Flyers fail to finish strong against Hurricanes



The third period started off with a quiet tone to it, but the Flyers were definitely pushing the pace and were consistently on the attack in the early part of the period. They had several chances in tight and from the point, but nothing clear cut and open for an easy goal. The Flyers managed to keep a relentless possession game through the first 10 minutes of the third period and on several occasions looked like the team that they showed a couple months ago. However, even with all of the pressure the Flyers were still one goal behind and only less than half a period from finalizing their season. With two minutes left the Flyers decided to pull the goalie and try for some last minute of the last day heroics. With nothing on the line the Flyers wanted to leave with their heads standing tall. However, with all their better attempts the Flyers fell short to come back. And much like their 2018-2019 season they were able to make the comeback they wish they had.

28 Claude Giroux -14 Sean Couturier – 11 Travis Konecny25 James van Riemsdyk – 21 Scott Laughton – 93 Jakub Voracek 23 Oskar Lindblom – 10 Corban Knight – 38 Ryan Hartman 12 Michael Raffl – 44 Phil Varone – xxxx
9 Ivan Provorov – 6 Travis Sanheim8 Robert Hägg 3 Radko Gudas 53 Shayne Gostisbehere – 5 Sam Morin59 Mark Friedman​
79 Carter Hart37 Brian Elliott
Scratches: 19 Nolan Patrick (upper body), 27 Justin Bailey (healthy), 47 Andrew MacDonald (healthy), 33 Cam Talbot (healthy), 30 Michal Neuvirth (IR, lower body).
Carolina Hurricanes
21 Nino Niederreiter – 20 Sebastian Aho – 14 Justin Williams37 Andrei Svechnikov – 11 Jordan Staal – 86 Teuvo Teräväinen79 Micheal Ferland – 71 Lucas Wallmark – 48 Jordan Martinook8 Saku Maenalanen – 42 Greg McKegg – 23 Brock McGinn ​
74 Jaccob Slavin – 19 Dougie Hamilton22 Brett Pesce – 27 Justin Faulk4 Haydn Fleury – 57 Trevor van Riemsdyk​
35 Curtis McElhinney​34 Petr Mrazek

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