The writing was on the wall last month at Flyers prospect development camp when Brady Robinson was working with newly hired Flyers goaltending coach Kim Dillabaugh throughout the week of instruction.

At the time, Dillabaugh was asked if Robinson would be brought on full time to help with the development of goaltending prospects such as camp attendees Anthony Stolarz, Merrick Madsen, Felix Sandstrom and Matej Tomek.

"That's not my call. That's for management to decide," Dillabaugh said.

Management decided that indeed Robinson would team up with Dillabaugh in a full-time capacity, announcing Wednesday evening that Robinson has been hired as the team's goaltending development coach.

Robinson joins the Flyers from the Victoria Royals of the Western Hockey League in Canada. He has 19 years of coaching experience, according to a Flyers press release. He's also a member of Hockey Canada's goaltending advisory group.

Robinson worked 15 years for the Goaltending Development Institute as the regional manager for British Columbia, serving under current Columbus goaltending coach Ian Clark. He also worked under Dillabaugh, who was Clark's assistant.

The way general manager Ron Hextall laid out his plans for the continued development of the organization's prospects, it seems Robinson's primary duties will be working with prospects at Lehigh Valley and Reading.