Flyers v. Maple Leafs
Last Game: Loss, 3-1 @ Rangers (Wed. Mar 26th)
Streak: Lost 2
- The Flyers are 8-3-1 in the month of March and 12-4-1 since February 1st. They are coming off back-to-back regulation losses for the first time since January 23-25th.
- This is the third and final meeting against Toronto tonight and the Flyers are still looking for their first win going 0-1-1 in the previous two games and just 1-3-1 in their last five games against the Leafs.
- The Flyers are 89-54-22-2 all-time against the Maple Leafs and 51-24-8-0 all-time at home.
- Philadelphia in tied for second in the NHL with 82 third period goals.
- Jake Voracek has a four game scoring streak with five points in that span and has recorded a goal in three consecutive games.
- Vinny Lecavalier is three goals away from 400 in the NHL.
Last Game: Loss, 5-3 v. Blues (Tue. Mar 25th)
Streak: Lost 6
- The Maple Leafs have lost six straight games and seven of their last eight.
- Toronto is 56-86-22-3 all-time against the Flyers and just 24-50-8-1 all-time in Philadelphia.
- David Clarkson leads all Maple Leafs in games (34) and points (15) against the Flyers thanks to his time spent as a New Jersey Devil.
- The Maple Leafs are 20-1-5 this season when captain Dion Phaneuf registers a point and 4-1-3 when he scores a goal.
- Joffrey Lupul registered the only regular-season overtime goal of his career on March 8th against the Flyers.
- Toronto leads the NHL with 46 fighting majors which is three ahead of second place Philadelphia.
25-17-7, 2.64 GAA, .925 SV%
Bernier, 25, is 3-1-2 in his last six starts but allowed four goals on 48 shots to the Blues on Tuesday in the 5-3 loss. He left his previous start due to an injury after allowing two goals in one period of action. In three career starts against the Flyers, Bernier is 2-1-0 with a 3.86 GAA and a .882 SV% allowing 10 goals on 85 shots.
30-17-6, 2.54 GAA, .916 SV%
Mason, 25, allowed three goals on 29 shots in Wednesday's 3-1 loss to the Rangers. Entering Wednesday, Mason had won four straight games allowing just six goals over that span. In six career games against the Maple Leafs, Mason is 2-3-1 with a 3.96 GAA and a .860 SV% while allowing 20 goals on 143 shots.