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Watch: Blackhawks score twice in 39 seconds to turn Rivalry Night

Dec 11, 2013, 9:43 PM EDT

The Philadelphia Flyers began the second period of Wednesday’s game with the Chicago Blackhawks in the lead. The score quickly turned against them.

The Blackhawks scored twice, on goals from Duncan Keith and Andrew Shaw, taking a 2-1 lead less than two minutes into the second period. The onslaught of scoring continues. A total of five goals were scored between the two teams in the first 10 minutes of the middle period, with Chicago emerging with a two-goal lead at that point.

Shaw, who beat Ray Emery on a wrap-around, was parked in front of the Philadelphia net on Keith’s blast from the point. The puck appeared to deflect off a Flyers’ defender in front.

  1. ruthlessandtoothless - Dec 11, 2013 at 10:24 PM

    This game is honestly embarrassing. So much puck watching by the flyers. Hartnell making a complete joke out of himself instead of maybe trying to win a game… brutal.

  2. muckleflugga - Dec 11, 2013 at 10:24 PM

    starting to look like riflery night on nbc, hawk guns ablazing…

    thought i saw sugar ray emery coming dangerously close to crossing the line at centre ice…oh wait, he was benefitting from a mercy yanking

    [ don't go there ]

  3. hazlydose - Dec 11, 2013 at 10:26 PM

    And yet the discussion was on the Brookbank fight and “The Code” at intermission instead of the offensive clinic…

  4. muckleflugga - Dec 11, 2013 at 10:33 PM

    hazlydose

    bang on dude…

    all that excellence in hockey yet we get a thin attempt at validating the non-excellence

  5. 19to77 - Dec 11, 2013 at 10:36 PM

    I’m pretty sure both teams need to have a fair chance for it to be a “rivalry.” This is more like an autopsy on the Flyers’ corpse.

  6. blackhawks2010 - Dec 11, 2013 at 10:40 PM

    The Eastern Conference sure is rough. It’s been a clinic by the Hawks, embarrassing.

  7. crazemastercraze - Dec 11, 2013 at 10:54 PM

    Teams aren’t even in the same universe. When the Flyers beat teams at or below 0.500 everyone talking about how they’re turning it around like they’re some kind of perennial contenders. Then they play a real team and get the truth shoved in their faces : this team is as bad as they were since training camp. Nothing’s changed in the grand scheme of things. Sorry.

  8. endusersolutions2013 - Dec 11, 2013 at 11:25 PM

    Wonder if Ray E is regretting leaving the SC champs?

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