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Run It Back; Flyers Game 22 vs Hurricanes: Lines, Notes, How to Watch



Philadelphia Flyers, Carolina Hurricanes
The Philadelphia Flyers host the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Wells Fargo Center.

After taking revenge for their first loss on Oct. 30, the Philadelphia Flyers (11-9-1) host the Carolina Hurricanes (12-8-0) at 7:30 p.m. at the Wells Fargo Center.

The Flyers will have a morning skate at 10:30 am at the Flyers Training Center in Voorhees, NJ.

Philadelphia snapped a two-game losing streak with a frenetic shootout win over the New York Islanders on Saturday. In the win, the Flyers recorded 40 or more shots on goal for the fourth time this season. The Hurricanes have done so six times.

Following Sam Ersson’s strong outing against the Islanders, it is expected that Carter Hart starts against the Hurricanes.

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The Philadelphia Flyers are 1-3-1 in their last five against the Hurricanes, though that win came on Nov. 15.

Per Moneypuck, Antti Raanta has been the fourth-worst goalie in the league with a -6.9 goals saved above expected. Pyotr Kochetkov is the 16th-worst with a mark of -4.0.

Raanta has been especially cold lately, so it’s likely Kochetkov mans the crease again.

Expected Flyers Lines

Tyson Foerster – Sean Couturier – Travis Konecny

Owen Tippett – Morgan Frost – Cam Atkinson

Joel Farabee – Ryan Poehling – Noah Cates

Nic Deslauriers – Scott Laughton – Garnet Hathaway


Cam York – Travis Sanheim

Nick Seeler – Sean Walker

Marc Staal – Rasmus Ristolainen


Carter Hart

Sam Ersson

Expected Hurricanes Lines

Teuvo Teravainen – Sebastian Aho – Seth Jarvis

Andrei Svechnikov – Jesperi Kotkaniemi – Martin Necas

Jordan Martinook – Jordan Staal – Jesper Fast

Michael Bunting – Jack Drury – Stefan Noesen


Jaccob Slavin – Brent Burns

Brady Skjei – Brett Pesce

Dmitry Orlov – Jalen Chatfield


Pyotr Kochetkov

Antti Raanta

Flyers Special Teams

Flyers power play: 10.14%, 29th

Flyers penalty kill: 83.58%, 12th

Hurricanes power play: 21.62%, 13th

Hurricanes penalty kill: 74.63%, 25th

Flyers Game Notes

Only the Hurricanes and Edmonton Oilers (6) have more games with 40 or more shots on goals this season.

Philadelphia is 11-1-0 when scoring the first goal this season, and 9-2-0 when leading after the first period.

With his appearance against the Hurricanes, Sean Couturier will have the seventh-most games played in Philadelphia Flyers history (741).

Nic Deslauriers is one point away from 100 in his NHL career.

How to Watch the Flyers Game

TV: ESPN+, Hulu

Radio: 97.5 The Fanatic

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