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Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Andreas Lilja exited Saturday afternoon's game against the Boston Bruins after he was hit near the throat by the puck.
Lilja promptly left toward the locker room early in the first period. It is not immediately known if he'll return to the contest.
The 36-year-old Swede entered the game with three assists and 34 penalty minutes this season.
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Max Talbot and Andreas Lilja are OUT Sunday vs. Penguins.
The FLyers are listing both as day-to-day.
Lilja was struck in the throat Saturday at BOSTON with a deflected puck; Talbot fell on his right shoulder during a fight with Johnny Boychuk.
The good news? Talbot doesn't have a separated or dislocated right shoulder which was feared. Flyers are calling it "upper body."
BOSTON - The Flyers didn't win a shootout in the afternoon - they can't win in the afternoon period _ but they picked up a valuable point in Saturday's 3-2 loss to the Bruins.
And they had to do it without Max Talbot and Andreas Lilja, both of whom were injured.
Talbot has a right shoulder injury and we believe Lilja was struck in the throat off a deflected shot...
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Just a fabulous game. Scott Hartnell's offense and physical play coupled with Kris Letang's outstanding...
Man, the Flyers and Penguins really hate each other, don't they?
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PREVIEW 12:30 AM EDT
In the final installment of their three-game-in-four-day gauntlet and the start of a five-game homestand, the Philadelphia Flyers (41-22-8) return to the Wells Fargo Center to take on the hottest team in the NHL, the Pittsburgh Penguins (44-21-5). The game starts at 12:30 p.m. EDT and will be broadcast nationally on NBC.
This is the fourth of six meetings...
Start drinking, you'll need it. Put on your green ******* O'Lucic t-shirt like a super douchebag, pin on your "Kiss Me I'm Irish" pin although your last name is something like Pallazola or Rask, wear some stupid oversized green hat and throw up all over yourself when the Bruins gets properly ****** by Philly. Happy Saint Patrick's Day.
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The Philadelphia Flyers are having no such issues.
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