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Athletic goaltender with Elite Starter Upside


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May 2022 – Once touted as the future number one goalie with the Calgary Flames, his development has taken a nose dive due to his injury problems. Drafted in the second round back in 2016, he has had a difficult time staying healthy. In the last three years, he has played a total of 26 games (25 of those in the East Coast Hockey League). As he is going to turn 25 later this year in September, I think it’s safe to say that at best, he is a farm goalie with very limited upside. It is too bad injuries have effected his chances of becoming a bigger prospect. Chris Fekete

Mar 2019 – Parsons still has yet to see any game action since mid February. That’s over a month where he’s been sidelined. Injuries are starting to really be an issue for this flexible prospect. He should get a start soon though. – Joel Henderson

Nov 2018 – Parsons continues to be out week-to-week with an upper body injury. Stockton has a below average defensive core this year and it’s showing in the numbers for all goaltenders. In these key development years, it should be a main goal for Tyler to get healthy and remain healthy for the rest of the year. There is opportunity to grab but he does not need another season of nagging injury like 2017-18. – Joel Henderson

April 2018 – Parsons tweaked something going into Development camp and was kept off the ice because of it. In his first pro season, it was evident that little injuries can certainly hinder a prospect goalie from getting in positive rhythms. Since Calgary did not sign a backup goaltender, i