A goal by Wade Allison with 8:27 remaining put the Flyers ahead again for good, as the losing streak was snapped at four with a 4-3 win over the Flames on Monday afternoon.
The Flyers faced a two-goal deficit in the first period and never fully recovered, getting the margin to within one in the third before dropping a seventh straight game, 5-2, on Monday night at Wells Fargo Center.
The Flyers will induct two new members into its Hall of Fame prior to Tuesday’s game at Wells Fargo Center against the Calgary Flames. This opens up a three-game homestand for the Flyers, and marks the first game the Flyers will be without Ryan Ellis again for the long-term.
The Calgary Flames return to home ice after sweeping a five-game road trip that included four Metropolitan Division teams. Now, they face the Flyers, once final test for the Orange and Black on this road trip as they close out their October schedule.
The Flyers were 1:23 away from a regulation win, but a perfect bounce helped the Flames force overtime and ultimately win in a shootout, a missed opportunity for the Flyers to pick up two points.
The Flames scored a late goal to force overtime and eventually a shootout, where they were able to snap their six-game losing streak against the Flyers in a 3-2 win on Saturday afternoon at Wells Fargo Center.
The Flames set the tone early with a goal just 1:35 into the game, and the Flyers struggled to generate chances, behind held to their lowest production and shot total of the season in a 3-1 loss to the Flames.