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JVR’s three-point night leads Flyers to win over Panthers

JVR’s three-point night leads Flyers to win over Panthers

James van Riemsdyk scored a goal and added two assists as the Philadelphia Flyers defeated the Florida Panthers. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Broad Street Hockey Feb 13, 2020
Flyers 6, Panthers 2: Points for everyone!

Flyers 6, Panthers 2: Points for everyone!

Photo by Eliot J. Schechter/NHLI via The Flyers bounced back in a big way with their first win in Sunrise in, literally, years. After a pretty disappointing (to say the least) loss against the Islanders on Tuesday, the Flyers were back at it tonight to hopefully get themselves back on track and keep the Panthers from gaining any ground on them in the standings. They, it feels a little strange to say, got off to a pretty good start, and with a strong first shift for the fourth line, Michael Raffl got a chance on the rush and while he didn’t get a good shot off, he did draw a penalty...
Broad Street Hockey Feb 13, 2020
Flyers start Florida road trip with visit to face Panthers

Flyers start Florida road trip with visit to face Panthers

It’s the 101st matchup between the two, or one more than the 100th matchup, which took place on Monday. The Flyers already denied the fellow playoff chasing Panthers of valuable points earlier this week, but the question is now is just how many points they can take from the team looking up at them in the standings. After leaping over the Hurricanes with the win over these same Panthers on Monday, the Flyers look to further the gap in their possession of the second and final Eastern Conference wild card spot and the slew of chasers behind them. One of those teams is said Panthers, who...
Broad Street Hockey Feb 13, 2020
Thursday Morning Fly By: Let’s try this again

Thursday Morning Fly By: Let’s try this again

Today’s open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Flyers news and notes… *After one (1) night off, we are back at it again with another look at the Florida Panthers, this time in Sunrise. The Panthers need these points just as badly as the Flyers do, so it won’t be easy. Just win. [Yahoo Sports] *And the Panthers are feeling confident. So another slow start is probably not a great idea. [Inquirer] *Here’s what we learned from that collapse on Long Island. DO BETTER TODAY. [BSH] *No getting around it, it was the defense that failed the Flyers Tuesday night....
Broad Street Hockey Feb 11, 2020
Preview: Flyers look to extend winning streak to three over Islanders

Preview: Flyers look to extend winning streak to three over Islanders

Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports Let’s keep this rolling. Back so soon? Because the schedule this season is madness, after the Flyers picked up a much needed win over the Panthers last night, they’re back at it again tonight, facing off against the Islanders. The Islanders are in kind of a weird stretch right now—they looked for a hot second like they might be coming back down to Earth, and then they go and beat the Capitals 5-3 last night, so who knows. They are still just one point ahead of the Flyers in the standings, and if they Flyers can pull off a regulation win tonight,...
Broad Street Hockey Feb 11, 2020
Flyers 4, Panthers 1: Momentum, hello

Flyers 4, Panthers 1: Momentum, hello

Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports Some observations for your morning... Well how about that? The Flyers, after putting up a pretty decisive win over the Capitals on Saturday, were able to keep things rolling and come back last night and beat the Panthers on home ice. The win over the Caps was nice, but with the Panthers right in the mix with them for one of the wildcard spots right now, in a way this one felt just a little more important. They took care of business in the way that they needed to and it’s helping to keep them above water in the standings, which they sorely need. All stats...
Broad Street Hockey Feb 11, 2020
Bob doesn’t have enough Hart

Bob doesn’t have enough Hart

Photo by Len Redkoles/NHLI via Postgame 2/10 The Philadelphia Flyers kept the momentum going on Monday night, defeating Joel Quenneville’s Florida Panthers, 4-1, at the Wells Fargo Center. Carter Hart made his triumphant return to the lineup, stopping 30 of 31 Panthers shots, earning his first victory since January 13th. Ivan Provorov, James van Reimsdyk, Travis Sanheim, and Claude Giroux scored Philly’s goals in the victory. Giroux’s was a short-handed empty-netter on his backhand from about 190 feet that split the uprights perfectly, as the puck was lodged underneath the goal...

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