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Postgame 11/21

NHL: Philadelphia Flyers at Carolina Hurricanes James Guillory-USA TODAY Sports

Claude Giroux posted the eleventh four-point night of his career, Morgan Frost potted his second goal in as many career games, and added the game-winning assist as the Philadelphia Flyers skated to a 5-3 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes in Raleigh on Thursday night.

The Flyers captain lead the way with a pair of goals and a matching set of assists, notching his first multi-goal game since November 5, 2018. New-comer Frost continued to dazzle with his quick hands and decisive playmaking as well, looking like a perfect match alongside the 32-year-old star.

G and Frosty first hooked up on a short-handed play, after our old pal Petr Mrazek iced the puck with his team on the power play. With only 8 seconds left on Carolina’s man advantage, Alain Vigneault sent his skill guys out for the offensive zone draw and the decision worked out perfectly for Philly, as Frost scored off the drop to give the Flyers a 3-2 lead early in the second period.

In order to repay the vet, the rookie set No. 28 up for the eventual winner, once again displaying the smooth handles that gave him his first goal on Tuesday. In a similar situation, Frost proved to be multi-dimensional.

Forgive me for gushing, but... Damn!

Anyway, for a full breakdown, hit the play button on the embedded podcast. You won’t be disappointed.

WOO!