Patrick finished with 13 goals and 31 points with 115 shots on net in 72 games this season.
The 20-year-old's scoring numbers were nearly identical to his rookie season totals. In 2017-18, he scored 13 goals and 30 points with 127 shots on net. Patrick played one fewer game and averaged fewer shots per contest, but he still tallied 13 markers because of a 1.1 percent increase in his shooting percentage. Patrick also left something to be desired during the stretch run with one point in the final nine games.
Patrick (undisclosed) will miss the season finale against the Hurricanes on Saturday, Adam Kimelman of NHL.com reports.
Patrick's NHL development has been painstakingly slow, as the second overall pick from 2017 finishes his second year with 31 points -- just one more than his rookie campaign. Various injuries haven't paid Patrick any favors, but his lofty draft profile alone leaves hope that he could break out in his third year.
Patrick (undisclosed) will not play in Thursday's contest against the Blues, Bill Meltzer of NHL.com reports.
Patrick was a game-time decision heading into the contest, but seemingly will not play. With Philadelphia out of playoff contention, the club likely doesn't want to rush the Manitoba native back to the ice too soon. The next and final opportunity for Patrick to play would be Saturday's matchup with the Hurricanes.
Patrick (undisclosed) is shaping up to be a game-time decision for Thursday's clash against the Blues, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
With the Flyers out of playoff contention, Patrick could be rested with only two games remaining in the regular season. The second-year pivot only has three points in the last 10 contests, and that includes eight appearances in which he was held off the scoresheet entirely. If you're depending on him Thursday, check back closer to warmups and ahead of the 8:00 p.m. ET puck drop.
Patrick has gone pointless in six straight games with a minus-3 rating during the dry spell.
The 20-year-old last registered a point March 15 against the Maple Leafs. In that game, Patrick recorded two assists to tie his point total from last season. Patrick actually reached both his goal and point number from his rookie season in 10 fewer games, but with the dry spell, he's struck in the tie in both categories. He has 13 goals and 30 points with a minus-6 rating in 69 contests this season.
Patrick posted four shots on goal in a 2-1 overtime victory against the Penguins on Sunday.
It didn't result in a point on Sunday, but Patrick's play has really picked up since the middle of January. He has eight goals and 19 points with a plus-6 rating in the last 26 games. During that stretch, he's posted a 18.2 shooting percentage. That's rather high, but he's also averaging slightly more shots on goal too. Patrick has 13 goals and 30 points in 64 contests this season, which is the exact same totals he posted during his rookie campaign, but he reached those peaks in fewer games during 2018-19.
Patrick (concussion) will rejoin the lineup Saturday against the Islanders, Bill Meltzer of NHL.com reports.
Patrick's return should shore up the Flyers' depth up front for Saturday's contest. The second-year forward is on his way to topping his rookie-season stats, owning 26 points -- 12 goals and 14 assists -- through 59 games. Still, he will need to avoid missing too many more games down the stretch. Patrick may find it difficult to add to that total Saturday against one of the Islanders' netminders, who both rank near the top of the league in GAA this season.
Patrick (concussion) practiced Friday for the second consecutive day, though it's unclear at this point when the Flyers will decide on his status for Saturday's game against the Islanders, Dave Isaac of the Courier Post reports.
Isaac suspects that Patrick will continue to go through concussion protocol when the latest practice session concludes. However, we see it as an encouraging sign that 2017's second overall draft pick has been on the practice rink in back-to-back days.
Patrick (concussion) will need to pass the league's protocol before he is cleared to play against the Islanders on Saturday, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Patrick was able to join the team on the ice for Thursday's practice session and appears to be trending in the right direction. If he is given the green light ahead of Saturday's matchup, the youngster figures to slot into a top-six role. The center needs just four more points to match his rookie campaign total (30) and has 15 more games to do so.
Patrick (upper body) is not on the ice for warmups, indicating he won't play Wednesday against the Capitals, Adam Kimelman of NHL.com reports.
Patrick lasted just 1:36 of ice time in Sunday's game against the Islanders prior to his upper-body injury. Rather than recall a forward from the AHL ranks, the Flyers will roll with 11 forwards and seven defensemen Wednesday against the Capitals, which could suggest Patrick is nearing a return to action. His next opportunity arrives Saturday against the Islanders.
The Flyers will wait until after Wednesday's practice to determine whether Patrick (upper body) will play in the evening's home game against the Capitals, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
In the meantime, we'll be keeping a close eye on the Flyers' transactions to see if there's ultimately an AHL call-up made to compensate for a potential Patrick absence. The second-year center has been quite streaky this season, notching 12 goals and 14 assists over 59 games, and a meager two-point total on the man advantage has made him a major bust relative to his status as the second overall pick from the 2017 draft.
Patrick (upper body) might be an option against Washington on Wednesday, as general manager Chuck Fletcher told reporters, "(He) is a possibility for tomorrow's games. He is on the ice today skating and will be re-evaluated tomorrow."
Patrick took a puck up high versus the Isles on Sunday and was forced to leave the game after just 1:36 of ice time. The center is bogged down in an eight-game goal drought, but has managed to tally three helpers over that stretch. If the Winnipeg native is unable to suit up Wednesday, the club will likely need to promote a player from the minors.
Patrick (laceration) left Sunday's game against the Islanders, Bill Meltzer of NHL.com reports.
Patrick logged just 1:36 of ice time Sunday before exiting the game. Fortunately, Philadelphia has a few days off before hosting Washington on Wednesday. The severity of the injury is unclear at this point.
Patrick has seven goals and 15 points, along with a plus-4 rating, in the last 20 games.
He also has three assists in the last four contests. With how well he's played over the last six weeks, Patrick is closing in on his offensive totals from his rookie season. He has 12 goals and 26 points in 58 games. If he can post two more goals and five additional points during the final five weeks of the season, he will improve upon 2017-18.
Patrick scored a goal and two assists while adding three shots, two blocked shots, two hits and a plus-3 rating in Saturday's 6-5 overtime win over the Red Wings.
The 20-year-old was sluggish coming out of the All-Star break, managing only two goals and an assist in the last nine games with a minus-4 rating, but Patrick snapped out of his slump with authority in this one. On the season, the second overall pick in 2017 has only 12 goals and 23 points in 51 games, but he continues to flash impressive upside.
Patrick has five goals and eight points with a plus-4 rating during the Flyers' eight-game winning streak.
Now, those numbers are a little misleading, as Patrick scored two goals and four points in just one game, but still, he's playing much better as of late. In the 24 contests prior to the hot streak, Patrick had no goals, two assists and a minus-9 rating. He has 10 goals and 19 points in 46 games this season and because of the hot streak, Patrick has a shot at surpassing the numbers from his 30-point rookie season.
Patrick scored twice in Saturday's 5-2 win over the Canadiens.
He's put up four goals and two assists in three games. Patrick has really struggled offensively this season, but his recent few games show a measure of dominance that made him the Flyers' second overall pick in 2017. He's just 20, so Patrick will be inconsistent. But he could come roaring out of the All-Star break.
Patrick scored two goals and two assists in Monday's 7-4 win over the Wild.
The 20-year-old hadn't scored a single point in his last nine games sandwiched around an upper-body injury, but it seems safe to say the Patrick has now fully recovered. The Flyers remain near the bottom of the NHL standings and get mentioned prominently in Jack Hughes chatter, but despite a disappointing showing so far that includes seven goals and 15 points in 39 games this season, Patrick -- the second overall pick in the 2017 draft -- still has plenty of time to demonstrate that the club already has a franchise cornerstone in place.
Patrick (upper body) will return to action Saturday against the Flames, John Boruk of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
It's been a rough start to an NHL career for Patrick, as the second overall pick from the 2017 draft has just 41 points (18 goals, 23 assists) through 106 NHL games. To be fair, he's been buoyed by injuries on several occasions. Look for Patrick to reprise his role on the second line, centering Oskar Lindblom and Jakub Voracek.
When speaking to reporters Friday, coach Scott Gordon didn't rule out the possibility of Patrick (upper body) returning to action Saturday against Calgary, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
On Thursday the Flyers released a report stating they hoped to have Patrick back sometime next week, but it appears as though the 20-year-old pivot may be further along in his recovery than originally expected. Another update on his status should surface prior to puck drop Saturday afternoon.
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