Flyers Notes: Injury Updates Galore

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As the Flyers are mired in a seven-game losing streak, it’s no secret that the lineup they have put on the ice recently has been the result of numerous injuries that continue to pile up. Updates on the group of injured players.

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Flyers Camp Opens with Abundance of Injury News

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Before the puck even hits the ice, the Flyers are already dealing with more than their share of injury woes.

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Plan of Hope Already Backfires on Flyers

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At the end-of-season press conference, and for much of the offseason, the Flyers focus was on injured players returning healthy. The so-called plan has already backfired before the team even takes the ice for training camp.

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Report: Sean Couturier to Miss Significant Time with Back Injury

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According to a report from Crossing Broad’s Anthony SanFilippo, Flyers forward Sean Couturier suffered a herniated disc and could miss significant time this upcoming season.

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YWT: The Philadelphia Flyers Podcast – YWT #148 – A Bunch Of Ifs

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The guys look at Bobby Brink’s NHL debut, some thoughts on the offseason plans, and a quick update on the rest of the NHL and the playoff picture. Join Kyle Collington and Kevin Durso as they break it all down.

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Hart, Atkinson Hurt as Flyers Get Routed by Capitals

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It was an ugly game for the Flyers, who trailed 3-1 after the first and lost Carter Hart and Cam Atkinson for the night before allowing six more goals over the final two periods in a 9-2 drubbing to the Washington Capitals.

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YWT: The Philadelphia Flyers Podcast – YWT #147 – LOUUUUUUUUU!

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The guys look at how some of the young players are faring for the Flyers, including Noah Cates and Ronnie Attard, and newly-signed forward Bobby Brink. Finally, the guys look at the celebration of Lou Nolan’s 50th season as Flyers PA announcer.

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Flyers Need to Use Final Month to See What Youth Can Do

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The final 15 games for the Flyers will serve as a chance to evaluate. They will provide a look at some new faces entering the lineup in the last couple of weeks and maybe even a new face or two to come down the road. It is a way to take inventory going into the offseason – what does the team already have and what does it need even more of on the roster moving forward?

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Fletcher: Focus on ‘Energy, Hard Work, Young Players Playing a Bigger Role’

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As the trade deadline passes and the Flyers open up a few roster spots, it presents more of an opportunity for younger players to get more of a look at increased roles in the NHL. GM Chuck Fletcher used Sunday’s game as an example of what he hopes to see for the rest of the season, “energy, hard work, young players playing a bigger role and getting an opportunity to show what they can do for next year.”

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Flyers Prospect Corner: Phantoms Win in OT Again, Prospects Gear Up For Frozen Four

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It was another week, another overtime win for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, while the NCAA prospects exit their conference tournaments to focus their attention on the NCAA Tournament. Let’s recap.

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Flyers Prospect Corner: Foerster, Allison Net Firsts, NCAA Seasons End in Disappointment

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The Lehigh Valley Phantoms enjoyed a couple of wins this past week, thanks to newly-healthy Tyson Foerster and Wade Allison, while two NCAA prospects’ seasons ended in disappointment after they fail to advance in their various college hockey tournaments. Let’s recap.

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Flyers Prospect Corner: O’Brien and York Shine in NCAA, Wisdom Has Career Day for Phantoms

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The Lehigh Valley Phantoms continued their impressive start to the AHL season thanks to a stellar Zayde Wisdom performance on Valentine’s Day, while Boston University and the University of Michigan were treated to standout games from Jay O’Brien and Cam York.

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Prospect Corner: Phantoms Kick Off Season, NCAA Returns to Play

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The Lehigh Valley Phantoms finally got their season against the Hershey Bears on Feb. 6, while the NCAA returned to play after a string of postponed matches. Let’s recap in this week’s Flyers Prospect Corner.

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