Steve Downie missed his sixth straight game Thursday because of a head injury, but Flyers coach Craig Berube said that when the winger is ready, he wants him back in the lineup.
"I think he's close," Berube said before Thursday's key matchup against Columbus.
Tye McGinn could soon be the odd man out. "I think he's been fine," Berube said of McGinn...
Flyers forward Steve Downie won’t be in the lineup Sunday against the Boston Bruins, but he’s getting closer to a return.
Downie, who sustained an upper-body injury in last weekend’s win over the St. Louis Blues at the Wells Fargo Center, participated in his first full-team practice Saturday morning.
“I feel pretty good, actually,” Downie said. “I’m almost ready....
Steve Downie suffered an upper-body injury in the opening minutes of Saturday's game against the St. Louis Blues. (Photo by Amy Irvin/38Photography)
Early in Saturday's game against the St. Louis Blues, Flyers forward Steve Downie suffered an upper-body injury that forced him out of the game.
The play looked harmless and accidental. Downie and Blues forward Patrik Berglund...
The Philadelphia Flyers lost gritty forward Steve Downie early in this afternoon’s contest against St. Louis. He skated into St. Louis Blues forward Patrik Berglund and appeared to be accidentally hit in the head as a result.
There was no penalty on the play.
Downie fell to the ice and although he was eventually able to skate off on his own strength, he went straight for the...
Would not surprise me if Downie concussed himself on that collision. Holmgren says he's out w/upper body injury
— Tim Panaccio (@tpanotchCSN) March 22, 2014
Watch the play below... Continue reading "Video- Steve Downie Out With Upper-Body Injury"
Steve Downie will be out for 7-10 days with an upper-body injury. (Photo Courtesy of ESPN.com)
Some news on the injury front surfaced just hours before puck drop of tonight's game for the Philadelphia Flyers against the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Flyers GM Paul Holmgren announced that forward Steve Downie will be out for 7-10 days with an upper-body injury.
Downie practiced with...
During the Philadelphia Flyers-Washington Capitals game on Friday, newly acquired Philly defenseman Steve Downie got into a bit of a tustle with the Caps’ Aaron Volpatti. On the surface, the fight seemed like your everyday run-of-the-mill bout, but Volpatti got one punch in that really did a number on Downie’s face.
And here’s a picture from Downie’s return to hockey on...
During the Philadelphia Flyers-Washington Capitals tilt last Friday, Steve Downie, an agitator of some renown, squared off with Aaron Volpatti in a particularly brutal brawl (video below), at least for Downie. It was Downie’s first game with the Flyers after being traded from the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday, so Downie appeared to show some interest […]The post Steve Downie...
Hockey insider John Shannon has reported that Flyers winger Steve Downie does not have a concussion.
Shannon elaborated by saying that Downie does have a broken orbital bone, which he suffered in his fight.
After being rushed to the hospital yesterday, there was a lot of worry in the Flyers community focused on Downie’s health. This is certainly good news.
Flyers forward Tye McGinn...
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