Flyers prospects Sandstrom, Hart make incredible saves in World Juniors

Flyers prospects Sandstrom, Hart make incredible saves in World Juniors

The Flyers have more prospects than any other NHL team in the World Junior Hockey Championships and Wednesday night's semifinal between Canada and Sweden was a showcase of impressive netminders Carter Hart of Canada and Felix Sandstrom of Sweden.

With the right to take on Team USA in the final up for grabs, both Hart, the 48th overall selection in the 2016 NHL draft and Sandstrom, the 70th overall pick in the 2015 draft, made sensational saves.

You can tell the Canadian fans love Hart because they are going absolutely nuts over him on Twitter. During the game, he was the No. 2 trending topic in Canada.

Canada went on to beat Sweden, 5-2, and will meet Team USA on Thursday night with gold on the line.

And the Flyers hope they've struck gold with these two prospects.

Joel Embiid declares Sixers new nickname as the FEDS: 'The FEDS are coming'

Joel Embiid declares Sixers new nickname as the FEDS: 'The FEDS are coming'

It's a happy, happy day for Philadelphia 76ers fans.

They just selected Markelle Fultz with the No. 1 overall pick in the draft and the future is bright.

Oh, and Joel Embiid gave the squad a new nickname: the FEDS.

That's Fultz, Embiid, Dario, and Simmons. Which is probably better than FESS, which it would be if you went all last names instead of selectively choosing Dario's first name. WHO CARES LOVE THESE GUYS.

Embiid is not shy about proclaiming nicknames. He even gave himself the nickname of "THE PROCESS" and people are down with it.

Embiid can do what he wants. 

Some other reactions from the Sixers:

And other sports figures:

Markelle Fultz's NBA draft shoes are made out of basketballs

Markelle Fultz's NBA draft shoes are made out of basketballs

It's gotta be the shoes.

(And no, not Big Baller Brand.)

Markelle Fultz represents his alma mater well with his NBA draft attire. The inside of his suit jacket pays homage to his Huskies and even includes a hashtag, F2G: Faithful to the Grind. 

But Spike Lee would be happy to know Fultz's shoes are the best part of his draft-day duds.

You can watch Fultz explain the interesting kicks below: