The Bruins triumph without danger

The Bruins triumph without danger

The Philadelphia Flyers lost 6-2 to the Boston Bruins on Saturday at the Wells Fargo Center.

This loss is the fifth in a row for John Tortorella's men, who haven't won against the Dallas Stars since January 18th.

On Saturday, the first part of the game was particularly disastrous, as the Bruins took a 5-0 lead after 21:15 minutes. James van Riemsdyk returned to Philadelphia for the first time since signing a season-long contract with Boston last July. He scored his team's fifth goal.

David Pastrnak, Charlie McAvoy twice and Danton Heinen had previously lit the red light for the guests. Charlie Coyle was responsible for his team's sixth success in their last outing.

The only good news from the local favorite is the performance of young striker Tyson Foerster. The latter scored a brace and now has nine goals this season.

Samuel Ersson once again had a difficult performance in the cages. After conceding four goals in the first period, he was replaced by Cal Petersen. The second city repelled 12 of the 14 shots it faced.

The Flyers face the Florida Panthers on February 6th. As for the Bruins, they host the Calgary Flames on the same day.

The meeting was presented on TVA Sports.

Later this evening, the Calgary Flames will cross swords with the Chicago Blackhawks.

The meet will be broadcast on TVA Sports starting at 10 p.m.

Both teams are having difficulties. The Hawks have lost their last three games while the Flames have lost their last four games.