The Flyers meet the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday night for their final home game prior to the All-Star break.
Noah Cates picked up a short-handed goal with 6:59 left in the third period to lift the Flyers to a 4-2 win over the Kings on Saturday afternoon.
The Flyers take the ice for the final time in 2022, facing off against the Los Angeles Kings on New Year’s Eve.
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.
Ilya Kovalchuk entered the game with five points in six games with the Canadiens and added two more with a pair of goals as the Flyers were stymied by Carey Price and fell to the Montreal Canadiens, 4-1, on Thursday night at Wells Fargo Center.
Fresh off a 3-1-0 stretch against four of the top six teams in the league, the Flyers face a team outside the playoff picture in the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday night.
The Flyers look for a fourth straight win to close out the month of November against the Montreal Canadiens, who enter with a six-game losing streak.
The Flyers had the only shot in the 55 seconds of overtime. It was a shot by Sean Couturier that leaked through Carey Price and crawled across the goal line to give the Flyers the 3-2 overtime win over the Canadiens on Thursday night at Wells Fargo Center.
The Flyers face the Montreal Canadiens on home ice to kick off the final 10 games on the schedule, having split the first two meetings of the season in Montreal.
With 22 games left on the schedule for the Flyers, each one gets bigger and bigger. Thursday’s may be their biggest yet, as they travel to face the Montreal Canadiens.
The Flyers have won three of their last four games since snapping an eight-game losing streak last Thursday. They face the Montreal Canadiens, a team locked in a battle for one of the top three spots in the Atlantic Division.