The good news is that he already knows it.
Noebels told CSN Philly that he is "not expecting to make the team out of this camp" but wants to be one of the first few players called up. Assistant general manager John Paddock likes Noebels and likes what he brings to the table saying the 21 year old "has scored wherever he has gone."
The 2011 fourth round draft pick played well last year between the ECHL Trenton Titans and the AHL Adirondack Phantoms. In 31 games with Trenton, he scored 11 goals and added 19 assists. After his call-up to Adirondack, he scored 13 goals and dished out 10 assists in 43 games.
The 6'2", 205 lbs. winger has a heavy shot and obviously has the ability to find the back of the net but is not flawless by any stretch of the imagination. Paddock and Noebels both pointed out that he needs to improve on his skating to be a contributing player for the Flyers.
At 21 years old, Noebels has shown the ability in the WHL, ECHL, and AHL to score. That can't be a fluke that he has a knack to score the puck so if he can improve on the other aspects of his game, he could be a real fourth-round value for the Flyers. Rookie camp will most likely be his best chance to show off his skills to the big club's decision-makers.
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