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Flyers Chris Pronger returns to lineup; Coburn agrees to contract extension

TAMPA, Fla. - Philadelphia Flyers defenceman Chris Pronger is back after missing six games because of a right eye injury.

Pronger was in the lineup for Wednesday night's game at Tampa Bay. He had been out since getting hit just outside his eye with a stick blade during a game against Toronto on Oct. 24.

The 37-year old Pronger, who experienced blurred vision after he was struck, has played in 1,163 NHL games.

Also, the Flyers announced that defenceman Braydon Coburn has agreed to terms on a multi-year contract extension.

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