Raffl (abdomen) will return to the Flyers’ lineup on Thursday.
Raffl missed the last eight games with an abdomen injury, but will be back in the lineup on Thursday. Raffl will return in a nice spot, as he gets to skate on the top-line with Claude Giroux and Wayne Simmonds. Raffl has one goal in three games this season.
Raffl will miss 10-14 days with an upper-body injury.
Raffl was injured in the Flyers’ loss to the Blackhawks on Tuesday and could miss up to two weeks. Thankfully for the Flyers, Brayden Schenn has served his suspension and can take Raffl’s spot on the top line.
Raffl left Saturday’s game with an upper-body injury and did not return.
Raffl left the game after being hit to the head and then he collapsed on the bench while trying to make it to the dressing room. It was a scary scene for the Flyers’ winger but he was reportedly feeling better after the game and may not be seriously injured as originally we thought.
Raffl (illness) is expected to return to the Flyers lineup on Sunday.
Raffl has missed the last seven games with an illness, but he will be back in the lineup tonight vs. Buffalo. With Raffl back in, Ryan White will come out of the lineup. Raffl has 12 goals and three assists (15 points) in 40 games this season.
Raffl (illness) is questionable for Thursday’s game vs. the Jets.
Raffl, who missed Tuesday’s game, was not at practice on Wednesday, which is not a good sign that he will be available for Thursday’s game vs. Winnipeg. If he is unable to go again, Petr Straka will remain in the lineup.
Raffl (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Raffl skated on a line with Scott Laughton and Wayne Simmonds during the morning skate and is expected to be in the lineup tonight. He has missed the last eight games with a lower-body injury that he suffered on November 4th. Despite success on the top-line before getting injured, Raffl will start on the second line if he returns tonight.
Raffl (lower-body) expected to practice on Tuesday, could play as early as Saturday.
Raffl will miss his eighth straight game on Monday, but he is expected to be back on the ice tomorrow morning and head coach Craig Berube called him a “possibility” for Saturday. He got off to a nice start to the season, scoring six goals in his first 12 games, so his return to lineup would balance out the Flyers’ attack.