Flyers Clip Red Wings

On a jammed-packed sports day in Philadelphia highlighted by the Eagles-Giants NFC Divisional Round playoff game, the Flyers threw down with the Detroit Red Wings in Detroit.

The Game

Scott Laughton snapped a scoreless tie midway through the third period and paved the way to a 2-1 Flyers win. Noah Cates scored for the Flyers, who are 9-3 in their last 12 games. Carter Hart stopped 30 shots in the winning effort. Detroit forward Lucas Raymond scored the lone Red Wings goal his 15th of the season with 41.6 seconds left in regulation to spoil Hart’s shutout bid.

The victory ended Philadelphia’s three-game losing streak against the Red Wings and pulled the Flyers back to .500 20-20-7.  Laughton scored first at 9:01 of the third period with his 12th goal of the season. Laughton lifted a backhand shot over the glove of Red Wings goalie Ville Husso. Cates added the second Flyers goal at 13:23 of the final period for his sixth of the season.

The Red Wings won all three meetings with the Flyers last season. They’d also won two in a row from Philadelphia on home ice. In the all-time history of the two franchises, the Red Wings have never won four consecutive regular-season games over the Flyers. Philadelphia’s last win over the Red Wings was a 3-0 shutout victory on Feb. 3, 2020, at Detroit. Laughton also scored the game-winner in that victory.

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This and That

-Flyers have gone 23 for 142 on the power play this season. That works out to 16%

-Flyers are 20-20-7 under John Tortorella in 47 games

-GOALS FOR: 129/ 2.7

-GOALS AGAINST: 155/ 3.2   

-SHOTS FOR- 1410/ 30

-SHOTS AGAINST- 1486/ 31.6

Conor Bedard Regina Pats/ Center/ Western Hockey League 2022-23

GP                  G                     A                     PTS                PIM                 +/-

33                    39                    42                   81                    40                    26       

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Matt Bednarczyk
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Matt Bednarczyk is your host of Talking Philly Sports With Matty B. He is a proud retired US Army Sergeant First Class, he is also a combat veteran with over 80 months served in Afganistan, and Iraq . Huge Hockey Fan. Matt is a lifelong 4 for 4 Philly sports fan. Born and raised on the Mayfair and Tacony neighborhood lines of Northeast Philly. He brings over 40 years of Philadelphia Sports passion and provides a realistic look at our Major Sports Teams and the most passionate sports fans on the planet. Look for his show live on Edge of Philly Sports.

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