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philly.com Nov 17, 2015

Injured Neuvirth sits out; Flyers call up Stolarz

Michal Neuvirth, who missed two games last month with a head injury, is sidelined again. The Flyers' backup goalie was unable to dress for the game Tuesday against Los Angeles because of an undisclosed upper-body injury, and the team is listing him as day-to-day.
philly.com Nov 17, 2015

Mason starting for Flyers; Neuvirth sidelined

Steve Mason will make his third straight start, but Michal Neuvirth will not be able to dress for the game.
Broad Street Hockey Nov 11, 2015

Michal Neuvirth returns after practice, claims to be fully healthy

Looks like a false alarm for Michal Neuvirth. Eyebrows were raised when Philadelphia Flyers goalie Michal Neuvirth missed practice this morning. And after the team announced that Neuvirth was being checked out by a doctor as well, it seemed like an extended absence was on the horizon. Right now, it looks like that was a false alarm. Neuvirth returned after practice and claimed to be fine, first reported by Sarah Baicker of CSNPhilly. Neuvirth is here at Skate Zone. He went to doctors today but says he is totally fine. — Sarah Baicker (@sbaickerTCN) November 11, 2015 While the nature...
Broad Street Hockey Nov 11, 2015

Michal Neuvirth dealing with injury; Mark Streit exits practice early

Michal Neuvirth the latest Flyers player to deal with an injury, and now concern grows over Mark Streit. After a discouraging loss to the Colorado Avalanche last night, the hope was that the Philadelphia Flyers would be getting reinforcements back soon, with both Evgeny Medvedev and Pierre-Edouard Bellemare close to a return to action. Now, the impact of Medvedev and Bellemare's imminent return could be counteracted by the loss of two other key players. Michal Neuvirth was not at practice this morning in Voorhees. Per Ron Hextall, he is seeing a doctor today, and more information would be...
Broad Street Hockey Nov 11, 2015

Avalanche 4, Flyers 0: 10 things we learned from a painful shutout loss

The Flyers brought their troubles back home with them, and were thoroughly dominated by the Colorado Avalanche last night. What caused such a convincing defeat? Morning Observations is a new feature, where we break down the previous night's game with an analytical eye. The Flyers may have been losing 1-0 at the end of the first period, but this game was lost in the opening ten minutes of the second. They were down after twenty minutes primarily due to a bad goal allowed by Michal Neuvirth, not because they had been outright dominated. Philadelphia may have been losing the shot attempts...
philly.com Nov 10, 2015

Flyers blanked by the Avs, 4-0

Michal Neuvirth was not as sharp as he'd been in recent games, as flyers lose to one the NHL's worst teams.
philly.com Nov 9, 2015

Neuvirth giving Flyers stellar 'backup' goaltending

Michal Neuvirth has filled in when Steve Mason was unable to play, and his stats have been superior to Mason's.
philly.com Nov 9, 2015

Neuvirth keeping heat on Mason in goalie competition

The more Michal Neuvirth plays, the more the Flyers goalie says his confidence grows. And that confidence could continue to blossom as Neuvirth stakes his claim for more playing time.
Broad Street Hockey Nov 7, 2015

Michal Neuvirth is the sun: Flyers 3, Jets 0

After wandering in the cold darkness, there may be a light at the end of the tunnel. That light looks eerily like Björk. "If you live alone and you don’t make plans, here is what happens: you wake up, and it just gets darker." -Simon Amstell Because I'm fancy and like pondering ponderously, I'm writing this recap near a window. Because of this window, I can report that it is dark out. Okay, it's after 10 pm, so it should obviously be dark, but I can also tell you that it's been dark for a while now. It gets dark really early this time of year, and that sucks, so much so that the...

Neuvirth starting again for Flyers; Gagner back in lineup

Michal Neuvirth will make his third straight start when the Flyers try to end a six-game losing streak Saturday night in Winnipeg.
Broad Street Hockey Nov 4, 2015

Oilers 4, Flyers 2 - 10 things that we learned from yet another defeat

Regardless of the score, this was the Flyers' worst all-around performance of the season. Morning Observations is a new feature, where we break down the previous night's game with an analytical eye. The Philadelphia Flyers may have only lost this game by two goals. But the score could have been (and maybe should have been) closer to 8-2 if not for a monster performance from goalie Michal Neuvirth. Make no mistake, this was the Flyers' worst game of the season. Lacking their best defensive forward and their best statistical two-way defenseman, the Flyers could do nothing to slow down...
philly.com Nov 4, 2015

Flyers give up 49 shots in loss to Oilers

EDMONTON, Alberta - Backup goalie Michal Neuvirth nearly stole a win for the Flyers in their farewell performance at Rexall Place on Tuesday night.
philly.com Nov 3, 2015

Flyers fall to the Oilers, 4-2

Goalie Michal Neuvirth has a strong game, but can’t quite turn back the Oilers.
Broad Street Hockey Oct 30, 2015

Michal Neuvirth to start in goal for Flyers vs. Sabres

Neuvirth gets the start against Buffalo on Friday night. It's the second half of a back-to-back, so it was kind of assumed that the Flyers would have a goaltender change tonight when they take on the Buffalo Sabres. And now that's been confirmed. Flyers coach Dave Hakstol said Michal Neuvirth will start tonight. — Joe Yerdon (@JoeYerdon) October 30, 2015 When it comes to other lineup changes, Hakstol made no announcements. The Flyers don't have a morning skate before the game since they played last night and didn't arrive in Buffalo until midnight after the loss to the Devils in...
philly.com Oct 29, 2015

Flyers activate Michal Neuvirth

The Flyers activated backup goaltender Michal Neuvirth before the start of the game Thursday and sent Jason LaBarbera to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms.

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