Injuries/Suspensions RW Kevin Hayes — day-to-day, lower-body injury LW Chris Kreider — out indefinitely, blood clot in right armThe Flyers are trying to rebuild on the go with significant turnover. Since the start of two seasons ago, the Flyers have had 16 players leave the organization. For most of this campaign they have had four rookies — Hagg, Travis Sanheim, Nolan Patrick and Taylor Leier — and are one of the youngest teams in the NHL with an average age of 26.6.
NEW YORK — There are times, the rookie knows, that he can be somewhat of a sacrificial lamb. Lose a couple games? The Flyers will make changes. Taylor Leier has been that change twice this season after Flyers’ losses. On two other occasions, he has come out after a defeat due to injury. The last three games he’s sat out followed a 6-4 win over the New York Islanders in which he was a minus-3. “When we lose consecutive games like that, obviously something is going to change. I’m not a dummy,” he said.
NEW YORK — By the end of the third period the Flyers heard a familiar sound at Madison Square Garden. There have been games where New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist has stolen a game for his team and they’ll probably count on him to do so down the stretch toward the playoffs. Tuesday, he didn’t need to.
@jpf2794@jasonmyrt If you’re gonna have an argument, arm yourself with facts. Sanheim has been sat 6 of last 7 but hadn’t been a healthy scratch before that since October, not “all year.” And Morin hasn’t gotten a chance because he’s been hurt.
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Selecting a term
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