Last night the Philadelphia Flyers took another loss, this time to the St. Louis Blues. 

For the first time in his career, Flyers goalie prospect Carter Hart was actually the more experienced goalie in the game as St. Louis sent rookie Jordan Binnington between the pipes for his first career start and he walked away with a shutout. 

While the team lost the game 3-0, they ended up being publicly shamed by the broadcast crew as well. 

As Keith Jones and Jim Jackson we're getting ready to go back on air, they had no idea they were actually already live and ended up really ripping the team and some of their players including Jakub Voracek. 

The video is below along with a transcript thanks to Reddit user u/shanahand

Jones: I would not play Hart tomorrow night.

A lot of unintelligible stuff after this.

JJ: [unintelligible] calling up Aubel Kubel or some guys [unintelligible]
Jones: Gouldbourne give him a try again see if [unintelligible]
Jones: Dale Weise has got to go.
JJ: Weise, Voracek, some guys just [unintelligible]
Jones: He quits if he's not playing. He's not getting ice time, he shuts down.

They talk about someone's brother I think. Can't tell who over the music.

Jones: It's about as bad as it fucking gets.
JJ: It's probably not as bad performance wise as the Toronto game, but you're home!
Jones: Yeah I know.
JJ: It's worse.
Jones: And you got a rookie in net and you didn't do anything to test him. That long stretch where you had about 4 shots in a 14 minute span.
JJ: Yeah! And the forwards had 4 shots for...
Jones: The guys weren't even working.
JJ: ...30 minutes of play.
Jones: And they're playing with two less forwards.

Blues had dressed 7 defensemen, plus Steen was injured in game.

Jones: They had more energy then us? That's just brutal.