The Philadelphia Flyers stop the bleeding with a 4-1 win over the Anaheim Ducks. They are coming off of a three-game losing skid on their road trip to Colorado, Minnesota, and Winnipeg. They lost players due to injury during that stretch and found out the horrible news about Oskar Lindblom so it was a very emotional time and understandably so. They got back to winning ways with an all-around solid performance against the Ducks. Travis Konecny returned to the lineup and created energy. Morgan Frost recorded an assist, Claude Giroux scored a goal, and Carter Hart made 40 saves. Oh, don't forget about David Kaše scoring his first NHL goal! The one part of the game I did not like was seeing the Flyers take five penalties, that will not be a recipe for success moving forward. They will host the Buffalo Sabres on Thursday night at the Wells Fargo Center, but the real question is, will anyone show up? The building was absolutely empty and it's a disgrace!