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By Jake Pavorsky (@JakePavorsky)
As the NCAA hockey season begins to wrap up, many college prospects are on the hunt for NHL teams to call home. In Kyle Flanagan‘s case, the Philadelphia Flyers were more than happy to oblige. According to TSN’s Bob McKenzie, Philadelphia has come to terms with Flanagan, who spent the last four years at St. Lawrence Unviersity.
Flanagan compiled 29 goals and 65 assists over the course of 117 games, and put up a career high in all major stat categories this past season. He was certainly a valued member of SLU’s hockey team, as the team named him captain before the start of his junior season. Flanagan’s former head coach at St. Lawrence, Greg Carvel, had nothing but positive things to say about him:
Kyle is a very impressive hockey player. He has NHL ability. He is undersized, but with his hockey ability and hockey sense, he’s the complete package. He can score points and is defensively responsible.
He also happens to be 24 years o...