2:40 PM EST, Tue November 20, 2018
www.bostonherald.com Nov 18, 2018
NHL roundup: Anthony Cirelli lifts Lightning to wild win over Flyers

NHL roundup: Anthony Cirelli lifts Lightning to wild win over Flyers

PHILADELPHIA — Anthony Cirelli scored 1:47 into overtime, and the Tampa Bay Lightning topped the Philadelphia Flyers 6-5 on Saturday after blowing a big lead in the third period.Cirelli outmuscled Wayne Simmonds and beat Calvin Pickard with a top-shelf wrist shot. It was his fourth goal of the season.Tampa Bay opened a 5-1 lead 9:08 into the third on Brayden Points fifth goal in two games. But Philadelphia rallied behind two goals by Travis Konecny and Simmonds tied it with 3:32 left in regulation, beating Louis Domingue while lying on his back.The Lightning won for the sixth time in eight...

Flyers roar back but lose in OT to Tampa Bay, 6-5

Anthony Cirelli spun away from Wayne Simmonds and scored the game-winner with 3:13 left in overtime.
Broad Street Hockey Nov 2, 2018
We need a name for the second line

We need a name for the second line

BSH Radio Facebook Live postgame reaction following 5-2 victory in LA The Philadelphia Flyers won their second consecutive game on Thursday night, a feat they had not yet accomplished in the first calendar month of the season, knocking off the Los Angeles Kings in the Staples Center to open November. Nolan Patrick centering Oskar Lindblom and Jakub Voracek, stood out, just as they did in Anaheim, combining for five points on the evening. Lindblom lead the way, picking up an assist on a play eerily similar to his game-winning set up on Tuesday, this time to Wayne Simmonds, who had just...
Broad Street Hockey Nov 2, 2018
For the first time this season, the Flyers have won consecutive games

For the first time this season, the Flyers have won consecutive games

Well, this certainly wasn’t expected. 1st Period The Flyers’ slow starts almost came back to bite them early on in this one, as just about two minutes in, Wayne Simmonds took a tripping penalty sending the Kings to the game’s first power play. However, with strong work by Sean Couturier, Ivan Provorov and co. the Flyers were able to kill off the power play with relative ease. And despite allowing that first power play, the Flyers had the edge in shots through the first half of the first period. Couturier had an early chance on a two-on-one, and the Oskar Lindblom — Nolan Patrick —...
OC Register Nov 2, 2018
Kings can’t ground Flyers, who hand them their 7th loss in 8 games

Kings can’t ground Flyers, who hand them their 7th loss in 8 games

Jeff Carter and Ilya Kovalchuk score for the Kings, but former King Wayne Simmonds' second-period goal gives the Flyers the lead for good and Philadelphia takes a 5-2 victory.

Wayne Simmonds Photos

Flyers Player News