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Flyers give up goal with 12 seconds to go, lose in shoot-out to Rangers 3-2
Results of last weeks poll:
The NHL All-Star game is this weekend, will you watch?
I look forward to the new 3 on 3 format, so yes 51.85% (14 votes)
I'll check in to see how Giroux is doing, but otherwise no 18.52% (5 votes)
I like the skills competition, so I will watch it as I can 14.81% (4 votes)
Not really, I may channel surf it, but no real interest in the festivities 14.81% (4 votes)
If I'm not still shoveling snow, I may watch some of it 0% (0 votes)
Total Votes: 27
The game was exciting. Wish Giroux had done more.
Radko Gudas registered 4 hits and 2 blocked shots in 18 minutes of ice time against the Rangers on Saturday.
Steve Mason stopped 26 Ranger shots on Saturday, including all 3 of their power play shots.
Claude Giroux had an assist, 3 hits and blocked shot in 22 plus minutes against the Rangers.
Above is the post for the Flyers / Blue Jackets game in Columbus Saturday night. The artwork is the product of Anthony Zych who studied at The Ohio State University. You can check out his other hockey posters and designs at www.AnthonyZych.com
Matt Read led all skaters with 6 hits in the Rangers game.
Rangers 3 Flyers 2 (OT/SO)
The Flyers had the Rangers on the ropes and could not bury them as Keith Yandle scored with 12 seconds left for force overtime. In the overtime the Rangers got to the shoot-out and scored twice as the Flyers missed both of their shots (Gagner and Giroux).
The game took a turn when early in the first period Wayne Simmonds got tied up with Rangers Captain Ryan McDonagh and was issued a match penalty for hitting McDonagh in the head with his stick. McDonagh did not return to the game.
Shayne Gostisbehere scored the first Flyers goal, a goal that was initially awarded to Ryan White. White would score later to give the Flyers a 2-1 lead.
RJ Umberger, Jordan Weal, and Brandon Manning were scratched.
The Flyers scored a power play goal for the seventh straight game.
Shayne Gostisbehere's goal gave the Flyers a 1-0 lead against the Rangers on Saturday. He also had an assist, a blocked shot in 23 minutes of ice time.