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BSH Radio reacts following a 5-4 OT loss to Calgary

A few Flyers not sporting ginger beards put the puck in the net, but it still wasn’t enough to overcome Calgary’s power play prowess.

NHL: Calgary Flames at Philadelphia Flyers Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Brandon Manning, Ivan Provorov and Nolan Patrick became the first Flyers not named Sean Couturier, Claude Giroux or Jake Voracek to score a goal in two weeks, and Philadelphia outshot the Calgary Flames 39-31, but undisciplined play doomed them, allowing Calgary to convert on three of its five man-advantage opportunities.

Sean Monahan netted three power play goals in the second period and Michael Frolik ended the game in overtime on a nice entry play to create a 2-on-1 against Shayne Gostisbehere, whose diving attempt to break up the cross ice pass failed, allowing Frolik to deposit the biscuit in the basket to send the Philadelphia faithful home disappointed.

Bill is once again the postgame host, fielding questions and comments on BSH’s Facebook Live. Check out the video to hear him break down his solutions to the secondary scoring problems still plaguing the offense, the issues with the penalty kill and why Samuel Morin is still not getting a chance with the big club.

Posted by Broad Street Hockey: For Philadelphia Flyers Fans on Saturday, November 18, 2017