Flyers cash out Vegas to end losing streak

Philadelphia: It early in the 2019-20 NHL season and every team is figuring out their identity and your Philadelphia Flyers are looking to end losing streak as they took on Vegas Golden Knights from Wells Fargo Center in South Philadelphia.

Coming into the game, the Flyers were on a four-game losing streak with their latest loss which was on Saturday night when they fell to the Dallas Stars.

The Flyers would win this game 6-2 and some thoughts on the win.

Joel Farabee NHL Debut:

This was a special night as it marked the NHL debut for Joel Farabee, In his debut, Farabee would have 3 Shots on Goal, played 18 Shifts for 14:35 Time on Ice.

Action shot of Farabee

In the third period, Farabee would have a good scoring chance and missed the net by inches

Brian Elliott on fire:

The Flyers would have Brian Elliott in goal for this game and he would make some big saves

One of the saves:

Elliott would finish the game with 33 saves on 35 shots.

Offensive scores 4 goal second period:

The Flyers would have 1-0 lead going into second period and the offense would explode for an four goal period lead by Michael Raffl, Kevin Hayes, Oskar Lindblom & Matt Niskanen.

What a blast by Matt Niskanen

What a play by Kevin Hayes:

How the Wells Fargo Center sounded:

Final stats:

The Flyers needed this type of game to end a losing streak and show the rest of the league to not sleep on them.

The Philadelphia Flyers will now try to begin a winning streak as they take on Blackhawks on Thursday in Chicago and then battle the Columbus Bluejackets on Saturday at Wells Fargo Center.

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