One more game for the Flyers in the US before they travel to Europe. On Friday night, the team will depart for Switzerland, where they will play their final preseason game, then head to Czech Republic for the regular-season opener against the Chicago Blackhawks.

Before that, the Flyers have a Thursday night meeting with the New York Rangers, where they will dress a lineup very close to what can be expected in the regular season. Game time is 7 p.m.

The only regulars out of the Flyers lineup that are not injured are James van Riemsdyk, Shayne Gostisbehere and Justin Braun. Nolan Patrick, Tyler Pitlick and Morgan Frost also skated in a morning group in Voorhees.

Carter Hart starts in goal and will play the entire game.

This could be the last chance for some roster hopefuls in the lineup for the Flyers. Joel Farabee, Carsen Twarynski, Connor Bunnaman and Chris Stewart have all made it this far in camp, and the only question left is whether they will accompany the team over the Europe for the start of the season or if they will see their roster hopes come to an end.

Here are the Flyers projected lines:

Forwards
28 Claude Giroux14 Sean Couturier11 Travis Konecny
23 Oskar Lindblom13 Kevin Hayes93 Jake Voracek
12 Michael Raffl21 Scott Laughton49 Joel Farabee
81 Carsen Twarynski82 Connor Bunnaman44 Chris Stewart
Defensemen
9 Ivan Provorov6 Travis Sanheim
8 Robert Hagg15 Matt Niskanen
55 Sam Morin5 Phil Myers
Goalies
79 Carter Hart37 Brian Elliott

The Rangers recently cut their roster down to 32 players, leaving them with one practice group, so expect a more veteran lineup from them as well. Here are the projected lines for the Rangers:

Forwards
74 Vitali Kravtsov93 Mika Zibanejad72 Filip Chytil
20 Chris Kreider16 Ryan Strome45 Kaapo Kakko
48 Brendan Lemieux50 Lias Andersson90 Vladislav Namestnikov
14 Greg McKegg15 Boo Nieves95 Vinni Lettieri
Defensemen
43 Libor Hajek8 Jacob Trouba
18 Marc Staal77 Tony DeAngelo
76 Brady Skjei42 Brendan Smith
Goalies
40 Henrik Lundqvist31 Igor Shesterkin

The Flyers will meet on Friday in Voorhees, but there will be no on-ice practice ahead of their trip to Europe later that evening. They will return to the ice for a practice on Sunday in Switzerland before Monday’s preseason finale, then head to Prague ahead of the season opener.

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