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Pronger will see a doctor on Wednesday to see if he’s cleared

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Philadelphia Flyers are close to getting Chris Pronger back. Pronger practiced on Monday, but he isn’t expected to play on Tuesday.

However, Pronger is expected to be ready to suit up on Thursday night. He has missed the last 12 games with a broken right foot. The Flyers have went 8-4 without Pronger since he went down.

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Pronger is expected to see a doctor on Wednesday. If the doctor clears him to play, he will be in the lineup on Thursday.

The Dryden, Ontario, Canada native has been sidelined since Dec. 15 against the Montreal Canadiens. In the game, he had 1 +/- and 2 PIM. 

His last registered point came against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Dec. 14. In that game, besides the one point, he also had one +/-. 

According to Hockey-Reference.com, he had one goal and two assists for three points in the team’s last 10-games. He also had one +/- and 2 PIM. 

His one goal was an even-strength goal that was also a game-winning goal on 24 shits. He had 292 shifts during this 10-game period. 

Pronger’s long goal game against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Dec. 9.

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