Interim head coach Mike Yeo brought a cheat sheet to his pregame media availability Wednesday.
Can't blame him.
The Flyers had a litany of injuries entering their game against the Rangers at the Wells Fargo Center (7 p.m. ET/TNT).
Carter Hart (lower body), Patrick Brown (upper body), Cam Atkinson (lower body), Cam York (lower body), Rasmus Ristolainen (upper body) and Nate Thompson (lower body) all missed Wednesday's matchup with New York.
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Yeo said Brown is likely out for the remainder of the season. Entering Wednesday night, the Flyers had nine games left in their highly disappointing 2021-22 campaign.
Brown, a 29-year-old fourth-line forward in his first season with the Flyers, has put up four goals and five assists through 44 games.
Yeo said the Flyers are concerned about Hart's status for the rest of the season. The 23-year-old's injury is a new one and not the nagging issue that kept him out of the lineup March 29 for precautionary reasons.
Hart exited the Flyers' 9-2 loss Tuesday night to the Capitals after the first period.
The Flyers were officially eliminated from playoff contention last month, so they have no reason to risk things over this final homestretch.
Zack MacEwen, who missed the last five games because of a head injury, returned to the lineup.
The Flyers called up Tanner Laczynski, Felix Sandstrom and Egor Zamula under emergency conditions. All three entered the lineup.
Here's how the Flyers lined up against the Rangers:
Joel Farabee-Kevin Hayes-Travis Konecny
Noah Cates-Scott Laughton-Owen Tippett
James van Riemsdyk-Morgan Frost-Bobby Brink
Oskar Lindblom-Tanner Laczynski-Zack MacEwen
Ivan Provorov-Travis Sanheim
Egor Zamula-Kevin Connauton
Keith Yandle-Ronnie Attard
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