A rebound goal by Scott Laughton in overtime was the difference, giving the Flyers a 4-3 victory over the Los Angeles Kings at Wells Fargo Center to snap a 13-game losing streak.
The Flyers try to avoid a 14th straight defeat and a winless month of January against the same team that they opened the month again, the Los Angeles Kings.
The law of averages essentially caught up to the Flyers. Out of the break, they were lucky to get a win in Seattle and stole a point in San Jose. Deservedly, they have nothing to show for a defeat that featured more sloppy play, more poor puck management, and continued lapses in defensive coverage.
The Kings turned in a dominant performance on Saturday night with a 6-3 victory to snap the Flyers seven-game points streak.
A short trip from San Jose to Los Angeles marks the next stop on this post-holiday road trip, as the Flyers try to extend the points streak to eight games against the Kings.
Travis Konecny scored the first two goals of the game and James van Riemsdyk had a goal and two assists, helping to pace the Flyers to a 4-1 win over the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday night at Wells Fargo Center.
The Flyers next game comes against another team outside of playoff position. The Los Angeles Kings come to town on Saturday night and it is a game the Flyers certainly feel the need to come away with a better result.
The Los Angeles Kings entered the game averaging 2.54 goals per game, but struck for four in the opening period. That helped them cruise to a win over the Flyers on New Year’s Eve by a score of 5-3.
The final opponent for the Flyers in the calendar year is the Los Angeles Kings, who enter with the lowest point total in the Western Conference and losses in four of their last five games.
After a long eight-year career as a Philadelphia Flyer, Wayne Simmonds will be moving onto his new team. We take a look back at the path that he has been on since arriving back in 2011-2012.
Ever since he entered the NHL, Sean Couturier has been an under-appreciated player for the Philadelphia Flyers. Now he has turned into a valuable top-six center for the team that drafted him back in 2011.
The Flyers played a game against the Kings that was sloppy and frustrating. Yet, there they were, playing in overtime. The overtime featured its share of near-misses as well. The winning streak is over, and now the Flyers need to regroup or their comeback effort this season will fizzle out.
The Flyers eight-game winning streak came to an end in a 3-2 loss to the Los Angeles Kings in a shootout on Thursday night at Wells Fargo Center.
The next opponent for the Flyers is the Los Angeles Kings, who come to Wells Fargo Center on Thursday night. The Kings have won back-to-back games on an East coast road trip and play their third game in four nights against the Flyers.
The Flyers got off to a first-period lead for the second straight game and closed strong, putting away the Kings in the third in a 5-2 win on Thursday night.
The Flyers snapped a three-game losing streak on Tuesday. The Los Angeles Kings snapped a six-game losing streak on Sunday. Which team gets to build on breaking out of their slump. The two face off on Thursday night at 10:30 p.m.
With the Philadelphia Flyers recent struggles, the team is hoping to start something big after a 3-2 win against the Anaheim Ducks.
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