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After an impressive stretch that saw the Flyers win five games in a row, they’ve now lost five of their last six and extended their losing streak to three games thanks to a 2-0 loss against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Thursday night.
Steve Mason was strong in net, only allowing two goals on 27 shots, but it was not enough to get his team the win. The Flyers got 37 shots in on Sergei Bobrovsky, who turned away all he saw. James Wisniewski got the first goal of the night thanks to a powerplay in the second period, and Brandon Dubinsky added on another just a few minutes into the third.
The Flyers looked sloppy and discombobulated in the first period, but seemed to bounce back in the second, dominating the Jackets for the majority of the frame. They led in shots 17-9, but weren’t able to get anything past Bobrovsky.
In the third, they looked just as they did in the first. There was little desperation to their game and they spent most o...