Future Flyers Report: 11/26

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Of the 30 skaters mentioned on the list below, 15 have suited up for at least one game with the Adirondack Phantoms and six have suited up for at least one game with the Trenton Titans. Both squads aren’t at the top of the league for scoring. The Phantoms have been held to two goals or less in 10 of their 17 games this season, while the Titans have scored the third-fewest number of goals in the ECHL this year with 39 tallies in 16 contests.

In Adirondack, the club has lit the lamp 44 times. The trio of Brayden Schenn, Sean Couturier, and Zac Rinaldo have accounted for 17 goals and 23 assists. The 15 prospects’ on this list have provided 25 goals for the Phantoms. Both Danny Syvret and Rob Bordson have scored one goal this year to round out Adirondack’s 44, which comes to an average of 2.59 goals per game.

As for the Titans, they average 2.44 goals per game, the second-worst goals per game average in the entire ECHL. Out of their 39 tallies, the six players on the list have scored nine of them. Jason Akeson, Marcel Noebels, Luke Pither, and Blake Kessel have provided two goals each, while the newly added Johnston has potted one in his first two games with the team.

The Phantoms and Titans are the two teams who have the most players on this list for obvious reasons, but one team that has multiple representatives and isn’t related to the Flyers’ organization is the Oshawa Generals. Both Scott Laughton and Colin Suellentrop play for the Generals, who are fifth in the 10-team Eastern Conference of the OHL. Although the pair won’t accumulate the most goals (one is a gritty forward and the other is a defenseman), the tandem have been involved in a combined 30 points for a team that has registered 91 goals in 27 contests.

FORWARDS

  1. Nick Cousins (Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, OHL) – 37 points (10 goals and 27 assists), plus-6, and 34 PIMs in 26 games.
  2. Taylor Leier (Portland Winterhawks, WHL) – 18 points (Eight goals and 10 assists), plus-16, and 18 PIMs in 19 games.
  3. Scott Laughton (Oshawa Generals, OHL) – 17 points (Six goals and 11 assists), plus-3, and 28 PIMs in 17 games.
  4. Andrew Rowe (Elmira Jackals, ECHL) – 14 points (Seven goals and Seven assists), minus-11, and 14 PIMs in 17 games
  5. Jason Akeson (Adirondack Phantoms/Trenton Titans) – 14 points (Two goals and 12 assists), minus-5, and 7 PIMs in 17 games.
  6. Marcel Noebels (Trenton Titans, ECHL) – Nine points (Two goals and Seven assists), minus-8, and eight PIMs in 16 games.
  7. Derek Mathers (Peterborough Petes, OHL) – Eight points (Three goals and Five assists), minus-2, and 49 PIMs in 26 games.
  8. Ben Holmstrom (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Seven points (Two goals and Five assists), plus-3, and 15 PIMs in 17 games.
  9. Tye McGinn (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Six points (Five goals and One assist), minus-6, and 26 PIMs in 14 games.
  10. Eric Wellwood (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Five points (One goal and Four assists), minus-2, and four PIMs in 13 games.
  11. Harry Zolnierczyk (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Five points (Four goals and One assist), minus-2, and 18 PIMs in 17 games.
  12. Garrett Roe (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Four points (Three goals and One assist), plus-2, and 19 PIMs in 14 games.
  13. Luke Pither (Trenton Titans, ECHL) – Three points (Two goals and One assist), minus-4, and 12 PIMs in 11 games.
  14. Shane Harper (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Three goals, minus-1, and 15 PIMs in 13 games.
  15. Andrew Johnston (Adirondack Phantoms/Trenton Titans) – Two goals and minus-2 in 12 games.
  16. Mike Testwuide (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – One goal and 20 PIMs in nine games.
  17. Tyler Brown (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – One goal, minus-1, and nine PIMs in 12 games.
  18. Matt Mangene (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – One assist in four games.

DEFENSEMEN

  1. Colin Suellentrop (Oshawa Generals, OHL) – 13 points (Three goals and 10 assists), minus-1, and 24 PIMs in 27 games.
  2. Shayne Gostisbehere (Union College, NCAA) – 10 points (Four goals and Six assists) and eight PIMs in 11 games.
  3. Erik Gustafsson (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Nine points (Two goals and Seven assists), minus-2, and 23 PIMs in 17 games.
  4. Blake Kessel (Trenton Titans, ECHL) – Six points (Two goals and Four assists), minus-2, and 12 PIMs in 16 games.
  5. Fredric Larsson (Brynas J20, SuperElit) – Six points (Two goals and Four assists) and 16 PIMs in 18 games.
  6. Brandon Manning (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Four points (Two goals and Two assists), minus-8, and 23 PIMs in 16 games.
  7. Marc-Andre Bourdon (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Three assists, minus-2, and 57 PIMs in 15 games.
  8. Nick Luukko (University of Vermont, NCAA) – Two points (One goal and One goal) and six PIMs in 11 games.
  9. Reece Willcox (Cornell University, NCAA) – Two assists, plus-3, and two PIMs in nine games.
  10. Tyler Hostetter (Trenton Titans, ECHL) – Two assists, plus-1, and four PIMs in 12 games.
  11. Matt Konan (Trenton Titans, ECHL) – One assist and plus-1 in two games.
  12. Oliver Lauridsen (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – One assist, plus-4, and 22 PIMs in 15 games.

GOALTENDERS

  1. Cal Heeter (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – 3-4-0, 3.38 GAA, and .882 save percentage.
  2. Niko Hovinen (Trenton Titans, ECHL) – 2-4-1, 2.96 GAA, and .895 save percentage in eight games.
  3. Anthony Stolarz (University of Nebraska-Omaha) – 1-3-0, 2.20 GAA, and .902 save percentage.
  4. Jakub Kovar (HC Ceske Budejovice, Tipsport Extraliga) – 2 games, 1.50 GAA, and .949 save percentage. Injured.