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2022
2021 72.756.6 11 19 30 -9 16:25
2020 72.758.1 9 11 20 13 15:24
3y Avg. 78.257.1 11 15 26 6 15:40
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: Notches assist

    Laughton produced an assist, two hits and two PIM in Monday's 3-1 loss to the Blackhawks. Laughton has seen a significant role in 11 games since returning from a concussion, but he has picked up only two assists in that span. The 27-year-old forward reached the 30-point mark for just the second time in his career with 11 goals and 19 helpers. He's added 107 shots on net, 150 hits, 35 PIM and a minus-9 rating in 65 outings.
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: Back in action against Jackets

    Laughton (concussion) will return to the lineup versus Columbus on Tuesday, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Laughton rejoins the squad for the first time since March 10 against the Panthers when he suffered a concussion, a stretch of 12 games on injured reserve. With Laughton available to resume his spot at third-line center, the Flyers have shuffled their lines around, including putting Travis Konecny with Laughton in order to give themselves some more scoring combinations. If the 27-year-old Ontario native can pick up just five more points down the stretch, he'll top his previous career best set back in 2018-19.
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: Unavailable Sunday

    Laughton (concussion) is not expected to play Sunday against the Rangers. Laughton has been cleared to play but the team isn't quite ready to get him back into game action. The 27-year-old is expected to miss his 12th straight game Sunday. He could return as early as Tuesday against Columbus.
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: Won't play Saturday

    Laughton (concussion) won't play Saturday versus the Maple Leafs, Olivia Reiner of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Laughton has been cleared to play, but he'll remain on injured reserve to get back up to speed before his return. The center's next chance to play is Sunday versus the Rangers, but it's unclear if he'll draw into that contest given that it's the second half of a back-to-back.
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: Cleared to return

    Laughton (concussion) has been cleared to resume playing. Laughton will need to be removed from injured reserve before he's officially eligible to return to action, but that could happen as soon as Saturday's game against Toronto. Considering that the Flyers are out of playoff contention and Laughton hasn't played in a game since March 10, it's also possible that the Flyers will give him a few more days to prepare before thrusting the center back onto the ice.
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: Nearing return to practice

    Laughton (concussion) may be cleared to practice with the team Thursday, Jordan Hall of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Based on the team's update, Laughton probably shouldn't be expected to immediately rejoin the lineup but the fact that he is able to start skating with the team is a step in the right direction. Prior to his two-game absence, the Ontario native had garnered five points in his last six contests along with eight shots, 12 hits and nine blocks. Whenever Laughton is cleared to play, he could challenge for a top-six role, especially if Claude Giroux is shipped out at the deadline.
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: Placed on IR

    Laughton (concussion) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, per CapFriendly. Considering Laughton is out indefinitely with a concussion, it's no surprise the Flyers moved him to IR to free up a roster spot. Given the Flyers' place in the standings, there's no guarantee the 27-year-old will be back this season if his recovery moves slowly.
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: Dealing with concussion

    Laughton (concussion) is out indefinitely, Giana Han of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Laughton suffered the injury Thursday against the Panthers. Return timelines on head injuries can always be hard to nail down so he'll be considered out indefinitely. The 27-year-old has 28 points through 54 games this season.
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: Exits with head injury

    Laughton (head) will not return to Thursday's game versus the Panthers. Laughton fell awkwardly into the boards during the second period, hitting his head in the process. It's unclear if he'll be available for Saturday's game versus the Hurricanes, as he'll undergo further evaluation.
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: Posts pair of helpers

    Laughton generated two assists during Tuesday's win over Vegas. That was the second multi-point effort by Laughton in the past three contests. He's up to 11 goals and 28 points in 53 outings this season. Laughton is filling in as the Flyers' top center, so he's seeing more ice time than ever before.
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: First goal in six games

    Laughton had a goal and an assist in a 5-4 loss to the Wild on Thursday. He staked the Flyers to a 1-0 lead when he got the puck on a giveaway by Marcus Foligno, skated into the Minny zone and scored from in close. Laughton's goal was his first in six games. He has 11 goals in 15 assists in 51 games.
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: Two points in OT loss

    Laughton scored a goal and an assist in Tuesday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Penguins. Both both came in the second period as the Flyers surged out to a 4-2 lead, but the offense fell silent after that. Laughton extended his point streak to six games with the performance, and since returning from a stint in the COVID-19 protocols in early January he's piled up four goals and 14 points in 16 contests.
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: Five-game, six-point streak

    Laughton scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 4-2 loss to Detroit. Quietly, Laughton has rung up a five-game, six-point scoring streak (three goals, three assists). His overall output of 21 points in 44 games is unremarkable, but it's enough to put him on a career pace. And with the Flyers weighing trade options on Claude Giroux, Laughton could be the team's top pivot in short order. There's value in that.
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: Clutch goal ends team's woeful skid

    Laughton secured the game-winning goal in overtime Saturday, with the Flyers posting a 4-3 win over the Kings. Laughton scooped up a rebound that originated from a Cam Atkinson shot to put an end to Philadelphia's 13-game losing skid. We're starting to see consistent play from Laughton, as he's generated a goal and eight assists through 12 games in 2022.
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: Helpers in consecutive contests

    Laughton provided an assist and fired five shots on goal in Monday's 4-1 loss to the Islanders. Laughton helped out on Travis Konecny's second-period tally. The 27-year-old Laughton has picked up assists in each of his last two contests and four in his last six outings. His goal drought is at nine games, but Laughton's game isn't purely aligned with offense. He's at 13 points, 79 hits, 52 shots on net, 14 PIM and a minus-8 rating through 35 contests, typically playing more of a defensive role. He's moved up the lineup with Sean Couturier (upper body) sidelined.
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: Adds assist in loss

    Laughton contributed one assist in a 3-2 loss to the Rangers on Saturday. Laughton has three assists over his last five contests. Through 34 games, the physical center has six goals and six assists this season, which fits right in with his usual pace.
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: Snags assist in return

    Laughton logged an assist in Tuesday's 4-1 loss to the Ducks. Laughton cleared the COVID-19 protocols Saturday, and he was centering the first line in his first game back with Claude Giroux (protocols), Sean Couturier (upper body) and Derick Brassard (hip) all out. The 27-year-old Laughton is typically more of a defensive, bottom-six forward -- he's likely playing a bit in over his head up the lineup. He's at 10 points, 44 shots on net, 62 hits and a minus-5 rating in 30 outings.
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: Returns from virus protocols

    Laughton exited the NHL's COVID-19 protocols Saturday. Laughton recorded two goals and one assist through his nine December appearances. He will lose only one game to virus protocols. The 27-year-old Canadian had been without a goal through his last three games. Laughton will look to quell a potential drought before it begins upon his return from illness.
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: Designated for protocols

    Laughton entered the league's COVID-19 protocols Monday and is set to miss the team's upcoming four-game road trip, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Considering he is primarily filling a bottom-six role, the fact that Laughton has five points in his last 10 games is quality production. The Ontario native is poised to reach the 20-point threshold for the fifth consecutive season and could even challenge for his career-best 32 set back in 2018-19.
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  • Flyers' Scott Laughton: Sets up opening tally

    Laughton registered an assist in Friday's 4-3 win over the Golden Knights. Laughton set up Kevin Hayes for the opening goal at 4:20 of the first period. While that's a familiar connection, Laughton went on to see 18:21 of ice time in the contest while working on the first line. The 27-year-old is up to eight points, 33 shots on net, 53 hits and a minus-6 rating in 25 appearances. Considering the Flyers snapped a 10-game losing streak, Laughton could get a longer look in the top six, though he shouldn't be counted on for a big uptick in offense.
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