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  • Lukas Sedlak: Waived unconditionally

    Sedlak was placed on unconditional waivers by Philadelphia on Saturday. Sedlak plans to return home to the Czech Republic to finish his playing career. He picked up eight points through 30 games split between the Avalanche and the Flyers this season.
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  • Flyers' Lukas Sedlak: Returning home

    Sedlak will return home to the Czech Republic and likely play for Pardibuce, Giana Han of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Sedlak was given permission to return home by the Flyers, so he'll be put on unconditional waivers to terminate his contract with the team. The 29-year-old blueliner has picked up three goals and five assists in 30 games this season.
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  • Flyers' Lukas Sedlak: Will not play Saturday

    Sedlak (personal) will not play against the Rangers on Saturday, Adam Kimelman of NHL.com reports. Sedlak has left the team for personal reasons. The 29-year-old defender has three goals and eight points in 27 games this season.
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  • Flyers' Lukas Sedlak: Another two-point showing

    Sedlak logged two helpers in Tuesday's 3-1 win over the Islanders. Sedlak picked up an assist on Travis Sanheim's shorthanded tally in the first period before assisting on Kevin Hayes' goal later in the frame. That's now consecutive two-point games for Sedlak who's up to seven points (two goals, five assists) in 22 games this season. The 29-year-old forward has found a role in Philly's bottom six since being claimed from Colorado in October.
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  • Flyers' Lukas Sedlak: Two points in Saturday's loss

    Sedlak scored a goal on two shots, added an assist and logged two hits in Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Islanders. Sedlak was on a line with Kevin Hayes and Joel Farabee as John Tortorella tried to mix things up yet again. That trio clicked, but the rest of the Flyers' offense went dormant in the team's 10th straight loss. Sedlak hadn't registered a point during the skid prior to Saturday, and he's now at two goals, three helpers, 28 shots on net, 34 hits, 22 blocked shots and a plus-3 rating in 21 contests between the Flyers and the Avalanche this year.
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  • Flyers' Lukas Sedlak: Finally nets long-awaited tally

    Sedlak scored a rare goal during Tuesday's 5-1 victory over the Blues. Sedlak knocked down a shot from the point by Nick Seeler and scored in front of goalie Thomas Greiss. It marked the 29-year-old center's first NHL goal since Feb. 18, 2019. After starting the season with the Avalanche, Sedlak recorded his first Flyers tally in eight outings. He also added three shots and two hits against the Blues.
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  • Flyers' Lukas Sedlak: Slated to play

    Sedlak (undisclosed) is expected to play Tuesday against St. Louis, Bill Meltzer of the Flyers' official site reports. Sedlak was back on the ice for Monday's practice after leaving Saturday's contest versus Ottawa with an apparent injury. He appears to be good to go. Philadelphia is slated to scratch Kieffer Bellows, Olivia Reiner of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
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  • Flyers' Lukas Sedlak: First points since return from KHL

    Sedlak set up two goals Saturday in a 4-3 overtime loss to Carolina. He played 9:18 and had two shots, two blocked shots and a plus-2 rating. Sedlak's helpers were his first NHL points since Feb. 8, 2019 with Columbus. He played the last three seasons in the KHL.
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  • Flyers' Lukas Sedlak: Makes Flyers debut

    Sedlak dressed for his first game and helped the Flyers to a 3-1 victory over the Predators on Saturday. Sedlak, who spent the past three seasons with Chelyabinsk of the KHL, received another chance to establish himself at the NHL level. The 2011 sixth-round draft pick previously went pointless in three appearances with the Avalanche before being claimed off waivers Friday. Sedlak opened Saturday on the fourth line, centering Nicolas Deslauriers and Tanner Laczynski, and generated three shots. Before venturing to the KHL, Sedlak collected 15 goals in 162 games with the Blue Jackets (2016-19).
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  • Flyers' Lukas Sedlak: Flyers claim off waivers

    Philadelphia claimed Sedlak off waivers from Colorado on Wednesday, per Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet. Sedlak had no points, four blocks, and five hits in three games with the Avalanche while averaging 7:42 of ice time. The Flyers claiming him keeps Sedlak in the NHL for now, but he's likely to continue to serve in a strictly fourth line role.
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  • Avalanche's Lukas Sedlak: Goes on waivers

    Sedlak was put on waivers Tuesday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports. Sedlak could be heading to the minors if he clears. He has chipped in one shot on goal, four blocks and five hits in three games this season. Sedlak is still searching for his first point as a member of the Avalanche.
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  • Avalanche's Lukas Sedlak: Quiet in Calgary

    Sedlak had one hit and won one of five faceoffs over 6:44 of ice time in Thursday's 5-3 loss to the Flames. Sedlak centered the fourth line for a second consecutive game. He's averaged 7:48 TOI through the first two contests, and more than a third of his playing time Thursday was spent on the penalty-kill unit. Sedlak is likely keeping the spot warm for Darren Helm, who is getting close in his return from an undisclosed injury.
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  • Avalanche's Lukas Sedlak: Signs one-year deal

    Sedlak agreed to terms on a one-year contract with Colorado on Monday. Sedlak spent the last three seasons playing in the KHL for Chelyabinsk, registering 57 goals and 64 assists in 164 games. During his previous NHL stint with the Blue Jackets, the 2011 sixth-round pick managed just 27 points in 162 contests. If he does make the Opening Night roster next season, the 29-year-old center will almost certainly fill out a bottom-six role for the Avs and may need to serve as a healthy scratch periodically.
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