The Flyers have recalled Shayne Gostisbehere from his conditioning loan with Lehigh Valley (AHL).
Source: @NHLFlyers 02/23/20, 4:42 pm EST
Gostisbehere (knee) will not play on Monday.
Gostisbehere missed the Flyers morning skate and will not play vs. the Panthers on Monday. Head coach Alain Vigneault said that Gostisbehere is dealing with some knee pain, so consider him day-to-day.
Gostisbehere will not play in Washington.
Gostisbehere returned to the lineup on Thursday but left Friday's practice in frustration and will not play on Saturday. Robert Hagg will be back in the Flyers lineup to replace him.
Gostisbehere (knee) will return to the Flyers lineup on Thursday.
Gostisbehere has missed the last 10 games with a knee injury but will replace Robert Hagg tonight vs. the Devils. Gostisbehere has had a tough season, scoring just five goals with seven assists (12 points) in 40 games.
Gostisbehere (knee) will miss Monday's game; expected to return Thursday vs. the Devils.
Gostisbehere will miss his 10th straight game on Monday but head coach Alain Vigneault expects to have him back on Thursday. They Flyers have gone 6-2-1 with 3.33 goals for and 2.56 goals against per game without him so there is no reason for them to rush him back if he's not 100 percent.
Gostisbehere will have arthroscopic surgery on his left knee Tuesday; expected to return miss three weeks.
Gostisbehere was hurt late in Wednesday's game in Carolina and missed Thursday's game vs. the Capitals. The third-pairing defenseman is scheduled to undergo surgery next Tuesday and will keep him sidelined until late-January/early-February.
Source: @NHLFlyers 01/9/20, 3:28 pm EST
Gostisbehere (knee) will not play on Wednesday.
Gostisbehere is dealing with a knee injury and underwent an MRI earlier today. Mark Friedman was called-up from the AHL this afternoon and will make his season debut in Gostisbehere’s place and Travis Sanheim will see power-play time.
Gostisbehere will be back in the Flyers lineup on Saturday.
Gostisbehere was a healthy scratch for the last three games but will replace Philippe Myers in the lineup on Friday. Gostisbehere has been held pointless for six straight games and has just six points (1G / 5A) in 22 games this season.
Gostisbehere is expected to be a healthy scratch for the second straight game.
Gostisbehere was a bit of a surprise scratch on Saturday afternoon but will be held out of Monday's game as well. With Gostisbehere out, the Flyers will roll with a third-pair of Robert Hagg and Philippe Myers and Travis Sanheim will see PP2 time.
Gostisbehere is not on the ice for warmups; will not play vs. the Flames.
Gostisbehere (lower-body) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play Saturday afternoon.
Gostisbehere has missed the last three games but is set to return on Saturday afternoon. Gosisbehere has been a bit disappointing this season, picking up just 20 points (5G / 15A) in 48 games.
Source: Dave Isaac 02/2/19, 12:43 pm EST
Gostisbehere (lower-body) will not play Thursday in Boston.
Gostisbehere (lower-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Gostisbehere was a late-scratch from Monday’s game against the Jets and has already been ruled out for Tuesday’s game in New York. Look for Ivan Provorov and Travis Sanheim to play huge minutes and eat-up the power-play time while Gostisbehere is out.
Gostisbehere (lower-body) was a late scratch on Monday.
Gostisbehere was expected to be in the Flyers lineup on Monday but the team announced he would miss the game right at 7:00 pm. This is a tough break for them as the Flyers lack offensive talent on the back-end outside of Gostisbehere, Ivan Provorov and Travis Sanheim.
Source: @NHLFlyers 01/28/19, 7:57 pm EST
Gostisbehere (illness) is expected to be back in the Flyers lineup on Tuesday.
Gostisbehere (illness) is not expected to play Saturday vs. New Jersey.
Gostisbehere (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Gostisbehere has missed the last three games with an upper-body injury that he suffered last Saturday in Toronto, but he was on the ice for today’s morning skate and he said he feels good enough to play. It sounds like Gostisbehere will return, but he is officially listed as a game-time decision.
Gostisbehere (upper-body) will miss at least the next two games.
Gostisbehere will miss the Flyers back-to-back on Wednesday/Thursday but has not been ruled out for Saturday’s home game against the Avalanche. With Gostisbehere still out, Ivan Provorov will continue to be leaned on as the Flyers’ No.1 defenseman.
Source: Dave Isaac 11/1/17, 5:58 am EST
Gostisbehere is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Gostisbehere had to leave Saturday’s game in Toronto with a potential head injury after being blasted from behind by Leo Komarov. With Gostisbehere out, Robert Hagg is skating on the top-pairing with Ivan Provorov and Provorov is on the top power-play unit. Either Samue Morin or Mark Alt will draw into the lineup to game Gostisbehere’s spot.
Source: @NHLFlyers 10/30/17, 7:42 am EST
Gostisbehere (upper-body) says he is “good to go” for the season opener.
Despite Gostisbehere saying that he is ready to play on Wednesday, he skated on the Flyers’ fourth-pairing during Tuesday’s practice, which suggests that he may sit vs. the Sharks. Monitor his status during the Flyers’ morning skate tomorrow.
Source: Dave Isaac 10/3/17, 12:34 pm EST