Flyers rally in third, upend reeling Wild in OT

Joel Farabee scored a pair of goals, including the game-winner in overtime, to lift the Philadelphia Flyers to a 4-3 win over the host Minnesota Wild on Friday night in Saint Paul, Minn.

Farabee scored 3:36 into overtime to give Philadelphia its third win in the past four games. Owen Tippett logged a goal and an assist and Tyson Foerster also scored for the Flyers.

Ryan Hartman had a goal and an assist to lead Minnesota, which has lost seven of its last eight games (1-6-1). Marcus Johansson and Matt Boldy scored one goal apiece.

Flyers goaltender Carter Hart stopped 26 of 29 shots to earn the victory.

Wild goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury took the loss, turning aside 31 of 35 shots. Fleury missed an opportunity to move past Patrick Roy for sole possession of second place on the NHL’s all-time wins list.

Minnesota opened the scoring in the first minute of the second period.

Johansson carried the puck into the offensive zone and threw a shot toward the net. The puck deflected off the stick of a Flyers player and beat Hart.

The play marked Johansson’s sixth goal of the season and his second in the past four games.

Philadelphia evened the score at 1-1 less than three minutes later. Travis Konecny fed a pass to Farabee, who capitalized for his 13th goal.

Hartman put the Wild on top 2-1 with 18:12 to play in the third. He blasted a one-timer from the left circle for his 13th goal of the season and his sixth in the past 11 games.

Minnesota increased its lead to 3-1 with 15:22 remaining. Boldy registered his 15th goal on a one-timer from the right circle off a pass from Jake Middleton.

Philadelphia pulled within 3-2 with 10:29 to go. Foerster scored his sixth goal with assists from Scott Laughton and Sean Walker.

The Flyers pulled even at 3-3 on a delayed penalty for Minnesota with 9:04 remaining. Tippett took a feed from Konecny and buried a wrist shot from the left circle for his 15th goal.