Despite the win streak being at four games, which ties a season long, Flyers coach Craig Berube is not impressed. In his mind, his team had a two-goal lead and could have had more, but took some penalties and allowed the Dallas Stars to get back in the game. For much of the game the Flyers were clinging to a one-goal lead, Wayne Simmonds and Steve Mason the saviors in a 4-2 win. Their reward? Back to the drawing board today in practice, because there are mistakes to fix. “You gotta talk about them and show things and stay on them,” Berube said. “They know it wasn’t good enough tonight, but we won. Really, it wasn’t good enough.” The Flyers hadn’t played a team as desperate as the Stars in a while. Wins over Pittsburgh and Chicago were great, but those teams are firmly cemented in playoff position. Dallas is on the outside of the playoff picture and have now lost three straight. From the opening puck drop, they had a bit more drive than the Flyers were used to seeing. After the first burst, the Flyers reeled off the game’s first two goals. The first game from Mark Streit, whose slapshot after a faceoff win by Claude Giroux beat Tim Thomas at 10:23. Then it was Wayne Simmonds, who notched the first of two goals on the night. It was his 13th power-play goal after he got the rebound of a crazy bounce where Scott Hartnell hit the post, the puck went off of Thomas’ skate and off the other post. “It was a great play from Jake (Voracek) to Hartsy, a great shot-pass,” Simmonds said. “I was just lucky enough to be standing there when it hit both posts to hit that empty net.”