Tom Sestito Twice for the Win, But with the Same Move (His Only One)

Tom Sestito Twice for the Win, But with the Same Move (His Only One)
February 5, 2013, 5:22 pm

Earlier in the day, we wrote* in our post "Can the Tampa Bay Lightning Be Stopped," that if the Flyers were going to beat the high-powered Tampa Bay Lightning this evening in South Philadelphia, they'd have get a big-time offensive effort out of Tom Sestito. That's exactly what transpired in the Flyers 2-1 win over the Lightning.

After the breakout, two-goal performance, Sestito told Coatesy that "I've got one move."

His one move worked twice.

He hadn't scored a goal in the NHL since waaaay back on December 23 of 2010. His career-high for goals in a season? Two.

Sestito left the fighting up to his pal Zac Rinaldo who absolutely destroyed poor B.J. Crombeen.

A solid effort from the Flyers on the defensive end too, minus one awful play from Bruno Gervais that cost Bryz a shutout.

Brzy was on his game all night, finishing with 21 saves.

But this was Sestito's night to be the star. Just look at that skill!

*of course we didn't write that, dummy.

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