Tkachuk's shootout goal helps Flames top Flyers, end skid
PHILADELPHIA — The Calgary Flames used a fortunate bounce to pick up a sorely needed win. Matthew Tkachuk scored the only goal in the shootout, and the Flames beat the Philadelphia Flyers 3-2 on Saturday to stop a six-game slide. “It feels good, obviously,” Flames coach Bill Peters said. “We needed it.” Lindholm tied it at 2 when he scored with 1:23 left in regulation. After David Rittich was pulled in favour of an extra attacker, Rasmus Andersson’s slap shot from the point went wide of the net. But it ricocheted off the back boards to a wide-open Lindholm, who knocked in his 11th of the season.
Laughton had a goal, an assist and a hard check in a chippy contest to lead the Philadelphia Flyers to a 4 - 3 victory over the Ottawa Senators on Saturday. Provorov gave Philadelphia a 3-2 lead 3:17 into the third when he fired a wrist shot past Anders Nilsson's glove side. Duclair tied the game at 2 with a
Scott Laughton scored the tiebreaking goal late in the third period to give the Philadelphia Flyers a 4 - 3 win against the Ottawa Senators at Wells Fargo Center "[ Flyers coach Alain Vigneault] is giving me a lot of opportunities, especially late in games , going out there and protecting leads ," Laughton said.
PHILADELPHIA — Scott Laughton responded to a jarring hit to his teammate in a big way.
Laughton had a goal, an assist and a hard check in a chippy contest to lead the Philadelphia Flyers to a 4-3 victory over the Ottawa Senators on Saturday.
“It was a physical game,” Laughton said. “I like playing in those, so it was nice.”
Ivan Provorov, Travis Konecny and Shayne Gostisbhere also scored for Philadelphia, which has won six of seven.
Konecny didn’t return after a hard, open-ice hit by Mark Borowiecki late in the first period due to what Philadelphia coach Alain Vigneault called an upper body injury.
Voracek scores in 3rd to lift Flyers over Canucks 2-1
PHILADELPHIA — Jakub Voracek scored midway through the third period to lift the Philadelphia Flyers over the Vancouver Canucks 2-1 Monday night. Voracek one-timed Justin Braun’s pass off the right post and behind goalie Thatcher Demko. Voracek’s sixth of the season and second in two games snapped a 1-1 tie. Sean Couturier scored his seventh goal for Philadelphia, and Carter Hart stopped 16 shots. J.T. Miller put Vancouver ahead with his 10th goal midway through the first period, but Demko couldn’t make it stand. He made 32 saves.Miller took advantage of a turnover deep in the Flyers zone by whipping a wrist shot that beat Hart to the stick side.
Scott Laughton had a goal, an assist and a hard check in a chippy contest to lead the Philadelphia Flyers to a 4 - 3 victory over the Ottawa Senators . Every Goal From Metropolitan vs. Atlantic At 2019 NHL All-Star Game - Продолжительность: 5:08 SPORTSNET 86 142 просмотра.
Game notes Flames D Travis Hamonic (lower body) returned to the lineup after missing six games . As the puck bounces off Senators goalie Anders Nilsson, Scott Laughton quickly picks it up and fires off a fast shot to score the go-ahead goal for the Laughton leads Flyers past Senators 4 - 3 .
Borowiecki entered third in the NHL with 115 hits, and he caught an unsuspecting Konecny with a hard check with 2:22 left in the first. No penalty was called on the hit.
The game got physical after that, with Philadelphia’s Jakub Voracek fighting Nick Paul in a one-sided affair won by Paul. Less than 15 seconds into the second, Laughton sent Ottawa’s Jean-Gabriel Pageau to the ice with a hard hit of his own. Pageau got up and then fought Flyers rookie Joel Farabee to a draw.
“I think the way our team responded was a big plus for us,” Gostisbehere said.
The checking remained hard, but the game settled down from that point – until the final seconds.
There were sticks and gloves all over the ice with 24.5 seconds remaining when Brady Tkachuk sent Laughton down with a cross-check and then jumped on him looking for a fight. Tkachuk was sent off with two penalties, for cross-checking and roughing.
Giroux, Flyers beat Maple Leafs 6-1 for 5th straight win
PHILADELPHIA — Claude Giroux scored the go-ahead goal midway through the third period and the Philadelphia Flyers had three goals in the final 2:06 to get their fifth straight win, 6-1 over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday night. Travis Konecny had a goal and an assist for Philadelphia, which has earned points in seven straight games (6-0-1). The Flyers had an NHL-best 24 points in November, going 10-2-4 to tie a franchise record for most points in a month. Carter Hart finished with 27 saves.Scott Laughton, Joel Farabee, Shayne Gostisbehere and James van Riemsdyk also scored.
Both have played several games with the Ducks this season while also spending time with the San Diego Gulls of the American Hockey League. Laughton leads Flyers past Senators 4 - 3 . Scott Laughton had a goal, an assist and a hard check in a chippy contest to lead the Philadelphia Flyers
The Senators , making their second stop on a five- game road trip, are four points behind first-place Montreal in the Atlantic Division and four points in Ceci deked past fallen Flyers defenders Brandon Manning and Del Zotto to the right of Philadelphia's net before passing back to Turris in the slot.
Laughton recently returned from a broken finger that cost him 13 games and couldn’t respond the way he wanted. Asked if he wished he could’ve fought Tkachuk, Laughton said, “Yeah.”
Anthony Duclair netted a pair of goals and Tkachuk also scored for Ottawa, which has lost six of seven.
“I think we were engaged, physically at least, from the very beginning,” Senators defenceman Dylan DeMelo said. “We just made too many mistakes that end up being in our net, but you can’t fault our effort. I thought we played hard.”
After Duclair notched his second of the contest to tie it with five minutes left, Laughton answered just 11 seconds later by finishing on a rebound to put Philadelphia ahead.
“He’s one of the guys who responded best,” Vigneault said of Laughton.
Provorov gave Philadelphia a 3-2 lead 3:17 into the third when he fired a wrist shot past Anders Nilsson’s glove side.
Duclair tied the game at 2 with a short-handed tally with 6:42 left in the second. Flyers goalie Carter Hart and Gostisbehere had miscommunication as Hart tried to play the puck behind the net to his defenceman, and Duclair hustled between them and scored on a wraparound.
Sens Re-Assign Brannstrom, Hogberg
Bonestorm is back in BelleVegas.Brannstrom, who was the principle piece in February’s Mark Stone trade, has played 25 games with the Sens this year, posting two assists. Despite the lack of offence, he’s had a solid start to the campaign, with a Corsi rating of 50.40%, which is comparable to Thomas Chabot. That said, the Senators need him contributing on the scoresheet, and playing big minutes coupled with first powerplay time in Belleville will likely help to get that part of his game going again.
Claude Giroux, Nolan Patrick and Brandon Manning each scored in the 3 rd period, helping give the Flyers a 5- 3 win against the Senators .
Jakub Voracek scored two goals and added three assists to lead the Flyers to a 7- 4 road victory against the Senators .
Philadelphia outscored Ottawa 2-1 in the first and had a goal disallowed after a coach’s challenge.
Konecny got Philadelphia on the board 1:45 into the contest. After Tkachuk tied it following a stellar pass from behind the net by Pageau almost three minutes later, Gostisbehere scored on a slap shot with the Flyers in a 6-on-5 situation due to a delayed penalty with 13:44 left in the first.
It appeared that Oskar Lindblom made it a two-goal advantage 43 seconds later, but the goal was disallowed after video replay showed Philadelphia was offside.
Senators goalie Craig Anderson suffered a lower body injury while trying to make the save on Lindblom’s chip from behind the net. He didn’t return and was replaced by Nilsson.
Notes: The teams will wrap up the three-game season series on Dec. 21 in Ottawa. The Senators won 2-1 at home on Nov. 15. ... Paul returned after leaving with a neck injury 4:05 into the first period of Wednesday’s 5-2 win at Edmonton. … Ottawa D Cody Goloubef was back in the lineup for the first time since Nov. 20. … The Flyers improved to 10-2-4 at home.
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Flyers sink Sens in shootout after a spirited Saturday night affair .
Duclair, Ennis, Hogberg are the Sens’ stars in an entertaining 5-4 loss to PhiladelphiaMarcus Hogberg was almost the story of the night. After winning his first NHL game in overtime on Thursday against Nashville, the Swedish rookie made eight of his 35 stops in a busy overtime, and stymied two Flyers shooters in the shootout. However, his skaters weren’t up to the task, and looked out of gas in the extra frame. By my count, the Senators had the puck for <1:30 of the five minute overtime, and only generated one scoring chance to the Flyers four.