A little over a year after he was benched last season, Luke Schenn could find himself back in the press box Monday vs. the Islanders.
The Flyers played three games this week, but looked like three different teams in each contest. Tim Riday has that and more in his 10 observations of the week.
After admitting he wasn't happy with his own play, Wayne Simmonds busted out of his slump with a nifty goal against the Blue Jackets Saturday night.
3yFor the second time this series, Brian Boucher was pulled from a game because of a poor performance, costing the Flyers a crucial victory in Game 3. By Sarah Baicker
3yThe Flyers are in a familiar situation with a 3-0 series deficit to Boston after being dominated in Wednesday night's 5-1 loss in Game 3. By Tim Panaccio
3yChris Pronger is out for Game 3 against the Bruins, but Jeff Carter, who hasn't played since Game 4 vs. Buffalo, will be a game-time decision. By Tim Panaccio
3yOpposing goalies have stolen games from the Flyers this postseason, but Peter Laviolette won't pressure his netminders mostly Brian Boucher. Or the rest of the team. By Tim Panaccio
3yMilan Krejci has led a Bruins line that has killed the Flyers. How will they to stop the shift, which includes Milan Lucic and Nathan Horton ? Maybe they can't.
3yTeams don't like to play in a hole, but the Flyers make it a habit. A year after their historic comeback over the Bruins, how can the Flyers emerge from a another deficit? By Jim Jackson
3yThe Flyers have proven they can play with Boston, but without any wins to show for it they must get things in order before it's too late. By Jay Greenberg
Ron Hextall has more wins than any other goalie in Flyers history (240)