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EP Rinkside Prospect Pool Rankings: No. 5 Ranked Philadelphia Flyers

The Philadelphia Flyers have a deep prospect pool. It just might be the fifth-deepest pool in the entire NHL — it’s the fifth-best in general, according to us.

There are a lot of people responsible for it, and now the new regime under Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher has added to it without subtracting any of its substantive talents. They will have a nice group marinating in the AHL with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms for the 2019-2020 season.

1. Joel Farabee, LW, Boston Univ.

Joel Farabee, as a freshman, had 13 goals and 31 points in 32 games thanks to a strong second half of last season. He performed well when the spotlight was brightest, and he was always in the right position for his well-above-average wrist shot or to deal it to a teammate for a scoring position.

The winger is fast,

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NHL Prospects Prospect Pool Rankings Scouting Reports Philadelphia Flyers Lehigh Valley Phantoms Boston Univ. U.S. National U18 Team USNTDP Juniors USA U20 USA U18 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Canada U20 Canada U18 Brynäs IF Brynäs IF J20 Västerås IK Sweden U20 Univ. of Minnesota Guelph Storm Portland Winterhawks Everett Silvertips Linköping HC Linköping HC J20 Linköping HC J18 Western Michigan Univ. Providence College Penticton Vees Ohio State Univ. Chicago Steel Chicoutimi Saguenéens Tri-City Storm NHL AHL NCAA USDP USHL WJC-18 WJC-20 OHL SHL SuperElit Allsvenskan WHL BCHL USHS USHS-Prep QMJHL Joel Farabee Morgan Frost Samuel Ersson Noah Cates Jackson Cates Isaac Ratcliffe Cameron York Wyatte Wylie Adam Ginning Wade Allison Jay O'Brien Tanner Laczynski German Rubtsov Felix Sandström Ronald Attard Sam Myers Ron Hextall Chuck Fletcher [staff]
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