Rangers Fight Back, Flyers Lose Streak Hits 7

For a team still looking for its first win of 2022, perhaps one of the newest members of the squad to score his first goal could spark a spark. With 9:49 remaining in the third period, that seems to be the case. Orange YorkThe first NHL goal to have Flyers in front of.

But New York Ranger rushed back to tie it up just 37 seconds later. Less than three minutes later, they had the game-defining goal, sealing a 3-2 win on Saturday night at the Wells Fargo Center to extend the Flyers’ losing streak to seven games.

Rangers had all the momentum early, starting quickly with chances and effort on shots. Their early possession dominance allowed them to get an early power play, and they wasted no time in capitalizing.

Mika Zibanejad Shoot a timer from the left circle, defeat Carter Hart and overcame Rangers 1-0 at 5:54 to the joy of a large number of Rangers fans in attendance.

The Flyers didn’t have a shot on target until close to the penalty spot, but they quickly created the scoring opportunities needed to equalize. Scott Laughton His focus and efforts were tipped by Travis Konecny. Igor Shesterkin saved, but the recovery came Oskar Lindblom, who scored a backhand to equalize 1-1 with his fifth goal of the season.

After 20 minutes, Rangers led with the score 8-6.

Both teams had power play opportunities in the second half, but were unable to score. There was some good closing action mixed with some sloppy play on both sides, as the game entered its final stages with a 1-1 draw. The shots were 20-13 Rangers over two periods.

The Flyers took the lead in the third period. After playing drive to the network by Zack MacEwen, an unsuccessful shot returned to York, who hit Shesterkin’s net to score his first NHL goal at 10:11.

The lead lasted only 37 seconds. Rangers strike back the other way and get a goal from Filip Chytil on the doorstep to even have everything back up at two o’clock with 9:12 to play.

Less than three minutes later, Rangers took the lead again. Adam fox, fox was able to go in and place an opportunity on a goal that was deflected by Chris Kreider for his 24th goal of the season with 6:30 to play.

That has proven to be the winning goal of the game. The Flyers tried to get the equalizer, but could not score in the final seconds.

Shesterkin finished with 26 saves. Hart made 24 saves with 27 shots in the loss.

Artemi Panarin and Fox finished with two assists for the Rangers.

The Flyers returned to the ice on Monday night as they kicked off their competition at home and at home with New York Islanders on the road. Game time is 7:30pm

Box score

first 2 3 BILLION
Rangers first 0 2 3
Flyers first 0 first 2

Scoring Summary

state 1

  • NYR Mika Zibanejad (14) PP (Adam Fox, Artemi Panarin) 5:54
  • PHI Oskar Lindblom (5) (Travis Konecny, Scott Laughton) 11:45

Term 2

Part 3

  • PHI Cam York (1) (Not Supported) 10:11
  • NYR Filip Chytil (4) (Panarin, Ryan Strome) 10:48
  • NYR Chris Kreider (24) (Fox, Kaapo Kakko) 13:30

Game statistics

Rangers Flyers
Photograph 27 28
Power Drama 1/2 0/1
Access times 23 33
Face to face% 50.0% 50.0%
Present 7 9
Takeaways 6 5
Photo is blocked 18 15
Penalty Minute 2 4

Kevin Durso is a Flyers insider for 97.3 ESPN and Flyers editor for SportsTalkPhilly.com. Follow him on Twitter @Kevin_Durso.

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