As Training Camp Opens, Flyers Release Roster

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The day has finally arrived. Following Friday’s announcement of an agreement between the NHL and NHLPA approving Return to Play protocols and an extension to the Collective Bargaining Agreement, official team training camps are opening this morning. As such, the Flyers have announced their official training camp roster:

(10) Andy Andreoff LW
(11)Travis Konecny RW
(12) Michael Raffl RW
(13) Kevin Hayes C
(14) Sean Couturier C
(18) Tyler Pitlick C
(21) Scott Laughton C
(25) James van Riemsdyk LW
(28) Claude Giroux LW
(38) Derek Grant C
(44) Nate Thompson C
(48) Morgan Frost C
(49) Joel Farabee RW
(50) German Rubtsov C
(62) Nicolas Aube-Kubel RW
(81) Carsen Twarynski LW
(82) Connor Bunnaman C
(93) Jakub Voracek RW

(3) Andy Welinski D
(5) Philippe Myers D
(6) Travis Sanheim D
(8) Robert Hagg D
(9) Ivan Provorov D
(15) Matt Niskanen D
(26) Tyler Wotherspoon D
(39) Nate Prosser D
(53) Shayne GostisbehereD
(54) Egor Zamula D
(59) Mark Friedman D
(61) Justin Braun D

(34) Alex Lyon G
(37) Brian Elliott G
(67) Kirill Ustimenko G
(79) Carter Hart G

The training camp roster will be split into two groups that will take the ice during different windows, one in the morning and one in the mid-afternoon. The Flyers will continue Phase 3 training camp until they depart for Toronto on July 26. The team will also have an exhibition game sometime between July 28-30. The opponent and time of the exhibition game are still yet to be announced.

The Flyers will enter Phase 4’s Round Robin with a legitimate shot at the top seed in the Eastern Conference, as they’ll take on Boston, Washington, and Tampa Bay:

  • Sunday, August 2: Flyers v. Bruins
  • Thursday, August 6: Flyers v. Capitals
  • Sunday, August 9: Flyers v. Lightning

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