Luke Schenn has just three points and is a minus-3 in the last 16 games. (Photo by Amy Irvin/Flyers Faithful)
When dealing with a scoring drought, the Flyers tried nearly everything to get their players going. That was evident when a slumping Vincent Lecavalier was moved to the second line with Brayden Schenn and Wayne Simmonds, breaking up the hottest line the Flyers had in recent games.
Defensively, the Flyers were trying to find any pair that worked. They shuffled defensive pairings all game. None worked.
The Flyers have used the same six defensemen for the last 16 games. Dec. 21, ironically a 6-3 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets in Columbus, was the last the Flyers played with Erik Gustafsson or Hal Gill.
Both should be prepared to play on Saturday, especially Gustafsson.
In the last 16 games, the Flyers defense has been as follows: Kimmo Timonen, Braydon Coburn, Nick Grossmann, Andrej Meszaros, Mark Streit and Luke Schenn.
Timonen has just two goals on the season, his la...