Coming off their first loss of the season, the Philadelphia Flyers seem to have a good chance of bouncing back against the sputtering Ottawa Senators.
Winning in Ottawa, however, has not come easily for the Flyers.
Philadelphia tries to avoid losing its eighth straight game at Scotiabank Place on Tuesday night against the Senators.
Los Angeles spoiled the Flyers' bid to open with four consecutive wins for the first time since 1995, handing them a 3-2 overtime loss Saturday. Former Flyers captain Mike Richards came up big in his return to Philadelphia after being traded in the offseason, assisting on Jack Johnson's goal at 1:39 of overtime.
Johnson's goal came with James van Riemsdyk in the penalty box for tripping, one of eight power plays for the Kings. Los Angeles converted twice with the man advantage after Vancouver went 2 for 7 in the Flyers' previous game.
"When that many penalties happen throughout the course of a game it really takes the flow out of your bench," coach P...