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Coburn (foot) will return to the lineup Sunday alongside Nicklas Grossman, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.Coburn will finally make a return to the lineup following a month absence due to the foot injury. The Flyers aren't easing him back into action, as he will be alongside Nicklas Grossman on what iwll likely be the top or second defensive pairing.

Braydon Coburn D PHI 17 Days

Coburn (foot) is unlikely to return for Friday's game in Columbus, but he could be back for Sunday's game in Buffalo, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.Coburn has now been out for a full month, but he returned to practice Saturday, and seems to be on the cusp of making his return.

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Coburn (foot) is out for Tuesday's game against the Canadiens, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.Coburn returned to practice Saturday, and while he's traveling with his teammates on the current road trip, he isn't quite ready to play in a game. He last suited up Jan. 12 against the Lightning.

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Coburn (foot) will travel with the team during its upcoming four-game road trip, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Coburn returned to practice Saturday and it looks like he has a chance to return to action next week, after a month-long absence due to a broken foot. In 31 games so far this season, Coburn has managed just one goal and five assists.

Braydon Coburn D PHI 22 Days

Coburn (broken foot) took part in Saturday's practice, Randy Miller of the Newark Star-Ledger reports.

Coburn first resumed skating Wednesday and appears to have now moved on to the next phase of the recovery process. He's had some porous luck on the injury front this season with two fractures of his left foot, compromising the depth on an already thin Flyers blue line. Fortunately, it looks like his impending return next week -- along with perhaps Kimmo Timonen's later this month -- will soon bolster those ranks.

Braydon Coburn D PHI 23 Days

Coburn (broken foot) appears to be at least a week away from returning from injured reserve, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Coburn has been skating on his own since Wednesday and is likely aiming for a return to practice over the weekend or early next week. He's been out since Jan. 12 with the injury.

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Coburn (lower body) skated on his own prior to Wednesday's practice, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Coburn isn't close to a return just yet, but his presence on the ice represents a sign of improvement. The blueliner, who has been out since Jan. 12 with a suspected broken foot, is projected to return at some point next week if he's able to resume practicing with the team.

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Coburn (lower body) was placed on injured reserve Saturday.

Coburn is set to miss the next four weeks due to a suspected broken foot, so by moving him to IR, the Flyers simply open up a roster spot for a healthy player. The blueliner has just one goal and five assists over 31 games this season.

Braydon Coburn D PHI 2 Months

Coburn will be out four weeks with what is believed to be a broken left foot, The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

The Flyers are calling Coburn's setback a "lower-body injury," but it is assumed he is dealing with some sort of left foot injury after blocking a shot with the appendage in Monday's game. Coburn will benefit from the NHL All-Star break that comes up later this month, but he will still be sidelined until sometime in February. Carlo Colaiacovo will get the first shot at replacing him in the lineup.

Braydon Coburn D PHI 2 Months

Coburn injured the same left foot that he broke earlier this season, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Coburn, who previously missed 12 games with a broken left foot suffered on opening night, took a shot off the same foot during Monday's win over the Lightning. He was unable to return to the contest, and he will be re-evaluated Tuesday.