Tag Archive | "Isaac Ratcliffe"

Grading Hak & Hex: Training Camp Cuts

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

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September may mark the return of NHL hockey, but it also brings along the most tumultuous time of the year for professional players. This past week began the disappointment for the Philadelphia Flyers and general manager Ron Hextall as the team began the sizeable trimming that will eventually lead to just 23 players left on…

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Morgan Frost and Isaac Ratcliffe returned to OHL teams

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

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Flyers fans will need to wait just a bit longer to see two of their top offensive prospects play for the big club. The Flyers announced after morning skate Tuesday that Morgan Frost of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds and Isaac Ratcliffe of the Guelph Storm have been returned to their respective junior clubs in…

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Prospect Report: Isaac Ratcliffe

Monday, July 16, 2018

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Since taking over for Paul Holmgren in 2014, Ron Hextall has not been shy about collecting a multitude of draft picks. Since he became the general manager, Hextall has drafted 42 players. Among the myriad of prospects that the Flyers host in their system, some are forgotten. One of them is Isaac Ratcliffe, the hulking winger…

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Morgan Frost and Isaac Ratcliffe named to Team Canada’s World Junior Showcase roster

Wednesday, July 4, 2018

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For Flyers’ top offensive prospects Morgan Frost and Isaac Ratcliffe, the road to the 2019 World Juniors begins this summer. Both Frost and Ratcliffe have received invitations to wear the red-and-white at this summer’s World Junior Showcase in Kamloops, B.C from July 28-Aug. 4. The event will be televised. Frost was dominant in the OHL…

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Philadelphia Flyers CHL and SHL prospects update

Thursday, October 19, 2017

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”The best prospect pool in the entire National Hockey League”. That’s not something the Philadelphia Flyers and their fans are used to hearing when the experts around the league are discussing the future of the NHL. Long gone are the days of Mike Testwuide, Ben Holmstrom and Kevin Marshall being considered the future of the…

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