The Flyers arrived in Toronto on Sunday afternoon and had their first practice in the bubble on Monday. Leading up to their exhibition game with Pittsburgh on Tuesday, the team focuses on adjusting to bubble life.
Day 10 of Phase 3 Flyers camp featured another absence from Carter Hart, though head coach Alain Vigneault is not concerned, and a possible late add to the Flyers roster for Toronto that would be remarkable.
Oskar Lindblom has signed a three-year extension with the Flyers with an average annual value of $3 million. The 23-year-old, who just completed his cancer treatments earlier this month, is staying in Philly.
Moments before the team took the ice for the scrimmage on Saturday, GM Chuck Fletcher announced that Jake Voracek was “unable to participate." According to the NHL’s protocol, that is the only update teams are able to give on absent players. So there is no knowledge if Voracek…
The Flyers were back on the ice for Day 1 of Phase 3 training camps as they prepare for the return to play and the 24-team playoff that is about to take place and the first practice was a test of conditioning to evaluate where each player is after a four-month pause.
From the beginning, Alain Vigneault had set the goal that the Flyers would at the very least be one of the 16 teams that has a chance to win the Stanley Cup and qualify for the playoffs. While the dynamic of the playoffs may change, Vigneault says that the goals remain in place.