Preview: Flyers look to snap a ten-game losing streak in a home-and-home with New York Islanders
The Flyers are set to play the New York Islanders in the second game of a home-and-home series. Philadelphia is on a 10-game losing streak and will look for Carter Hart to save them yet again. The game will be broadcasted only on ESPN+/Hulu at 7:30PM.
Flyers Projected Lineup
Flyers in warmups vs. New York Islanders— Olivia Reiner (@ReinerOlivia) November 30, 2022
Egor Zamula and Scott Laughton return to the Flyers’ lineup tonight and Tony DeAngelo is out with a lower body injury. It’s going to be more of the same for the under skilled Flyers, with the schedule only getting harder starting with another battle against New York.
The fanbase is rightfully starting to wave the white flag and hoping for Connor Bedard. Our record went from 7-3-2 to 7-10-5 in a flash with no light at the end of the tunnel.
Do I want a competitive game? Of course. Would I be mad if Barzal scored late to win the game in regulation? Absolutely not.
I want to see the foundation continue to be built while the young players take steps. The Kevin Hayes mickey mouse points don’t hurt either.
Sedlak is our best player 😂— TLY (@TheLibertyYell) November 27, 2022
There’s not many expectations of the Flyers come game time anymore and for those that are still watching alongside us I salute you. You deserve a dynasty, maybe one day.
Prediction: 3-2 Islanders
Credit: Philly Inquirer