Wade Allison

Philadelphia Flyers
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Fantasy Summary

His tools and size project favorably to one day becoming a middle six forward in the NHL.


Attributes
Fantasy Upside 7.0
NHL Certainty 7.5
Country CAN
Position RW
Roster Type System
Shoot/Glove Right
Date of Birth October 14, 1997
Height 6‘2”
Weight 205 lbs
Drafted 2016 Round 2; Overall: 52

Observations

October 2019 – Through two games this season with Western Michigan, Wade Allison is showing minimal rust in his play as he is set on getting his playing career back on it’s once promising track. Expect a healthy Allison to make a bid for the Hobey Baker award as the best player in NCAA Hockey en route to signing a pro contract with the Flyers in the coming off-season. Edric Joseph

 

July 2018 – After originally considering to go pro next season, it is probable that Wade Allison will be returning to West Michigan University for a third season with the Broncos. It is a shame too as he was off to a flying start, no pun intended, and jumping into the AHL tier of the Flyers system seemed well within reach for him. After being on the mend since January he will likely be finding his feet again after so much playing time missed. Don’t be surprised if he is in the Hobey Baker conversation next season like he was this past year until he sustained injury. Edric Joseph

September 2017 – Wade Allison is expected to make his way back to Western Michigan University upon completion of training camp. He is one of the better prospects the Flyers have had come their way not named Nolan Patrick when it comes to finishing ability. That being said, he needs to bring the rest of his game to being closer to the NHL level before he can warrant serious consideration for the big leagues. Edric Joseph

 

June 2016 – Allison was a true riser in the 2016 draft class. Originally pegged as a potential third or fourth round selection, the power forward seemed to impress scouts more and more with each game he played. The Manitoba native led the USHL playoffs in scoring with nine goals in 11 games, and his effort was rewarded with a USHL Playoff MVP award as his Tri-City Storm captured the Clark Cup. Blessed with quick hands, a strong shot and good size, the Western Michigan commit will need to work on adding some lean muscle to improve his quickness, but does offer good top-end speed. Allison is a goal scorer; he’ll beat you off the rush, battle in front of the net or work a cycle down low.  Cam Robinson


Stats

 Season Team League GP G A TP PIM      Playoffs GP G A TP PIM 
 2011-2012 Pembina Valley Hawks Bantam AAA WBAAA 56 45 50 95 - |          
  Carman Cougars CAHS 3 5 5 10 0 |          
  Pembina Valley Hawks Bantam AAA WCBAAA 5 3 5 8 2 |          
 2012-2013 Pembina Valley Hawks Midget AAA MMHL 35 15 22 37 16 | Playoffs 5 4 3 7
 2013-2014 Omaha AAA Lancers 16U NAPHL 16U 15 19 9 28 10 | Playoffs 5 3 6 9
  Omaha AAA Lancers 16U USAN-16U 5 4 0 4 14 |          
  Omaha AAA Lancers 16U Midget 48 49 62 111 - |          
 2014-2015 Tri-City Storm USHL 35 6 7 13 8 | Playoffs 7 0 2 2
 2015-2016 Tri-City Storm USHL 56 25 22 47 46 | Playoffs 11 9 7 16
 2016-2017 Western Michigan Univ. NCAA 36 12 17 29 53 |          
 2017-2018 Western Michigan Univ. NCAA 22 15 15 30 29 |          
 2018-2019 Western Michigan Univ. NCAA 22 8 7 15 20 |          
 2019-2020 Western Michigan Univ. NCAA 7 1 2 3 4 |          

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