Kris Letang scored on a wraparound that required review in overtime, handing the Flyers a 3-2 loss to Pittsburgh.
Notably in Thursday’s game, the Flyers saw their goalie perform at the level he’s shown before but struggled to get to this season. And he had to take center stage in the skills competition coin flip that is the shootout to secure a 2-1 victory over the Penguins.
In the final moments of the game, the tables had turned. The Flyers get some opportunities and got some bounces and turned it into a dramatic comeback win that will forever hold a place in Flyers lore. Here is a look back at our next Flyers Greatest Moment, the 2019 Stadium Series game.
For the next few weeks, we’ll take a look back on several playoff series in Flyers history, both won and lost by the Flyers, and review them to see some of the turning points within the series and how the result could have been different. We begin with the Flyers last playoff series back in 2018 against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Despite the Flyers’ slim chances of making this year’s Stanley Cup Playoffs, there is victory in one way. After Sunday night’s exciting win over the Pittsburgh Penguins, the season series was won with the Flyers winning three of four meetings.
With 10 games remaining on the schedule, it remains to be seen if the Flyers take this win and turn it into some magical last-gasp playoff run that gets them in, but it kept their playoff hopes alive for now.
Here’s a look at all the trades that went down on the big day — and the week leading up to it — that will shape the balance of power around the NHL heading into the playoffs…and beyond.
After a long eight-year career as a Philadelphia Flyer, Wayne Simmonds will be moving onto his new team. We take a look back at the path that he has been on since arriving back in 2011-2012.
A power-play goal, an unlikely goal and a heroic goal by the captain turned a 3-1 deficit late into a 4-3 win in the 2019 Stadium Series over the Penguins. For now, it keeps the Flyers in the playoff race when it all looked like the end. It’s the biggest win of the season for the Flyers, who for one night, gave nearly 70,000 people a chance to celebrate.
Claude Giroux scored at 1:59 of overtime to seal a 4-3 win over the Penguins, after the Flyers completed a two-goal comeback in the final four minutes of the third, giving the Flyers the win in the 2019 Stadium Series at Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday night.