Flyers-Islanders Game 4: TV, streaming, notes

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    Series so far: The Islanders won the opener, 4-0, with a suffocating first period and three goals in the third. The Flyers responded with an overtime victory in Game 2 after blowing a three-goal lead. Phil Myers had the winner. In Game 3, defensive miscues cost the Flyers in the Islanders 3-1 win.

    The Flyers are looking to win their first Stanley Cup since 1975. Follow along with analysis in your inbox throughout the playoffs.

    1. In his last 25 postseason games, Flyers captain Claude Giroux has one goal, eight assists and has a minus-12 rating. Giroux has not scored in his last 13 postseason games. The last time he scored came on April 20, 2018, when he had a goal in a 4-2 win over Pittsburgh in Game 5 of the first round. The Flyers would eventually lose that series in six games.

    2. The Flyers haven’t lost two straight since Jan. 7. Since then, they are 11-0 after a loss. During this year’s playoffs, they are 3-0 after a loss.

    This postseason, the Islanders have not lost consecutive games. Here is how they have done after a loss:

    Aug. 26: 4-3 loss in OT to Flyers in Game 2 of Eastern Conference semifinal.

    3. In the first three games against the Islanders, the Flyers have yet to score in the second or third period. They have been outscored, 3-0, in the second period and 6-0 in the third period. The Flyers have a 4-1 edge in the first period. They also scored the lone OT goal in the series.

    “Yeah, I think so. Guys are frustrated. I think we need to take that frustration and bring it as energy. If we do that, we’re going to be in a good spot tomorrow – Giroux when asked if it helps to play the Islanders right away on Sunday night.

    Note: Eastern conference semifinals, at Toronto. … Flyers are the designated home team for Games 1, 2, 5 and 7. … Games also broadcast on 97.5-FM The Fanatic, and streamed on NBCSports.com. … *If necessary.

    The Flyers are looking to win their first Stanley Cup since 1975. Follow along with analysis in your inbox throughout the playoffs.

    The Flyers are looking to win their first Stanley Cup since 1975. Follow along with analysis in your inbox throughout the playoffs.



    SOURCE: https://www.w24news.com

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