Those concerned about the health of high-scoring Flyers winger Jake Voracek can exhale.

Voracek who finished tied for eighth in the NHL with a team-high 22 goals last season will play in Wednesday's opener against the visiting Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Paul Holmgren said.

The 24-year-old Voracek injured his lower back when he crashed into the left post in a 2-1 preseason loss to New Jersey last Tuesday. He missed the last two exhibition games.

Voracek was back on the ice at the Flyers practice in Voorhees on Sunday but he did not skate with his linemates during drills. Brayden Schenn took his spot was on the top line with Claude Giroux and Scott Hartnell.

Voracek skated for about 35 minutes.

"That was the plan going in" Holmgren said after the practice session. "We took him off the ice just to hold him back a little bit but he's doing fine. I have no doubt in saying he'll be a player on Wednesday."

"Jake obviously adds a different element to our line" Hartnell said. "He's quick; he's fast; he's explosive; and he can make plays especially on the power play. He does a great job on the back side."

The other lines Sunday: Vinny Lecavalier centering Wayne Simmonds and Matt Read; Sean Couturier centering Adam Hall and Max Talbot; and Scott Laughton centering Zac Rinaldo and Jay Rosehill.

The defensive pairings: Kimmo Timonen and Braydon Coburn; Luke Schenn and Mark Streit; Nick Grossmann and Andrej Meszaros; and Erik Gustafsson and Hal Gill.

The Flyers finished the preseason with a 1-5-1 record.