A letter from John Tortorella to season ticket holders addressed rebuilding. Will the Flyers follow through and be committed to the process?
The Flyers are six points out of a playoff spot as play resumes, but have five teams to pass in the standings. One of those teams is Monday’s opponent, the New York Islanders.
The Vancouver Canucks come in with a modest 3-3-1 record in the first seven games of their season, including the 5-4 shootout victory in Philadelphia on Oct. 15. The Flyers will be looking for a different result as they look to build on Wednesday’s win.
Jake Voracek scored the deciding goal with 8:33 remaining in the third period, helping the Flyers to a 2-1 win over the Vancouver Canucks at Wells Fargo Center.
Four games remain in this grueling November schedule for the Flyers, which closes out at the end of the week. It starts on Monday night with a visit from the Vancouver Canucks.
Oskar Lindblom tied the game with 5:02 to play in the third, helping the Flyers force overtime and keep their points streak alive at three games. But Jacob Markstrom and the Canucks got the last laugh in a 3-2 shootout win.
With seven straight wins in the books, the Flyers continue a five-game homestand with sights set on eight in a row, hosting the Vancouver Canucks on Monday night.
Things surrounding the Flyers will remain the same with the makeup of the team for one more night, as the Flyers close a five-game road trip in Vancouver against the Canucks.
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