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|Last 10 Games|
|Flyers' Timonen Unlikely To Play This Season |
|(9/19/14) Kimmo Timonen (blood clots) in leg confirmed Thursday that the chances of him playing this season are "really slim," Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.|
|Flyers' Timonen Making Apparent Progress |
|(9/11/14) Kimmo Timonen (blood clots) plans on playing in the Flyers' benefit golf invitational Sept. 16, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.|
|Flyers Planning On Season Without Timonen (Clots) |
|(8/30/14) Kimmo Timonen (blood clots) is back in the U.S. after undergoing treatment in Finland, but the Flyers are planning as though he won't be contributing to the squad this season, reports the Courier-Post.|
|Flyers' Timonen Dealing With Blood Clots |
|(8/5/14) Kimmo Timonen is dealing with blood clots in both of his lungs, as well as his right leg, Rogers Sportsnet reports.|
|Flyers Ink Timonen To One-Year Deal |
|(6/13/14) TImonen signed a one-year deal with the Flyers on Friday, the Philadelphia Daily News reports.|
Claude Giroux returns to ice ahead of schedule
Claude Giroux returned to Flyers practice for some light skating and shooting. He was expected to be out two weeks after getting injured on the first day of practice, but it looks like he's a week ahead of schedule on that front.
Flyers D Kimmo Timonen's future still uncertain after blood clots
Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen hopes he'll be able to return to the team after blood clots were found in his leg over the summer. In a press conference, he said it will be months before he knows if he'll be able to resume his career.
Flyers' Timonen Unlikely To Play This Season
Timonen (blood clots) in leg confirmed Thursday that the chances of him playing this season are "really slim," Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
|In early August, Flyers general manager Ron Hextall announced that Kimmo Timonen was receiving treatment for blood clots in both lungs and his right leg. This is a huge blow for the team, as the big Finn was a pivotal member of the Philadelphia blue line and was expected to not only be a key offensive contributor as the highest-scoring defenseman, but also as one-half of the team's top pairing and quarterback of the power play. As it appears likely that this illness will put him on the shelf for the foreseeable future -- and perhaps end his career -- the team took immediate action, signing Michael Del Zotto to a one-year contract in the hopes the young underachiever may be able to backfill some of the void Timonen will leave this season. (Updated 8/13/14) |