Sean Couturier remained white hot for the suddenly surging Philadelphia Flyers. The breakout center scored two goals for the second time in as many days as he helped the Flyers cruise past the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday afternoon. Former Sabre Michal Neuvirth was a wall for the orange and black, stopping 30 of 31 save chances en route to the come-from-behind victory for the home squad in Wells Fargo Center.
Neither team could find the back of the net in the opening period of play, and Buffalo vastly outplayed Philadelphia right out of the gate. Had it not been for one strong powerplay from the Flyers, the stats would have been even more one-sided. Buffalo outshot the Flyers 12-5 after 20 minutes of play but did not have any lamp lighting to show for their efforts. Read More