PHILADELPHIA (TICKER) —The Vancouver Canucks try to extend their franchise-record road unbeaten streak to 10 games on Tuesday when they continue a five-game trip against the Philadelphia Flyers at First Union Center.
The Canucks are unbeaten in their last nine road games (6-0-3-0), eclipsing the previous franchise mark set in 1995. They have also set a new team record with 21 road victories this season.
Vancouver improved to 1-0-1-0 on its road trip with a 6-4 victory over the Boston Bruins on Monday.
Philadelphia extended its winning streak to three games with a 3-2 overtime victory over Boston on Saturday.
Jeremy Roenick scored two goals, including the game-winner one minute into overtime, as the Flyers won for the fourth time in five games.
Philadelphia has just one loss in its last five home games (2-1-2-0) and is 15-9-7-1 at First Union Center this season.
The Flyers split two meetings with the Canucks last season, with each team winning on the road.