Wayne Simmonds and the Flyers won their third straight game, beating the Jets, 5-2, Thursday night to take both games against Winnipeg this season.
After head coach Craig Berube said that Kimmo Timonen would return this season, GM Ron Hextall said no decision has been made yet.
Concussed on Jan. 14, Scott Laughton practiced with teammates Thursday and vowed to keep his "head up" next time he comes across center ice.
1wIn need of an extra forward, the Flyers recalled Jason Akeson from the Lehigh Valley Phantoms on Saturday morning.
1wThe Flyers look to break their goal drought when they visit Buffalo to take on the Sabres Saturday night (7 p.m./CSN).
1wKyle Okposo scored four goals to give the Islanders a win over the Penguins. That and more from around the NHL.
1wFlyers coach Craig Berube said that he's still OK with both the hit Matt Niskanen threw on Scott Laughton that injured the Flyers' center and his team's response.
1wThe uninspired Flyers were shut out for the second time in as many nights on Thursday, this time a 4-0 blanking at the hands of goalie Ryan Miller, who made 30 saves, and the visiting Vancouver Canucks.
1wA frustrated Ray Emery allowed three goals before being replaced by rookie Rob Zepp in the second period of Thursday night's loss to the Canucks.
1wWe recap Thursday's top NHL action, including Tuukka Rask stopping 30 shots in the Bruins' shutout of the Rangers.
Ron Hextall has more wins than any other goalie in Flyers history (240)