The Flyers road losing streak continued on Tuesday night and reached 13 games, as they got off to a slow start in the first period. Their attempt at a comeback came up short in a 6-3 loss to the Detroit Red Wings.
The final 20 games for the Flyers begin with the start of a five-game road trip in Detroit as the Flyers take on the Red Wings on Tuesday night.
The Flyers and Red Wings meet again on Saturday afternoon, this time in Detroit.
The Detroit Red Wings took the lead in the second period and never looked back, finishing off a 6-3 result on Wednesday night at Wells Fargo Center.
The Flyers first game back from the All-Star break comes on home ice against the Detroit Red Wings on Wednesday night.
The Flyers secured their eighth straight win, defeating the Hurricanes, 4-1, on Thursday night and moving into a tie for the Metro Division lead after Washington lost to the Rangers in overtime.
The Flyers will face a well-rested Carolina Hurricanes team that has not played since a 4-3 overtime loss to the Montreal Canadiens last Saturday. The Hurricanes are currently the first team out of the playoffs, three points behind the Islanders for the final wildcard spot.