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Although it may sound difficult, here are a three reasons to stay calm despite the Flyers losing streak and not look for the coach and/or GM’s heads.
What Flyers GM Ron Hextall said on Tuesday night was a combination of being completely delusional but also issuing a warning, or better yet, a challenge to the Flyers. The premise: I still believe in this team and think it can compete for a playoff spot, but I’m not afraid to take action if this continues.
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In an interview on NBC Sports Philadelphia’s Philly Sports Talk on Wednesday, Flyers GM Ron Hextall made clear that Dave Hakstol’s job is not in jeopardy. “He’s the guy,” Hextall said. “Dave Hakstol is our coach and he’s going to remain our coach.”
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The play on the ice showed a team that has essentially given up on everything and tuned out the coach, as fans chanted for the firing of the coach. But the Flyers players said otherwise following the game and a closed-door meeting called by captain Claude Giroux, backing and supporting Dave Hakstol.
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After the Flyers ninth straight loss put the finishing touch on a month where they posted a 2-5-7 record, GM Ron Hextall spoke about his team in the Flyers locker room. And he essentially doubled down on the team’s potential. “I still believe we’re a playoff team,” Hextall said.
This season is slipping quickly on the Flyers, and it’s because of efforts like the one shown on Tuesday night against the San Jose Sharks, which sent the Flyers to their ninth straight loss. Here is tonight’s Postgame Review.
Instead of losing a lead in frustrating fashion, the Flyers looked lifeless in the final 30 minutes, falling for the ninth straight game to the San Jose Sharks, 3-1, on Tuesday night at Wells Fargo Center.
The Philadelphia Flyers have been struggling greatly, as they have now blown leads in four of their last six games. Either way something has to change for the Orange and Black.
LeBron James spoke to reporters following the Cavs’ 113-91 win over the Sixers on Monday night. He also spoke on his thoughts about Ben Simmons.
Back on home ice, the Flyers return, looking to put an end to their now eight-game losing streak against the San Jose Sharks. Game time is set for 7 p.m.
The Phillies held on to Mark Appel and Alberto Tirado after both cleared waviers, while Pat Venditte heads to a new organization.