April 20, 2017
Greg Boysen

The Lehigh Valley Phantoms will begin their first run in the Calder Cup playoffs for the first time in eight year Friday night when they host the Hershey Bears and they will have a new face on the roster.

The Philadelphia Flyers announced that defenseman Phil Myers has been reassigned to the Phantoms and will be on the postseason.

Myers, an undrafted free agent, just finished his fourth and final season with the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.  In four seasons with the Huskies, the 20-year-old blue liner had 29 goals and 92 points in 203 games.

He had his best offensive season this year finishing with 10 goals and 35 points in 34 games. 

Are you looking forward to Phil Myers professional debut with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, whenever it may come?

The @NHLFlyers have reassigned defenseman Phil Myers from the @HuskiesRn to the #LVPhantoms.

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— LehighValleyPhantoms (@LVPhantoms) April 20, 2017

Source: Lehigh Valley Phantoms
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