The two players left in Philadelphia Flyers training camp as invitees are no longer invited. The Flyers announced Sunday morning that they've cut Adam Mair and Michael Nylander from their professional tryouts, thus sending them home without jobs and trimming the camp roster to 36 players.
Nylander was attempting to make an NHL comeback after a tumultuous few years as property of the Washington Capitals. His huge contract saw his demotion to the AHL, and there, in game with Rochester early last season, he broke his neck and didn't see the ice for the rest of the year.
He had an injury issue in camp as well this year and didn't get into any preseason action, and that likely diminished his chances of a return to the NHL with the Flyers.
Mair also had little chance of actually making the roster, and he only got into one preseason game during his time with the Flyers. He'll be looking for a job now as well.