Robert Hagg

Flyers-Jets: Postgame Review
A 2-1 win over the Winnipeg Jets was a test passed by the Flyers. With some luck finally on their side, it could be the break the Flyers were looking for to get back on track in their playoff push.
Flyers-Penguins: Postgame Review
After nearly 30 minutes of hard-fought scoreless hockey, the game unraveled for the Flyers in a matter of 3:51 as the Penguins put the beatdown on the Flyers in their first game of 2018. Here is our Postgame Review.
Flyers-Leafs: Postgame Review
Playing on home ice hasn't been the Flyers strong suit this season, but they opened a five-game homestand with a clutch 4-2 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs to extend their winning streak to four.
Flyers-Avalanche: Postgame Review
The Flyers had 37 shots to 27 for the Avalanche, and came close to ending the game on numerous chances. Ultimately, the game took a shootout to decide, but it was a classic case of near misses and little bounces going the wrong way that did the Flyers in. Here is the Postgame Review.
Flyers-Coyotes: Postgame Review
With two quick strikes, the Flyers managed to force overtime. That was certainly a moral victory, but the satisfaction of a late rally was put to bed in the final seconds of overtime as the Coyotes scored to win their first game of the season after all by a score of 4-3. Here is the Postgame Review.
Flyers-Ducks: Postgame Review
For eight games on the season, the Flyers have been a competitive group. But on Tuesday night, they turned in their first true clunker of the season in a 6-2 drubbing by the Anaheim Ducks.
Flyers-Oilers: Postgame Review
Saturday was another one of those close one-goal games that came down to the very end. But it was a late goal by Wayne Simmonds and some strong defensive for the entire final period that proved to be the difference in the Flyers 2-1 win over the Oilers.
Flyers-Capitals: Postgame Review
The Flyers came out firing and scored early and often in a huge win to open the schedule at Wells Fargo Center with a convincing 8-2 victory over the Washington Capitals.

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