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BSH Radio reacts following 3-2 OT loss in Dallas

What if they lose their last seven straight games, but get a point in all of them?

NHL: Philadelphia Flyers at Dallas Stars Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

The good: The Philadelphia Flyers have at least a point in six straight games, and remain seeded in the first wild card position, poised for a first round matchup with the Washington Capitals, a team the Flyers have beaten three times in four opportunities and have outscored 19-11 this season.

The bad: Philadelphia has lost three of its last four games, and although they’ve forced overtime and earned a point in all of them, there are no loser points in the playoffs.

The ugly: Philly missed the net 20 times and had 14 more shots blocked by the Dallas Stars tonight. Dallas came into the game winless in its previous eight (0-6-2) and had only two wins in March. The Stars had scored more than two goals only three previous times for the month.

Yes, the hockey team the Flyers dropped yet another winnable game to a vulnerable opponent, and Bill is on the BSH Radio Facebook Live postgame to talk you through it. Join him in his frustration, won’t you?

BSH Radio reacts following 3-2 OT loss in Dallas

BSH Radio reacts following 3-2 OT loss in Dallas

Posted by Broad Street Hockey: For Philadelphia Flyers Fans on Tuesday, March 27, 2018