Under newly appointed general manager Ron Hextall, the Philadelphia Flyers are dedicated to building from within.
That means preserving draft picks and nurturing prospects as opposed to looking for quick fixes via trade or overpaying for talent in free agency.
The Flyers currently hold six selections in the upcoming NHL entry draft to be held at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. At that time, the Orange and Black will look to supplement an already promising crop of up-and-coming players as the team continues to build toward joining the NHL's elite.
But in order to understand what the Flyers need, they must first understand what they have.
With that, here's a look at the strengths and weaknesses of Philly's top prospects.