The Philadelphia Flyers suffered their second-straight shutout loss to the Minnesota Wild. The Wild scored 12 seconds into the game and rode that lead the rest of the way for a 3-0 win on two empty-net goals.
Wayne Simmonds was trying to get amped up in warmups.
But the Wild took an early lead, just 12 seconds into the game.
Jake Voracek showed off his big behind with a check behind the net.
Voracek had a nice turnaround shot, but Devan Dubnyk fought it off.
Brian Elliott matched him with a save from a shot in the slot.
Robert Hägg showed off his strength behind the net.
The Flyers trailed 1-0 after one period of play.
The Flyers got several scoring chances in the 2nd period.
Travis Konecny got a chance in the slot, but couldn’t elevate it past Dubnyk.
Scott Laughton was robbed twice in front.
Dubnyk gobbled up Jori Lehtera’s redirection on the power play.
The Flyers trailed 1-0 after two periods of play.
Brian Elliott continued to keep the Flyers in it with big saves in the 3rd period.
Here he robbed Ennis with his blocker.
And then he made a pad save on a 2-on-1 chance late in the 3rd.
Weise had a breakaway chance before that, but he was turned away.
Eric Staal and Jason Zucker scored empty-netters to make it a 3-0 game.
The Flyers fell 3-0 in Minnesota for their second straight shutout loss.
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