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Flyers host Hurricanes on Pride Night in mid-Monday matchup

The Philadelphia Flyers will certainly want to avoid the eye of the Carolina Hurricanes in this matchup, as the Hurricanes currently hold first place in the Metropolitan Division.

The Hurricanes are coming off an important win over the second-place Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday afternoon. They’ll travel across the state and take on the Flyers today at 3:00pm on Pride Night for a mid-Monday matinee!

Get your 2:30 coffee at work folks, you won’t want to miss the Flyers aggravating you during your rush hour commute home! Flip a coin for who makes you yell obscenities first: That guy in the Corolla who cut you off on 76 or the Yandle-Seeler pairing getting mauled by the Canes’ top line. Let’s see how the Flyers stack up vs the Canes.

PHI Record: 15-25-9, 39 points, 7th in Metropolitan

CAR Record: 34-11-4, 72 points, 1st in Metropolitan

When: 3:00pm ET

Where: Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA

PHI Goalie: Carter Hart

CAR Goalie: Frederik Andersen

PHI Projected Lineup

Oskar Lindblom – Claude Giroux – Cam Atkinson

James van Riemsdyk – Scott Laughton – Travis Konecny

Max Willman – Morgan Frost – Gerry Mayhew

Isaac Ratcliffe – Patrick Brown – Zack MacEwen

Ivan Provorov – Justin Braun

Travis Sanheim – Rasmus Ristolainen

Keith Yandle – Nick Seeler

Martin Jones

Kirill Ustimenko

CAR Projected Lineup

Andrei Svechnikov – Sebastian Aho – Teuvo Teräväinen

Steven Lorentz – Vincent Trocheck – Martin Nečas

Nino Niederreiter – Jordan Staal – Jesper Fast

Jordan Martinook – Jesperi Kotkaniemi – Seth Jarvis

Jaccob Slavin – Tony DeAngelo

Brady Skjei – Brett Pesce

Brendan Smith – Ethan Bear

Frederik Andersen

Antti Raanta

Last Game PHI: (2/17) 5-3 L vs WSH

Last Game CAR: (2/20) 4-3 W vs PIT

News and Notes

  • Rasmus Ristolainen re-enters the lineup after missing 3 games with an upper-body injury. Patrick Brown is also making his return to the ice, coming back from a knee injury. His last game was a 3-2 OTL vs the Sharks on January 8th.
  • The last time the Hurricanes flew into town on Black Friday, the Flyers took a beating. Sebastian Aho scored twice and the Canes netted four straight unanswered goals to walk away with a 6-3 win in Philadelphia. Joel Farabee scored a pretty slick shorthanded goal though.
  • Today is Pride Night at Wells Fargo Center! The arena will be decked out in rainbow colors and the Flyers will be using Pride Tape in warmups. The sticks then will be auctioned off afterwards by Flyers Charities. The Flyers will also be hosting multiple LGBTQ+ organizations at the game as well with complimentary tickets and will be celebrating Pride throughout the game.
  • The Flyers have an all-time record of 53-31-7 against the Canes and have outscored them in those games 284-232. There have been four Flyers hat tricks against the Canes, scored by Danny Briere (2007), Joffrey Lupul (2007), Scott Hartnell (2008), and Jeff Carter (2010).

Broadcast Info: Stream: TV: NBCSP, ESPN+, Radio: 97.5 The Fanatic


PHI: – Wade Allison (knee), Joel Farabee (upper-body), Kevin Hayes (hip), Sean Couturier (back), Nate Thompson (shoulder), Derick Brassard (hip), Ryan Ellis (lower-body), Carter Hart (eye)

CAR: Jake Gardiner (hip/back)

Been way too into the Flyers for my whole life.

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