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Islanders 4 Flyers 
     Kevin Hayes had a great series.  H e missed on a second period breakaway in game 7.
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Flyers 2 Penguins 1 (OT/SO)
Carter Hart stops 31 Penguins shots, Giroux   & Couturier shoot-out goals lift Flyers 2-1
    Claude Giroux and Sean Couturier buried shoot-out goals lifted the Flyers pass the Penguins Thursday night in Pittsburgh.  The victory was the Flyers first shoot-out victory in 6 tries against the Penguins.
    The win was the first for Carter Hart in the last 8 tries.
    Jake Voracek goal early the 3rd period tied the game.
    Rookies Wade Allison and Tanner Laczynski both played over 10 minutes and looked very good getting several opportunities.
    Jeff Carter suited up against the Flyers for the first time as a Penguin.  Nolan Patrick left the game in the third period after taking a puck to the head from a Phil Myers point shot.
     Jake Voracek's early 3rd period goal tied the Penguins at 1.  It was his 8th of the season.
Besides the 31 saves in regulation and OT, Hart stopped 2 of the 3 Penguins shoot-out shooters.
Robert Hagg had 6 of the Flyers 25 hits against the Penguins on Thursday night.