Flyers Select Cutter Gauthier in Round 1 of 2022 NHL Draft

Montreal: The future stars of the NHL would find out their homes where they can build their careers and bring their franchise the championship. 

The Philadelphia Flyers would have the number 5 pick in the first round and this would be the first draft led by new head coach  John Tortorella & the question is who would the Flyers take with the number 5 pick.

The pick was announced by Neumann University hockey player Jasmine Martinez, who is also part of the Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation.

The Pick:

The Flyers took Cutter Gauthier who is part of the USA U-18, He can play forward and center which is a very good thing that you get a player who can play multiple offensive positions. 
Gauthier will be representing the Flyers on the international stage with Team USA.  For the 2022-23 season, you will be seeing Gauthier play for Boston College.

Gauthier was asked what player on the Flyers he is looking forward to meeting

Following the first round, Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher would speak and was asked about drafting Cutter Gauthier

Cutter Gauthier was asked about being part of the Flyer’s organization

“Yeah, it’s super cool. I’ve heard such great things about the Philadelphia Flyers and talking with them, I feel like I had a really good connection with them, so I’m just excited to see in the near future and get out to development camp next week and have a great week.“

When do we think we could see Gauthier wearing the Flyers colors in the NHL?

Gauthier said “I think one year in NCAA and then I’ll be ready to play in the National Hockey League and help the Philadelphia Flyers win a Stanley Cup in the near future“

Gauthier was asked what current NHL Players does he model his game after & he “Mark Scheifele and Pierre-Luc Dubois“

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