Philadelphia Flyers Prospect Camp: Day One Review

July 8th, 2010 by Alan Bass Leave a reply »

As over 30 young prospects came to Philadelphia Flyers’ Prospect Camp at the Flyers Skate Zone on Wednesday, careers were started and paths to the NHL were cleared.

Those paths may be long and winding, but each of these players has a unique opportunity to one day play for a major league team in the best league in the world.

"It's an education for these kids," said Chris Pryor, director of Hockey Operations. "Actually, it's an education for all of us. We get the chance to evaluate, but also to set them on a path as far as training regiments go. It's a conditioning camp, first and foremost.”

Here are some notes from the opening day of camp.


Best Player

Marc-Andre Bourdon


Drafted: Third Round, 67th overall in 2008

2009-10: Adirondack Phantoms (AHL) 

One of the oldest players on the ice, Bourdon was incred ...

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