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Flyers ride Carter Hart to 4th win in a row, down Bruins in OT/SO 3-2, Myers scores in 3rd straight
Flyers vs Capitals Wednesday 7:30pm
Carter Hart's 26 saves against the Bruins helped the Flyers improve to 10-5-2 on the season, good enough for 4th in the conference.
Phil Myers has now scored a goal in 3 straight games. Against the Bruins he finished +2, had 2 shots on goal, 6 hits and a blocked shot in almost 20 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.
Flyers 3 Bruins 2 (OT/SO)
What has been your most pleasant Flyers surprise this season?
The emergence of Oskar Lindblom, last year not a fluke! 31.25% (10 votes)
The amazing play of Travis Konecny 28.13% (9 votes)
The surprising play of Brian Elliott 21.88% (7 votes)
Matt Niskanen, much better than we thought 15.63% (5 votes)
Kevin Hayes surprisingly strong offensively 3.11% (1 votes)
Total Votes: 32
er draft pick paying dividends 0% (0 votes)
Total Votes: 22
Oskar Lindblom finished +2 against the Bruins and assisted on the Konecny goal.
Travis Konecny followed a jail-break 4 on 1 zone entry to swat his 8th goal of the season past Bruins goaltender Halak. He assisted on the Myers goal, finished +2 with a hit and blocked shot against the Bruins.
The Flyers have 10 wins in the first games since 2011, and 5-0-1 in November. The Flyers are also 3-2 in shoot-outs this year, and area they have always struggled.
Carter Hart stopped all 4 shots on goal when the Bruins were on the power play, and all three Bruins shoot-out shooters.
The Flyers got goals from Travis Konecny and Phil Myers. Their lone shoot-out goal came from rookie Joel Farabee. The Bruins went first, so the Flyers only sent 2 shooters to the shoot-out.