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10-23-2013, 08:40 PM
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An underrated Flyers prospect slowly making his way through the system is 2010 fifth round pick Michael Parks. The 21-year-old right winger is entering his third season with the University of North Dakota, and is having a stellar start to his year. In an October 18th win over the Miami (OH), Parks opened the scoring for UND, scoring on a rebound from his own shot. North Dakota would fall to Miami the next evening 6-2, but Parks was able to chip in a secondary assist. In 4 games this year, UND’s alternate captain has one goal and three assists in just four contests. With production like that, Parks could eventually find his away to the top of a Flyers system that isn’t necessarily stacked with strong forwards.

Tyrell Goulbourne may have been drafted more for his physicality than his scoring knack, but he’s shown an ability to find the back of the net so far this year with the Kelowna Rockets. In two games last week, Goulbourne scored twice. In a 6-0 victory over the Lethbridge Hurricanes, the Flyers 3rd round pick in 2012 calmly scored in what was essentially an open net after teammate Miles Bell was able to attract the attention of Lethbridge’s netminder. On the 18th, Goulborune was able to re-direct a Colton Heffley shot past goalie Ty Edmonds, as Kelowna went on to win 3-2. He now has two goals and four assists in 11 games.
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