NASCAR Driver Ryan Ellis and Alpha Prime Racing are proud to announce today that Renascent will be the primary sponsor for Ellis and the No.44 Chevy Camaro for the June 25th NASCAR Xfinity Series race, the Tennessee Lottery 250 at Nashville Superspeedway. In their first NASCAR race, Renascent will be...
Wrapping up a disappointing 2021-22 season, Philadelphia Flyers provided injury updates and their off-season plans as they met with the media. As it has gone so often in the 2021-22 season, the Philadelphia Flyers ended their year on a losing note. A 4-2 loss to the Ottawa Senators last Friday gave the club a final record of 25-46-11 for 61 points.
For months, the Philadelphia Flyers have hid Ryan Ellis’ injury. It’s somewhat understandable for teams not to reveal an injury because they don’t want opponents to target that area when the player returns. But in this case, the Flyers have known for several months that Ellis, a...
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Within the first seconds of Ryan Ellis’s media availability before departing for the off-season, he wanted to make one thing clear: He’s on the same page with Philadelphia Flyers management. Everything is currently cool. Despite recent rumors swirling around this team that there was internal frustration from Ellis...
Among all the negativity and frustration, there was a glimmer of positivity as the Flyers headed home for the off-season. And that came in the surprise availability of defenseman Ryan Ellis. Ellis, who had only been limited to just four games, spoke for the first time since November 13th. After...
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Ellis is dealing with a pelvic injury and is not expected to need surgery this offseason, Sam Carchidi of Philly Hockey Now reports. Ellis attempted to return to game action too early on Nov. 13 after missing the previous nine games and aggravated the injury, ending his season early. He scored five points in four games, including a pair of power-play assists. Barring any setbacks, Ellis is expecting to return in time for next season's training camp.
Ellis (lower body) is expected to be healthy by the start of next season, per interim head coach Mike Yeo, Sam Carchidi of Philly Hockey Now reports. Yeo added that Ellis may need to get surgery in the offseason, but the procedure would evidently be relatively minor. The veteran defenseman was limited to four appearances in his first year with the Flyers after being acquired from Nashville in an offseason trade, as Ellis was sidelined from Nov. 13 forward.
The Philadelphia Flyers have had a disappointing season. Many expected them to be playoff contenders instead of cellar dwellers. GM Chuck Fletcher would like to improve the team through trade or free agency instead of doing of full rebuild. Anthony Di Marco of The Fourth Period reports that Flyers management...
NASCAR Driver Ryan Ellis and Alpha Prime Racing are proud to announce that Limetree will be the primary sponsor of Ellis and the No.45 Chevy Camaro at Texas Motor Speedway for the May 21st NASCAR Xfinity Series race, the Texas 250. Limetree has sponsored Ellis in different capacities, including last...
The Philadelphia Flyers received less than 100 minutes of ice time from Ryan Ellis this season. The veteran defenseman has been ruled out for the rest of the season, Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher told reporters including Charlie O’Connor of The Athletic. Though he still wouldn’t reveal details on the injury, Fletcher noted that they are still making a decision on whether Ellis needs surgery.
Ellis (lower body) will not return during the 2021-22 campaign, Charlie O'Connor of The Athletic reports. Ellis looked great to begin his first season as a Flyer, racking up five points while averaging 22:48 of ice time through four games before suffering the season-ending injury. The team is still weighing options regarding his treatment but, without a playoff spot to compete for, they're opting to play it on the cautious side. Another update on his status should be available once the Flyers make their decision on a possible surgery.