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Shayne Gostisbehere breaks headset, Flyers refuse to pay bill

Ghost with the smooth recovery, though.

Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

What a season Shayne Gostisbehere is having. He has seven goals and 16 points through 22 games so far this season. He's leading all rookie defensemen in scoring, and the Philadelphia Flyers even moved other players around to ensure he got to stay in the NHL. In short, he's amazing.

And that amazingness includes last night's game, in which he had a goal and an assist: two points pivotal to securing the Flyers' nail-biting 4-3 win over the Montreal Canadiens. (In regulation, even! So Ghost didn't have the chance to score yet another overtime winner.)

His interview, however, did not go quite as smoothly as the game did:


Of course, Sportsnet wasn't too happy seeing their equipment fall apart:

But the Flyers don't really care.

Poor Sportsnet. At least it wasn't Ghost's fault!