Timonen (foot) will not play tonight.
Timonen was listed as doubtful so this is not a big surprise. He will miss his second straight game and Andrej Meszaros will get a chance to stay in the lineup vs. the Sharks.
Timonen (foot) is listed as doubtful for tonight's game in San Jose.
Timonen is battling a foot injury that he suffered blocking a shot against the Red Wings last week. Timonen is second on the Flyers in scoring amongst D-men with a two goals and 17 assists (19 points) in 55 games.
Source: Kevin Kurz 02/3/14, 8:35 am EST
Timonen is out with a lower-body injury.
The 38-year-old defenseman has two goals and 17 assists in his 55 games this season. The Finnish Olympian had been bothered by a foot injury recently. He left Tuesday’s game against the Detroit in the second period after blocking a shot. The Flyers officially list Timonen as “day-to-day” with a “lower-body” injury. Timonen didn’t practice with the Flyers Friday. Filling in his place is Andrej Meszaros. The 28-year-old Slovakian has four goals and 11 assists in 32 games this season. All 23 games he’s missed have been as a healthy scratch.
Source: Dave Isaac 02/1/14, 11:14 am EST
Flyers coach Craig Berube said that defenseman Kimmo TImonen would play on Thursday in Anaheim.
Timonen injured his left foot whle blocking a first-period shot during Tuesday’s 5-0 win over the visiting Detroit Red Wings. He played briefly in the second period, but was then replaced and didn’t return. When asked after Wednesday morning’s practice if Timonen would play Thursday, Berube said, “yes.”
Timonen (lower-body) left Tuesday's game in the second period and did not return.
Timonen was injured after blocking a shot against the Red Wings on Tuesday and will not practice Wednesday. However, he will travel with the team on their three-game west coast road-trip. That is good news as far as the severity of the injury is concerned. If it was serious injury, he would be held back in Philly, expect a full update later today.
Kimmo Timonen suffered an upper-body injury late in the second period of Saturday afternoon’s 5-1 slaughter of the Flyers at the hands of the Dallas Stars
He took a crosscheck from Jamie Benn that period and did not return. Timonen is listed as day to day. “I’ve seen better days,” Timonen said. He denied he was injured during the crosscheck, but would not elaborate on how it occurred.
Kimmo Timonen (lower-body) is practicing this morning.
Timonen left Thursday's game with a lower-body injury and did not return. The Flyers did not play over the weekend and don't play again until Thursday, Timonen will likely be ready to go. Reports are that he doesn't appear to have any restrictions this morning so that is a good sign that he will be available vs. the Rangers.
Source: Dave Isaac 10/21/13, 6:56 am EST
Timonen is day-to-day with a lower-body injury.
Timonen left Thursday's game after playing 13:00 - he was a minus-2 in the game.
Timonen suffered a lower-body injury and will not return to tonight's Flyers-Penguins game.
Timonen appeared in 19 shifts through the first two periods of play and posted 13 minutes of ice time, before leaving the game. He has played in all seven games so far this season, going scoreless and recording 21:43 of ice time to lead all defensemen and second-most on the team, behind only Claude Giroux (22:04).
Kimmo Timonen will miss the final two games with a foot fracture.
If you are counting on Timonen this week, drop him immediately.
Timonen will be a game-time decision, but seems likely to play.
Timonen left Thursday's game with an undisclosed injury. Monitor his status prior to today's 3pm EST puck-drop.
Kimmo Timonen (undisclosed injury) is a game-time decision tomorrow in Winnipeg.
Timonen left yesterday's game with an undisclosed injury and did not return. Monitor his status prior to tomorrow's game. This would be a big loss to a Flyers team who have won four straight.
Looking more like Timonen will be a game-time decision.
Timonen is the Flyers' anchor on the PP so if he misses time, this could open up opportunity for any of the other Flyers Dmen to step up into more scoring opportunities.
Kimmo Timonen WILL be in today's lineup vs. Ottawa announced #Flyers head coach Peter Laviolette.
Timonen's return should be a big boost for the Flyers. The veteran defenseman has four goals and 42 points in 71 games.
Source: @NHLFlyers 03/31/12, 7:02 am EST
#Flyers GM Paul Holmgren also announced that defenseman Kimmo Timonen is probable for tomorrow.
Sounds like Timonen is close to returning. The veteran defenseman has four goals and 42 points in 71 games.
Source: @NHLFlyers 03/30/12, 2:43 pm EST
Kimmo is also listed as day to say with upper-body injury. #Flyers
Timonen has been playing hurt most of the year so a few games off should be expected. The veteran defenseman has four goals and 42 points in 71 games.
Look for Timonen to draw back in tonight. He scored two goals and 36 points in 63 games this season.
Skating Wounded on the ice: Voracek, Kubina, Timonen w/coaches
All three players skating is a good sign. Prior to getting hurt, Timonen played the last 248 games.
Kimmo Timonen, who will miss his third straight game tonight, skated hard Thursday morning at Skate Zone.
Timonen is expected to miss a few more games. He scored two goals and 36 points in 63 games this season. Prior to getting hurt, Timonen played the last 248 games.
Source: CSN Philly 03/8/12, 5:36 am EST
#Flyers GM Paul Holmgren says that Jaromir Jagr probably will not play tomorrow. Timonen & Meszaros will not play.
Timonen is expected to miss a few games. He scored two goals and 36 points in 63 games this season. He previously played the last 248 games.
Source: @NHLFlyers 03/7/12, 9:03 am EST