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Shoot-out in the Saddledome sinks Flyers 6-5, Flames score with :07 left
Robert Hagg registered an assist, 4 hits and 3 blocked shots against the Flames on Wednesday night.
Which Philly sports team are you watching most these days?
Flyers, every game I can 30.3% (10 votes)
76ers, looking like a promising team again 24.24% (8 votes)
E-A-G-L-E-S! I will peek at the others as time allows 21.21% (7 votes)
I watch them all equally, I am a sports fan 21.21% (7 votes)
Waiting on Phillies, filling in the space with whatever is on TV 3.03% (1 votes)
Total Votes: 33
Can't stop watching the Flyers win or lose. Everything else is as I have time.
Sean Couturier scored his 11th and 12th goals of the season against the Flames on Wednesday night. He added an assist, hit and 3 blocked shots in 26 minutes of ice time.
Dale Weise registered his 4th goal of the season in the second period to give the Flyers a 4-2 lead against the Flames on Wednesday night.
The Flames scored two goals in the last 1:08 and Philadelphia area product Johnny Gaudreau scored in the first minute of OT to down the Flyers in Calgary.
The Flyers got goals Couturier (2), Dale Weise, JVR, and Travis Sanheim. Couturier's second goal in the third period came short-handed and gave the Flyers a 5-4 lead.
Anthony Stolarz went the distance for the Flyers stopping 35 shots, including 12 of 13 on the Flames power play.
Phil Varone made his second straight start, this time only playing 6 minutes. The Flyers play in Edmonton Friday night and Vancouver Saturday before returning home for 3 games the week before Christmas.