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Flyers win over Predators, Farabee gets 3 points

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Nashville — Joel Faraby The Philadelphia Flyers beat the Nashville Predators 3-1 at Bridgestone Arena on Saturday.

Farabee has failed to score a point in Philadelphia’s first four games this season.

“I think at that point it was my fifth game of the year. I definitely wanted to bring more offense to my game and make more stuff that way,” Faraby said. said. “It’s always hard to win on the streets of Nashville, so I definitely feel good about it, I think. [goalie Carter Hart] Much credit to him for locking us up there all night. ”

Kevin Hayes With goals and assists, Hart made 31 saves for the Flyers (4-1-0).

Matt Duchen score and Yusse Saros The Predators have not won a single game since starting the season with back-to-back wins over the San Jose Sharks at the Global Series in Prague on October 7-8.

“Our focus continues to improve,” said Nashville coach John Hines. “Like I said, we have to take the situation as it is. I think there are many reasons for that.”

“We now have an opportunity to reset. An opportunity to get out of there for just one day, come back, do some good practice and refocus. That should be our focus. It’s something you can control to move forward.”

Video: PHI@NSH: Hayes Fires Puck Blocker Side in 1st Place

Hayes scored on Philadelphia’s first shot of the game to give the Flyers a 1–0 lead at 3:13 of the first period.Faraby forces Nashville defense Ryan McDonagh Flip the puck in the corner, then feed Hayes in the left faceoff circle for a quick shot.

Zach McEwen Extending the lead to 2-0 at 18:36, he scored on the rebound after coming off the bench and kicking the puck onto his stick.

Flyers coach John Tortorella said: “In the first period we felt there was a bit of a gangster mentality. Over the few fights we defended each other and defended the goalie when needed.” “I thought we played better as the game went on. I thought the third period was really good with checks and ejections.”

VIDEO: PHI@NSH: MacEwen Scores in 1st Period

At 7 minutes and 44 seconds into the third period, Farabee made a rush from the left circle to widen the lead to 3-0.

“I think the players always feel confident when they score points,” said Tortorella. “We are trying to get [Farabee] Giving him the minutes will help him play better (18:49).

“I think he was a little bit behind because we didn’t have time to play during the camp. Hopefully that frees him up a bit. He scored a big goal, a little bit of a third goal. I don’t think he’s playing.”It’s great, but I think it helps their game if the forwards score points.”

Duchenne scored from the right circle in a 3-1 final at 17:42 at 6-4.

predators defense man Mark Borowicki After being hit by forward Morgan Frost behind the Philadelphia net, he was stretched off the ice at 6:24 of the second period. No penalty was imposed on the play.

The Predators later tweeted that Borowiecki was conscious and had movement in all four limbs when he left the arena.

“It’s never comforting to see a player or teammate go down like that,” Hines said. “I think you knew it was a serious incident when you immediately saw him hit the board and fell right down. He’s such a great guy and a big part of the team.

“It’s great to see him looking okay from the serious side of his injury. Obviously he’s going to get a little banged up here, but… it’s good to see him okay and recovering. It’s great you’re back.”

Note: Hayes is on a five-game scoring streak with eight goals (one goal and seven assists). …flyer forward lucas sedrac He had three shots and one on goal in 9:45 of ice time in his debut after being requested a waiver by the Colorado Avalanche on Wednesday, said Nashville general manager David Poyle. was honored before the game for becoming the first NHL general manager to appear in 3,000 games.