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Hart the Foundation to give Flyers 3-1 series lead

Postgame 8/18

Philadelphia Flyers v Montreal Canadiens - Game Four Photo by Elsa/Getty Images

Carter Hart, The Excellence of Execution, continued his shutout streak through a second game, blanking the Montreal Canadiens to give the Philadelphia Flyers a 3-1 series lead.

Michael Raffl netted a Big, Sexy goal to open the scoring in the first, and Philippe Myers, the 23-year-old Kid on Philly’s blueline, scored a Heartbreaker to cover the Flyers’ -1.5 line and ensure a victory in game four of this first round series in Toronto.

The power play continues to be Screw up their Job against Montreal, again logging an 0-for with the extra skater.

The orange and black’s man advantage has been Dead, Man, converting 1-of-25 opportunities in the postseason bubble, and a Stone Cold Stunning 0/16 record since opening the series scoring with a PPG in game one.

I’m done with this. I planned on doing more but if you picked up on it, I hope you enjoyed it. Listen to the postgame podcast. Then forward it to a friend and tell them to do the same. Text, email, whatever - Your Ass Better Call Somebody!

Either way, this is the first time the Flyers have been up 3-1 in a playoff series since they lost game 4 of the 2012 first round, so I’m gonna go celebrate with some cold ones. Ah shit, I mean “Steveweisers.”

You’re not reading anyway. Just listen, because this episode is Justin Credible.

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