The Flyers made a change in plans with Alain Vigneault announcing that veterans would see more playing time in the preseason. So the roster was cut to 36 players -- including injuries -- leaving only a select group of players off the ice for the remaining preseason games.

Saturday marks the final time the Flyers will take the ice at Wells Fargo Center before the home opener in Philadelphia on Oct. 9. Once again, there will definitely be a lot of veterans in the lineup. Game time is at 7 p.m.

Among the veterans getting playing time tonight are Claude Giroux, Kevin Hayes, James van Riemsdyk and Jake Voracek. It will be the third preseason game for van Riemsdyk and Voracek already. Travis Konecny makes his preseason debut. Ivan Provorov and Matt Niskanen are back in the lineup after making their debut on Thursday.

It appears that Morgan Frost, Joel Farabee and Chris Stewart are at the front of the third-line winger competition, which has certainly expanded with more possibilities with Nolan Patrick unable to join the team for practices or play in preseason games. German Rubtsov is also at the front of that competition, but gets Saturday off after playing in each of the first three preseason games.

Carter Hart will get the start in goal for the Flyers with Jean-Francois Berube serving as backup. Hart will play the first two periods.

Here are the Flyers lines for the game:

Forwards
25 James van Riemsdyk28 Claude Giroux11 Travis Konecny
23 Oskar Lindblom13 Kevin Hayes93 Jake Voracek
12 Michael Raffl48 Morgan Frost49 Joel Farabee
81 Carsen Twarynski21 Scott Laughton44 Chris Stewart
Defensemen
9 Ivan Provorov6 Travis Sanheim
8 Robert Hagg15 Matt Niskanen
55 Sam Morin59 Mark Friedman
Goalies
79 Carter Hart35 Jean-Francois Berube

The Rangers are bringing a handful of veterans, but after playing in a game on Friday night as well, will have a lot of young players in the lineup as well.

Here is the Rangers lineup for Saturday's game:

Forwards
20 Chris Kreider72 Filip Chytil74 Vitali Kravtsov
28 Phillip Di Giuseppe50 Lias Andersson16 Ryan Strome
38 Michael Haley15 Boo Nieves14 Greg McKegg
25 Tim Gettinger71 Nick Jones33 Connor Brickley
Defensemen
76 Brady Skjei8 Jacob Trouba
55 Ryan Lindgren97 Matthew Robertson
43 Libor Hajek23 Adam Fox
Goalies
31 Igor Shesterkin 32 Adam Huska

The Rangers have started the preseason 0-2, including Friday's 4-2 loss to the Devils.

Where to Watch

TV: NBC Sports Philadelphia+
Radio: 97.5 The Fanatic/97.3 ESPN

Kevin Durso is Flyers insider for 97.3 ESPN and Flyers editor for SportsTalkPhilly.com. Follow him on Twitter @Kevin_Durso.