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Flyers prospect tearing up NCAA after slow start


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Ryan Hall
February 3, 2024  (11:21 PM)
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Cole Knuble at World Junior Challenge
Photo credit: The Rink Live

Every player who enters their season hopes to have a great start and be productive for their team.

This goes for any league from the NHL all the way down to the OHL. For Cole Knuble who plays for the university of Notre Dame had one of the slower starts in the league as he only scored one goal through 14 games.
Much has changed since as he has gone on a tear across the league and has racked up 13 points in his last 14 games.
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To the 19 year old who is the son of former NHL are Mike Knuble, was drafted by the Flyers in 2023, in the fourth round, 103rd overall. The centre who stands at 5 foot 11 185 lbs, should give the Flyers a threat down the middle as he has a strong hockey IQ who has a physical in fearless game.
Knuble should be a player who will challenge for a spot within the next two years once he has cleared his NCAA career.
The Flyers season will resume on the road as they will be in Florida to play against the Panthers on February 6th at 7:00 PM eastern.
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