Coach Craig Berube called a meeting before the Flyers kicked off their road trip last week. He was concerned about the way the team was approaching away games.

Whatever he said, the Flyers listened. After their 4-1 win in Calgary against the Flames on New Years Eve, the Flyers brought their record on this crucial six-game road trip to 3-0.

They’ve now won four in a row for the first time all season.

“I think our team’s real confident right now,” Berube said. “I think they believe they can win games, whether you have your best stuff or not. Like in Vancouver [Monday] night, we didn’t have our stuff but we still won. They’re finding ways to win. They’re a confident team right now.”

After their come-from-behind victory Saturday in Edmonton and their win in Vancouver less than 24 hours ago, the Flyers swept the three teams of Western Canada for the first time since 1996 – the only other time they’ve accomplished the feat.

“It’s been three tough games,” Scott Hartnell said. “I don’t think we played extremely well in the first two, but I thought we played a solid game tonight. Razor [Ray Emery] played unbelievable for us tonight. He was making the saves and there was hardly any rebounds. And when your goaltender’s hot, it’s nice to have.

“Six points in three games, especially when we haven’t been playing well, it’s huge.”