10 losses in a row.
The Philadelphia Flyers got embarrassed for the second time in as many games. This time it was a 3-0 loss at the hands of the Boston Bruins.
Wayne Simmonds injected some energy into the crowd with a big fight, Ivan Provorov laid the boom on Brad Marchand, and Brian Elliott came up with a desperation save all in the first period, but those were the lone highlights in yet another loss.
Ivan Provorov was excited for hockey, until he realized he’d be playing with Andrew MacDonald.
Wayne Simmonds had one of the few positives on the afternoon with this beatdown of Kevan Miller.
Get it, Simmer.
Why would anyone try to fight Wayne Simmonds?
Brian Elliott came up with a huge save on David Backes.
A desperation save on the goal line.
But he couldn’t stop this breakaway goal by Ryan Spooner.
Ivan Provorov laid the boom on Brad Marchand.
But was somehow called for a penalty.
The Flyers trailed 1-0 after one period of play.
Brad Marchand hit Shayne Gostisbehere up high, but there was no call.
And then David Pastrnak made it 2-0.
Brandon Manning took a lazy icing.
And then Brad Marchand scored.
Gostisbehere got some frustration out with a revenge crosscheck on Marchand, ending a Flyers’ power play.
They got another one, though, and appeared to score.
A snipe by the captain.
But wait! It was called back for goalie interference after a challenge.
That’s fucking shit.
Simmonds couldn’t believe it.
The Flyers trailed 3-0 after two periods of play.
This time it was the Bruins who had a goal waved off as it was tipped with a high stick.
But the Flyers couldn’t get anything going in the third period, and lost 3-0.
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