(Photo: Kate Frese)
By Kevin Durso, Sports Talk Philly editor
It's hard to forget about the embarrassment from the Flyers in Tuesday's home opener, but they will have to turn the page quickly, heading back to the ice against the Ottawa Senators on the road on Wednesday night.
It provides the Flyers with a chance to quickly put the loss behind them, but against a Senators team that so many have predicted will be the worst in the league, don't expect it to be easy.
Game time is set for 7:30 p.m.
After Brian Elliott took a beating in an 8-2 loss on Tuesday, Calvin Pickard gets into the net for the first time with the Flyers. It's his first NHL start since Dec. 29, 2017.
Craig Anderson gets the start for the Senators. Anderson's last start was a 37-save win over the Toronto Maple Leafs and he has great numbers against the Flyers with 12 wins in 22 starts and a 2.75 GAA.
Flyers Projected Lineup
Injuries: James van Riemsdyk, Michal Neuvirth, Corban Knight
Scratches: Dale Weise, Christian Folin
With no morning skate, the Flyers will presumably go with the same lineup as Tuesday unless something changes during warmups.
Senators Projected Lineup
Injuries: Clarke MacArthur, Jean-Gabriel Pageau
Scratches: Paul Carey, Ben Harpur
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