The NHL Draft is just around the corner and the mock drafts are starting to roll out left and right. 

The latest comes from The Athletic's NHL prospect expert Corey Pronman. 

Philadelphia Flyers' general manager Chuck Fletcher might not even hold on to the pick as he's made it clear it's on the trade block for the right offer. 

However if the Flyers do decide to keep the draft pick, Pronman has taken a shot at who he thinks would be a good fit. 

Pronman has pegged winger Matthew Boldy from the US National Development Program as the Flyers' pick. 

"I think Philly would love for Broberg to get to them to add a true top-tier defenseman to its farm system. If the draft plays out like this, though, it would be hard for them to pass on the elite skill Boldy has at No. 11. After the Kirill Kaprizov saga in Minnesota, I don’t know if I can see the Chuck Fletcher regime picking a player signed by SKA in Podkolzin."

Source: The Athletic