The Flyers hit the road and complete the second half of the home-and-home against the Buffalo Sabres on Friday night.
The Sabres scored three goals in the third period as the Flyers could not finish on chances, ending the four-game homestand with a loss.
A home-and-home against the Buffalo Sabres is next on the schedule as the Flyers close a four-game homestand on Wednesday night.
Alex Tuch scored a hat trick to lift the Sabres to a 6-3 win over the Flyers at Wells Fargo Center on Saturday night.
The first game of a seven-game points streak for the Flyers came against the Buffalo Sabres, who are back in Philly on Saturday night as the teams opens the month of April.
The Flyers seven-game homestand continues on Friday night as they face off against the Buffalo Sabres.
Some rescheduling moved the Flyers matchup in Buffalo against the Sabres up from early-March to Monday night.
Buffalo scored twice in the first and twice in the second to open up a two-goal lead going to the third. That was enough as the Flyers were dealt a season sweep from the Sabres in a 5-3 loss on Sunday afternoon at Wells Fargo Center.
The Flyers and Sabres meet for the final time this season, as they close out the home-and-home in Philadelphia on Sunday afternoon.
The Flyers open up a home-and-home series against the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday night on the road.
A failed coach’s challenge allowed for two quick power-play goals, then another late in the first period essentially already put the game out of reach, as the Flyers streak reached 11 games with a 6-3 loss to the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday afternoon.
The Flyers take on the Buffalo Sabres, who are now hot on their heels just three points back in the standings, trying to avoid an 11th straight loss.
Less than 24 hours before the trade deadline, the Flyers were left with a stunning defeat to the Buffalo Sabres, the NHL lowest team in the standings, handed a loss by lowly Buffalo for the second time in two weeks. It was the most fitting of endings for a team that has continued to get in their own way all season.
The Sabres tied the game with 3:03 left after an icing by the Flyers, then scored again with 2:38 to play to take the lead away from the Flyers in a matter of 25 seconds. Buffalo also managed the empty-netter to secure the 5-3 result on Sunday afternoon at Wells Fargo Center.
The Flyers got an outstanding performance from Brian Elliott in goal. They got clutch goals when they needed them the most to take control of the game on the scoreboard. They lost two more players due to injury, and await the update on both, but saw players step up in big situations. Here are five takeaways from Tuesday’s 3-0 Flyers win over the Sabres.
The Flyers remain on home ice for their next game, a Thursday night matchup against the Buffalo Sabres.
With plenty of pressure already on him from injuries and only scoring 30 and 31 points in his first two seasons in Philadelphia, Nolan Patrick has much to prove in the upcoming 2019-20 season.
The Flyers season is over, and it sets up for an interesting offseason for GM Chuck Fletcher, one that begins now that the season is over and will carry over throughout the summer and as the 2019-20 season approaches.
For a change, the Flyers got off to a quick start and never looked back, leading nearly wire to wire in a 5-2 victory over the Buffalo Sabres that, for now, improved their playoff hopes slightly.
Following the trade deadline, the Flyers move forward with the remainder of the season, trying to continue the playoff push. They can leapfrog one team ahead of them in the standings on Tuesday night, as they face the Buffalo Sabres.
The Metropolitan Division, featuring Flyers captain Claude Giroux, came away victorious at the 2019 NHL All-Star Game in San Jose on Saturday night, defeating the Atlantic Division in the semi-finals and the Central Division in the championship game.
The Flyers hit the road for the first of five games by facing the Buffalo Sabres, with the recent memory that their last trip to Buffalo was not a successful one.
This week’s Around the NHL looks at Erik Karlsson’s return to Ottawa, William Nylander’s last-minute RFA deadline deal and the Buffalo Sabres excellent month of November.
The Flyers struggled at the start and were massively outplayed early, but managed to trim a 4-0 lead to a 4-2 margin, but never any closer in a 5-2 loss to the Buffalo Sabres.
The Flyers hit the road for the first of three games in four days, traveling to face the Buffalo Sabres. Game time is at 7:30 p.m.
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