The 2014 NHL entry draft is less than a month away, and for the first time in the event's history, the seven-round, franchise-altering affair will take place in the City of Brotherly Love.
Coming off a bounce-back season in which the team finished third in the Metropolitan Division, the Philadelphia Flyers aren't in need of a centerpiece talent at the draft.
Rather, the Orange and Black will be looking for supplemental pieces to complement the dynamic, young roster currently in place in Philadelphia.
What's more, the Flyers don't have any one glaring positional need, which means general manager Ron Hextall and the Philly brass can simply take the best player available when their time comes with the 17th overall selection.
With that, here's a look at the five players who should be on the top of Philadelphia's 2014 draft board.
Note: This is based on the top players likely to be available with the 17th overall pick rather than the top players available overall.