as mentioned in (Amy Irvin/The Hockey Writers)The St. Louis Blues travel to Philadelphia tonight for the first time in the post-Ken Hitchcock era to take on the Flyers.
#LAKvsPHI pic.twitter.com/aNPPfSfJDa — Philadelphia Flyers (@NHLFlyers) February 4, 2017Tonight’s game starts a five-game road trip for the Blues, who dropped a Saturday tilt to the Pittsburgh Penguins, 4-1, at home.
Travis Konecny returns to the lineup for the Flyers while Shayne Gostisbehere continues to sit.
The Blues will be busy over the next week as they start a set of three games in four nights beginning with the Flyers.
The Blues’ goaltending has been atrocious after letting former All-Star goalie Brian Elliot walk in free agency last summer.
As it stated in
Hutton and the Blues Shutout Flyers
As it stated in The Flyers’ offense has been non-existent as of late, and their scoring woes continued on Monday night.
First PeriodThe Flyers started the game exactly how a team struggling offensively would want to.
The Blues successfully killed off four Flyers power plays and skated away with an impressive road victory.
As the game continued, the Flyers’ sticks got tighter and their feet got heavier as the Blues would overtake the flow of the game.
(Amy Irvin / The Hockey Writers)In a game that was tight and feisty throughout, the St. Louis Blues survived a first-period onslaught by the Philadelphia Flyers to hold onto a 2-0 shutout victory.
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