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Broad Street Hockey Oct 20, 2018
Flyers welcome back Nolan Patrick for matinee with Devils

Flyers welcome back Nolan Patrick for matinee with Devils

Second-year pivot returns to lineup after a three game absence as Flyers battle 4-1 Devils. The Flyers are back in action for another matinee, and the foe is an all too familiar one in the New Jersey Devils. Thankfully the Devils are no longer undefeated thanks to Colorado’s 5-3 win on Thursday night. That’s the good news, but the bad news is that they’re still playing some good hockey to start the year at 4-1 and lead the league in goal differential to boot at plus-11. The Flyers, on the other hand, sit at 3-4 through seven games having allowed 31 goals, which is the worst mark in...
Broad Street Hockey Oct 18, 2018
Thursday Morning Fly By: Big Poppa Mac edition

Thursday Morning Fly By: Big Poppa Mac edition

Today’s open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Philadelphia Flyers news and notes… *We’ve got our old friend Bob and his Columbus Blue Jackets tonight. Here’s hoping the Flyers can build off of their first home win and string a few together here. [Philly.com] *We learned at practice yesterday that Nolan Patrick is feeling good and should be well on his way back into the lineup. [Flyers] *Andrew MacDonald and his wife had another baby Tuesday night! Mazel! But, allegedly, he was still a healthy scratch for performance. Not for baby things. Allegedly....

Flyers' Scott Laughton off to impressive start, Nolan Patrick's return could be soon

The winger, who crashed hard into the boards in Saturday's game, was in the lineup Tuesday against Florida. He has been perhaps the Flyers' most pleasant surprise in the season's first two weeks.
Broad Street Hockey Oct 13, 2018
Preview: Flyers look to complete season sweep vs. Golden Knights

Preview: Flyers look to complete season sweep vs. Golden Knights

That feels weird to say this early on in the season. Hello again, folks! After a brief hiatus the Flyers return to action today against the Vegas Golden Knights at the Wells Fargo Center. The Flyers are coming off of a bounce-back win in Ottawa on Wednesday, and now look to build off of that in their second home game of the young season. They will however be without the services of Nolan Patrick, as he will be out 7-10 days with a upper-body injury suffered in the game vs. Ottawa. Travis Konecny was hit by a puck in the leg yesterday in practice, but no update has been given as of yet on...
Broad Street Hockey Oct 12, 2018
Friday Morning Fly By: In which we take a break before an early-season rematch

Friday Morning Fly By: In which we take a break before an early-season rematch

Today’s open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Philadelphia Flyers news and notes… *So we’re playing Vegas again tomorrow, already, but before we get to the next one let’s look at what we learned from the last one. [BSH] *We learned yesterday that Nolan Patrick, who left that Sens game in the first, will be out 7-10 days. Bummer. [Flyers] *One thing that’s already annoying to me personally is the fact that Cal Pickard, who you might remember was waived by the Maple Leafs because they didn’t care that much if they lost him, is being hailed as some sort of...
Last Word on Hockey Oct 11, 2018
Philadelphia Flyers Nolan Patrick Out 7-10 Days With An Upper-Body Injury

Philadelphia Flyers Nolan Patrick Out 7-10 Days With An Upper-Body Injury

The Philadelphia Flyers announced today that forward Nolan Patrick is expected to be sidelined for 7-10 days with an upper-body injury. https://twitter.com/nhlflyers/status/1050476182486028289?s=21 Nolan Patrick Out With Upper Body Injury It was unclear how the injury occurred, but speculated to be from a high stick collision in the first period of Wednesday's game against the Ottawa Senators. The Canadian centre had a tough season to start last year, but finished with 13 goals and 17 assists in 73 games. He also had a 48.9 percent Corsi and a relative Corsi of -0.2. So far Patrick has...

Flyers' center Nolan Patrick sidelined 7-10 days after taking hit to face

Second-year center Nolan Patrick will miss seven to 10 days with an injury, and Jordan Weal may get back into the Flyers' lineup.
Broad Street Hockey Oct 11, 2018
Nolan Patrick out with upper-body injury

Nolan Patrick out with upper-body injury

Second-year forward left the bench in the first period vs. Ottawa and did not return. Flyers General Manager Ron Hextall announced that center Nolan Patrick will miss the next 7-10 days with an upper-body injury. INJURY UPDATE: #Flyers forward Nolan Patrick will be out with an upper-body injury for the next 7-10 days. https://t.co/axaMVO1ODV— Philadelphia Flyers (@NHLFlyers) October 11, 2018 Patrick was injured early in the first period against the Senators and did not return to action after logging 3:30 of ice time before departing. It doesn’t appear that the former second...
Sportsnet.ca Oct 11, 2018
Flyers’ Nolan Patrick out 7-10 days with upper-body injury

Flyers’ Nolan Patrick out 7-10 days with upper-body injury

The Philadelphia Flyers will be without centre Nolan Patrick for the next 7-10 days with an upper-body injury. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Broad Street Hockey Oct 11, 2018
Thursday Morning Fly By: That’s more like it!

Thursday Morning Fly By: That’s more like it!

Today’s open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Philadelphia Flyers news and notes… *The Flyers won a hockey game and things are good again! But man, you play a team as bad as the Senators and things get weird. Multi-point night for Dale Weise. Robert Hagg scores a goal. Jori Lehtera is the second line center. Weird, wild stuff. And now we’re probably stuck with all of it. RECAP! *Not all good news, though. Nolan Patrick left the game in the first with an upper body injury. There’s no link just yet but trust me it happened. *And there’s another Senators game...

Jake Voracek stars as Flyers rebound to beat Senators; Nolan Patrick injured

Jake Voracek had two goals and an assist as the Flyers defeated the host Senators - one night after a humiliating 8-2 defeat to San Jose in their home opener.
Sportsnet.ca Oct 10, 2018
Flyers’ Nolan Patrick leaves game vs. Senators with upper-body injury

Flyers’ Nolan Patrick leaves game vs. Senators with upper-body injury

Philadelphia Flyers centre Nolan Patrick has been ruled out for the remainder of the team’s game against the Ottawa Senators with an upper-body injury. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Broad Street Hockey Oct 10, 2018
The boys were less than thrilled in the locker room after the 8-2 loss

The boys were less than thrilled in the locker room after the 8-2 loss

Shayne said the F word and Claude said the S word! Hear from Shayne Gostisbehere, Claude Giroux, Nolan Patrick, Brian Elliott, and coach Dave Hakstol following the 8-2 blowout loss against the San Jose Sharks. 0:21 - Shayne Gostisbehere Photo by Drew Hallowell/ 2:36 - Claude Giroux Heather Barry - SB Nation 4:49 - Nolan Patrick Heather Barry - SB Nation 5:37 - Brian Elliott Photo by Drew Hallowell/ 8:40 - Dave Hakstol Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports
Broad Street Hockey Oct 10, 2018
The second power play unit needs a shot of Sanheim

The second power play unit needs a shot of Sanheim

Travis Sanheim was an elite PP producer at the junior level, yet the Flyers seem hesitant to use him there. With JVR out, now is a great opportunity to give Sanheim a look. As we’re all aware of by now, the Flyers have struggled to find a successful cohort of players for their 2nd power play unit for years. Heading into this season, however, we were hopeful they could finally turn the page. Young guys like Nolan Patrick, Travis Konecny and Ivan Provorov have another year under their belt, and the addition of James van Riemsdyk was potentially the piece that could put this group over the...
Broad Street Hockey Oct 9, 2018
Jakub Voracek reunited with Claude Giroux, Sean Couturier on top line

Jakub Voracek reunited with Claude Giroux, Sean Couturier on top line

What’s old is new again! The news of James van Riemsdyk’s recent injury meant that the Flyers were forced to make a change to their lineup, manifested in the soon-to-be season debut of Jordan Weal. However, they didn’t stop there. Rather, the Flyers decided to shake up their top six with a right wing swap. Entering training camp many had penciled van Riemsdyk in on the second line alongside Nolan Patrick and Jakub Voracek, but after a shaky preseason from the three, it was Oskar Lindblom that started the season as the team’s second left wing on the depth chart. Now that magical...

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