The Philadelphia Flyers landed four more prospects over the final three rounds, selecting three forwards and one defenseman with their final four picks in the 2022 NHL draft.
With the 133rd overall pick, the Flyers selected forward Alex Bump.
From the Omaha Lancers of the USHL, Bump finished with 11 G & 6 A in 27-games. Before playing in the USHL, Bump played for Prior Lake High in Minnesota, finishing with 48 G & 35 A in 31-games.
The 6’1″ 194lbs forward finished as the #91 ranked prospect according to McKeen’s Hockey. Bump will spend another year with Omaha in the USHL before heading to the University Vermont in 2023.
Bump says he models his offensive game after Filip Forsberg.
With the 165th overall pick, the Flyers selected defenseman Hunter McDonald.
From the Chicago Steel of the USHL, McDonald finished with 4 G & 10 A in 54-games split between Chicago & the Omaha Lancers.
The 6’4″ 207lbs defenseman is a late-bloomer, being drafted at the age of 20. McDonald is headed to Northeastern next season.
McDonald says he models his game after Brandon Carlo.
With the 197th overall pick, the Flyers selected Santeri Sulku.
From the Jokerit Developmental Program, Sulko finished with 15 G & 19 A in 34-games split between the U-18 & U-20 teams.
The 6’4″ 194lbs forward finished as the #146th ranked prospect according to FC Hockey.
Sulku will play for MoDo Hockey U-20 team next season.
With the 220th overall pick, the Flyers selected Alexis Gendron.
From Blainville-Boisbriand Armada of the QMJHL, Gendron finished with 30 G & 16 A in 66-games.
The 5’10” 174lbs forward finished as the #71st ranked prospect according to McKeen’s Hockey. Gendron is the son of Flyers scout Martin Gendron.