Posted March 09, 2013 on AP on Fox
The Philadelphia Flyers and Buffalo Sabres are both in last place in their respective divisions and on three-game losing streaks. One of these teams will end its slide Sunday night when they meet in Philadelphia. Philadelphia (11-14-1) never recovered from a bad start in Saturday's 3-0 loss at Boston. The game was scoreless midway through the first period before the Flyers yielded all three goals in a span of 2 minutes, 18 seconds. "You look down the bench and everyone's heads were down and it just seemed like we were real deflated right from that bad, and that's not what good teams do," winger Scott Hartnell said. "It's on us to pick each other up and to support each other and just be positive and it just seemed like it was down 1-0 and it seemed like we just packed it in." Philadelphia held a team meeting after the loss as it tries to avoid its first four-game slide in two seasons. "It's always good when you have a meeting," c...
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