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Carolina downs Flyers in shoot-out 4-3 in season finale, Simmonds scores 31st goal
Who is your favorite young Flyer to watch currently?
Ivan Provorov, the future looks great on the blue line 30% (12 votes)
Jordan Weal, I hope his offense can pick up the Flyers scoring 27.5% (11 votes)
Anthony Stolarz, I wish he remained up with the Flyers to see how he will be able to help 22.5% (9 votes)
Travis Konecny, I like his grit 20% (8 votes)
Roman Lyubimov, I hope he gets more playing time so his game develops 0% (0 votes)
Total Votes: 40
Hurricanes 4 Flyers 3 (OT/SO)
The Flyers finished the season with and overtime shoot-out loss to the Hurricanes that ended their modest 6 game home win streak.
The Flyers got 2 goals from Dale Weise and a goal from team leader Wayne Simmonds who finished with 31.
Anthony Stolarz was in goal and made 32 saves.
Flyers fans got a look at prospects Robert Hagg (defense) and Mike Vecchione. Hagg played over 21 minutes, was even, had 4 hits and 3 blocked shots.
Shayne Gostisbehere assisted on the Simmonds goal giving him 32 assist on the year. His 7 goals combined for 39 points to lead the Flyers defensemen.
Anthony Stolarz stopped 32 Hurricanes shots, allowing 3 goals, 1 a power play goal on Sunday. He allowed 2 of the 3 shooters in the shoot-out to score.
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In the season finale Sean Couturier finished with 2 assist and a hit against the Hurricanes. He finished the season with 34 points in 66 games.