November's been a bit of a dismal month for the Flyers -- after all, they ran out of steam from their 4-1-1 start and stand at 4-6-3 in games played this month. In games they've showed up for, they've blown more than their fair share of late leads, and still managed to not show up for games as well.
They've been out-shot, have fallen behind in a variety of possession metrics, and have seen their offensive numbers fall not just to last in the league, but to historically-bad levels as well. The team has also seen several players struggle with injuries, and Dave Hakstol has had to make a slew of lineup changes.
But the good news for the Flyers(8-10-5) is that the month is now over. Unfortunately, it ends with a trip to a building that has not been hospitable to them at all in the past several seasons -- as they head to Madison Square Garden for a matinee contest with the Metropolitan Division-leading New York Rangers.