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Schenn gets hat trick, Flyers defeat Flames

Forward's first three-goal game in NHL lifts Philadelphia to third straight win

by Jeff Neiburg / Correspondent

Schenn's first career hat trick

CGY@PHI: Schenn gets hat trick in first two periods

2/29/16: Brayden Schenn notches his first career hat trick with a game-tying goal in the 1st and two goals in the final five minutes of the 2nd

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PHILADELPHIA -- Brayden Schenn got his first NHL hat trick, and Claude Giroux had four assists to lift the Philadelphia Flyers to a 5-3 win against the Calgary Flames at Wells Fargo Center on Monday.

Michal Neuvirth made 29 saves in his fourth consecutive start for the Flyers (29-22-11), who have won three in a row and four of their past five.

The Flames (26-32-4) have lost five straight and eight of nine.

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Situation Room

Video Review: CGY @ PHI - 15:27 of the Second Period

Puck entered Calgary net in legal fashion @NHLdotcom

Situation Room: CGY vs. PHI - P/2

Situation Room: Schenn's goal stands after review

2/29/16: Braydon Schenn scores on a deflection off his skate and, after a review, the call stands for a good goal

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At 15:27 of the second period in the Flames/Flyers game, video review confirmed that the puck entered the Calgary net in a legal fashion. Good goal Philadelphia.

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Situation Room

Video Review: CGY @ PHI - 11:45 of the First Period

Referee's call on ice stands - no goal Philadelphia @NHLdotcom

Situation Room: CGY vs. PHI

Situation Room: On-ice call stands after review

2/29/16: After Jonas Hiller knocks Brayden Schenn's shot away, the play is reviewed and the on-ice call of no goal stands

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At 11:45 of the first period in the Flames/Flyers game, the Situation Room initiated a video review to further examine Brayden Shenn's shot at 10:23. The in-post camera confirmed that the puck did not cross the Calgary goal line. Therefore the referee's call on the ice stands - no goal Philadelphia.

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Flames, Flyers move on from deadline

Calgary faces Philadelphia after trading Russell to Stars

by Jeff Neiburg / Correspondent

FLAMES (26-31-4) at FLYERS (28-22-11)

TV: 7 p.m. ET; CSN-PH, SNW

PHILADELPHIA -- Defenseman Kris Russell knew there was nothing he could control. As the clock ticked closer and closer to 3 p.m. ET. Monday, the 28-year-old was likely to be traded by the Calgary Flames before the puck dropped at Wells Fargo Center.

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