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The EliteProspects Rinkside 2020-21 Off-Season Prospect Pool Rankings: the No. 21-ranked Philadelphia Flyers

This ranking isn’t an indictment of the Philadelphia Flyers’ young core; in fact, this team is a victim of being good at talent identification.

The Flyers’ combination of draft capital, scouting expertise, and development has led to plenty of recent graduations, from mid-firsts like Joel Farabee to undrafted free agents like Philippe Myers. They’re truly one of the more well-rounded organizations in the NHL, unearthing talent across different player archetypes around the hockey globe.

While they’ve also flubbed several high-profile picks, the good certainly outweighs the bad. Somehow, the Flyers replicated the Myers find by unearthing Yegor Zamula. They turned a late-first into Morgan Frost, who’s tracking as a top-nine forward as soon as next season. They haven’t shied away from taking lon

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