The Philadelphia Flyers look to return to their winning ways on Monday night at home against the Carolina Hurricanes (7 p.m., CSN-PH).
The Flyers had won three straight before falling to the Winnipeg Jets Saturday afternoon, 6-4. Winnipeg netted two first-period goals and three more in the second, then held off a late Philadelphia charge led by Matt Read (two goals) to hand Philadelphia its first regulation loss in nine outings.
"Against a team like that, that's playing with confidence and moving the puck around, you're going to get behind," Flyers captain Chris Pronger said of the penalties taken by Philadelphia. "We let them get off to a great start and they kind of coasted in from there.
"When you're not ready to compete and play hard and do all the little things, we let them skate around and do what they wanted to do and that's going to be the result, that first 10 minutes."
Carolina snapped a three-game losing Skid Sunday against the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Hurricanes are 2-6-2 on the road.