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UPCOMING GAMES
3/19 MTL at PHI
3/21 PHI at CHI
3/23 NYI at PHI
3/24 PHI at WSH
3/27 TOR at PHI
3/30 PHI at CAR
3/31 NYR at PHI
4/2 PHI at DAL
4/4 PHI at STL
4/6 CAR at PHI

LAST 10 GAMES
3/17 PHI 2 at PIT 1 Won OT
3/15 PHI 6 at TOR 7 Lost F
3/14 WSH 5 at PHI 2 Lost F
3/11 OTT 2 at PHI 3 Won F
3/9 PHI 5 at NYI 2 Won F
3/6 WSH 5 at PHI 3 Lost F
3/3 PHI 4 at NYI 1 Won F
3/1 PHI 6 at NJD 3 Won F
2/28 PHI 3 at CBJ 4 Lost OT
2/26 BUF 2 at PHI 5 Won F
Won-6  Lost-3  OT-1

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Next game will be against Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 in Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center
Last game against Montreal Canadiens which was played in Montreal Bell Centre on 2/21/2019 Flyers lost 1-5
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Penguins will be without Malkin on 'week-to-week' basis
Not only did the Pittsburgh Penguins drop what could prove to be an important point against the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday night, but they also found out they will be without one of their top players for an extended period of time. Penguins coach Mike Sullivan announced after their 2-1 overtime loss to the Philadelphia Flyers that superstar center Evgeni Malkin will be out of the lineup on a “week-to-week” basis with an undisclosed upper-body injury. Malkin did not play in Sunday's game after he appeared to be injured in Saturday's loss to the St. Louis Blues.
Posted: 03/18/2019

Flyers' season on life-support after collapse against Leafs
It appears that Philadelphia's plan to tank the first half the of the season only to rise up for an attempted epic comeback into a playoff spot has all but failed. Mathematically, the Flyers aren't dead in the water, but soul-sucking losses like the one they endured on Friday night against the Toronto Maple Leafs sting so much more at this time of the year. The Flyers held a 5-2 lead midway through the second period in Toronto when the wheels began to fall off, followed by the transmission right before the engine blew to pieces.
Posted: 03/16/2019

The Buzzer: Islanders reclaim top spot in Metro; Flames clinch playoff spot
That is exactly what Carter Hart did on Sunday night as he stopped 41 of 42 shots he faced and gave his team a chance to score two late goals, one with 19 seconds remaining in regulation and another with three seconds remaining in overtime, to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins, keeping their slim playoff hopes for at least another day. Read all about it here. Brock Nelson, New York Islanders.
Posted: 03/18/2019

Push for the Playoffs: Can Panthers pull off the impossible?
IF THE PLAYOFFS STARTED TODAY Lightning vs. Blue Jackets Capitals vs. Hurricanes Islanders vs. Penguins Bruins vs. Maple Leafs Flames vs. Coyotes Jets vs. Stars Sharks vs. Golden Knights Predators vs. Blues TODAY'S GAMES WITH PLAYOFF CONTENDERS Devils vs. Avalanche (3 p.m. ET) Blues vs. Sabres (5 p.m. ET) Islanders vs. Wild (6 p.m.
Posted: 03/17/2019

NHL on NBCSN: Flyers in desperation mode vs. Penguins
After beating Ottawa 3-2 on Monday, the Flyers put up a dud in a 5-2 loss against the Washington Capitals on Thursday and then choked — hard — the following night in a 7-6 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs, a game where they led 5-2 in the second period before five unanswered goals unraveled them and perhaps their season. We're going to have to move on and be ready to go for Sunday,” Flyers forward James van Riemsdyk, who had a hat trick in the Toronto game, said. It gets to the point where you only have so many bullets left in the chamber.
Posted: 03/17/2019

NHL roundup: Flyers use flair for dramatic to top Pens
Mark Stone, Cody Eakin, Brayden McNabb and Alex Tuch also scored goals, and William Karlsson and Reilly Smith each had two assists for the Knights (40-27-5, 85 points), who won for the eighth time in nine games. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Leon Draisaitl and Kris Russell scored goals, and Connor McDavid had two assists for Edmonton (32-33-7, 71 points), which remained seven points out of the second wild card in the Western Conference. It was the eighth straight multi-point game for McDavid, who now has 105 points this season.
Posted: 03/18/2019


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GAME STATS
GP W L OT
HOME 36 18 14 4
AWAY 36 17 15 4
TOTAL 72 35 29 8

MARCH STATS
GP W L OT
HOME 3 1 2 0
AWAY 5 4 1 0
TOTAL 8 5 3 0

METROPOLITAN DIVISION
Team GP W L OT PTS GF GA
WSH 72 42 23 7 91 248 225
NYI 72 42 23 7 91 206 173
PIT 73 39 24 10 88 249 220
CAR 71 39 25 7 85 212 196
CBJ 72 40 28 4 84 220 210
PHI 72 35 29 8 78 222 241
NYR 72 28 31 13 69 202 241
NJD 73 27 37 9 63 204 249

EASTERN CONFERENCE
Team GP W L OT GD PTS
1. TBL 72 55 13 4 93 114
2. BOS 72 43 20 9 31 95
3. TOR 72 43 24 5 43 91
4. NYI 72 42 23 7 33 91
5. WSH 72 42 23 7 23 91
6. PIT 73 39 24 10 29 88
7. CAR* 71 39 25 7 16 85
8. CBJ* 72 40 28 4 10 84
9. MTL 72 37 28 7 0 81
10. PHI 72 35 29 8 -19 78
11. FLA 72 32 28 12 -8 76
12. BUF 72 31 32 9 -33 71
13. NYR 72 28 31 13 -39 69
14. NJD 73 27 37 9 -45 63
15. DET 72 25 37 10 -52 60
16. OTT 72 25 41 6 -50 56
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