The NHL's hottest team is having some fun working overtime.
The Flyers rallied again for a second straight game to pick up an OT victory, this time a 5-4 decision over the Oilers on Saturday afternoon at the Wells Fargo Center.
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Nolan Patrick delivered the game-winner for the Flyers (23-23-6), who have won seven straight games, the longest active winning streak in the NHL.
The Flyers have won eight of their last nine and entered the day nine points out of the Eastern Conference's second wild-card spot.
The Oilers (23-24-4), on the other hand, have lost 13 of their last 18.
• Four of the Flyers' goals were off the power play, a major positive for a team that came in with the league's 29th-ranked unit. The Flyers need their man advantage if they're serious about making a push for the playoffs.
Sean Couturier, Claude Giroux, Travis Konecny and Wayne Simmonds all cashed in. The tallies by Konecny and Simmonds were particularly huge. Konecny's goal was 27 seconds after the Flyers fell behind, 4-2, on a shorthanded goal in the third period, while Simmonds' marker was the equalizer with 8:58 left in regulation.
Here's a look at all four:
The Flyers' power play now has six goals over the last two games. Prior to this stretch, the man advantage went 2 for 25 over the previous nine contests.
• Connor McDavid is a can't-miss attraction when the Oilers make their one and only trip to the Wells Fargo Center each season. He's the fastest player in the NHL and showed why when he hit another gear to hand the Flyers a 2-1 deficit during the first period.
Fourth-liner Phil Varone tried to keep up (God bless him) but simply didn't have a chance, along with Radko Gudas.
The Flyers couldn't exactly keep the 22-year-old superstar in check as McDavid finished with a goal, an assist and a plus-3 mark.
• Giroux (goal, two assists), Jakub Voracek (three assists) and Couturier (goal, assist) all had multi-point games. Couturier has been over a point-per-game player (40 points in last 39 games) since Oct. 30.
• The Oilers, having not played since Jan. 22 because of the All-Star break and bye week, looked fresh and spry, coming at Carter Hart from all angles.
The 20-year-old, who had won five straight starts, was not the main culprit for any of the four goals allowed. The first and fourth came off breakaways (one shorthanded), the second was off McDavid's nasty play, while the third was the Flyers giving Adam Larrson a wide-open shooting lane from the circle.
Hart was good and made some really tough saves. He finished with a career-high 40.
• Gostisbehere returned after missing the past three games with a lower-body injury. He looked OK, rejoining the top power-play unit, notching an assist and playing 21:27. He also had a costly turnover on the Oilers' 4-2 shorthanded goal.
However, we shouldn't forget how important he is to this team's future (see story).
• The Flyers practice Sunday in Voorhees, New Jersey, before hosting the Canucks Monday (7 p.m./NBCSP) for Game 2 of their five-game homestand.
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