The Philadelphia Flyers were unable to beat Columbus Saturday afternoon falling 1-0. It's a quick turnaround for the Flyers, who now head to Pittsburgh
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Sometime in the next week, after he has some heart-to-heart talks with his parents and his agent, speedy Union senior center Mike Vecchione will sign with an NHL team as a free agent. - Sam Carchidi, Philadelphia Inquirer
The Bruins beat the Islanders, 2-1, Saturday to snap a four-game skid and move into the East's second wild-card spot, pushing the Flyers eight points out.
The Flyers conclude their final lengthy road trip of the season on Sunday in Pittsburgh (7/NBCSN/CSNPhilly.com). Tom Dougherty's game notes
The Flyers' effort and desperation levels were high in Saturday's 1-0 loss, but ultimately too late to make a realistic playoff run. By Tim Panaccio
Former Flyer Sergei Bobrovsky pitched a 1-0 shutout as the Flyers' playoff chances all but officially came to an end Saturday. By Andy Dudones
It's warm outside and the Flyers are still bad.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Flyers' misery at Nationwide Area continued Saturday afternoon. They played a solid road game, but Columbus goalie Sergei Bobrovsky showed why he is favored to win the Vezina Trophy as the league's best goalie. - Sam Carchidi, Philadelphia Inquirer