from Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News,
Lucas Raymond scored his 15th goal with 41.6 seconds remaining in regulation time, cutting the Flyers lead to 2-1. Raymond was right on the doorstep with two seconds left but goaltender Carter Hart, who was the star of the game, made a pad save in the crease.
"How that puck did not go in, not only did he (Hart) get a pad on it, he flexed his pad to keep it out, that's pretty impressive," Red Wings coach Derek Lalonde said. "His whole night, we got good traffic and the way he was seeing it, we generated some tips, but it was one of those nights.
"We ran into a world-class performance in net and we left a couple of plays out there."...
The Wings (19-18-8) lost their fourth out of five games, while Philadelphia (20-20-7) has won eight of its last 11 games.
The Wings returned from a three-game Western swing Friday but didn't look ragged or sluggish.
"It's tough travel, tough always to come back from the west coast and we came in and skated this morning and guys looked pretty tired," Red Wings captain Dylan Larkin said. "But we had a real strong effort and I was happy with the way we played.
"Doing it right all night, then two little breakdowns and they're in the back of our net. It hurts, it stings. We were right there."
from Kevin Allen of Detroit Hockey Now,