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Flyers defenseman moved to injured reserve?


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Jason Forsythe
March 18, 2024  (10:25 PM)
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Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Ryan Ellis has been moved to the long-term injured reserve. To qualify for the long-term injured reserve (LTIR), a player must miss at least 10 games or 24 days of action. Also, when a player is placed on LTIR, the team can potentially receive some salary cap relief.

Looks like PHI is moving Ryan Ellis to LTIR.

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https://twitter.com/adimarco25/status/1769779641391141031?s=46
Ryan Ellis was acquired by the Flyers from the Nashville Predators in 2021 and played only four games for the Flyers before suffering an injury. Per Flyers President of hockey operations, Keith Jones, Ellis will most likely will not "be able to continue his playing career because of a torn psoas muscle in his back." Ellis is currently under contract with the Flyers through the 2026-2027 season and unfortunately will most likely be on injured reserve until the contract ends.
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