If Carson Briere is half as good as his dad, I say we sign him up right away. Get him in here.
Via the Flyers:
The Philadelphia Flyers will open their 2019 Development Camp on Tuesday, June 25 at Virtua Center Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees. Forty-one prospects are scheduled to attend the five-day camp, including six of the club’s seven selections in last weekend’s 2019 NHL Entry Draft and a total of five first-round picks from the last four drafts.
It’ll be our first look at draft picks Cam York, Bobby Brink, Ronald Attard, Mason Millman, Bryce Brodzynski, and Roddy Ross. Sixth rounder Egor Serdyuk will not be in camp.
Briere is 19 years old, a 5’9″, 181 pound right handed center/right winger. He scored 44 goals and added 45 assists this past year playing for the NAHL’s Johnstown Tomahawks and will be an Arizona State Sun Devil for the 2020-2021 season.
His youth stats, courtesy of Elite Prospects, after the jump:
Briere won the following awards this past season:
- NAHL (East) Forward of the Year
- NAHL (East) Most Valuable Player
- NAHL All-East Division Team
- NAHL All-NAHL Team
Let’s get this kid in a Flyers jersey: