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Fleet-footed defenseman with a strong first-pass and penchant for creating offence.


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May 2022 – After playing 30 games with Philadelphia during the 2021-2022 season, Cam York is a lock to make the Flyers roster next season. Some question surrounds where exactly he will slot in on the defense core, but the young left-shot blueliner proved he could manage top-four to top-pair minutes when necessary. Barring the Flyers trading either Ivan Provorov or Travis Sanheim, there is a good chance York begins the year on the third-pairing while accruing some powerplay time. Of course, with the chance of Ryan Ellis experiencing more injury struggles, York could always move up to the top pair with Provorov, as he did in successful stints this past season. John Gove

 

December 2019 – Cam York has been adequately filling the shoes of Quinn Hughes so far as the frontman of the Michigan Wolverines powerplay. He has been making hay while the sun is shining and only stands to be more dangerous as he gains momentum and better acclimates himself to the collegiate hockey game. Seven points through 11 games gives Flyers and Wolverines fans alike a lot to look forward to. Edric Joseph

 

June 2019 – York has been drafted 14th overall by the Flyers.  Jokke Nevalainen

 

June 2019 – The premier defender playing on the deepest USNTDP squad of all-time had himself a season. All said, the left-shot back scored 14 goals and 65 points in 63 contests for the Americans. He added four goals and 11 points in seven World U18 tournament games as well. The calm and mobile defender has high-end skating ability, quality processing skill