The Flyers were probably due for a game and result like this, but a new standard has been set for how the Flyers should approach a game and play and the team didn't live up to it in front of the home crowd on this night.
This was very much to type of game the Flyers are looking to have on a nightly basis if their goal is to indeed reach the playoffs, but that didn't mean that a game with so many positives didn't have a few blemishes along the way.
Dave Hakstol's future with the Flyers may be safe for now, and with many kids still so early in development, that may be understandable from Ron Hextall's perspective. But Hakstol's management of young players is concerning to his future.
After a lifeless third period against the Sharks that capped off a ninth-straight loss and was followed with a closed-door meeting, you would think there would be some more inspired play by the Flyers. Not even close, as the Flyers displayed a similar lifeless and uninspired approach in a 3-0 loss t…
Dave Hakstol tried to put a positive spin on the Flyers seventh straight loss. There’s a lot of losing going on for the Flyers. And until there’s a win, there won’t be any silver lining or positives to look at.
The Flyers managed to nearly erase a 5-2 deficit in the final minutes of the third period, only to fall just short at the hands of two calls that turned the momentum and tide of the game in their 5-4 loss to the Ottawa Senators. Here is the Postgame Review.
Since joining the Flyers lineup on February 11th, Jordan Weal has been paired with two of the top players on the team: Claude Giroux and Wayne Simmonds. In the last eight games the Flyers are averaging 3.125 Goals For Per Game and Weal has a Plus/Minus of 3 with 2 Goals and 1 Assist...