Lecavalier, Hartnell Out “At Least A Week;” McGinn, Raffl Recalled

    Photo via HockeysFuture The Flyers announced last night that forwards Scott Hartnell and Vincent Lecavalier would be lost for “at least a week” due to their respective injuries (Hartnell – upper body, Lecavalier – lower) suffered in last night’s 2-1 loss to the Phoenix Coyotes. And as a result, per Glens Falls, NY reporter Diana Nearhos, have recalled forwards Michael Raffl and Tye McGinn from their AHL affiliate Adirondack Phantoms. I'm told that McGinn and Raffl were called up after the injuries to Lecavalier and Hartnell. — Diana C. Nearhos (@dianacnearhos) October 12, 2013 Raffl is leading the …

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Greiss stops 36, Flyers fall 2-1 to Coyotes

The Philadelphia Flyers endured another game where they struggled to find the back of the net, as they fell to the Phoenix Coyotes by a score of 2-1 tonight at the Wells Fargo Center. Thomas Greiss played a strong game for the visitors, as he denied 36 of the Flyers’ 37shots in the game. Rob Klinkhammer and Oliver Ekman-Larsson produced the goals for Phoenix, as Steve Mason provided 29 saves for Philly. Max Talbot was the only Flyer to solve Greiss. To make matters worse for Philly, both Vincent Lecavalier and Scott Hartnell left the game with injuries and are …

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Gameday FAQ: Flyers vs Coyotes

Here is your Philadelphia Flyers Gameday FAQ for Friday, October 11, 2013.   When and where are the Flyers playing? The Philadelphia Flyers (1-3-0) host the Phoenix Coyotes (2-2-0) at the Wells Fargo Center for a 7:00pm matchup.   How can I watch this game? This game will be shown on Comcast Sportsnet (CSN Philly) locally. You can also find it on FSAZ if you’re hanging out in the desert. The game will also be broadcast on 93.3 WMMR for those who prefer the smooth sounds of Tim Saunders and Chris Therien. Hopefully we’ll be hearing a whole bunch of …

Viva Las Bryz

What’s Ilya Bryzgalov been up to?

Vegas, baby! Bryz is actually with the Las Vegas Wranglers of the ECHL, patiently waiting for an NHL team to call. In my mind, however, he is performing a one man show before a packed house every night.