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Topic - Claude Giroux
Claude Giroux and Jakub Voracek each had two goals, and Michael Raffl and Steve Downie also scored to lead the Philadelphia Flyers to a 6-4 win over the Washington Capitals on Wednesday night.
Claude Giroux has put an early-season slump well behind him.
Braden Holtby gave up four goals on 18 shots and left the game. That early deficit was too much for the Capitals to overcome in a 6-4 loss to Philadelphia.
The Caps blew a two-goal lead for the third straight game and this time, they paid for it.
Dmitry Orlov's hit on Brayden Schenn was a game-changer. But was it worthy of an NHL suspension?
Orlov scored two goals and had his team on the verge of moving into a playoff position for the first time in six weeks. But then his career day suddenly turned into a nightmare and there was no one to blame but himself.
Dmitry Orlov's retaliatory penalty against Brayden Schenn turned the momentum in the Flyers' favor in a crucial loss for the Caps.
After scoring two goals for the first time in his NHL career, Dmitry Orlov was set to pace a big win for the Washington Capitals.
Cody Ceci scored a second-period goal and the Ottawa Senators downed the Vancouver Canucks 4-2 before a crowd of more than 50,000 Sunday in the Heritage Classic.
After playing some of their best hockey this month, the Philadelphia Flyers now sit and wait.
Steve Mason and the Flyers are playing their best hockey of the season heading into the Olympic break.
The Philadelphia Flyers used a third-period onslaught to cap a successful trip through the treacherous California triangle.
Steve Mason didn't care that the Los Angeles Kings were having trouble lately putting the puck in the net.
Ryan Getzlaf has been shooting the puck more this season, and it's been paying off for himself and his teammates.
Jussi Jokinen had a goal and two assists in the first period, Evgeni Malkin scored in the opening minute, and the Pittsburgh Penguins chased Jonathan Quick in a 4-1 victory over the struggling Los Angeles Kings on Thursday night.