CHECK OUT THE 7 PLAYERS FLYERS DRAFTED THIS WEEKEND!

By Annie Ross

The Flyers selected seven players at the 2019 NHL Entry Draft over the weekend:

1st round (14th overall) – Cam York, US U-18 (NTDP)
Defense – 5-11, 172 lbs
Born on January 5, 2001 in Anaheim Hills, CA

  • Played two seasons (2017-2019) with USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program
  • Finished fifth on the team this season with 65 points (14G, 51A) in 63 games for the U.S. U-18 Team, including six power play goals
  • Also added 33 points (7G, 26A) in 33 games playing in the USHL
  • Appeared in seven games, recording four goals and seven assists to help Team USA earn a bronze medal in the U-18 World Junior Championship
  • Named to the U-18 WJC All-Star Team
  • Awarded U-18 WJC Top 3 Player on the Team
  • U-18 WJC Most Assists by Defenseman, U-18 WJC Most Goals by Defenseman, and the U-18 WJC Most Points by Defenseman
  • Had the Best Plus/Minus in the U-18 World Junior Championship
  • Tallied 25 points (5G, 20A) in 38 games for the U.S. National U-17 Team before being called up to the U-18 Team in 2017-18
  • Recorded three goals and 10 assists in 21 games for the U-18 Team in 2017-18
  • Posted three goals and 11 assists playing in the USHL in 2017-18
  • Prior to NTDP, posted 48 points (9G, 39A) in 54 games for Shattuck St. Mary’s in 2016-17
  • Will attend the University of Michigan in the fall.

2nd round (34th overall) – Bobby Brink – Sioux City (USHL)/ US U-18 (NTDP)
Right Wing – 5-8, 165 lbs
Born on July 8, 2001 in Excelsior, Minnesota

  • Appeared in 43 games for Sioux City, recording 35 goals and 33 assists
  • Named USHL Forward of the Year
  • Named to the USHL First All-Star Team
  • Joined the US National Development Team, posting three goals and three assists in five games
  • Appeared in five games, recording three goals and three assists to help Team USA earn a bronze medal in the U-18 World Junior Championship
  • Posted 13 goals and 31 assists in 25 games for Minnetonka High before making the transition to the USHL, ppeared in 13 games, recording two goals and two assists
  • Appeared in eight games for the US National U-17 team, posting two assists
  • NHL scouts have him ranked as the 19th-best North American skater in the draft
  • Will attend the University of Denver in the fall.

3rd Round (72nd Overall) – Ronnie Attard, Tri-City Storm (USHL)
Defense – 6-3, 207 lbs
Born on March 20, 1999 in White Lake, Michigan

  • Appeared in 48 games for Tri-City, recording 30 goals and 34 assists
    Also recorded one assist in six games in the USHL playoffs
  • Named USHL Player of the Year and USA Hockey Junior Player of the Year
  • Led the USHL in goals and points by a defenseman and in plus-minus among all players
  • Posted eight goals and seven assists in 50 games for Tri-City in 2017-18
  • Appeared in two games in the USHL playoffs in 2017-18
  • Tallied three goals and two assists in 46 games for Tri-City in 2016-17
  • Prior to the USHL, posted seven goals and nine assists in 32 games for Victory Honda in the U-16 TIEHL
  • Will attend Western Michigan University in the fall.

4th Round (103rd Overall) – Mason Millman, Saginaw Spirit (OHL)
Defense – 6-1, 176 lbs
Born on July 18, 2001 in London, Ontario

  • Appeared in 66 games for Saginaw, recording three goals and 22 assists
  • Recorded two goals and three assists in 13 games in the OHL playoffs
  • Posted six goals and 16 assists in 46 games for the St. Thomas Stars in the GOJHL before making the transition to the OHL in 2017-18
  • Named the GOJHL Most Outstanding First Year Defenseman
  • Named to the GOJHL Rookie All-Star Team
  • Appeared in six games for Saginaw in 2017-18
  • Played 33 games for the London Jr. Knights in 2016-17, tallying five goals and 14 assists
  • Appeared in six games, recording one goal and two assists to help the Jr. Knights win the OHL Cup.

 

6th Round (165th Overall) – Egor Serdyuk, Victoriaville Tigres (QMJHL)
Right Wing – 5-11, 165 lbs
Born on June 3, 2001 in Novosibirsk, Russia

  • Appeared in 63 games for Victoriaville, recording 25 goals and 40 assists
  • Recorded three goals and three assists in 11 games in the QMJHL playoffs
  • Named to the QMJHL All-Rookie Team
  • Had the most goals by a rookie in the QMJHL and most points by a rookie in the QMJHL
  • Tallied eight goals and five assists in 30 games for Omskie Yastreby in Russia’s MHL in 2017-18
  • Posted five goals and four assists in six games for the Russian U-17 team in 2017-18
  • Played 26 games, recording 15 goals and 10 assists for Avangard Omsk U17 before making the jump to the MHL.

 

6th Round (169th Overall) – Roddy Ross, Seattle Thunderbirds (WHL)
Goaltender – 6-4, 174 lbs
Born on July 4, 2000 in Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan

  • Appeared in 25 games for Seattle, posting a 2.76 goals-against-average and a .919 save percentage
  • Played in six games, posting a 4.05 goals-against-average and a .886 save percentage
  • Posted a 2.94 goals-against-average and .920 save percentage in 22 games for the Camrose Kodiaks in the AJHL before making the transition to Seattle
  • Appeared in 22 games for the Tisdale Trojans in SMHL in 2017-18, recording a 1.85 goals-against-average and .940 save percentage
  • Named to the SMHL First All-Star Team in 2017-18
  • Had the best save percentage in the SMHL in 2017-18

7th Round (196th Overall) – Bryce Brodzinski, Blaine (Minnesota) HS
Right Wing – 6-0, 196 lbs
Born on August 9, 2000 in Blaine, Minnesota

  • Appeared in 23 games for Blaine High School, recording 32 goals and 44 assists and serving as team captain
  • Appeared in four goals and 10 assists in five games in Blaine’s playoff season
  • Posted seven goals and 10 assists in 19 goals for the Omaha Lancers after moving to the USHL
  • Tallied 27 goals and 26 assists in 25 games for Blaine in 2017-18 as assistant captain
  • Will attend the University of Minnesota in the fall

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