Scouting:(Photo: Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images)
He can skate surprisingly well for a player his size but will need to improve if he wants to make an impact at the NHL level. The Quebec native can pass the puck, especially the breakout pass, and handle his own moving the puck but does not excel in the offensive zone. He has a hard shot but, outside of that, he does not add much once in the offensive zone.
Morin has had trouble filling out his large frame but it would be something that he would focus on once he gets to the professional level.
Fit for Flyers:(Photo: Rémi Sénéchal/Rimouski Océanic)
Morin, like a number of other prospects, fits the Flyers need on the blue line. His 6'7" frame would fit in nicely as the Flyers already have five defensemen 6'2" or taller - it would certainly make for an imposing blue line.
Taking Morin 11th overall would be too early but if the Flyers end up selecting towards the end of the first round, Morin could be a good selection for a team in dire need of defensive help. The draft is schedule to take place on Sunday, June 30th.
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