#Flyers F Tye McGinn had left wrist surgery to repair a torn ligament. Expect full recovery in 6 weeks.
NHL.com "Prior to the team's morning skate in Ottawa, the Flyers announced that they have placed center Vincent Lecavalier on Injured Reserve and recalled forward Tye McGinn from their AHL affiliate, the Adirondack Phantoms. It was announced on Sunday that Lecavalier returned to Philadelphia in the..." December 09
CBSSports.com "To put it mildly, it's been a strange year for the Philadelphia Flyers. The peculiarity continued Friday when the Flyers sent down Tye McGinn to the American Hockey League. Maybe that shouldn't be a surprise, but as of now, McGinn is the team's leading goal scorer with three tallies in four..." October 25
CSN Philly "Tye McGinn had successful surgery on Thursday to repair a fractured right orbital bone. “He’ll miss four weeks,” general manager Paul Holmgren told CSNPhilly.com on Saturday night. The original prognosis was two weeks “if” surgery was not involved. However, the rookie McGinn will now miss..." March 03
Courier-Post "Flyers rookie Tye McGinn never saw Carolina Hurricanes forward Tim Wallace coming. Looking to clear the puck 6:34 into the first period Saturday, the 22-year-old left wing suddenly was smashed head first into the glass. Wallace received a five-minute major for boarding and a game misconduct..." February 10
CSN Philly "There were very few positives to come out of the Flyers’ ugly 5-1 loss in Tampa Bay just over a week ago. But one silver lining, according to Danny Briere – and one that has continued to pay off – was the play of rookie Tye McGinn. “We had a terrible game, but I remember leaving that game..." February 05