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The Philadelphia Flyers have lost more than two road games to only one team over the past year and a half. The lowly Tampa Bay Lightning could become the second.
The Flyers hope the holiday break helps get them going back in the right direction as they face the Lightning on Tuesday night.
Philadelphia had the Eastern Conference's most road points last season and currently has the league's most with a 13-4-2 record. The only opposing arena where the Flyers (21-9-4) have lost more than twice in that span is Madison Square Garden, having dropped three straight there after a 4-2 loss to the Rangers on Friday.
That was their third defeat in four games overall following a seven-game winning streak.
"Not Flyers hockey, really leaves a sour taste in our mouth going into the holidays," winger Scott Hartnell said after Philadelphia went scoreless for the game's first ...