Friday, December 26, 2014

Flyers On A Seven Roll Again

Flyers have scored seven unanswered goals six times this season.

Flyers On A Seven Roll Again

Scott Hartnell added the seventh goal in the Flyers´ 7-2 win over the Sabres on Thursday. (Steven M. Falk/Staff Photographer)
Scott Hartnell added the seventh goal in the Flyers' 7-2 win over the Sabres on Thursday. (Steven M. Falk/Staff Photographer)

Thursday, the Flyers scored seven unanswered goals (or more) for the sixth time this season, but the first time in 28 games (Dec. 10-13). They had done it five times in their first 29 games.

Those seven-goal runs:

No.   Date Opponent Goals
7

Oct. 6
Oct. 8
Oct. 12   
at Bruins (2)
at Devils (3)
Canucks (2)
Giroux, Voracek
Giroux, Read, Simmonds
Giroux, Pronger
7
Oct. 29
Nov. 2
Hurricanes (4)
at Sabres (3)
Jagr, Talbot, Giroux, Jagr
Couturier, van Riemsdyk, Hartnell
8
Nov. 5
Blue Jackets (8) 
 
van Riemsdyk, Jagr, Talbot, Giroux,
Voracek, Couturier, Simmonds, Carle
8
Dec. 2
Dec. 3
Ducks (4)
Coyotes (4)
Jagr, Jagr, Hartnell, Giroux
Read, Simmonds, Giroux, Hartnell
7
Dec. 10
Dec. 13
Lightning (2)
at Captials (5)
Carle, Hartnell
Hartnell, Bourdon, Simmonds, Talbot, Voracek 
7
Feb. 16
Sabres (7)
Talbot, Simmonds, Simmonds, Gustafsson,
Talbot, Voracek, Hartnell
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