Philadelphia plays its third game of a four-game road trip on Saturday against the Calgary Flames. The Flyers split the first two games on the trip.
The Philadelphia Flyers resume their Western Conference road trip on Saturday night at 10 p.m. against the Calgary Flames. (TV: CBC, CSN-PH)
Philadelphia split the first two games of the trip, edging the Winnipeg Jets 5-4 in overtime on Tuesday but falling 2-0 to the Edmonton Oilers on Thursday. The NHL reviewed a Scott Hartnell penalty from the latter game to determine whether he deserved discipline, but ruled that his hit on Magnus Paajarvi did not merit a fine or suspension.
Calgary has lost back-to-back affairs, including a 4-3 shootout loss to the Phoenix Coyotes on Thursday. After skating to a 3-3 tie, the Flames could not net a goal during the shootout and Miikka Kiprusoff -- who made 26 saves -- allowed a Ray Whitney goal that gave Phoenix the victory.