The Philadelphia Flyers experienced a frustrating loss to the Carolina Hurricanes, falling 3-2 at the Wells Fargo Center. The Flyers struggled on the power play, missing several key opportunities throughout the game. Carolina took advantage of their chances and secured the game-winning goal with just under four minutes left on the clock. Despite the loss, goaltender Carter Hart had an impressive performance, especially in the third period. Head coach John Tortorella expressed his disappointment with the outcome but praised his team’s effort and resilience. The Flyers’ power play continued to struggle, going 0 for 5 in the game and bringing their season total to 4 for 32. Tortorella and the Flyers’ video coaches have been successful in their coach’s challenges, with two wins so far. The Hurricanes, who finished with the second-most points in the NHL last season, will face the Flyers three more times this season. Bryce Harper, star player for the Philadelphia Phillies, was in attendance at the game with his family. The Flyers will now focus on regrouping and preparing for their upcoming game against the Buffalo Sabres.
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