The Flyers look to respond from two weekend losses when they face the Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday. (Photo Courtesy of ESPN.com)
It was not a pleasant weekend for the Philadelphia Flyers. Back-to-back losses on Saturday and Sunday, both in rather humiliating fashion, has dropped the Flyers into a tie for seventh in the Eastern Conference.
That's what comes with the end of a 10-game home winning streak. The Flyers were due for a couple of bad games, proving to be vulnerable.
That can change when the Flyers face the NHL's worst team in the standing, the Buffalo Sabres. The Sabres have a 13-26-5 record, with six of their wins coming via the shootout. They have scored 77 goals this season while allowing 121, a differential of -44.