As reported earlier, it looks as if Jeff Hackett will announce his retirement today.
Jeff Hackett told GM Bobby Clarke that despite the fact he played fairly well Friday night in an AHL game for the Phantoms, he is not ready to return to the Flyers' lineup, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Jeff Hackett is expected to be back practicing with the Flyers on Monday.
Jeff Hackett continues to practice with the Flyers, but will not play tonight against the Capitals, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Jeff Hackett, who may have been suffering from an inner ear virus instead of vertigo, is improving, and practiced hard with the Flyers yesterday, reports the Philadelphia Daily News.
Jeff Hackett reported that he feels much better (positional vertigo) and may be able to return to practice soon.
Jeff Hackett has positional vertigo and it is unknown when he will be able to return for the Flyers.
Jeff Hackett is scheduled to have an MRI today to determine if he sustained a concussion, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The Flyers' Jeff Hackett is being treated for vertigo and will be out of action for at least tonight's game against Montreal, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Jeff Hackett will start in goal tonight against the Islanders, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Although nothing has been stated officially, look for Jeff Hackett to start in goal this afternoon against Carolina.
Jeff Hackett will start against the Bruins tonight.
Jeff Hackett will likely start tomorrow night against the Hurricanes and then split games with Robert Esche against the Wild and Bruins later this week.
Jeff Hackett will start tomorrow night against the Islanders, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer.