The Philadelphia Flyers announced today that their development camp will be held from August 28th through September 1st.
Some news and notes:
- Top pick Samu Tuomaala will be in attendance, the 2nd round pick had 31 points (15 G, 16 A) in 30 games with Oulun Kärpät’s U20 team in Finland
- Zayde Wisdom underwent successful shoulder surgery in Philadelphia on Friday, but is still listed on the roster
- Tyson Foerster and Wisdom were able to play in the American Hockey League last season at 18 years old due to the COVID-19 pandemic and might return this fall, Darren Dreger reported on July 22nd that final details are being worked out that will allow junior eligible players who played 20 or more AHL games last year to return to the AHL
- Wade Allison (23) is looking to maintain an NHL roster spot after scoring seven points (4 G, 3 A) in 14 games with the Flyers at the end of the season
- Cam York (20) will be looking to make the Flyers out of training camp, the current defensive picture looks like Justin Braun, Ryan Ellis, Ivan Provorov, Rasmus Ristolainen, Travis Sanheim (RFA), and Keith Yandle – York played in three games (0 PTS) last year
- The door is wide open for Morgan Frost (22) to win the 3C spot, he played two games in 2021 before dislocating his shoulder and missing the rest of the season – Nolan Patrick was traded to Vegas via Nashville and Nate Thompson was added as a depth center in the offseason
- The Flyers’ camp invitations include Jon-Randall Avon (F, Peterborough Petes OHL), Ethan Burroughs (F, Owen Sound OHL), Nolan Ritchie (F, Brandon Wheat Kings WHL), Quinn Schmiemann (D, Kamloops Blazers WHL), and Jackson van de Leest (D, Calgary Hitmen WHL)
The Flyers said that a full on-ice schedule and any potential sessions open to the public will be released closer to the start of camp.