Garrett Baker Leave a reply »

Jakub Voracek has been the biggest revelation of the Philadelphia Flyers' 2014-15 season thus far, and he's arguably the biggest reason that they haven't fallen toward the bottom of the Metropolitan Division yet.

Most people would expect Claude Giroux to be the Flyers player chasing the Art Ross Trophy, given to the player with the most points at the end of the season, but right now he's only tied for seventh in the scoring race.

As of Wednesday, November 12, Voracek is second in the league in points with 22, trailing Sidney Crosby by just two.

He's also second in the league in assists with 16, again trailing only Crosby, who has 17. Voracek has also added six goals on the season.

These are some pretty remarkable numbers through 14 games. If Voracek were to keep scoring at such a pace without missing a game, he would finish this season with 128 points. This would beat Mark Recchi's Flyers single-season record of 123.

Obviously, the chances of that happening are extremely slim, but it just gives some perspective on how good Voracek has been thus far.

To the casual fan, it may be shocking ...

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