The Flyers scored five times in the second period to open up a lead and never looked back in a 6-2 victory over the Coyotes at Wells Fargo Center on Thursday night.
Carter Hart will make his return to the crease as the Philadelphia Flyers take on the Arizona Coyotes on Thursday night.
Clayton Keller’s goal with 22 seconds remaining in overtime capped off a hat trick in a 5-4 loss for the Flyers to the Arizona Coyotes.
With the Coyotes currently below the Flyers in the standings, one of the few teams in that position, this game could have some implications on the draft lottery sweepstakes down the road.
It may not make a difference in saving their season, but wins are wins at this point. The Flyers will certainly take them in an effort to see if they can right the ship, especially as the schedule lightens up in the next few games.
A pair of goals by James van Riemsdyk paced the Flyers offense, as they claimed back-to-back wins for the first time since Oct. 27 and 28, defeating the Arizona Coyotes, 5-3, on Saturday night.
The Flyers close out a three-game road trip in Arizona to face off against the NHL’s last-place team, the Coyotes.
The Flyers stayed the course, overcoming a questionable overturned goal call and a tight contest between a team desperate to get their first win. They finally broke through in the third, and their goaltender did the rest.
Carter Hart was once again a key reason the Flyers were in position to win on Tuesday night. Only this time, Hart was on the right end of the result, doing more than just getting the win, but nailing down a 29-save shutout in a 3-0 Flyers win over the Arizona Coyotes.