The Philadelphia Flyers are frustrated, but they're trying to remain positive.
Some production from Claude Giroux could go a long way in assuring a lift in morale.
Giroux attempts to end his longest goal drought of the season when the visiting Flyers try to rebound from a disappointing loss Saturday against the New Jersey Devils.
Philadelphia (27-14-4) is in the midst of a 7-7-1 stretch after Thursday's 4-1 loss to the last-place New York Islanders, ending the Flyers' 13-game home winning streak in the series.
"I think sometimes, generally speaking about players or teams, negativity doesn't help solve anything ... and yet we want to carry it," coach Peter Laviolette told the team's official website. "I'm guilty of it myself at times.
"You want to carry it; you want to bring it with you; you're irritated; you're agitated and really it doesn't do any good. You're better off turning the page, taking a step forward and fig...