Flyers Wrap Up California Trip with Character Win, Making an Impressive Statement
The Flyers wrapped up their tilt in California on a high note with a character win over the Los Angeles Kings. Morgan Frost put on a show with two goals, while Owen Tippett and Cam Atkinson added to the Flyers’ tally with some strong plays.
The Flyers’ victory was particularly notable coming off the heels of a tough loss to the San Jose Sharks, and playing without Carter Hart for the second consecutive game. Los Angeles was riding an eight-game point streak, and were playing at home, while the Flyers were on the second night of back-to-back games. However, the Flyers managed to secure an impressive win.
The absence of Hart allowed Cal Petersen, who faced his former team, to shine. The netminder, who has had a challenging career, stood tall in the rematch against his old club, helping secure a victory for the Flyers.
In addition to Frost’s exceptional performance, other players such as Sean Walker showcased their prowess, adding to the overall dynamism of the Flyers’ game.
Overall, this win is a testament to the resilience and talent of the Philadelphia Flyers, who are now set to visit the Hurricanes on Wednesday. But with this win in the books, they can return home with confidence and momentum. Subscribe anywhere you get your podcasts to ensure you don’t miss a beat!
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