That's how Craig Berube described the Flyers' first period on Tuesday as they gave up three goals en route to a 4-0 loss to the Blackhawks.
The Flyers lead the NHL with the fewest penalty minutes per game, something quite out of character for the team.
The Flyers' usually strong penalty kill unit has been inconsistent this season, and the players know it must be corrected as quickly as Tuesday in Chicago.
6dA lack of confidence is behind the Flyers' long-running struggles with shootouts, and the team must change its mental approach in order to succeed.
6dThe Flyers on Wednesday recalled forward Chris VandeVelde from their AHL affiliate, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms.
6dInjured defenseman Braydon Coburn participated in a full practice Wednesday for the first time since the season's start.
6dThe Flyers stayed with the Ducks in what Craig Berube termed their "most competitive game of the season," but still failed to play a complete game.
6dEven-strength play hasn’t been all that friendly to the Flyers.
1wWe recap Tuesday's top NHL action, including the Islanders pulling away in their win over the Rangers to stay unbeaten.
1wNicklas Grossman collapsed awkwardly to the ice after a tough hit on Tuesday, but the defenseman returned to the game and is feeling fine.
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Ron Hextall has more wins than any other goalie in Flyers history (240)