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02-14-2014, 10:45 AM
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Philadelphia Flyers have little to show from 2009 NHL Draft

The Philadelphia Flyers 2009 NHL Draft class was relatively light, with only six picks on the board and none coming in the first two rounds. Their first-round pick was packaged in a trade to Anaheim for Chris Pronger, while their second-round pick was dealt to Tampa Bay in 2008.

Overall, general manager Paul Holmgren and crew overall selected two defenders, two goaltenders, and two forwards. Only two of the picks, Eric Wellwood and Oliver Lauridsen, have appeared in NHL games.  

Adam Morrison, G, Saskatoon Blades (WHL) – 3rd round, 81st overall
Status: Prospect
NHL Games Played: 0

Despite being ranked 24th on Central Scouting's final rankings of North American goaltenders in 2009, the Flyers went way off the board and selected him not only as the sixth goalie of the draft but the second overall North American goaltender.… read more


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