If the Flyers playoff run continues through March and they creep to within one point of the final playoff spot, or worse, finish one point shy of the playoffs, this might be the first game you think of.
At 4:58 of the third period, the Flyers were trailing by a goal when they appeared to score out of a net-mouth scramble. Nick Schultz was the last to touch the puck as it fluttered into the net.
After a long discussion by the officials, it was determined that the play was not reviewable and the call was no goal. The Flyers did eventually tie the game, but lost to the Calgary Flames in overtime.
Make no mistake, this was a game where the Flyers once again left the second point on the ice. But this game will be remembered more for the disallowed goal than the Flyers play on the ice.