FLYERS PLAYERS KNOW THEY SUCKED LAST NIGHT — NOW WHAT?

By Julie Glass

If you were shocked by how bad the Flyers played in last night’s 5-4 loss to Detroit, you’ve got company:

“Maybe we thought it was going to be an easy game,” Sean Couturier said, as quoted by NBCSP.com. “We didn’t play the right way. We didn’t play hard. We wasted 40 minutes. We came back and got a big point, but we can’t be wasting time at this time of the year.”

“The second period was god-awful,” Shayne Gostisbehere said. “We really didn’t help our cause out. We weren’t pushing plays and we just weren’t battling out there. You saw in the third what we could do when we light a fire under our ass. It’s tough like that when you dig yourself a hole and you come back, you expend a lot of energy. The positive we can take is that we got a point out of it.”

“The second one is a bad-angle goal,” coach Dave Hakstol said. “Obviously, he wants that one back, but we gave up a number of opportunities that he was very strong on.”

“I talked to coach and I was just wondering about the goalie interference because someone had bumped in there during the shot,” Petr Mrazek said. “It wasn’t anything like I was mad or something that I got pulled. I was just asking him if there was a goalie interference or not.”

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