Forward Nolan Patrick, who is dealing with a migraine disorder, will miss the start of the regular season for the Philadelphia Flyers, the team announced Thursday.
General manager Chuck Fletcher said Patrick, a 21-year-old who was the Flyers’ first-round pick in 2017, will be sidelined indefinitely and won’t make the team’s trip to Europe for Monday’s preseason game in Switzerland or the season opener against the Chicago Blackhawks in Prague on Oct. 4.
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Patrick, who consulted with the Flyers’ medical staff and University of Michigan specialist Dr. Jeffrey Kutcher, has been skating and working out on his own since missing training camp.
According to Fletcher, doctors don’t...
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