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Flyers shut out for second straight time according to : burlington county

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Flyers shut out for second straight time

As it stated in Making matters worse, rookie winger Travis Konecny left the game in the second period and did not return.
The Flyers were passive in the second period, getting outshot, 11-4, and falling into a 1-0 hole.
Philadelphia Flyers‘ Nick Cousins can’t get the puck past St. Louis Blues goalie Carter Hutton during the second period on Monday, Feb. 6, 2017 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pa.
It’s the first time they been shut out in back-to-back home games, provided there was not a road game in between, since 1999.
The Flyers defeated Edmonton in that game, 4-1, as Jeff Carter scored a pair of goals and Sergei Bobrovsky was the winning goalie.

Flyers fail to get enough quality scoring chances in 2nd straight shutout

As it stated in Conversely, the Flyers had 26 shots — an 11-1 advantage in the first — yet they sorely lacked for quality chances.
“Tonight we didn’t get a lot of grade-A looks on our power play,” Hakstol said.
The power play?
“That is not all on the power play.
“Obviously in this league, we know you have to play good defense, but you also have to score goals and we’re just not doing that right now.

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