By Jenny Masters
The Flyers broke out of the gate this early season with a flurry of goals.
But lately they have had a hard time scoring.
The Athletic’s Charlie O’Connor has some ideas why:
The goals had already dried up a bit over their previous five games, even as they had found a way to win three of them (and secure a loser’s point in a fourth).
But in Wednesday night’s 3-0 shutout loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Flyers were stymied entirely, and they now have just nine goals in their last six games after racking up 23 in their first five.
So, what’s the problem?