The Flyers are once again taking on former captain Claude Giroux and the Ottawa Senators, only this marks Giroux’s first game in Philadelphia in another uniform.
Zack MacEwen scored the game-winning goal in the second period and Carter Hart stood tall in a 2-1 win for the Flyers over the Senators on Saturday night.
A three-game road trip comes to an end on Saturday night as the Flyers face the Ottawa Senators and a familiar face on the opposition. It will be Claude Giroux’s first game against his long-time former team.
The Ottawa Senators scored three times in the third period to hand the Flyers one final loss on the season by a score of 4-2, giving the Orange and Black a 25-46-11 record to finish the season.
A power-play goal and empty-netter proved to be the difference in the Flyers 3-1 loss to the Ottawa Senators on Friday night.
The Flyers, without Claude Giroux in anticipation of a trade, will take on the Ottawa Senators on Friday night.
It wasn’t pretty, and against another of the NHL’s bottom-feeder teams, the mistakes being made and the habits continuing to take center-stage are still troubling. But the Flyers also have strung together wins and points, and that’s what was needed against these teams. Now they need to continue to form better habits and apply it, perhaps as soon as next week against some tough Metro Division competition, if the schedule allows.
Travis Sanheim scored the game-winning goal at 1:35 of OT, giving the Flyers a 4-3 win over the Senators on Saturday night at Wells Fargo Center.
The Flyers face off against the 30th-ranked Ottawa Senators on Saturday night. But don’t be fooled, the Senators have won five of their last seven games, including convincing wins over Tampa Bay and Florida in the last week.
The bad blood between the Flyers and Ottawa Senators was still fresh from a game just eight days earlier, so when the teams met on March 5, 2004, it would become a historic night in a very different way.
After missing out on several chances to end the game in overtime, the Flyers came away victorious in the shootout, taking a 5-4 decision in Ottawa on Saturday night.
The rematch between the Flyers and Senators after a heated matchup two weeks ago has been highly anticipated, and the Flyers hit the road to face the Senators for the final time this season on Saturday.
The Flyers came away with the 4-3 win over the Senators on Saturday afternoon, but perhaps something bigger than just two points. It was just another example of a team that continues to show a closeness and ability to overcome adversity that wasn’t there in the past.
A chippy and physical game ended in victory for the Flyers, as Scott Laughton scored just 11 seconds after the Senators tied the game at three to lift the Flyers to a 4-3 win over Ottawa on Saturday afternoon at Wells Fargo Center.
The Flyers get the chance to get back in the win column when they face the Ottawa Senators on Saturday afternoon at Wells Fargo Center.
The Flyers seven-game points streak came to an end in a 2-1 loss to the Ottawa Senators.
The Flyers take their seven-game points streak into Friday night’s game against the Ottawa Senators.
With plenty of pressure already on him from injuries and only scoring 30 and 31 points in his first two seasons in Philadelphia, Nolan Patrick has much to prove in the upcoming 2019-20 season.
The Flyers did what they had to against the Ottawa Senators. After falling behind in the first period, they stayed the course, got their legs, took the lead in the second and handled business against the NHL’s worst team this season in a 3-2 win.
The Senators made things interested with a late goal, but the Flyers held on for a 3-2 win. Coupled with Columbus’ 2-0 loss to the Islanders, the Flyers moved to within three points of a playoff spot with the win.
Monday, the Flyers will face the Ottawa Senators, the team at the bottom of the NHL standings and a team that looks a lot different following the trade deadline two weeks ago. It is one of the rare games left on the Flyers schedule against a team outside the playoff picture.
Ever since he entered the NHL, Sean Couturier has been an under-appreciated player for the Philadelphia Flyers. Now he has turned into a valuable top-six center for the team that drafted him back in 2011.
If anything was indicative in this game, it’s that the Flyers certainly know that a lot of change could lie in store, but the results aren’t going to change without max effort.
The Senators struck for three goals in 5:29 to turn the tables and take a 4-3 win from the Flyers on Tuesday night at Wells Fargo Center.