Found February 08, 2013 on The Hockey Guys:
Scott Laughton during his time with the Flyers. (Courtesy of NHL.com) By Jake Pavorsky (@JakePavorsky) Many prospects within the Philadelphia Flyers organization are making some noise throughout their respective leagues. It certainly did not take long for Scott Laughton to get back in the swing of things in the OHL. After being called up by the Flyers to start the season, Laughton was sent down after 5 games in order to preserve a year on his entry-level contract. After posting 2 assists in his return, the first round pick had his best game of the season on February 3rd. He supplied 1 goal and 2 assists, along with an absurd goal differential of +5 in an 8-2 onslaught of the Belleville Bulls. He netted the Oshawa Generals 6th goal of the evening after picking off an errant pass by a Bulls defensemen. Even Colin Suellentrop, a 2011 Flyers draft pick, got in on the offensive action by adding an assist for the Generals. You can see highlights from the game here (Laughton is wearing #21...
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