Flyers v. Kings
Last Game: Won, 4-1 v. Blues (Sat. Mar 22nd)
Streak: Won 5
- The Flyers are 83-37-15-3 all-time against the Kings and 42-16-7-2 at home against Los Angeles.
- Philadelphia is 8-1-1 in the month of March and 12-2-1 since February 1st.
- The Flyers have won five straight games for the first time since March 2012.
- Philadelphia is 18-2-1 this season when Claude Giroux scores a goal and 31-12-3 when he registers at least one point.
- Wayne Simmonds has five goals and three assists during the Flyers five-game winning streak.
- Vinny Lecavalier is two goals from 400 in his NHL career and Jake Voracek is two goals away from 100 in his NHL career.
Last Game: Won, 4-0 v. Panthers (Sat. Mar 22nd)
Streak: Won 2
- The Kings are 40-82-16 all-time against the Flyers and 18-41-8 in Philadelphia.
- Los Angeles has won their last two games in Philadelphia dating back to February 2011.
- The Kings have won 10 of their last 13 games while outscoring opponents 36-22.
- Los Angeles has won five consecutive games on away from the Staples Center.
- The Kings have already tied a franchise record with 11 shutouts this season.
- Tonight marks the first time Jeff Carter faces his former team in Philadelphia.
23-15-2, 2.01 GAA, .917 SV%
Quick, 28, has been spectacular in his last two starts allowing just one goal combined. He allowed one goal on 22 shots in the Kings 2-1 overtime victory against the Capitals on Thursday. He pitched a shutout on Saturday against the Panthers stopping all 24 shots. In six career games against the Flyers, Quick is 3-2-0 with a 1.64 GAA and a .938 SV% with one shutout.
8-9-1, 2.96 GAA, .899 SV%
Emery, 31, allowed two early goals Tuesday against the Blackhawks but rebounded to get the 3-2 overtime victory for the Flyers stopping 23 of 25 total shots fired his way. He is 2-0-0 in his last two starts. In five career games against the Kings, Emery is 2-0-1 with a 1.34 GAA and a .955 SV% allowing just five goals on 111 shots.