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Thursday 3/14/2019Line$ LineOU LineScore



WASHINGTON (41-22-0-7, 89 pts.) at PHILADELPHIA (34-27-0-8, 76 pts.)
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Thursday, 3/14/2019 7:05 PM
Board OpeningLatest
3WASHINGTON-140Ov 6.5,-135-130Ov 6.5,-135
4PHILADELPHIA+120Un 6.5,+115+110Un 6.5,+115
WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games41-29-0+4.841-29+4.836-313.430.33.132.0
Team Stats (Road Games)20-15-0+520-15+518-163.330.13.431.8
Last 5 Games4-1-0+34-1+32-33.433.82.228.6
vs. Division14-8-0+4.214-8+4.29-
WASHINGTON Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)70240759165918212211.3%2044522.1%409
Team Stats (Road Games)35116374232510105411.0%871618.4%195
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)5177541316910.1%16318.7%29
Team Stats (vs. Division)227119242441066810.6%721419.4%109
Stats Against (All Games) 21758698371122399.7%2354920.9%348
Stats Against (Road Games) 11830384829111310.6%1152420.9%186
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 11254011437.7%18211.1%17
Stats Against (vs. Division) 60161824226808.8%821619.5%98
WASHINGTON - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
PHEONIX COPLEY (All Games)242169963290.4%116-5+1116-5-0+1011-9
PHEONIX COPLEY (Road Games)141339535589.9%19-4+5.79-4-0+56-7
PHEONIX COPLEY (vs. Division)5414813087.8%13-1+23-1-0+23-1
PHEONIX COPLEY (Last 4 Games)4412611490.5%04-0+44-0-0+42-2
BRADEN HOLTBY (All Games)50491531139290.9%325-24-6.225-24-0-325-22
BRADEN HOLTBY (Road Games)232271064190.3%111-11-0.711-11-0+112-9
BRADEN HOLTBY (vs. Division)181853049092.5%211-7+2.311-7-0+26-12
BRADEN HOLTBY (Last 4 Games)441089991.7%13-1+23-1-0+22-2

PHILADELPHIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games34-35-0-2.334-35-2.337-313.131.53.331.9
Team Stats (Home Games)18-17-0-3.118-17-3.119-
Last 5 Games4-1-0+3.84-1+3.83-
vs. Division9-12-0-3.29-12-3.212-
PHILADELPHIA Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
Team Stats (All Games)6921255688271521729.8%1993417.1%361
Team Stats (Home Games)351082435445711359.5%1082119.4%187
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)52161050114114.9%1119.1%36
Team Stats (vs. Division)2162181329266519.5%60915.0%107
Stats Against (All Games) 228717772812220110.4%1994422.1%365
Stats Against (Home Games) 11232354146111810.0%1002323.0%180
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 13454001478.8%1119.1%26
Stats Against (vs. Division) 671925212363010.6%53713.2%105
PHILADELPHIA - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
BRIAN ELLIOTT (All Games)232065560091.6%211-9+211-9-0+211-9
BRIAN ELLIOTT (Home Games)141239235891.3%16-6-1.26-6-0-16-6
BRIAN ELLIOTT (vs. Division)7720518791.2%04-3+1.34-3-005-2
BRIAN ELLIOTT (Last 4 Games)44988990.8%03-1+2.83-1-0+22-2
CARTER HART (All Games)222266260791.7%013-9+513-9-0+58-13
CARTER HART (Home Games)151548344491.9%010-5+5.410-5-0+57-8
CARTER HART (vs. Division)44826984.1%00-4-40-4-0-41-3
CARTER HART (Last 4 Games)44948287.2%02-2-0.12-2-002-1
ALEX LYON (All Games)21312580.6%00-1-1.20-1-0-11-0
ALEX LYON (Home Games)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
ALEX LYON (vs. Division)00000.0%00-000-0-000-0
ALEX LYON (Last 4 Games)21312580.6%00-1-1.20-1-0-11-0
MIKE MCKENNA (All Games)11731628289.2%01-6-41-6-0-44-3
MIKE MCKENNA (vs. Division)6419517388.7%00-4-40-4-0-42-2
MIKE MCKENNA (Last 4 Games)431028987.3%00-3-30-3-0-32-1
MICHAL NEUVIRTH (All Games)7618415885.9%11-5-4.81-5-0-54-2
MICHAL NEUVIRTH (Home Games)22503978.0%00-2-2.80-2-0-32-0
MICHAL NEUVIRTH (vs. Division)431079487.9%01-2-1.81-2-0-22-1
MICHAL NEUVIRTH (Last 4 Games)4311810387.3%10-3-3.20-3-0-32-1
CAM TALBOT (All Games)333093783889.4%011-19-8.911-19-0-816-13
CAM TALBOT (Last 4 Games)4311610691.4%02-1+1.52-1-0+22-1
Average power rating of opponents played: WASHINGTON 3.03,  PHILADELPHIA 3.05
2/17/2019at ANAHEIM2-5L0, -170L5.5 unO
2/18/2019at LOS ANGELES3-2W0, -110W6 unU
2/21/2019at TORONTO3-2W0, +160W6.5 ovU
2/23/2019at BUFFALO2-5L0, -125L6 unO
2/24/2019NY RANGERS6-5W0, -215W6.5 unO
2/26/2019OTTAWA7-2W0, -350W6.5 unO
3/1/2019at NY ISLANDERS3-1W0, -110W6 ovU
3/3/2019at NY RANGERS3-2W0, -150W6.5 ovU
3/6/2019at PHILADELPHIA5-3W0, -130W6.5 ovO
3/8/2019NEW JERSEY3-0W0, -370W6.5 evU
3/10/2019WINNIPEG3-1W0, -150W6.5 ovU
3/12/2019at PITTSBURGH3-5L0, +105L6.5 evO
3/14/2019at PHILADELPHIA 
3/16/2019at TAMPA BAY 
3/19/2019at NEW JERSEY 
3/20/2019TAMPA BAY 

2/16/2019DETROIT6-5W0, -185W6 evO
2/17/2019at DETROIT3-1W0, -140W6 evU
2/19/2019TAMPA BAY2-5L0, -105L6.5 ovO
2/21/2019at MONTREAL1-5L0, +130L6 unP
2/23/2019PITTSBURGH4-3W0, +120W6.5 unO
2/26/2019BUFFALO5-2W0, -150W6.5 unO
2/28/2019at COLUMBUS3-4L0, +175L6.5 unO
3/1/2019at NEW JERSEY6-3W0, -125W6.5 evO
3/3/2019at NY ISLANDERS4-1W0, +145W6 unU
3/6/2019WASHINGTON3-5L0, +110L6.5 ovO
3/9/2019at NY ISLANDERS5-2W0, +130W6 unO
3/11/2019OTTAWA3-2W0, -275W6.5 evU
3/15/2019at TORONTO 
3/17/2019at PITTSBURGH 
3/21/2019at CHICAGO 
3/23/2019NY ISLANDERS 
3/24/2019at WASHINGTON 
WASHINGTON: LAST SEASON: 49-26-7, 105 points. Won Metropolitan Division and Stanley Cup.
COACH: Todd Reirden (First season, first NHL season)
ADDED: C Nic Dowd, G Ilya Samsonov
LOST: C Jay Beagle, G Philipp Grubauer, D Jakub Jerabek
PLAYER TO WATCH: LW Alex Ovechkin. Coming off scoring an NHL-best 49 goals and winning the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP, Ovechkin has nothing left to prove as one of the best players of his generation. Now the Russian superstar is a father and a Stanley Cup-winner, though, so everyone's waiting to see his next trick at age 33.
OUTLOOK: Stanley Cup hangovers are real, and the Capitals will have to manage that and goaltender Braden Holtby playing more games because they don't have a proven backup. Washington has the talent on paper to make another deep run, but all those games deep into last June could have an effect. Reirden will have to be careful with that after replacing Barry Trotz behind the bench.
PHILADELPHIA: LAST SEASON: 42-26-14, 98 Points. Third in Metropolitan Division.
LOST to Pittsburgh Penguins in first round of Eastern Conference playoffs.
COACH: Dave Hakstol (fourth season, fourth NHL season).
ADDED: F James van Riemsdyk, D Christian Folin.
LOST: F Matt Read, D Brandon Manning.
PLAYER TO WATCH: Nolan Patrick. The Flyers bet their future on the 20-year-old Patrick when they made the center the No. 2 pick of the 2017 draft. Patrick had been bothered by a variety of injuries and but didn't need offseason surgery for the first time since 2015. Patrick's ice time jumped late in the season and he could blossom into a star this season paired on a line with James van Riemsdyk, a 36-goal scorer who signed a $35 million, five-year contract. On a team that still counts on the veterans for the bulk of the scoring, Patrick's emergence would show the Flyers were right to start a rebuild.
OUTLOOK: The Flyers have won between 33 and 42 games each of the last five years, a streak of mediocrity that sometimes gets them in the playoffs and sometimes it doesn't. The Flyers would like to not have to wait until the final week of the season to qualify for a playoff berth but it's difficult to imagine they can approach 100 points this season.
Hart returns as surging Flyers host Capitals

The Philadelphia Flyers will attempt to climb back within three points of the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference when they host the Washington Capitals on Thursday.

The Flyers will turn to rookie goaltender Carter Hart to make his first start since injuring his ankle on Feb. 21 in the pregame warmups before a game against the Montreal Canadiens.

Hart earned the start from interim head coach Scott Gordon despite the fact that Brian Elliott is 5-1-1 in his last seven starts.

"It was good to get back into the game lineup," Hart told reporters. "Even though I wasn't playing, just kind of getting into the rhythm of warming up again, and being around the guys again felt good."

This will be quite a daunting task for Hart against the defending Stanley Cup champions.

"I looked at what was best for Carter as far as routine-wise, as opposed to having to travel and no pregame skate the day of 1/8Friday's game 3/8," Gordon told reporters. "So just from a comfort standpoint, I think it'll probably be easier going through that routine than playing his first game back on the road."

The Flyers (34-27-8, 76 points) remain red hot, going 18-4-2 over their last 24 games. They will have to play for a second game without suspended forward Jakub Voracek, whose appeal of his punishment for a hit on New York Islanders defenseman Johnny Boychuk was denied.

"Right now, we're just taking things one game at a time and worrying about what we can control," Hart told reporters. "We can't control how other teams are playing. We just have to worry about what's in this locker room right here.

"I mean, we have the guys and we have the group to do it. We all believe in each other, and I think that's important in this stretch here."

The Capitals (41-22-7, 89 points) continue to lead the Metropolitan Division, but they fell 5-3 on the road to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday after blowing a two-goal lead.

Jakub Vrana scored two goals, John Carlson added one, but it wasn't enough. The biggest news came from Alex Ovechkin, who earned an assist to become the 48th player in NHL history with 1,200 career points.

Goaltender Braden Holtby, who had been quite steady as of late, made 25 saves but couldn't stop the electric Pittsburgh offense.

''I thought we gave this one away, to be honest with you,'' Capitals center Nicklas Backstrom told reporters. ''They got one there and they get some energy from that, and they just kept going. That's something we're not happy about.''

The Capitals started strong, bolting to a 2-0 advantage, before miscues and turnovers led to a Penguins comeback, and ultimately a victory.

''We know that they play that way,'' Holtby told reporters. ''They don't waste any shots. They don't waste any opportunities. ... Sometimes you just have to stick with it and just came up a little short.''

The Capitals had their seven-game winning streak snapped, so they'll travel to Philadelphia looking to open a new set of wins.

"We wanted to get off to a good start, and we did a great job with that," Washington defenseman John Carlson told reporters. "But we've got to be better righting the ship when things don't go your way."

Thursday's game is the second of a four-game road trip for the Capitals.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 5/25/2019 12:55:33 AM EST

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