Saturday, July 4, 2015

Carter and Laperriere return to Flyers' lineup

MONTREAL _Center Jeff Carter and right winger Ian Laperriere will return to the Flyers' lineup Saturday afternoon for Game 4 of the conference finals against Montreal.

Carter and Laperriere return to Flyers' lineup

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Flyers´ Jeff Carter skates during practice on Friday. (Yong Kim / Staff Photographer)
Flyers' Jeff Carter skates during practice on Friday. (Yong Kim / Staff Photographer)

MONTREAL _Center Jeff Carter and right winger Ian Laperriere will return to the Flyers' lineup Saturday afternoon for Game 4 of the conference finals against Montreal.

Carter has been sidelined since April 20 with a broken foot, while Laperriere hasn't played since breaking his orbital bone and suffering a brain bruise and concussion on April 22. Laperriere also needed about 70 stitches after blocking a shot above his right eye in a playoff game against New Jersey.

Andreas Nodl and Dan Carcillo are out of the lineup.

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