Flyers 5: Takeaways from Wednesday’s Flyers-Bruins Game

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The dividends that are being paid from several new faces are very clear. Three of those newcomers had multiple points and helped the Flyers get off to their best scoring start through three games since 1983-84 with another six-goal outburst.

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Sanheim Nets OT Winner as Flyers Defeat Bruins

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Travis Sanheim delivered, with the help of Patrice Bergeron going down as Sanheim moved in on a counter-rush. Sanheim scored on Dan Vladar to give the Flyers a 3-2 overtime win, the team’s first over the Bruins this season, on Monday night in Boston.

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Hart Pulled After Bruins 4-Goal 2nd in Rout of Flyers

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With a shorthanded lineup once again, the Bruins got another late second-period goal that started the unraveling. This time, it didn’t even take until the third. Three goals for the Bruins in 1:39 capped off a four-goal period, as the Flyers were routed in the outdoor game at Lake Tahoe by a score of 7-3 on Sunday night.

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Bruins Hand Flyers Another Ugly Loss

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Saturday’s game in Boston further exposed the Flyers flaws. The Bruins struck for the first goal of the game in the first and out-shot the Flyers, 10-4, in the opening period. A late second-period goal put the Bruins up by two, then everything unraveled again, as the Flyers were routed for the second time this week, losing 6-1.

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Flyers 5: Takeaways from Thursday’s Flyers-Bruins Game

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The Flyers managed to get a point in Thursday’s game with a late power-play goal that tied things up and forced overtime and the eventual shootout, but it is a relatively lucky point for the Flyers to earn, given how the game played out. It could have easily been two points…and it could have easily been no points. Five takeaways from Thursday’s shootout loss to the Bruins.

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Flyers Lose Lead, Fall to Bruins in Shootout

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The Flyers took a 2-0 lead to the third and gave it all back in a span of 2:06. Two Bruins goals tied the game early in the third, starting a frantic back-and-forth scoring barrage. Ultimately, the game was capped off with a shootout, and the Flyers couldn’t find a way to score while the Bruins got the only goal necessary, winning the game, 5-4.

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Flyers-Bruins Observations: Deja Vu?

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Just like on Saturday, the Flyers came away with the victory, another 3-2 result against the Bruins, completing a very successful weekend that has them off to a great start this season.

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Hart Leads Flyers to Shootout Win in Boston

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Carter Hart survived a flurry of chances late in regulation and overtime and did not allow a goal in the shootout as the Flyers claimed another win, beating the Bruins, 3-2, in a shootout on Sunday night.

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Around the NHL: O’Reilly Strikes Twice, Blues Even Series

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Entering the third period of Game 4 in a 2-2 tie, Ryan O’Reilly’s second goal of the game proved to be the game-winner as the St. Louis Blues evened the series at two games apiece with a 4-2 win over the Boston Bruins.

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Around the NHL: Bruins Roll to Game 3 Win

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By the end of the first period, Boston had a 3-0 lead, opened it up to 4-0 early in the second and the St. Louis Blues could never recover in a 7-2 Bruins win in Game 3 on Saturday night.

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Around the NHL: Blues Take Game 2 in OT, Even Series

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Carl Gunnarsson scored on a delayed penalty call at 3:51 of overtime to give the St. Louis Blues a 3-2 win over the Boston Bruins in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final, sending the series back to St. Louis tied, 1-1.

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Around the NHL: Getting Closer to an All Wildcard East Final

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The Columbus Blue Jackets and Carolina Hurricanes both made the playoffs in the two wildcard spots in the East and pulled off upsets of the two division winners in the first round. Now, both teams hold the lead in their respective second round series after three games.

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Chuck Fletcher’s Best and Worst Moves as in Minnesota

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With Chuck Fletcher now taking the GM seat for the Flyers and holding the GM role for the second time in his executive career, it’s fair to wonder if he’s the right man for the job. Here’s a look at his best and worst moves as GM of the Minnesota Wild from 2009 to 2018.

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