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Parent out 10 days with groin injury

As if the Flyers’ defense wasn’t shaky enough, third-pairing defenseman Ryan Parent left Friday’s 4-2 loss to the Florida Panthers with an apparent groin injury.  He will miss up to 10 days and will be replaced on the active roster by Ole-Kristian Tollefsen.

Parent has suffered groin injuries in the past and has recovered fairly quickly from them.

The new third pairing of Tollefsen and Danny Syvret is a combined minus-2 and both individually have been below average.  MA Bourdon will likely be called up from the Phantoms as the seventh practice defenseman. The Flyers will be at home for the next three contests.

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Flyers sign Bourdon to entry-level contract

Just one year after drafting 2008 QMJHL Defenseman of the Year Marc-Andre Bourdon, 67th overall in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft, the two-way blue liner is going pro.  On Friday, the Flyers inked Bourdon to an entry-level deal, in which terms were not disclosed.

“Marc-Andre turns pro after an outstanding 2008-09 season in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, where he was honored for his play during the regular season and in the playoffs,” said Flyers’ General Manager Paul Holmgren. “We believe Marc-Andre has tremendous potential to develop into a solid defenseman at the next level.”

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