Veteran goalies Michal Neuvirth and Brian Elliott have looked sharp in the Flyers’ training camp, and they will split the next two preseason games against the New York Rangers. Neuvirth is slated will play the entire game Monday night in Madison Square Garden, while Elliott is scheduled to go the distance Tuesday at the Wells Fargo Center. Both have played just two periods in the preseason.
NEW YORK — Rookie center Nolan Patrick has been solid, but not spectacular, in the Flyers’ training camp, and coach Dave Hakstol is encouraged by his progress. From the first day of camp, Hakstol has been impressed by Patrick’s play without the puck. “But honestly, I’ve seen him do a little bit more offensively with the puck over the last game-and-a-half,” Hakstol said before the Flyers faced the New York Rangers in an exhibition contest Monday.
NEW YORK — The Flyers tried the Great Claude Giroux Experiment at Madison Square Garden in Monday night’s exhibition game, but it was overshadowed by rookie defenseman Travis Sanheim’s surge to earn a roster spot. Sanheim continued his strong all-around play and scored a pair of goals in the Flyers’ 3-2 preseason loss to the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden. Ryan McDonagh scored the winner on a rebound with 1 minute, 9 seconds left in overtime.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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