There will certainly be a lot of things to look at moving forward for the Flyers now that the 2017-18 season has come to a close. For starters, here's a look back at Sunday's game and the series as a whole.
Following the Game 2 win for the Flyers, Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan noted the game was lost for his team through special teams. Game 3 was certainly decided by special teams as well, this time in favor of the Penguins.
The Flyers were closing in on at least one hard-earned point against another Western Conference team when a lost puck battle led to the game-winning goal for the Vegas Golden Knights. For the Flyers, it was just another game that got away, a growing trend here in March.
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.
Facing the lowly Buffalo Sabres was going to be a test to see if the Flyers would play down to the opponent and let it hurt the final result, but the Orange and Black secured a 2-1 win for their fifth straight, which certainly has the team's 10-game losing streak slipping further into the past.
Flyers defenseman Radko Gudas was given a 10-game suspension for his slashing major to the back of the head of Mathieu Perreault in Thursday's game against the Jets. By missing Saturday's game, Gudas has already served one of the games in the suspension.
There were no goals to be found for the Flyers on Wednesday and the Blackhawks can thank Corey Crawford for that. The veteran goalie for Chicago was masterful, and handed the Flyers their third shutout loss of the season. Here is the Postgame Review.