Flyers rookie Nolan Patrick will miss his seventh straight game Thursday. It appears that Tuesday is the earliest he could return.
The Flyers will be trying to avenge last week's 3-0 loss in Chicago when the teams meet Thursday at the Wells Fargo Center.
On Thursday, the Flyers will play their first game since a motivational speech from former Eagles coach Dick Vermeil.
The Flyers will be aiming for their first home win since Oct. 21 when they host Chicago on Thursday.
Many Flyers grew up as Blue Jays fans when Roy Halladay starred for Toronto.
The Flyers are likely to get burly defenseman Radko Gudas back in the lineup Thursday against the Blackhawks.
Twelve local Air Force member watched the Flyers' practice Monday and then took part in an on-ice clinic hosted by several of the players and former players.
Shayne Gostisbehere needs one point to reach the century mark in his career. If he does it in the next eight games, it will enable him to reach the 100-point mark at the start of a career faster than any defenseman in franchise history.
The Flyers have won just one of the eight games (1-5-2) in which their opponent has scored first.
He was one of four first-year defensemen who helped the Flyers upset the Blues, 2-0, on Thursday.
The victory kept the Flyers from falling below the .500 mark.
The Flyers, despite playing on back-to-back nights and playing with four first-year defensemen, emerged with a 2-0 win in St. Louis.
Partially becuise of injuries, the Flyers had four first-year defensemen in the lineup Thursday: Travis Sanheim, Robert Hagg, Mark Alt, and Will O'Neill, who made his NHL debut in St. Louis.
The center is the AHL's most recent rookie of the month.
What to watch for in the Flyers' matchup with the Blues.
Radko Gudas became the latest Flyers defenseman to suffer an injury. They may be forced to play four rookie defensemen Thursday.
Former Flyer Brayden Schenn has been one of the catalysts as injury-riddled St. Louis is off to a 10-2-1 start.
The Flyers, coming off an OT defeat to lowly Arizona, will be trying to hand Chicago its sixth loss in the last seven games when the teams meet Wednesday at the United Center.
The Flyers are trying to bounce back from a 4-3 OT loss to the NHL's worst team, Arizona.