The Flyers head into the All-Star break after one final matchup in January, taking on the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday night.
After making it a 3-3 game early in the third, the Jets scored the go-ahead goal with 11:16 left in a 5-3 Flyers loss on Sunday night.
The Flyers begin the first of four games remaining until the All-Star break against the Winnipeg Jets, a team ranked sixth in the NHL standings.
The Winnipeg Jets are in town on Tuesday night for the final game before a week-long break that includes All-Star weekend, as the Flyers face a limited schedule throughout the month.
The Flyers selected right winger Tyson Foerster with the 23rd overall pick. Here is a scouting report on the newest Flyers winger.
The Flyers had not had a winning streak of three games or more since before the holiday break, but they extended their current run to three games with a 4-2 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday afternoon at Wells Fargo Center.
The Flyers next matchup comes on Saturday afternoon, when they face the Winnipeg Jets, as they look for a third straight win and another chance to continue their climb in the standings in the final game before Monday’s trade deadline.
With four goals in 4:17, a 2-1 deficit turned into a 6-1 shellacking and the Flyers ended a three-game road trip with a 7-3 loss to the Winnipeg Jets.
Following a 4-1 loss to Minnesota, the team’s first set of back-to-back regulation losses since Oct. 27 and 29, the Flyers have to get right back on the ice on Sunday to finish up a three-game road trip. They take on the Winnipeg Jets.
Carter Hart and the Flyers picked right back up where they left off before the break.The result was a fourth straight win, a 3-1 defeat of the Winnipeg Jets that started off slow, but finished solid and steady.
Goals by Travis Konecny and James van Riemsdyk and another solid game in goal from Carter Hart led the Flyers to a 3-1 win over the Winnipeg Jets for their fourth straight win.
The Flyers return to the ice on Monday, ready to return to game action. Their first opponent is one of the top teams in the Western Conference, the Winnipeg Jets, who enter tied for the Central Division lead.
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.
While some of the league’s best players prepare for a light, friendly televised workout next weekend in San Jose, here’s a few nuggets to chew on from around the league.
The Flyers road trip continues on Sunday afternoon as the Flyers face the Winnipeg Jets.
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