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York Discusses Personal Growth, Addresses Previous Season's Injuries


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Maverick Mitchell
April 27, 2024  (5:45 PM)
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Cam York, Garnet Hathaway and teammates
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The 2023-24 season proved to be a period (pun intended) of significant growth and learning for Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Cam York, much like many of his teammates.

Cam York's impressive performance earned him the Pelle Lindbergh Memorial Trophy, which recognizes the Flyers' most improved player, as voted by the team members themselves.
Cam York addressed his season and what it felt like winning such an esteemed award given to him by his teammates:
"I felt like I put in a lot of work in the offseason and spent the majority of my summer here...I felt like my body help up pretty well for 82 games, playing as much as I did. I'm happy with that, and just want to continue to build and grow my game and continue to get stronger."

York's commitment to his team is unparalleled. A complete season comes with a lot of bumps and bruises, and the young defensemen was no exception tot his fact.
Reflecting on the past season, York acknowledged that it might have been wise to sit out some games. However, there was one crucial game that he was determined not to watch from the sidelines. it was the same narrative for his teammate and defensive partner Travis Sanheim.
"We were both pretty banged up there," he revealed. "But the situation we were in, we had defensemen injured and when you're right there in the playoff line, I think you want to just lay it all on the line. I think we did that...Just proud of how we handled that, not an easy situation when you're playing 25-plus minutes a night." - York

York was drafted in round 1 and #14 overall in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. This season he has 10 goals and 20 assists but was a reliable defenseman on the back end.
While narrowly missing the playoffs remains disappointing, York finds solace in the positives of his individual season. He chooses to focus on the Flyers' progress and unity, foreseeing continued improvement as the next season draws near.
Source: The Hockey News - Cam York Details Individual Improvements, Dispels Injury Concerns From This Past Season
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