Noebels is a 26-year-old center from Germany who won a silver medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics. After enthralling scouts with 11 goals and 30 points in 52 games for the Berlin Polar Bears (DEL) last season, Noebels was invited to Bruins training camp, but a deal didn't materialize. Read Past Outlooks
Noebels was released from Bruins training camp Wednesday.
ANALYSIS The Bruins have sufficient depth at left wing, especially with rookie Ryan Donato in the fold, so Noebels will shift back to the open market ahead of the 2018-19 campaign. He has no fantasy value at this time.
Noebels procured 23 points in 43 games with the Flyers' AHL affiliate in Adirondack. Though he's still young, Noebels will have to prove that he can consistently produce at the AHL level before the Flyers give him a big-league roster spot. Expect him to continue his stay with Adirondack this season.
Noebels excelled in the WHL with Portland and Seattle during the 2011-12 season posting 58 points in 62 games. He’s a strong power-forward who may be able to translate WHL success to the NHL, but that’s unlikely to happen in 2012-13. Remember his name in keeper leagues for the coming seasons.