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NHL : ATS Matchup
Friday 3/15/2019Line$ LineOU LineScore
PHILADELPHIA
 
TORONTO
PK  

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7
 
6
Final
7

PHILADELPHIA (34-28-0-8, 76 pts.) at TORONTO (42-23-0-5, 89 pts.)
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Friday, 3/15/2019 7:05 PM
#1 GOALTENDERS: PHILADELPHIA - BRIAN ELLIOTT, TORONTO - FREDERIK ANDERSEN
Board OpeningLatest
 LineTotalLineTotal
21PHILADELPHIA+160Ov 6.5,-140+180Ov 6.5,-140
22TORONTO-180Un 6.5,+120-215Un 6.5,+120
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
PHILADELPHIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-L-TUnitsW-LUnitsO-UScoreShotsScoreShots
All Games34-36-0-3.434-36-3.438-313.131.43.331.9
Team Stats (Road Games)16-18-0+0.716-18+0.718-153.130.53.431.9
Last 5 Games3-2-0+1.83-2+1.83-23.428.23.029.2
PHILADELPHIA Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
 GamesGoals1rst2nd3rdOTENShotsPctNumConvPctAst
Team Stats (All Games)7021455708271521969.7%2033416.7%364
Team Stats (Road Games)3410431333828103710.0%911314.3%174
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)51741120014112.1%1200.0%30
Stats Against (All Games) 233737973813223310.4%2024421.8%374
Stats Against (Road Games) 11639423146108310.7%992121.2%185
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 156540114610.3%1317.7%29
PHILADELPHIA - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
GoalieGamesStartsShotsSavesPCTSHOATSUnitsSUUnitsO-U
BRIAN ELLIOTT (All Games)232065560091.6%211-9+211-9-0+211-9
BRIAN ELLIOTT (Road Games)9826324292.0%15-3+3.25-3-0+35-3
BRIAN ELLIOTT (Last 4 Games)44988990.8%03-1+2.83-1-0+22-2
CARTER HART (All Games)232369363491.5%013-10+413-10-0+49-13
CARTER HART (Road Games)7717916391.1%03-4-0.43-4-001-5
CARTER HART (Last 4 Games)44877687.4%01-3-21-3-0-22-1
ALEX LYON (All Games)21312580.6%00-1-1.20-1-0-11-0
ALEX LYON (Road Games)21312580.6%00-1-1.20-1-0-11-0
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 (Road Games)7522319687.9%01-4-21-4-0-24-1
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 (Road Games)5413411988.8%11-3-21-3-0-22-2
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 (Road Games)161548043690.8%07-8+0.27-8-0+17-7
CAM TALBOT (Last 4 Games)4311610691.4%02-1+1.52-1-0+22-1

TORONTO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-L-TUnitsW-LUnitsO-UScoreShotsScoreShots
All Games42-28-0-3.342-28-3.335-313.632.42.933.2
Team Stats (Home Games)21-15-0-7.621-15-7.619-153.631.62.933.2
Last 5 Games2-3-0-3.52-3-3.53-23.435.43.636.4
TORONTO Team Statistics
 Scoring    Shots On GoalPower Plays 
 GamesGoals1rst2nd3rdOTENShotsPctNumConvPctAst
Team Stats (All Games)70250668989613227111.0%1794122.9%421
Team Stats (Home Games)3612928504928113911.3%802126.2%221
Team Stats (Last 5 Games)517467001779.6%9333.3%31
Stats Against (All Games) 20462706751223268.8%1783519.7%348
Stats Against (Home Games) 1033240301811948.6%821720.7%172
Stats Against (Last 5 Games) 18656101829.9%10220.0%35
TORONTO - Goalie Statistics
 Goalie StatisticsTeam's record in starts
GoalieGamesStartsShotsSavesPCTSHOATSUnitsSUUnitsO-U
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (All Games)52521696156192.0%133-19+2.133-19-0030-19
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Home Games)262682876392.1%016-10-316-10-0-416-8
FREDERIK ANDERSEN (Last 4 Games)44978486.6%01-3-4.61-3-0-42-2
MICHAEL HUTCHINSON (All Games)9823921288.7%12-6-6.82-6-0-64-4
MICHAEL HUTCHINSON (Home Games)5515413990.3%11-4-5.31-4-0-52-3
MICHAEL HUTCHINSON (Last 4 Games)4411810992.4%12-2-0.62-2-000-4
GARRET SPARKS (All Games)161346742390.6%17-6-3.27-6-0-34-8
GARRET SPARKS (Home Games)8623621791.9%14-2-1.34-2-0-12-4
GARRET SPARKS (Last 4 Games)4211410289.5%00-2-2.60-2-0-31-1
Average power rating of opponents played: PHILADELPHIA 3.08,  TORONTO 3.12
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
PHILADELPHIA - Schedule
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTotalO/U
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
3/14/2019WASHINGTON2-5L0, +105L6.5 ovO
3/15/2019at TORONTO 
3/17/2019at PITTSBURGH 
3/19/2019MONTREAL 
3/21/2019at CHICAGO 
3/23/2019NY ISLANDERS 
3/24/2019at WASHINGTON 

TORONTO - Schedule
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTotalO/U
2/16/2019at ARIZONA0-2L0, -170L6 ovU
2/19/2019at ST LOUIS2-3L0, -105L6 unU
2/21/2019WASHINGTON2-3L0, -180L6.5 ovU
2/23/2019MONTREAL6-3W0, -195W6 ovO
2/25/2019BUFFALO5-3W0, -250W6.5 evO
2/27/2019EDMONTON6-2W0, -245W6.5 ovO
2/28/2019at NY ISLANDERS1-6L0, +115L6 evO
3/2/2019BUFFALO5-2W0, -265W6.5 ovO
3/4/2019at CALGARY6-2W0, +110W6.5 ovO
3/6/2019at VANCOUVER2-3L0, -210L6.5 ovU
3/9/2019at EDMONTON3-2W0, -170W7 unU
3/11/2019TAMPA BAY2-6L0, -110L6.5 ovO
3/13/2019CHICAGO4-5L0, -240L7 ovO
3/15/2019PHILADELPHIA 
3/16/2019at OTTAWA 
3/19/2019at NASHVILLE 
3/20/2019at BUFFALO 
3/23/2019NY RANGERS 
3/25/2019FLORIDA 
KEY GAME INFORMATION
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.
TORONTO: LAST SEASON: 49-26-7, 105 points. Finished third in Atlantic Division.
LOST to Boston Bruins in first round of playoffs.
COACH: Mike Babcock (Fourth season, 16th NHL season)
ADDED: C John Tavares, F Tyler Ennis
LOST: LW James van Riemsdyk, C Tyler Bozak, F Leo Komarov, F Matt Martin, D Roman Polak
PLAYER TO WATCH: Tavares. Even on a team with Auston Matthews, all eyes are on Tavares after the Toronto native signed a $77 million, seven-year contract to play for his hometown Leafs. He's a point-a-game playmaker, and with Matthews and Nazem Kadri following Tavares down the middle of the lineup, Toronto has arguably the best center depth in the league.
OUTLOOK: The Maple Leafs are a legitimate Stanley Cup contender for the first time in the salary-cap era that began in 2005. The goaltending of Frederik Andersen has to be on point, and the suspect defense has to perform, but Toronto should make the playoffs easily and could become the first Canadian-based team in the final since Vancouver in 2011.
PREVIEW
Leafs, Flyers both slumping entering key matchup

The Philadelphia Flyers will look to quickly rebound from a loss at home to the Washington Capitals when they travel north to visit the Toronto Maple Leafs on Friday.

The Flyers remain in contention for a playoff berth in the Eastern Conference, but they're five points out of the final spot.

Philadelphia struggled against the Capitals in a 5-2 loss Thursday. Scott Laughton and James van Riemsdyk each scored, but the Capitals answered van Riemsdyk's second-period goal with two goals in 65 seconds for a 4-1 lead and the Flyers never recovered.

"We made too many mistakes and they ended up in the back of the net," Laughton told reporters after the game. "It's hard to come back from that."

Rookie goaltender Carter Hart received his first start in three weeks and made 27 saves, though interim head coach Scott Gordon has intimated that Brian Elliott will be in the net against the Maple Leafs.

The Flyers will also receive a boost with the return of forward Jake Voracek from a two-game suspension.

"I don't want go into the 'war' through the media," Voracek told reporters about his suspension and his hit on the New York Islanders' Johnny Boychuk that drew the suspension. "It was a hockey game, it was the heat of the moment. But we're five points out of a playoff spot and we should be more focused on that than my comments on (Boychuk)."

Philadelphia will need some offensive infusion as it went 0 for 4 on the power the Capitals. The Flyers are 0 for 12 with the man advantage over the last five games.

The Flyers are 6-5-0 in the second game of back-to-backs this season, but have been outscored, 41-29.

The Maple Leafs fell 5-4 at home to the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday, giving up the first five goals before nearly battling all the way back.

This loss, the Maple Leafs' second straight, followed a 6-2 defeat to the Tampa Bay Lightning -- a team far superior to the Blackhawks throughout the season.

"We just weren't ready to play again, came out flat-footed," Toronto's Auston Matthews told reporters of the game against Chicago. "They're hungry, they're fighting for a playoff spot."

Matthews, Morgan Rielly, Andreas Johnsson and John Tavares each scored while William Nylander and Mitch Marner had two assists apiece. But too many turnovers led to early Chicago goals and the Maple Leafs were never able to recover.

Frederik Andersen gave up four goals on 14 shots in the first period and was replaced by Garret Sparks, who finished admirably with 24 saves.

This was the first time the Maple Leafs have given up four goals in a period this season, and the first time it has transpired in the first period of a home game since Dec. 23, 2008.

The Maple Leafs have been besieged by injuries all season and played without key players against Chicago such as forward Zach Hyman (flu) and defensemen Jake Gardiner (back) and Travis Dermott (shoulder).

"We can't think about injuries, we've had years in the past where we were very fortunate with them," Toronto Rielly told reporters. "You just look at who's available, go out there and motivate each other. We keep on saying that playoffs are around the corner and we have to get in playoff mode, but we have to (really) do it. There's no reason not to be urgent, prepared and hungry at this time of year."

--Field Level Media


Last Updated: 3/22/2019 7:52:25 AM EST


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