The Philadelphia Flyers announced they have recalled forwards Joel Farabee and Mikhail Vorobyev from their American Hockey League affiliate, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. In addition, the club has loaned forward Carsen Twarynski to the Phantoms.
The announcement comes today from President of Hockey Operations and General Manager, Chuck Fletcher.
Both Farabee and Vorobyev will be available for Monday's game against the Vegas Golden Knights at the Wells Fargo Center (7 p.m. on NBCSP & 97.5 The Fanatic).
Farabee earns his first recall to the Flyers after being the last member cut during training camp. He has appeared in four games for the Phantoms, recording a point in each of the four contests and posting three goals and four points along with a plus-minus rating of +2. His three goals leads the Phantoms and four points are tied for second, with Vorobyev.
Should Farabee enter the lineup, he will make his NHL debut.
Vorobyev earns his first recall this season. He has appeared in all five games for the Phantoms, posting four points (2g-2a) and a +2 rating. He made his NHL debut last season with the Flyers and recorded two points (1g-1a) in 15 games.
Twarynski appeared in each of the first six games with the Flyers this season which included his NHL debut on Oct. 4 vs. Chicago in the NHL Global Series in Prague. He has one point through the six games played, including his first NHL goal on Oct. 12 at Vancouver. He has averaged 9:52 of ice time and a plus-minus rating of +1.