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OTF: Flyers recall D TJ Brennan and G Alex Lyon

Club also places Brandon Manning and Michal Neuvirth on Injured Reserve

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The Philadelphia Flyers announced the following transactions today, according to general manager Ron Hextall:

* Flyers place defenseman Brandon Manning and goaltender Michal Neuvirth on Injured Reserve. 

* The club has recalled defenseman TJ Brennan and goaltender Alex Lyon from their AHL affiliate, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms.

Both Brennan and Lyon will be available for tonight's game at Edmonton (9:30 pm ET: NBCSP & 97.5 The Fanatic). Brennan will wear #43 and Lyon will wear #49. Below are news & notes on each player.

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OTF: Gudas suspended 10 games by NHL

Department of Player Safety hands down verdict on Flyers defenseman

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The National Hockey League's department of player safety announced that they have suspended Flyers defenseman, Radko Gudas, for 10 games as a result of his penalty against Jets' forward Mathieu Perreault in the club's Nov. 16 game at Winnipeg.

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OTF: Weal out vs. Flames

Forward to miss matinee game at Wells Fargo Center with upper-body injury

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Prior to today's matinee game, Flyers GM Ron Hextall announced that forward Jordan Weal will not be in the lineup vs. Calgary due to an upper-body injury. He is listed as day-to-day.

This will be Weal's third missed game this season after being sidelined with an upper-body injury for back-to-back games on Oct. 19 & 21. Weal has two goals and four assists for six points in 17 games this season while averaging 13:49 of ice time.

Weal had primarily been on a line with Valtteri Filppula centering and Travis Konecny on the right side, but also appeared in one game as center with Wayne Simmonds and Dale Weise on either side in the Flyers 3-0 loss at Minnesota on Tuesday.

For more on today's game, check out the 5 THINGS you need to know before puck drop.

Today's start time is officially listed at 1:08 p.m. and can be viewed on the NBC Sports Philadelphia and listened live on 97.5 The Fanatic.

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OTF: Patrick returns to lineup tonight vs. Jets

Rookie forward makes his return after missing nine games

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Following the team's morning skate in Winnipeg, Flyers head coach Dave Hakstol announced that rookie forward Nolan Patrick is ready to go and will return to the lineup tonight at Winnipeg.

"He's handled things very well. He's got very good poise in all different situations and obviously being challenged with an injure early on isn't ideal, but again, it's another learning experience that a player has to handle and handle well."

This will be his first game action since leaving the Flyers-Ducks game on Oct. 24 with an upper-body injury that has caused him to miss nine games.

As for returning from injury, Patrick also noted that he's ready to go and won't have any hesitation to play his game. 

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POSTGAME 5: Snowed In

Flyers fight back to get a point, but Avalanche take 5-4 shootout win over Flyers

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1. HERE'S WHAT HAPPENED
The Flyers and Avs exchanged leads in a see-saw battle that went past regulation, but it was Mikko Rantanen's goal in the third attempt of a shootout that gave the Avalanche an extra point and a 5-4 win over the Flyers on Saturday night at the Wells Fargo Center.

The Avs got out to a 1-0 lead by scoring with just 1.2 seconds left in the first period on a face-off while on the power play, but the Flyers countered with two straight goals six minutes into the second for a 2-1 lead.

Colorado answered with two consecutive goals of their own to grab the lead back, including a shorthanded tally to tie it at 2-2, but Jakub Voracek batted in a puck at a sharp angle just inside the post to tie it at 3-3. The teams traded goals yet again with Nail Yakupov regaining the lead for Colorado and Dale Weise scoring his second of the year to tie it up for a fourth and final time in this one.

The two teams combined for 11 shots in the five minute, 3-on-3 overtime with both goaltenders up to the challenge. Michal Neuvirth finished the game with 23 total saves, while Semyon Varlamov stopped 33 shots, including 2 of 3 skaters in the shootout to preserve the win.

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POSTGAME 5: Fountain of Youth

Flyers ride young defense, Neuvirth to shut out Blues, 2-0

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1. HERE'S WHAT HAPPENED

Michal Neuvirth stopped every shot he saw and the Flyers group of young defensemen shut down the Blues for a 2-0 win at St. Louis on Thursday night.

Brandon Manning scored a goal 38 seconds into the second period and a late empty-netter gave the Flyers a big win on the second of a back-to-back… The Blues pressed all game and Neuvirth was there to make the save each time, including a spectacular glove save on partial breakaway on former Flyer Brayden Schenn… Claude Giroux iced the contest with six seconds left.

All told, Neuvirth stopped 33 shots, while Jake Allen yielded just one goal on 22 shots but it was enough to take the loss. 

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POSTGAME 5: Nothing to show for it

Flyers press hard, but can't beat Crawford in 3-0 loss to Blackhawks

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1. HERE'S WHAT HAPPENED

The Flyers fired 35 shots, including 15 in the third period, and had several scoring chances but couldn't get one past goaltender Corey Crawford to take a 3-0 loss on Wednesday Night Rivalry in Chicago.

The two teams were scoreless for nearly 30 minutes into the game, but Chicago capitalized on their fourth power play to take the opening lead. Just 20 second later, Hawks captain Jonathan Toews jumped on a bouncing puck and beat Brian Elliott on a breakaway to take a 2-0 lead.

From there, the Hawks shut it down in the third and added an empty net goal to end their three-game losing skid. Elliott stopped 32 of 34 shots in the loss while Crawford stopped all 35 he faced.

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OTF: Gudas injured vs. Blackhawks

Defenseman leaves game at Chicago with upper-body injury

by PhiladelphiaFlyers.com @NHLFlyers / http://www.philadelphiaflyers.com

During the second period, Flyers GM Ron Hextall announced that defenseman Radko Gudas has an upper-body injury and will not return to tonight's Flyers-Blackhawks game at the United Center in Chicago.

Gudas appeared in 6:20 of ice time on nine shifts and one hit prior to leaving.

Gudas has appeared in all 13 games this season, and prior to tonight, he posted two assists, while averaging 17:12 of ice time. He also ranks second on the team with 29 hits and is tied for second with 18 blocks.

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OTF: Flyers recall D Will O'Neill

Patrick, MacDonald on IR and other roster notes from practice

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The Philadelphia Flyers announced today that they have recalled defenseman Will O'Neill from their American Hockey League affiliate, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, according to GM Ron Hextall.

Hextall also announced that forward Nolan Patrick and Andrew MacDonald are on injured reserve. Patrick, along with defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere, skated on their own before practice today and are still listed as day-to-day with upper-body injuries. Both players will not accompany the team on their two-game trip to Chicago and St. Louis.

O'Neill receives first recall to the Flyers this season. He has appeared in nine games for the Phantoms this season, recording three points (1g-2a). 

"It's my first time here and it's been a long time coming for me so I'm excited and looking forward to it," said O'Neill, who if he gets in the lineup, would be making his NHL debut. 

Video: O'Neill chats with media after being called up

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POSTGAME 5: Point Gained; Point Lost

Flyers force OT in final minute but fall in OT, 4-3, to Coyotes

by PhiladelphiaFlyers.com @NHLFlyers / http://www.philadelphiaflyers.com

1. HERE'S WHAT HAPPENED
The Flyers salvaged a point in the standings with an impressive third period comeback, but the Coyotes ended the game with 14 seconds remaining in overtime for their first win of the season, 4-3 at the Wells Fargo Center.

The Flyers fell behind by two goals in the first period, and after a scoreless second period, the Coyotes capitalized on an early power-play in the third to make it an 0-3 deficit. Sean Couturier scored on the power-play a minute later and the Flyers pressed hard in the final minute of play, receiving goals from Jordan Weal and another from Couturier with 16 seconds left in the third to force overtime.

After killing off a penalty in the extra session, the Flyers gave up a 3-on-2 with their leading scorer, rookie Clayton Keller, holding onto the puck and feeding Alex Goligoski, who one-timed it past Brian Elliott.

Elliott stopped 30 of 34 shots, while Coyotes netminder Scott Wedgewood made 28 saves for the win.

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