Future Flyers Report: The Subway Super Series continued, Stolarz playing well in OHL

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After taking part in his first game for Team QMJHL against Team Russia in the Subway Super Series, Samuel Morin suited up for his second contest last Wednesday, which was a 4-3 victory for Team QMJHL. Despite not recording a point in the win, Morin was plus-3 with a pair of penalty minutes. In both contests for Team QMJHL, Morin had zero points and four PIMs with a plus-3 rating.

Team Russia then went on to face Team OHL, who named Scott Laughton their captain. Team OHL dropped the teams’ first tilt on Thursday by a count of 5-2 and lost the second meeting on Monday by the score of 3-2. Laughton finished minus-1 with an assist and two PIMs in the pair of losses to Team Russia.

The final pair of Subway Super Series’ games start tonight, as Team Russia will take on Team WHL, which features Taylor Leier. The series concludes tomorrow, as the teams will meet in the final game of the six-contest series. Team WHL will also boast Hunter Shinkaruk, Sam Reinhart, Josh Morrissey, Derrick Pouliot, and Ryan Pulock.

Aside from the Subway Super Series, some interesting news surrounding Philadelphia Flyers’ prospects is the play of Anthony Stolarz. Picked 45th overall in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft by the Orange and Black, Stolarz is currently leading the OHL with the lowest goals against average and the highest save percentage. The Edison, New Jersey native has a 2.33 GAA and a save percentage of .931 in 20 games with the London Knights. The goaltender who is second to him in both categories, Matt Murray of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, has played in as many games and has posted a 2.38 GAA and a save percentage of .924.

Stolarz is only 19 years old, so his future with the Flyers is still years away from being decided. However, it does bode well for the netminder to be posting such positive numbers in the OHL. Perhaps Stolarz can keep up his strong play and earn the honor of being named the OHL Goaltender of the Year Award, something that both Steve Mason and Ray Emery earned in their days before the NHL.

FORWARDS

  1. Scott Laughton (Oshawa Generals, OHL) – 38 points (19 goals and 19 assists), plus-7, and 27 PIMs in 22 games.
  2. Taylor Leier (Portland Winterhawks, WHL) – 35 points (19 goals and 16 assists), plus-13, and 12 PIMs in 26 games.
  3. Jason Akeson (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – 10 points (Two goals and Eight assists), minus-9, and four PIMs in 17 games.
  4. Michael Parks (University of North Dakota, NCAA) – Nine points (Three goals and Six assists), minus-1, and eight PIMs in 12 games.
  5. Nick Cousins (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) –Nine points (Three goals and Six assists) and four PIMs in 17 games.
  6. Tyrell Goulbourne (Kelowna Rockets, WHL) – Nine points (Three goals and Six assists), plus-5, and 33 PIMs in 18 games.
  7. Petr Straka (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Eight points (Three goals and Five assists), plus-1, and four PIMs in 15 games.
  8. Ben Holmstrom (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Eight points (Three goals and Five assists), plus-1, and 44 PIMs in 17 games.
  9. Tye McGinn (Philadelphia Flyers and Adirondack Phantoms) – Eight points (Seven goals and One assist), minus-3, and 20 PIMs in 18 games.
  10. Brandon Alderson (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Six points (Two goals and Four assists), minus-1, and eight PIMs in 15 games.
  11. Andrew Johnston (Orlando Solar Bears, ECHL) – Six points (One goal and Five assists), plus-2, and 23 PIMs in 18 games.
  12. Marcel Noebels (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Five points (One goal and Four assists), plus-2, and eight PIMs in 14 games.
  13. Kyle Flanagan (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Four points (Two goals and Two assists) and two PIMs in 10 games.
  14. Matt Mangene (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Four points (Two goals and Two assists), plus-3, and six PIMs in 15 games.
  15. Tyler Brown (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Two assists, plus-1, and two PIMs in 11 games.
  16. Petr Placek (Harvard University, NCAA) – Zero points, minus-1, and two PIMs in one game.
  17. Derek Mathers (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Zero points and 26 PIMs in 10 games.

DEFENSEMEN

  1. Samuel Morin (Rimouski Oceanic, QMJHL) – 13 points (Four goals and Nine assists), minus-2, and 40 PIMs in 20 games.
  2. Shayne Gostisbehere (Union College, NCAA) – 12 points (Four goals and Eight assists) and 10 PIMs in 11 games.
  3. Mark Alt (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Six points (One goal and Five assists), minus-1, and 11 PIMs in 16 games.
  4. Terrance Amorosa (Sioux City Musketeers, USHL) – Five assists, plus-6, and four PIMs in 16 games.
  5. Brandon Manning (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Five points (Two goals and Three assists), minus-5, and 42 PIMs in 17 games.
  6. Robert Hagg (MODO HK and MODO J20) – Five assists, minus-1, and 16 PIMs in 26 games.
  7. Tyler Hostetter (Wichita Thunder, CHL) – Four points (Two goals and Two assists), minus-1, and 11 PIMs in eight games.
  8. Reece Willcox (Cornell University, NCAA) – Four points (Two goals and Two assists), plus-1, and two PIMs in 11 games.
  9. Fredric Larsson (Youngstown Phantoms, USHL) – Four points (One goal and Three assists), minus-1, and 41 PIMs in 17 games.
  10. Nick Luukko (University of Vermont, NCAA) – Two points (One goal and One assist) and four PIMs in 10 games.
  11. Matt Konan (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Two assists, minus-4, and 14 PIMs in 17 games.
  12. Oliver Lauridsen (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – Two assists, plus-6, and 54 PIMs in 17 games.
  13. Valeri Vasilyev (Spartak Moscow, KHL) – Two assists, minus-2, and 12 PIMs in 22 games.
  14. Maxim Lamarche (Elmira Jackals, ECHL) – One goal, plus-1, and four PIMs in nine games.
  15. Cullen Eddy (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – One assist, plus-2, and 18 PIMs in 14 games.
  16. David Drake (Des Moines Buccaneers, USHL) – One assist, minus-4, and six PIMs in 15 games.

GOALTENDERS

  1. Anthony Stolarz (London Knights, OHL) – 15-2-1, .931 save percentage, and 2.33 GAA.
  2. Cal Heeter (Adirondack Phantoms, AHL) – 4-5-0, .913 save percentage, and 2.66 GAA.
  3. Merrick Madsen (Minot Minotauros, NAHL) – 3-4-0, .900 save percentage, and 2.81 GAA.