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Flyers Select Seven Players at 2019 NHL Draft

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The Philadelphia Flyers selected seven players at the 2019 NHL Entry Draft at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, home of the Vancouver Canucks, on Friday and Saturday. 

Video: York discusses accomplishing a lifelong dream

1st round (14th overall) - Cam York, US U-18 (NTDP)
Defense - 5-11, 172 lbs
Born on January 5, 2001 in Anaheim Hills, CA

  • Played two seasons (2017-2019) with USA Hockey's National Team Development Program 
  • Finished fifth on the team this season with 65 points (14G, 51A) in 63 games for the U.S. U-18 Team, including six power play goals
  • Also added 33 points (7G, 26A) in 33 games playing in the USHL
  • Appeared in seven games, recording four goals and seven assists to help Team USA earn a bronze medal in the U-18 World Junior Championship
  • Named to the U-18 WJC All-Star Team
  • Awarded U-18 WJC Top 3 Player on the Team
  • U-18 WJC Most Assists by Defenseman, U-18 WJC Most Goals by Defenseman, and the U-18 WJC Most Points by Defenseman
  • Had the Best Plus/Minus in the U-18 World Junior Championship
  • Tallied 25 points (5G, 20A) in 38 games for the U.S. National U-17 Team before being called up to the U-18 Team in 2017-18
  • Recorded three goals and 10 assists in 21 games for the U-18 Team in 2017-18
  • Posted three goals and 11 assists playing in the USHL in 2017-18
  • Prior to NTDP, posted 48 points (9G, 39A) in 54 games for Shattuck St. Mary's in 2016-17
  • Will attend the University of Michigan in the fall.

Video: Flyers GM on Cameron York

 

Video: Brink speaks after being selected by the Flyers

2nd round (34th overall) - Bobby Brink - Sioux City (USHL)/ US U-18 (NTDP)
Right Wing - 5-8, 165 lbs
Born on July 8, 2001 in Excelsior, Minnesota 

  • Appeared in 43 games for Sioux City, recording 35 goals and 33 assists
  • Named USHL Forward of the Year
  • Named to the USHL First All-Star Team
  • Joined the US National Development Team, posting three goals and three assists in five games
  • Appeared in five games, recording three goals and three assists to help Team USA earn a bronze medal in the U-18 World Junior Championship
  • Posted 13 goals and 31 assists in 25 games for Minnetonka High before making the transition to the USHL, ppeared in 13 games, recording two goals and two assists
  • Appeared in eight games for the US National U-17 team, posting two assists
  • NHL scouts have him ranked as the 19th-best North American skater in the draft
  • Will attend the University of Denver in the fall.

 

Video: Attard speaks at the NHL Draft

3rd Round (72nd Overall) - Ronnie Attard, Tri-City Storm (USHL)
Defense - 6-3, 207 lbs
Born on March 20, 1999 in White Lake, Michigan 

  • Appeared in 48 games for Tri-City, recording 30 goals and 34 assists
    Also recorded one assist in six games in the USHL playoffs
  • Named USHL Player of the Year and USA Hockey Junior Player of the Year
  • Led the USHL in goals and points by a defenseman and in plus-minus among all players
  • Posted eight goals and seven assists in 50 games for Tri-City in 2017-18
  • Appeared in two games in the USHL playoffs in 2017-18
  • Tallied three goals and two assists in 46 games for Tri-City in 2016-17
  • Prior to the USHL, posted seven goals and nine assists in 32 games for Victory Honda in the U-16 TIEHL
  • Will attend Western Michigan University in the fall.

 

Video: Millman speaks after being selected by the Flyers 

4th Round (103rd Overall) - Mason Millman, Saginaw Spirit (OHL)
Defense - 6-1, 176 lbs
Born on July 18, 2001 in London, Ontario 

  • Appeared in 66 games for Saginaw, recording three goals and 22 assists
  • Recorded two goals and three assists in 13 games in the OHL playoffs
  • Posted six goals and 16 assists in 46 games for the St. Thomas Stars in the GOJHL before making the transition to the OHL in 2017-18
  • Named the GOJHL Most Outstanding First Year Defenseman
  • Named to the GOJHL Rookie All-Star Team
  • Appeared in six games for Saginaw in 2017-18
  • Played 33 games for the London Jr. Knights in 2016-17, tallying five goals and 14 assists
  • Appeared in six games, recording one goal and two assists to help the Jr. Knights win the OHL Cup.

 

6th Round (165th Overall) - Egor Serdyuk, Victoriaville Tigres (QMJHL)
Right Wing - 5-11, 165 lbs
Born on June 3, 2001 in Novosibirsk, Russia 

  • Appeared in 63 games for Victoriaville, recording 25 goals and 40 assists
  • Recorded three goals and three assists in 11 games in the QMJHL playoffs
  • Named to the QMJHL All-Rookie Team
  • Had the most goals by a rookie in the QMJHL and most points by a rookie in the QMJHL
  • Tallied eight goals and five assists in 30 games for Omskie Yastreby in Russia's MHL in 2017-18
  • Posted five goals and four assists in six games for the Russian U-17 team in 2017-18
  • Played 26 games, recording 15 goals and 10 assists for Avangard Omsk U17 before making the jump to the MHL.

 

6th Round (169th Overall) - Roddy Ross, Seattle Thunderbirds (WHL)
Goaltender - 6-4, 174 lbs
Born on July 4, 2000 in Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan 

  • Appeared in 25 games for Seattle, posting a 2.76 goals-against-average and a .919 save percentage
  • Played in six games, posting a 4.05 goals-against-average and a .886 save percentage
  • Posted a 2.94 goals-against-average and .920 save percentage in 22 games for the Camrose Kodiaks in the AJHL before making the transition to Seattle
  • Appeared in 22 games for the Tisdale Trojans in SMHL in 2017-18, recording a 1.85 goals-against-average and .940 save percentage
  • Named to the SMHL First All-Star Team in 2017-18
  • Had the best save percentage in the SMHL in 2017-18

 

 

7th Round (196th Overall) - Bryce Brodzinski, Blaine (Minnesota) HS
Right Wing - 6-0, 196 lbs
Born on August 9, 2000 in Blaine, Minnesota 

  • Appeared in 23 games for Blaine High School, recording 32 goals and 44 assists and serving as team captain
  • Appeared in four goals and 10 assists in five games in Blaine's playoff season
  • Posted seven goals and 10 assists in 19 goals for the Omaha Lancers after moving to the USHL
  • Tallied 27 goals and 26 assists in 25 games for Blaine in 2017-18 as assistant captain
  • Will attend the University of Minnesota in the fall

 

The Flyers made two trades that entirely involved selections within this year's draft, sending their 11th overall pick to Arizona in exchange for the 14th and 45th pick, and later sending the 45th and their 65th overall pick to Nashville in exchange for the 34th overall pick. The Flyers also traded Montreal's seventh-round pick, 201st overall, back to Montreal for Montreal's seventh round pick in 2020. The Flyers had previously acquired the pick last season in exchange for their own 2019 seventh-round pick.

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