As expected, the Flyers went forward-heavy in the draft.
In the fourth round, the Flyers pick a player who was highly regarded.
In a bit of a surprise, the Flyers took a goalie early in the draft.
The Flyers traded up in the second round of the NHL Draft and took 6-6 winger Isaac Ratcliffe, who models his game after Rick Nash.
In giving up Brayden Schenn to St. Louis, the Flyers acquired the Blues' pick in the first round of Friday night's draft and used it to select Morgan Frost, a center from the Ontario Hockey League.
Keep track of the picks as they happen and get all the latest trade rumors and breaking news right here.
The Flyers traded productive winger Brayden Schenn to St. Louis on Friday night.
Nolan Patrick has no hard feelings about slipping to No. 2 in the draft.
The NBCSN analyst was unrestrained in his enthusiasm about Nolan Patrick and about the Flyers' future, starting immediately.
Patrick fell to the Flyers at No. 2, and the team selected an 18-year-old prospect they hope will help their franchise immediately.
Nolan Patrick is NHL-ready, scouts say, and could play for the Flyers in 2017-18.
The Flyers' first pick will almost certainly be … one of these two guys, the one the Devils don't take.
The Flyers will land an impact player with the No. 2 pick in the draft Friday night.
It sounds as if Michal Neuvirth and New Jersey native Anthony Stolarz will not be the Flyers' goalie tandem this season.
The Flyers will likely take one of the two centers regarded as the crown jewels of the 2017 NHL draft