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Laughton & Hart help the Flyers nip the Senators 4-3 in feisty game
Flyers @ Avalanche Wednesday 9:30pm
Carter Hart was calm, cool in stopping 27 Senators shots on Saturday. 10 of the shots came on the Sens 0-3 power play.
Scott Laughton had his best game of the season on Saturday. He scored the game winning goal, assisted on another, was +1 with 4 hits in 18+ minutes of ice time.
Robert Hagg registered 7 hits and 3 blocked shots, while playing even in 15 minutes of ice time against the Oilers.
Who do you think will end up leading the Flyers in goals this season?
Travis Konecny 53.7% (29 votes)
Claude Giroux 18.52% (10 votes)
Sean Couturier 14.81% (8 votes)
Oscar Lindblom 11.11% (6 votes)
Kevin Hayes 1.85% (1 votes)
Total Votes: 54
Yup, Konecny seems to have the touch this season. Giroux will pour it on eventually.
er draft pick paying dividends 0% (0 votes)
Total Votes: 22
The Flyers avenged a loss to the Senators last month by nipping them with a Scott Laughton goal just under 5 minutes to go in the third. Laughton's goal came just 11 seconds after Anthony Duclair's second goal of the game tied it at 3.
The Flyers got goals from Konecny (11), Gostisbehere (4), Provorov (7) and Laughton (4) . Laughton's 4 gaols have come in the last 6 games.
Carter Hart was spectacular. He allowed a short handed goal that he misplayed with Gostisbehere, and 2 others he had no chance on. It was Hart's 4th win in a row and makes his record 10-5-3.
Travis Konecny got caught looking at a pass and took a backside hit and did not return to the game.
The Flyers now hit the road for 3 west coast games before returning home the 17th.
Ivan Provorov scored his 7th goal of the season to give the Flyers a 3-2 lead in the third period. He had 2 shots on goals, 2 hits and a blocked shot in 26 and half minutes of ice time.