The Flyers have had a lot of success this season. That is, they’ve had a lot of success in games where they haven’t played the New York Rangers.
The Flyers return home for their first home game in two weeks against the Islanders.
Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren said today that Giroux’s symptoms have gotten worse since he suffered a head injury against Tampa Bay last week.
An interesting storyline will be Flyers’ goalie Ilya Bryzgalov facing his old team, the Coyotes.
Two of the NHL’s best in the early going with meet up Thursday night at the Wells Fargo Center, as the Flyers host the Washington Capitals.
After picking up a pair of impressive road victories to open the season, the Flyers will play their home opener on Wednesday night, welcoming the Vancouver Canucks to the Wells Fargo Center.