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Flyers announce official roster for Phase 3 of NHL’s return to play program

Here’s the official 34-man roster that will chase the Flyers’ third Stanley Cup in a few short weeks.

Boston Bruins v Philadelphia Flyers Photo by Len Redkoles/NHLI via Getty Images

Phase 3 of the NHL’s return to play program is about to be underway at Skate Zone in Vorhees, and the Flyers effectively open training camp 2.0.

After seeing the large majority of the Flyers’ regular roster through photos on social media, we finally have an official look at the 30-skater list —one that included unlimited goalies.


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

For practice sessions, the Flyers will be split into two groups and practice separately to confided to phase 3 and COVID-19 related restrictions. Obviously the practices will be closed to the public, while a limited amount of media will be admitted in for practice each day and will have access to four players and Alain Vignuealt. Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher will speak to reporters today and could be available throughout the camp.

Presumably Fletcher would be the one to comment on any players that opt out of the restart program, though no Flyers of yet have exercised that option —and have until 5pm tonight to do so without penalty.

More to come as hockey finally feels like it’s actually back.

Go Flyers.

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