Flyers lose two in a row for first time since holiday break after 4-3 overtime loss to Kings

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The Philadelphia Inquirer

PHILADELPHIA — For the first time since Dec. 22-23, the Flyers have lost two games in a row, following up Sunday’s 5-3 loss to the Winnipeg Jets with a 4-3 overtime loss to the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday. The Flyers played with the lead three times and never trailed through three periods. The first time they fell behind, it was the deciding goal in overtime from Kings forward Kevin Fiala. After Owen Tippett used his size and speed to generate a two-on-one, James van Riemsdyk scored to give the Flyers the lead just 5:50 into the game. They played with the lead for under four minutes before tw…

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