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Jonathan Quick was furious after the Flyers' winning goal in OT

Brayden Schenn's game-winning goal snapped the Kings' six-game win streak and extended the Flyers' own streak to three.

Brayden Schenn had it all the way.

The Flyers forward cruised in on a breakaway in overtime against the Kings and appeared to beat Jonathan Quick when the Kings goalie (perhaps with some help from Schenn) slid backwards into the net with the puck underneath him. Referee T.J. Luxmore, however, waved it off.

The review went off to The Situation Room in Toronto to see what the war room had to say and, sure enough, it counted.

The original call by the referee closest to the Kings net was "no goal" but after the four on-ice officials huddled, the call on the ice was changed to "good goal." Video review supported the final on-ice decision that the puck crossed the Kings goal line on the original shot by Brayden Schenn. Good goal Philadelphia.

Quick was not too happy with the decision.

The 3-2 Flyers win was their third in a row and snapped the Kings' six-game winning streak.