Flyers forward Zac Rinaldo out indefinitely with left high ankle sprain

Flyers foward Zac Rinaldo. (Yong Kim/Staff Photographer)

TORONTO -- The Flyers' long injury list got a bit longer on Thursday, with the addition of forward Zac Rinaldo.

General manager Paul Holmgren announced Thursday that Rinaldo will be out indefinitely with a left high ankle sprain. Rinaldo left Wednesday night's win over Montreal with the injury.

Danny Briere (concussion), Andrej Meszaros (shoulder), Braydon Coburn (shoulder) are all also out indefinitely. Holmgren declared officially that Max Talbot's season is over thanks to a broken left leg.


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Forward Jay Rosehill, acquired in a minor trade on Monday from Anaheim, will make his Flyers debut Thursday night at Air Canada Centre. Rosehill has played all 72 of his career NHL games for the Maple Leafs.

Rinaldo did not make the trip to Toronto.

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