How the Kraken digest an OT loss and move onto Calgary with Everett Fitzhugh and Dave Tomlinson, plus Mike Benton delivers highlights and reaction, along with a visit from Alison Lukan of ROOT Sports after the Kraken were defeated by the Flyers, 3-2 in OT: all podcasted in postgame coverage.
Ivan Provorov converted Kevin Hayes' long bomb outlet pass and scored on a breakaway to lift the Philadelphia Flyers over the Seattle Kraken, 3-2 in overtime before a sellout crowd on Wednesday at Climate Pledge Arena.
The Kraken and Flyers, both returning to play after a ten day layoff around NHL-wide COVID outbreaks and an extended holiday break, concluded their two-game series and the Kraken fell to 0-3 in games ending in overtime.
Jeremy Jeremy Lauzon appeared to give the Kraken a chance to justify their wide shots-on-goal advantage, with a blast from the left point for his first goal of the year and a 2-1 lead with 5:28 left in regulation to send the Kraken partisan crowd into a frenzy.
LauzonLauzon scored after having an apparent goal early in the third period wiped off the board after Philadelphia successfully challenged for goaltender interference. The Flyers responded just 15 seconds after trailing 2-1 with James Van Riemdsyk's second goal of the season.
Both teams traded power play goals in the first period: Van Riemsdyk's first of two goals at 4:44 and then a Yanni Gourde one-timer at 12:46.
Martin Jones (33 saves) earned the win in net and Philipp Grubauer (19 saves) took the overtime loss.
The Kraken (10-17-4, 24 points) return to play Thursday night in Seattle, hosting the Calgary Flames at 7pm (950 KJR / Kraken Audio Network).