Travis Sanheim Gives Us Up-close Glimpse of Flyers' AAA Trial on the Isle

The Flyers' annual AAA Trial on the Isle is always a fun day for the organization's prospects to bond with each other as well as get to know the fans.

That was all the case on Wednesday for this year's edition.

The Flyers' prospects capped off development camp at the beach, but not for simply relaxing and catching some sun. In Stone Harbor, New Jersey, the youngsters took part in team-building exercises, some bubble soccer, a clinic for kids, signing autographs and more.

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"What we're trying to do is to help them make a better player, but to win championships," Flyers director of sports medicine Jim McCrossin, who leads the event, said. "To do that, you have to develop the players and have to develop a culture."

Nolan Patrick, who did not take part in the on-ice portion of development camp as he recovers from abdominal surgery, was in attendance for the AAA Trial on the Isle.

And fans were clearly excited to see him, via these pictures from Flyers public relations guru Zack Hill.

But if you're curious as to what the team activities on the beach consist of, we have an inside glimpse, courtesy of defensive prospect Travis Sanheim. The 21-year-old wore a GoPro during it all, providing a neat, up-close look at what the AAA Trial on the Isle entails.

You can enjoy by watching the video above.

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