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Sean Couturier has actually played decently despite putting up just two assists so far this season. He is fifth in average ice time per game for forwards and has been good in his own end in addition to his penalty-killing duties.
Luke Schenn has been really poor thus far, averaging a defense-low 15:15 of ice time and tallying only one assist. The d-man with the second-least TOI plays over three more minutes per game than Schenn does, which is indicative of his dismal performance.
Erik Gustafsson did not start the first few games of the season, but has played in the Flyers' last three and looked really good while doing it. He is averaging over 20 minutes of ice time and has notched one goal and one assist.
Like Gustafsson, Tye McGinn did not start in the Flyers’ opening games, but has been very good since joining the big club. He leads the team with three goals, has been a big body and provided a good source of energy for the team.
Brayden Schenn has been the best of all the youngsters with a team-leading five points (two goals and three assists). He is also averaging the fourth-most minutes per game among all Philadelphia forwards.