Another Flyer underwent surgery and is already in rehab.
Defenseman Sam Morin, who was a call-up for the Flyers' final road game in New Jersey, underwent successful surgery on both wrists recently.
General manager Ron Hextall would not discuss the surgery or why it was performed but confirmed to CSNPhilly.com that it had occurred early Saturday morning.
Morin, who clearly demonstrated in his only appearance with the club that he is NHL ready, is expected to compete for at one or possibly two openings this fall in training camp.
Tony Androckitis, who covers the Lehigh Valley Phantoms for Highland Park Hockey, first reported Friday that Morin appeared to have had surgery on his right wrist. Turns out, it was both wrists.
Wrist surgery is not an unusual one for the Flyers.
Claude Giroux had dual wrist surgery in July 2012.
VOORHEES, N.J. — Petr Mrazek was the first Flyer on the ice for Wednesday's practice, spending considerable time with goaltending coach Kim Dillabaugh.
"We talked about strategy a little bit, how to square up to the puck, how to help the D and the PK and how to manage things," Mrazek said. "I think we had a good conversation and I'm looking forward to working with him and try and help the team."
Mrazek was also the first guy off the ice, an early indication that he'll make his Flyers debut Thursday at the Wells Fargo Center. Mrazek spent his first day in Philadelphia serving as Alex Lyon's backup and watched his new team from the bench, quickly noticing how the Flyers moved the puck from zone-to-zone.
"Everyone was really fast in transition yesterday. We were trying to get the puck out of the zone as quick as we can," Mrazek said.
Mrazek believes he can help facilitate quick breakouts with the way he plays the puck and working the puck to his defensemen.
"I'm really confident in playing the puck and helping the defense," Mrazek said. "I like to be involved behind the net and put the puck on their sticks and get the puck out of the zone. Especially on the road, it's very important when teams chip the puck behind the net and try to make play out there."
Playing the puck efficiently will certainly help Mrazek rest easier, as was his first night in Philadelphia. Staying at a nearby hotel, Mrazek was able to get a good night's rest after barely getting any sleep the night he was traded to Philadelphia.
"I was fine today," he said, "but yesterday when I woke up at four in the morning I asked myself, 'Is this really happening?'"
VOORHEES, N.J. — T.K. appears to be OK.
The Flyers have apparently survived a scare, even though Travis Konecny sat out Wednesday's workout. The Flyers' winger was given a maintenance day to recover from soreness from Tuesday's win over the Canadiens.
General manager Ron Hextall listed Konecny as probable after he took a slap shot off his left skate in the first period that severely hampered his mobility.
Konecny labored throughout the majority of the game, unable to sustain for prolonged periods with nine shifts under 30 seconds. The 20-year-old winger has been a primary contributor during the Flyers' second-half surge with 24 points (11 goals, 13 assists) in his last 24 games since being moved up to the Flyers' top line.
Tuesday night was just the seventh time during that 24-game span Konecny failed to register a point. The Flyers will make a determination following Thursday's morning skate regarding his availability against the Blue Jackets.
"Either you can play or you can't this time of year," Dave Hakstol said. "Nobody would be surprised to know that around the league there's a lot of guys that play at a little bit less than 100 percent. This time of year, that's how it is. You have to be able to do your job at a high level. That's the line — you're on one side of it or the other, and we'll make that decision."
Taylor Leier, a healthy scratch the past seven games, skated in Konecny's spot on the Flyers' top line with Claude Giroux and Sean Couturier.