Wayne Simmonds, Ryan White, Claude Giroux and Michael Raffl all scored. Steve Mason made 34 saves and the Philadelphia Flyers dominated the Chicago Blackhawks 4-1 in their return to home ice on Wednesday night.
The Philadelphia Flyers (29-9-16) return home from a four game Canadian road trip to host the Chicago Blackhawks (44-22-6) at the Wells Fargo Center. This is the second and final meeting of the season and the lone game in Philadelphia. The Blackhawks defeated the Flyers back in October by a score of 4-0 in Chicago. Game time is 8:00.
Hello everyone and welcome to Trivia Wednesday. Today we will take a look at Flyers players that have won both team awards as well as NHL awards. This is also the last week to answer for your chance to be featured in our Follower Favorites segment for next Wednesday.
Wednesday night marks the beginning of the Flyers final stretch of games, just two more in March and then six in the first 12 days of April before the season comes to a close and the team spends the next two months watching the Stanley Cup Playoffs from home.
There won't be any down time for Ron Hextall. The Flyers GM faces some important decisions as the team tries to move past a trying season.
For the Flyers to move on from a disappointing and frustrating 2014-15 season, they must start by removing one source for the frustration. The team must part ways with Craig Berube as the head coach.