As the Flyers conclude their first full month of the season, they happen to do so under circumstances that not many can say that they saw coming -- back-to-back wins over a pair of top teams in the Nashville Predators and New York Rangers.
November wasn't a pretty month for the Orange and Black. Between sloppy play, as they saw two separate losing streaks of three games apiece. Their power play was dismal, their goals-for-per-game plummeted to historically-bad levels, and they had a habit of not showing up to games and making opponents look like the 1976-77 Montreal Canadiens.
Interestingly enough, they barely showed up for the start of Saturday's game against the Rangers, as they recorded just four shots on goal in the first period. They did, however, bounce back with a fury in the second, and the end result was what could arguably be considered their biggest win of the season to this point.