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Rotowire: Oct 2 / 8:06a ET
News: Schultz (knee) is skating Sunday, Tim Panaccio of CSN Philly reports.
Impact: Schultz suffered a sprained knee at the end of September and was originally given a 4-to-7 day timeline for a return. It's been four days since that projection was given, so it comes as no surprise Schultz is back on the ice Sunday. It appears he's over the knee injury and as long as he doesn't suffer any setbacks over the next few days, it's safe to assume he'll be healthy for the start of the regular season.
Rotowire: Sep 29 / 6:11a ET
News: Schultz is dealing with a sprained knee, Tim Panaccio of CSN Philadelphia reports.
Impact: The Flyers announced Wednesday that Schultz had suffered a lower-body injury, and was expected to miss 4-to-7 days. The specifics of the ailment were revealed Thursday morning, but the injury is still thought to be minor. Look for Schultz to return to action for the Flyers' final two preseason games.
Rotowire: Sep 28 / 4:52p ET
News: Schultz will be out 4-to-7 days with a lower-body injury.
Impact: Schultz likely won't return to game action until Philadelphia's penultimate preseason contest Oct. 6 against the Rangers, but is expected to be ready for the Flyers' first regular-season contest Oct. 14 against Los Angeles. Owners keeping tabs on Schultz' health can expect an update on his status once he's ready to return to practice.