The Flyers are down a pair of goaltenders, with injuries to both Brian Elliott and Michal Neuvirth, leaving Alex Lyon the only healthy goalie on the roster.

The team will not give an update on Neuvirth today, but they will most likely be working the phones looking for some help between the pipes.

Ron Hextall might have been interested in Buffalo goalie Robin Lehner, but a recent injury might have them shifting their attention to 26-year old Petr Mrazek of the Detroit Red Wings, according to Darren Dreger of TSN in Canada.

Lehner is day-to-day with a lower-body injury, which isn't considered to be serious, so he could still be in play. The Sabres starter has a 12-22-8 record with a 2.95 goals-against-average and a .910 save percentage this season.

According to Red Wings beat reporter Helene St. James, of the Detroit Free Press, the Red Wings offered Mrazek to the Flyers when Elliott went down with an injury, but the Flyers declined.

Petr Mrazek is not drawing interest – he was offered to Philadelphia after the Flyers lost Brian Elliott last week (he’s out five-to-six weeks) for an asking price of a third-round pick and the Flyers declined

Mrazek is currently 8-7-3 record, with a 2.89 goals against average and .910 save percentage this season.