The Flyers have placed Nolan Patrick on LTIR.
Patrick is dealing with a migraine disorder and still hasn't been cleared to practice with his teammates. The move to LTIR enables the Flyers to carry Morgan Frost on the roster and activate Scott Laughton from LTIR. There is no timetable for Patrick's return at this moment.
Patrick has been diagnosed with migraine disorder and is listed as week-to-week.
Patrick will not be going to Europe to start the season and is officially listed as week-to-week. With Patrick missing a couple of weeks, Connor Bunnaman is expected to serve as the Flyers fourth-line centre to begin the season.
Source: @NHLFlyers 09/26/19, 3:08 pm EST
Patrick (upper-body) is expected to miss opening night (Oct.4).
Flyers’ GM Chuck Fletcher will have an update on Patrick’s status in the next couple of days. At this point, it looks like Patrick will miss the start of the NHL season, which opens the door for Joel Farabee to crack the opening night roster.
Patrick (upper-body) will not play on Thursday.
Patrick (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Scott Laughton moved up to the Flyers second line in the morning skate because Patrick took the session off. Patrick is questionable and listed as a game-time decision for tonight’s game.
Patrick (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Patrick was forced to leave Sunday’s game against the Islanders with an upper-body injury but skated on Tuesday and Wednesday morning and will be a game-time decision vs. the Capitals. Patrick said he is “feeling good” but the Flyers will roll with 11 forwards and seven defensemen if he can't play.
Patrick (upper-body) is a “possibility” to play on Wednesday.
Patrick was hurt in the first period of Sunday’s win over the Islanders but was on the ice on Monday and could play tomorrow. Patrick will be re-evaluated on Wednesday and his status for the game will be determined after the morning skate.
Patrick (upper-body) will return to the Flyers lineup on Saturday.
Patrick has missed the last four games but is set to return to the Wild lineup on Saturday afternoon. Patrick has had another slow start, collecting just 11 points (5G / 6A) in 33 games this season.
Source: John Boruk 01/5/19, 12:16 pm EST
Patrick (upper-body) will miss the next 4-to-5 days.
Patrick is expected to miss the rest of the Flyers road-trip, which consists of three games in four days. Patrick was forced to leave Tuesday’s game in Tampa Bay after logging 7:03 TOI and did not return. Jordan Weal will replace him in the lineup on Saturday.
Source: Dave Isaac 12/28/18, 6:13 pm EST
Patrick (upper-body) is on the ice for warmups; expected to return to the Flyers lineup this afternoon.
Patrick has missed the last two games, but is expected to play today vs. the Devils. The second-year centre has no points and a minus-5 rating while averaging just 11:48 TOI/GM through four games this season.
Patrick (upper-body) is nearing a return but will not play on Tuesday.
Patrick is “almost ready to return” Flyers head coach Dave Hakstol told reporters on Tuesday. Patrick will sit out for his second straight game, which means Jordan Weal will continue to centre the Flyers temporary second line.
Patrick will miss 7-10 days with an upper-body injury.
Patrick was hurt during the Flyers 7-4 in Ottawa on Wednesday. The second-year forward was hit in the face with a stick and later got crushed by Mark Stone and promptly left the ice and didn’t return. Patrick is expected to miss 2-to-4 games if the Flyers original timetable is accurate. Jordan Weal or Mikhail Vorobyev will move up into the second-line centre roll with Patrick out.
Patrick (upper-body) will return to the Flyers lineup in Winnipeg.
Patrick (upper-body) id doubtful for Tuesday in Minnesota; possible to play Thursday in Winnipeg.
Patrick has missed his last eight games with an upper-body injury and is expected to miss his ninth game on Tuesday. Monitor his status leaving up to Thursday’s contest.
Source: Jason Bell 11/14/17, 4:52 am EST
Flyers are hopeful that Patrick (upper-body) will return to the lineup next Tuesday.
Patrick (upper-body) will not travel on the Flyers two-game road trip.
Patrick has been sidelined since October 26th, missing the last three games and will miss at least the next two contests with an upper-body injury. The rookie could be set to return to the lineup when the Flyers return home for Saturday’s meeting with the Avalanche.
Patrick (upper-body) will miss his second straight game.
Patrick was hurt on Tuesday but was surprisingly on the ice for practice the next day before being held out of the lineup on Thursday. He remains sidelined and will miss tonight's contest in Toronto; consider him day-to-day.
Source: Dave Isaac 10/28/17, 7:33 am EST
Patrick will not be in the lineup on Tuesday because of an upper-body injury.
Patrick (upper-body) practiced on Wednesday; says he will play on Thursday.
Patrick left Tuesday’s game after getting knocked head-first into the glass, but was on the ice this morning and won’t miss any time. This is great news because it looked like Patrick could have suffered a concussion.
Patrick left Tuesday’s game with an upper-body injury and did not return.
Patrick was forced to leave Tuesday’s game with a possible concussion after being knocked into the glass head-first in the second period. The summer’s No.2 overall pick has had a slow start to his rookie campaign, picking up just one goal and two assists (three points) in nine games. Patrick seems unlikely to play Thursday in Ottawa.