Provorov scored the game-winning goal and had an assist in Thursday's 5-4 double-overtime victory against the Islanders in Game 6. He also had four hits and two blocks with a plus-3 rating.
Provorov received a Kevin Hayes centering pass above the hash marks and roofed a wrist shot past New York goaltender Semyon Varlamov with 4:57 left in the second extra session. The 23-year-old was a workhorse for the Flyers, logging a game-high 38:15 of ice time, more than 10 minutes of which came on special teams. Provorov has three goals and five assists through 15 playoff games.
Provorov scored a goal and added five hits in Sunday's 3-2 loss to the Islanders in Game 4.
Provorov's tally with 1:05 left in the third period brought the Flyers within a goal, but they failed to find an equalizer. The Russian blueliner now has two goals, three assists, 19 shots and 17 hits through 13 playoff outings.
Provorov netted a goal in Friday's 3-2 win over the Canadiens in Game 6.
Provorov tallied just 28 seconds into the first period, and the Flyers would never trail in their series-clinching win. That goal was the Russian's first of the postseason to go with three helpers, a plus-4 rating and 14 blocked shots in nine outings.
Provorov posted a power-play assist and went minus-2 in Wednesday's 5-3 loss to the Canadiens in Game 5.
Provorov supplied the secondary helper on Jakub Voracek's first goal in the second period. Through eight postseason outings, Provorov has three assists, 12 blocked shots and seven hits. Two of his helpers have come with a man advantage.
Provorov picked up a power-play assist in Wednesday's 2-1 win over the Canadiens in Game 1.
Provorov was originally credited with the opening goal at 8:54 of the first period, but that was changed to Jakub Voracek after the game. Either way, Provorov earned his second point in four games to start the postseason. The Russian blueliner can be expected to play big minutes for the Flyers with the occasional contribution on the scoresheet. He had 36 points, 111 blocked shots and 84 hits in 69 regular-season outings.
Provorov had 13 goals and 36 points with a plus-11 rating and 150 shots on net in 69 games prior to the league pausing the season in March.
The 23-year-old has alternated great campaigns with sluggish ones during his first four seasons. Provorov could set a career best in points if the regular season resumes and come very close to high-water marks in goals and PIM. He's inching toward those personal bests thanks to seven goals and 16 points with the man advantage in 2019-20.
Provorov had a goal and an assist with two shots, two hits and two blocks in Wednesday's 5-2 win over the Capitals.
Provorov jumped into a rush just under seven minutes into the third period and buried his 12th goal of the year to give the Flyers a 4-2 lead. He also assisted on Travis Konecny's power-play goal back in the second period. Provorov now has himself a three-game point streak, with a goal and three helpers on that time. The 23-year-old has 35 points in 66 games for the season and is closing in on the career-high 41 points he amassed as a sophomore in 2017-18.
Provorov notched a power-play assist and a shot on net across 26:06 of ice time in Sunday's 5-3 win over the Rangers.
Provorov had the secondary assist on Travis Konecny's goal in the second period to put the Flyers up 5-1. The Flyers are on a tear right now with six straight wins, and Provorov continues to be instrumental to the team's back end, as he's averaged 24:15 per contest during the win streak. The 23-year-old now has 11 goals and 33 points through 65 games.
Provorov picked up an assist and three shots on goal in Monday's 3-0 win over the Red Wings.
The Russian blueliner has hit the skids offensively, with just three helpers in his last 13 games. Provorov's 26 points match his output from last season. He's added 118 shots, 84 blocked shots and 62 hits through 53 contests.
Provorov picked up an assist, four hits and two shots on goal in Wednesday's 4-3 overtime win over the Blues.
Provorov set up Jakub Voracek for the winning tally at 3:33 of overtime. The Russian blueliner entered Wednesday on a five-game point drought. He's now at 25 points, 107 shots, 54 hits and 77 blocked shots in 47 appearances this season. Provorov needs just one more point to match last year's output.
Provorov has no points and a minus-4 rating with 10 shots on net in the last five games.
The 23-year-old had four goals and 10 points with a plus-4 rating in the 17 games prior to this five-game slump, so it's probably not fair to criticize Provorov too much, but owners would obviously like to see him bounce back quickly. He's been a minus-player in four of the last five games. Provorov has nine goals and 24 points with a plus-1 rating and 105 shots on net in 46 games this season.
Provorov collected a power-play assist and five shots on goal in Thursday's 5-4 loss to the Golden Knights.
The Russian defenseman now has 24 points this year, with 13 of them coming on the power play. He's just two points shy of matching last season's somewhat disappointing 26-point effort. Provorov had 41 points in the 2017-18 campaign -- a mark that he should hit more often than not moving forward.
Provorov scored a power-play goal on three shots and added two hits in Saturday's 6-1 loss to the Sharks.
Provorov was the only Flyer able to beat Martin Jones. The Russian blueliner is up to 23 points (nine tallies, 14 helpers) in 38 games this year. He's added 85 shots on goal, 60 blocked shots and 43 hits, with 12 of his points coming with a man advantage. Provorov has a realistic chance to top his career high of 41 points, set in 2017-18.
Provorov (illness) will dress for Monday's contest against the Rangers.
Provorov was dealing with some flu-like symptoms prior to Monday's game but it looks like the 22-year-old blueliner is ready to roll. He's now appeared in all 37 games for the Flyers and has 22 points to show for it.
Provorov is under the weather and will be a game-time decision against the Rangers, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Provorov has never missed a game in his four-year NHL career, so it would be a surprise to see him out of the lineup Monday. The blueliner figures to slot into his usual first-pairing role with Matt Niskanen if he is able to suit up and would also continue to log time on the power play as well. With 22 points in 36 games this year, the 22-year-old is well on his way to getting back over the 40-point mark.
Provorov scored a pretty goal in overtime to lift the Flyers to a 4-3 victory over the Canadiens on Saturday night.
Who knew he had this kind of move in his repertoire? Provorov went coast-to-coast, toe-dragged the puck between his legs to outwit Habs' forward Maxi Domi and then cut hard right to left across the goalmouth. Keith Kinkaid got a bit of the shot, but not enough. Provorov now has three game-winning goals this season and seven in his career. Those seven are the most by a Flyers' defender aged 22 or younger. Provorov took a step back last season, but that just looks like a consolidation year right now. He's on pace for more than 50 points.
Provorov (undisclosed) will play in Saturday's game against the Flames, Dave Isaac of the Courier-Post reports.
Provorov was considered a game-time decision leading up to this contest, but he took line rushes with the top pairing and is good to go. The 22-year-old blueliner has been impressive this year with 14 points, 45 shots on net and 37 blocked shots over 22 contests, and he'll extend his streak of suiting up for 269 straight regular-season games.
Provorov (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision for Saturday's clash with Calgary, Bill Meltzer of NHL.com reports.
Coach Alain Vigneault expects Provorov to be available against the Flames, but the 22-year-old's status for Saturday's matinee matchup likely won't be confirmed until the Flyers take the ice for pregame warmups. If he's able to go, the left-handed blueliner will slot into his usual role skating on Philadelphia's top pairing and first power-play unit.
Provorov had a goal and an assist with five blocks in a 4-3 shootout loss to the Islanders.
Provorov scored on the power-play in the first period and assisted on Oskar Lindblom's goal in the second stanza. The 22-year-old defenseman has four goals and 13 points through 20 games this season, a pace that gives him a shot to surpass his career high of 41 points established in 2017-18.
Provorov scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 4-3 shootout loss to Toronto.
Both points came on the power play, a place where Provorov has excelled. Seven of his nine points (13 games) have come with the man advantage, making him a great fantasy play. And at this rate, he's headed to a career-high, mid-50s point total overall. The Flyers are becoming Provorov's team at just 22.
|Last 7 Games|
|09/05||vs NYI||L 0-4||0||0||0||-3||24:02|
|09/03||@ NYI||W 5-4 (2 OT)||1||1||2||+3||38:15|
|09/01||vs NYI||W 4-3 (OT)||0||1||1||+2||29:04|
|08/30||@ NYI||L 2-3||1||0||1||-1||23:55|
|08/29||@ NYI||L 1-3||0||0||0||0||24:42|
|08/26||vs NYI||W 4-3 (OT)||0||0||0||-1||25:40|
|08/24||vs NYI||L 0-4||0||0||0||-2||22:18|
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