According to a report from CSNphilly.com, Flyers’ center Blair Betts underwent an MRI on his right shoulder on Thursday and the results returned were negative. He is expected to play in game 7 against the Boston Bruins on Friday in Boston.
Betts, 30, dislocated his shoulder twice in the regular season which caused him to miss close to 20 games. The penalty kill specialist went awkwardly into the penalty box boards in the second period of Wednesday’s, 2-1 Flyers win. He left the ice in agony and holding his shoulder in place. He returned to the bench in the third period but did not play.