It started promising, then quickly faded into the abyss that has been the lone consistency of the Flyers season. Thus is a 1-2-0 week that ended with two poorly played blowout losses.
It left the door open for more discussion surrounding the team, which there was plenty of on Flyerdelphia this week.
In case you missed anything, catch up with our weekly roundup.
Saturday, November 7
What's going on with Jake Voracek? Marc Naples takes a closer look at the advanced stats around Voracek's slow start and points drought – Judging Jakub: Looking at advanced stats on Voracek's slow start
We unleashed our first look at Fan Files, Flyers hockey from a fan's perspective. Jaclyn Mason was first up, and wonders what you can even say about the Orange and Black – Fan Files: What can you say?
The Flyers snapped a six-game losing streak as Michal Neuvirth picked up his third shutout of the season in a 3-0 win against the Winnipeg Jets. Bill Minchin provided coverage – Flyers make Winnipeg a no fly zone
It may have been a shutout for Neuvirth, but the Flyers special teams, particularly the power play, finally delivered. Kevin Durso has more in postgame analysis – Postgame Perspective: Finally, the power play comes through
The Lehigh Valley Phantoms suffered a 2-1 loss to the Syracuse Crunch with Andrew MacDonald scoring the lone Phantoms goal. Kevin Durso provided coverage – MacDonald nets lone goal as Phantoms fall to Crunch
Sunday, November 8
Marc Naples goes By the Numbers of the Flyers 3-0 win in Winnipeg – By the Numbers: Flyers power play comes through to beat Jets
This Week in Flyers History, Mike Watson looks back at Roman Cechmanek's first career win and shutout –This Week in Flyers History: Week ending November 8
We select our Player and Play of the Week for the previous week of Flyers hockey – Player and Play of the Week: November 2-November 8
Monday, November 9
With the Flyers in a free fall of late, Denise Mroz looks at three trade scenarios that may be for dreamers, but also quicker fixes for the Flyers – Dream Big: Trade scenarios that would be quicker fixes for Flyers
Even through the struggles, it's important to remember the preaching of patience, especially when it comes to first-year head coach Dave Hakstol. Rob Riches analyzes the coach in Hakstol’s Happenings – Hakstol's Happenings: Patience key for Flyers to fight adversity
Bill Minchin goes Around the NHL, looking at Alex Ovechkin's push for the scoring record for a Russian-born player, Zach Parise's injury and more – Around the NHL: Russian record, Parise and more
Tuesday, November 10
Chris Pronger was enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday night, and though his tenure as a Flyer was cut short, Rob Riches wonders if the Flyers will ever have another tough, nasty defenseman like Pronger – Will the Flyers ever see a player like Chris Pronger again?
This Tuesday, November 10, 2015 marked the 30th anniversary of the crash that claimed the life of Flyers goalie Pelle Lindbergh. We look back at his brief career and the memory of Lindbergh in the aftermath of his untimely passing – Remembering Pelle Lindbergh, 30 Years Later
The Colorado Avalanche stormed into Philadelphia and routed the listless Flyers in a 4-0 victory. Bill Minchin provided coverage – Avalanche too much for Philadelphia
The Flyers held their second team meeting in 15 games after another embarrassing performance against the Avalanche. Kevin Durso has more in the postgame analysis – Postgame Perspective: Another embarrassing game leads to 2nd meeting
Wednesday, November 11
Marc Naples goes By the Numbers of the Flyers worst performance of the season against Colorado – By the Numbers: Few positives for Flyers in loss to Avalanche
The Flyers struggles, again, goes back to energy level. Kevin Durso looks at the Flyers lack of jam and how they need to step up to bail out the goalies for a change – Stuck in a Jam: Time for Flyers to step up in front of goaltending
The Lehigh Valley Phantoms struck for six goals in Binghamton to outlast the Senators in a 6-3 win. Kevin Durso provided coverage – Phantoms out-last Senators in high-scoring affair
Thursday, November 5
In his latest column, Bill Meltzer highlights three early-season trends to watch this Flyers season - Three Early-Season Trends to Watch
Flyers forward R.J. Umberger is out one-to-two weeks with a lower-body injury – Umberger out 1-2 weeks with lower-body injury
The Flyers lost for the eighth time in their last nine games, getting out-played by the Washington Capitals in a 5-2 defeat. Kevin Durso provided coverage – Flyers fall to Capitals, lose 8th in last 9 games
Time to take the no-words approach. There isn't much left to say when the Flyers performance speaks for itself. Kevin Durso has more in the postgame analysis – Postgame Perspective: Flyers performance speaks for itself
Friday, November 13
Marc Naples takes a closer look at the Flyers loss to Washington in By the Numbers - By the Numbers: Early goal doesn't solve Flyers doldrums
Be sure to follow along with us again this week for more great Flyers coverage. The Flyers are in action on Saturday night, hitting the road to face the Carolina Hurricanes. They return home on Tuesday night against the Los Angeles Kings and remain home on Thursday night when they host the San Jose Sharks.
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