"90 per cent chance Gagne is playing," says source close to the series.
Simon Gagne (broken toe) is making a rapid recovery and could skate as soon as Fri.
[Sunday's] game, pitting the Flyers against the Rangers for a playoff spot, delivered a 3.6 rating (107,000 Households) making it the most-watched regular season Flyers game on Comcast SportsNet since the Flyers defeated the Buffalo Sabres on October 22, 2002. That game delivered a 3.7 rating. The Flyers-Rangers game peaked at a 5.9 rating (176,000 HHs) at 5:30 p.m. Fans also tuned in after the game, with Flyers Postgame Live delivering a 2.2 rating (65,000 HHs).
Rick Tocchet will be joining Comcast as studio analyst for the Flyers-Devils series, handling pre and post-game and intermission.
"@NHLFlyers: We are. RT @NHLDevils: There's nothing better than playoff hockey. Who's coming Wednesday night as we begin our quest for the Stanley Cup?"