The Philadelphia Flyers may have won back-to-back games entering the week, but this is still a team with a long way to go.
Through the first 11 games, Philadelphia's offense has produced just 20 goals—the second-lowest total in both the Eastern Conference and NHL. Their defense is a patchwork of players acquired via trades and free agency, while their two goaltenders are both operating under just one-year contracts.
The Flyers are 3-5 under newly appointed head coach Craig Berube but still are a long way from where they want to be.
If this club has any hope of joining the NHL's elite, it will have to build from within.
With that, here's a look at the five most important prospects to the future of the Philadelphia Flyers.