Flynn (upper body) is back to full health, but will be scratched from the lineup Tuesday against Dallas. Flynn has logged just two games in the Canadiens' last 14 due to injury or as a healthy scratch, so it shouldn't be too surprising coach Claude Julien is in no rush to slot the winger back into the lineup. Given his inability to secure regular ice time even when healthy, the 28-year-old remains a low-end fantasy option.
Flynn (upper body) is listed among the injured ahead of Saturday's game against the Senators, NHL.com reports. Flynn has missed the past seven games, though it's worth noting that he's not showing on injured reserve. Of course, when looking at the game logs over the course of the season, it's difficult to differentiate when he was held out due to injury vs. the contests in which he merely watched from the press box as a healthy scratch.
Flynn (upper body) is projected to be an injured scratch for Saturday's game against the Senators, NHL.com reports. It looks like the depth pivot will miss his fourth consecutive game, with the Habs continuing to fill the bottom six with Phillip Danault and Steve Ott.
Flynn (upper body) is a scratch for Sunday's away contest against the Oilers. Flynn misses his second game in a row and the team has not given any sort of indication of when he may be able to return. Paul Byron will slot back into the lineup Sunday after missing practice earlier in the week and Andreas Martinsen is projected to be a scratch as well.
Coach Claude Julien indicated Wednesday that Flynn (upper body) is considered "extremely doubtful" for Thursday's game against the Flames. Assuming Flynn misses the contest as expected, Michael McCarron would be the likely candidate to replace him in the lineup. His absence shouldn't have a large impact, however, considering neither player produces enough to warrant fantasy ownership in the majority of leagues.
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