Who: New Jersey Devils at Philadelphia Flyers
When: 7:30 p.m. ET; Pregame show at 7:00 p.m. ET
Where: Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA
Media: TV - MSG+ (Channel listings); Radio - Bloomberg (1130 AM)
Stats & Notes (via Devils PR)
- New Jersey is looking to end a season-high ten-game (0-6-4) winless streak. A loss tonight would tie the second-longest winless streak in team history (11, accomplished twice, most recently 0-7-4, December 27, 1990-January 22, 1991)
- Monday at Toronto the Devils were shutout for the third time in six games/this season. New Jersey was shutout in back-to-back games for the sixth time in club history and the first time since March 13-15, 2012.
- Also Monday, New Jersey fell to 3-16-6 on the year when allowing the first goal. The Devils are 12-1-4 when scoring the first goal this season.
- The Devils out shot the Maple Leafs Monday, 32-13, and have now out shot their opponent in 21 of the past 23 games.
- New Jersey has allowed just 24 shots over the past two games combined, which ties the mark for the fewest in back-to-back games in team history (also March 19-21, 2001). -credit Elias Sports Bureau
- The Devils have allowed just 46 shots over the past 3 games, which is a team record for a three-game stretch (previously 46, December 4-10, 2003).-credit Elias Sports Bureau
- Toronto’s 2 shots in the second period Monday tied for a season-low for an opponent (also, April 12 vs. Ottawa, 3rd period).
- The Devils are 3-0-1 vs. the Flyers this season and, including the playoffs, have won nine of the last 12 meetings between the teams.
- Martin Brodeur (11 saves) took the loss in goal Monday. He has started 12 consecutive games and is 2-6-4 since returning to the lineup on March 21 at Carolina.
Forwards Defense Goalie
Elias-Zajac-Sullivan Greene-Fayne Brodeur
Inactives: Barch, Kostopoulos, Loktionov, Ubrom
Sidelined: Salvador (wrist)
Suspended: Volchenkov (two games)