After trailing by three goals early in the third, the Flyers rallied to pull to within one, falling short and suffering their fourth straight loss, 5-3, to Vegas at Wells Fargo Center.
As the Flyers have lost three straight and 12 of their last 15 games, the Vegas Golden Knights sit atop the Western Conference standings and has won six of their last seven games.
the result was the same as the Flyers dropped another overtime contest, their sixth of the season, losing to the Vegas Golden Knights, 2-1, on Jonathan Marchessault’s game-winning goal at 3:21 of overtime.
A four-game road trip gets underway on Friday night as the Flyers face off against the Vegas Golden Knights, the team sitting atop the Western Conference.
On Tuesday afternoon, it was first reported by Kevin Weekes of ESPN and NHL Network that Bruce Cassidy will become the next head coach of the Vegas Golden Knights. So what does this mean for the Flyers in their coaching search?
Carter Hart was outstanding, setting a new career-high with 47 saves in a 2-1 win over the Vegas Golden Knights at Wells Fargo Center.
The Flyers’ eight-game homestand comes complete on Tuesday night as they look to build on Saturday’s win, taking on the Vegas Golden Knights.
The Flyers didn’t snap their fingers and suddenly become a force to be reckoned with. There was plenty in their process in this game that left a lot to be desired. But as we’ve done with numerous wins already this season, the Flyers can turn to their goalie and thank him for being the catalyst that ended this streak.
A pair of power-play goals in the third period proved to be the difference, as the Flyers held off the Vegas Golden Knights, 4-3, on Friday night, snapping a 10-game losing streak.
Friday’s game brings the Flyers to Vegas to face the Golden Knights, a team that has won three straight, as the Flyers try to avoid an 11-game losing streak.
The Dallas Stars clinched a spot in the Stanley Cup Final on Monday and could be joined by one of the two teams left in the East on Tuesday. Also a look at a new coaching hire in the Metropolitan Division as a familiar face goes to Washington.
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The Flyers managed to rally back to make it a game, taking a 5-2 deficit to a 5-4 deficit early in the third, but that was as close as they would get in yet another loss on the road, this time to the Vegas Golden Knights.
The road trip continues with a stop against the Vegas Golden Knights, as the Flyers look to get back into the win column in their first game of 2020.
A four-goal second matched the production from the previous two games for the Flyers, ironically in a period that Alain Vigneault called the team’s worst of the last eight. Observations from the Flyers win over the Golden Knights.
The Flyers took any issues they had finishing and put them to rest for the night on Monday, handily defeating the Vegas Golden Knights, 6-2, at Wells Fargo Center to snap a four-game losing streak.
Monday’s game provides another chance to right the ship, and there will be two new faces in the lineup trying to provide a spark. 19-year-old Joel Farabee makes his NHL debut and Mikhail Vorobyev joins the lineup as well in a tough test for the Flyers against the Vegas Golden Knights.
Last week, it was already known that the President’s Trophy winners, the Tampa Bay Lightning, were eliminated, as were the Pittsburgh Penguins. Six other teams have joined, and many of them were near the top of the regular-season standings.
The Tampa Bay Lightning, a team that tied an NHL record with 62 wins in the regular season, were swept by the Columbus Blue Jackets in four games. The Pittsburgh Penguins, the Stanley Cup champions in 2016 and 2017, were also swept by the New York Islanders in four games.
The overall scope of this game was more positive for the Flyers. The penalty kill was better. The defensive coverage was better. There were chances to capitalize. But as has been the case with the Flyers for really the last decade now, it doesn’t seem to keep the frustrating finishes at bay.
Cody Eakin scored with 1:25 left in regulation for the only goal of the game, as the Vegas Golden Knights defeated the Flyers, 1-0, behind a stellar start from Marc-Andre Fleury on Saturday afternoon at Wells Fargo Center.
In just their fifth game of the season, the Flyers wrap up the season series with the Vegas Golden Knights, a team struggling out of the game with losses in four of their first five games. Game time is set for 1 p.m.
Two goals in the final nine minutes of the first and three in the early stages of the second set the Flyers on their way to a season-opening victory by a score of 5-2 over the Golden Knights on Thursday night.
The Flyers first opponent is certainly a challenge, the team that defied the odds a year ago to be Western Conference Champions. The Vegas Golden Knights, and the fanfare of a home opener and banner ceremony, await as the first of 82 opponents for the Flyers. Game time is set for 10 p.m.