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Broad Street Hockey Dec 8, 2019
Slap Shots: Flyers vs. Senators

Slap Shots: Flyers vs. Senators

Heather Barry - SB Nation NHL © The Philadelphia Flyers were back Saturday afternoon trying to start a new winning streak as they hosted the Ottawa Senators. Travis Konecny opened up the scoring off a loose puck in front. Ottawa grabbed a very quick goal to tie things up, but Shayne Gostisbehere made sure it wasn’t tied for long within a goal of his own. Then, in typical Ottawa/Philly fashion, things got chippy. Jake Voracek and Joel Farabee each dropped the gloves. After Ivan Provorov gave the Flyers a 3-2 lead in the third, Anthony Duclair scored his second of the game to tie things...
Broad Street Hockey Dec 7, 2019
Recap: Flyers battle to win 4-3 vs. Senators in a wild one

Recap: Flyers battle to win 4-3 vs. Senators in a wild one

Photo by Drew Hallowell/ No one likes the Senators, and this game proves why. Three Stars 1. Ivan Provorov Provorov was stellar yet again for the Flyers, continuing his strong season. He broke up a prime 2-on-1 chance for the Senators as the highlight of a great defensive game, and scored a sweet transition goal to highlight his offensive performance. He could have had two goals honestly as he almost went coast-to-coast again for another tally. What a shot! pic.twitter.com/SBStc3tbvt— Broad Street Hockey (@BroadStHockey) December 7, 2019 2. Scott Laughton Laughton was great in...
Sportsnet.ca Dec 2, 2019
Goals of the Week: Ivan Provorov’s phenomenal OT winner

Goals of the Week: Ivan Provorov’s phenomenal OT winner

Check out the Goals of the Week, including Ivan Provorov’s stellar OT winner against the Canadiens. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Broad Street Hockey Dec 1, 2019
Provorov’s epic goal caps wild win vs. Canadiens, stellar month of November for Flyers

Provorov’s epic goal caps wild win vs. Canadiens, stellar month of November for Flyers

Photo by Francois Lacasse/NHLI via Some notes and observations from the Flyers 4-3 overtime win in Montreal last night. Ivan Provorov scored a game-winning beauty and the Flyers rallied for a 4-3 win over the Canadiens in overtime on Saturday afternoon in Montreal. The individual effort helped stand up a great team effort capping a hectic month of November that the Flyers certainly made the most of. More on that in a minute as we dive deeper into the win over the Canadiens with five big things from a fourth-straight win for the Orange and Black. Five big things Ivan the Great Talk...
Broad Street Hockey Dec 1, 2019
Provorov finishes off the Canadiens

Provorov finishes off the Canadiens

Jean-Yves Ahern-USA TODAY Sports Postgame 11/30 The Philadelphia Flyers won their fourth straight, beating the Montreal Canadiens in overtime on Saturday night. Brian Elliott made 39 saves on 42 shots, bouncing back after allowing a goal just 19 seconds into the game. Travis Konecny scored for the first time since November 10th in Boston. Oskar Lindblom and Kevin Hayes also scored for the Flyers. The biggest score of night, however, was easily Ivan Provorov, whose coast-to-coast game winner in overtime was a thing of beauty. Now, whip up a hot beverage for yourself, sit back, relax,...
Sportsnet.ca Nov 30, 2019
Provorov rips OT winner past Canadiens for Flyers victory

Provorov rips OT winner past Canadiens for Flyers victory

Ivan Provorov ended it in overtime with a beautiful goal to get the Flyers a win over Canadiens. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
The Hockey Writers Nov 30, 2019

Ivan Provorov Scores in OT, Flyers Beat Canadiens for Fourth Straight Win

MONTREAL — Ivan Provorov scored in overtime as the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Montreal Canadiens 4-3 Saturday afternoon for their fourth straight victory. Oskar Lindblom, Kevin Hayes and Travis Konecny scored in regulation for the Flyers (15-7-5), in the second game of a back-to-back. Brian Elliott made 39 saves. Joel Armia and Tomas Tatar, with two, […] The post Ivan Provorov Scores in OT, Flyers Beat Canadiens for Fourth Straight Win appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Sportsnet.ca Nov 30, 2019
Provorov scores in OT, Flyers beat Canadiens for fourth straight win

Provorov scores in OT, Flyers beat Canadiens for fourth straight win

Ivan Provorov scored in overtime as the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Montreal Canadiens 4-3 Saturday afternoon for their fourth straight victory. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Sportsnet.ca Nov 30, 2019
Ivan Provorov scores overtime goal-of-the-year candidate

Ivan Provorov scores overtime goal-of-the-year candidate

Philadelphia Flyers’ Ivan Provorov goes end-to-end and through the legs to score in overtime and put the Montreal Canadiens away. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
CBC News Nov 30, 2019
Canadiens' losing skid reaches 7 as Ivan Provorov scores OT winner for Flyers

Canadiens' losing skid reaches 7 as Ivan Provorov scores OT winner for Flyers

Ivan Provorov scored in overtime as the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Montreal Canadiens 4-3 Saturday afternoon for their fourth straight victory.
Broad Street Hockey Nov 30, 2019
Recap: Flyers down Canadiens in overtime to finish a memorable November

Recap: Flyers down Canadiens in overtime to finish a memorable November

Photo by Francois Lacasse/NHLI via It’s Ivan Provorov’s world, and we’re all just living in it. Three Stars 1. Ivan Provorov The Flyers’ number one defenseman was up to his usual antics in this one, and continued his impressive season so far. Provorov was amazing for the Flyers, making crisp breakout passes, playing strong defense, and even throwing the body around effectively. This season so far has put to rest the worries of Provorov in the offseason, and while it feels like we’re saying that every game now, it still rings true. Oh and he also scored a ridiculous...
The Hockey Writers Nov 21, 2019

Giroux’s 4-Point Night Leads Flyers past Hurricanes, 5-3

RALEIGH, N.C. — Claude Giroux had two goals and two assists, leading the Philadelphia Flyers past the Carolina Hurricanes 5-3 on Thursday night. Morgan Frost had a goal and an assist in his second NHL game, helping the Flyers stop a four-game slide. Ivan Provorov also scored, Travis Konecny had three assists and Kevin Hayes […] The post Giroux’s 4-Point Night Leads Flyers past Hurricanes, 5-3 appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Broad Street Hockey Nov 20, 2019
Wednesday Morning Fly By: Well that wasn’t very fun

Wednesday Morning Fly By: Well that wasn’t very fun

Photo by Eliot J. Schechter/NHLI via Today’s open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Flyers news and notes… *A game was played last night. Not well by one team, but it was certainly played. Recap! [BSH] *That loss means that the Flyers have lost one more game than they have won this season. Not good, but not terrible, and pretty indicative of their up and down play. [BSH] *Two of the Flyers’ most important players have had very different starts to the season. On Ivan Provorov, and Shayne Gostisbehere. [BSH] *Which NHL stars are the top candidates for individual...
Broad Street Hockey Nov 19, 2019
Ivan Provorov has been awesome, helping to distract from whatever is going on with Shayne Gostisbehere

Ivan Provorov has been awesome, helping to distract from whatever is going on with Shayne Gostisbehere

The two Flyers defenders are headed down two different paths during the first quarter of the season. While one Flyer in particular continues to struggle on the blue line, another is thriving enough to almost make you forget about the original problem. One is of course Shayne Gostisbehere and the other is Ivan Provorov, and if you haven’t been under a rock, you’d know of the early season issues of the Ghost and of the early season success of the Provy. The two integral parts of the Flyers defensive corps couldn’t possibly be headed in more opposite directions through 20 games, and...
Broad Street Hockey Nov 17, 2019
Slap Shots: Flyers vs. Islanders

Slap Shots: Flyers vs. Islanders

Heather Barry - SB Nation NHL © The Philadelphia Flyers were looking to right the ship and get back in the win column on Saturday night as they hosted the New York Islanders. The start was everything the Orange and Black would want, goals from Sean Couturier, Ivan Provorov, and Oskar Lindblom to give them a 3-0 lead heading into the third period and a good effort in net by Brian Elliott. But then the third period happened. The Flyers blew a three-goal lead and the game would eventually head to overtime and then a shootout, which seems to be the norm for this team lately. In the...

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