Fantasy Summary

Two-way defenseman who can play NHL games with limited fantasy upside.


Observations

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July 2019 – Wotherspoon has signed a two-year, two-way contract with the Flyers.  Jokke Nevalainen

July 2018 – The St. Louis Blues have signed Wotherspoon to a one-year, two-way contract.  Jokke Nevalainen

Dec 2017 – Wotherspoon is currently having his best fantasy season in the AHL (3g, 13a, in 24 games). Flames have decided to roll with Kulak, Andersson, and that would mean that Kylington might be next in line for a call-up if there was an injury. Wotherspoon has steadily improved his play for the last few years but the percentage is extremely low that he ever becomes a fantasy relevant NHL player. – Joel Henderson

July 2017 – Good news for Tyler. Calgary gave the RFA a qualifying offer. He will continue to be a depth option who provides stability in Stockton and can be brought up to the NHL for a handful of games when called upon. – Joel Henderson

Mar 2017 – At the trade deadline, Flames opted to bring in two players which cemented Wotherspoon in the minors for the rest of the year. The writing is on the wall for Wotherspoon officially it seems. He needs to hit two strides higher if he wishes to be an every day NHL player for the Flames organization. He will become an RFA after this season, but with the arrival of others, Wotherspoon may have to find a new home. While Tyler has continued to improve his skating and aggressive play, he has never been one to put up large fantasy numbers. – Joel Henderson

Oct 2016 – After a long training camp, once again Wotherspoon has been passed by other depth Dmen, but not because he did not have a