With eye healing, Flyers' Coburn could return for Game 4
"We'll see how it feels [tomorrow]; I had a good workout," Coburn told the Philadelphia Inquier. "I feel a little bit tired having been off a few days."
The puck opened a gash that bled profusely when Coburn fell to the ice in Game 2. It required more than 50 stitches to close. Coburn said he wasn't scared because he felt the puck hit bone and not his eye.
When he returns, Coburn said he will wear a shield to protect the area. He wasn't sure if he would've avoided injury had he worn a visor.