Read (concussion) will return to the Flyers lineup tonight.
Read missed the last six games with a concussion that he suffered on December 31. Head coach Craig Berube said that Read will play in all situations tonight. He has 19 points (10G / 9A) in 39 games this season.
Read missed the last six games after suffering a concussion on December 31. With Read set to return the Flyers returned Tye McGinn to the AHL. Read has recorded 19 points (10G / 9A) in 39 games this season.
Read (concussion) is taking part in the Flyers optional morning skate.
Read has missed the last five games with a concussion that he suffered on December 31. He was participating in drills this morning which is a good sign that he is nearing a return. The Flyers are in New York tonight, no word if his return will happen this evening vs. the Rangers. He has 19 points (10G / 9A) in 39 games.
Read was injured on New Year's Eve vs. the Flames. He is not expected to miss an extended period of time and could be back in for their next game vs. Phoenix. Steve Downie will move up to the third line and Jay Rosehill will enter the lineup.
Read (lower-body) who was listed as game-time decision appears to be in.
Read is taking part in warm-ups which is a good sign that he is in this morning. Read missed Wednesday's contest, but it appears he will come in and Zac Rinaldo will likely come out. Read has eight goals and three assist in 23 games.
#flyers analyst Steve Coates just reported that Matt Read and Nick Grossmann will both play tonight.
Read was supposed to be out 5-6 weeks but he is back after only two weeks. The speedy recovery is great news for the Flyers, Read had seven goals and six assists in 18 games before getting hurt. It is unknown who Read will play with tonight.
Read still feels some discomfort when he shoots. Says it's up to Lavy and Homer if he plays tonight.
Read was expected to be out 5-6 weeks with torn rib cage muscles, but is has only been two weeks since he's suffered the injury. Read is way ahead of schedule but it appears as if he will be in the lineup tonight despite the discomfort he feels while shooting. However nothing has been confirmed so monitor his status throughout the afternoon.
Matt Read may be back sooner than even the Flyers expected.
Read, 26, was originally projected to be out for 6 weeks with torn rib cage muscles, suffered in back-to-back hits on Feb. 20 in Pittsburgh. Instead, Read said he could be back “as soon as this weekend.” He skated in a full, hour-long practice on Monday -wearing a regular, white practice jersey - and participated in cycling drills with passing and shooting.