Flyers prospect Wade Allison records another hat trick in NCAA victory

Updated: December 12, 2017 at 12:00 am by Brady Trettenero

The Philadelphia Flyers have such a phenomenal prospect pipeline, it’s sometimes hard to keep up.

Wade Allison is an 18-year-old right-winger currently playing in the NCAA with Western Michigan University. He was selected 52nd overall by the Flyers in 2016 and might be the closest thing to a pure goal-scorer in the system.

Allison sits tied for second in goals among all NCAA hockey players (14).

Allison completed a natural hat trick in overtime Saturday to end Western Michigan’s four-game losing streak.

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The 6-foot-2, 205 pound center seems to win whenever he goes and has a USHL Championship to his name. He led the Tri-City Storm to its first-ever Clark Cup championship in 2016 by scoring nine goals and seven assists in just 11 games — good for MVP honors.

After a strong debut season in the NCAA last year, Allison has really taken a leap forward this time around, racking up 14 goals and 11 assists in 19 games so far. His hat trick Saturday was already his second of the year.

Like most good goal-scorers, they know the right place to be at the right time.

Allison showed off his silky hands in overtime.

It’s rare to come across a player like Allison. Not only can he snipe and dangle, but Allison can also lay the boom.

Keep an eye on the power forward, as he could be making an impact with the Flyers in the coming years.

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