Flyers look to stop road losing streak, take on the Canadiens

Philadelphia Flyers (36-27-10, third in the Metropolitan Division) vs. Montreal Canadiens (27-32-12, seventh in the Atlantic Division)

Montreal, Quebec; Thursday, 7 p.m. EDT

BOTTOM LINE: The Philadelphia Flyers will look to end a four-game road skid when they face the Montreal Canadiens.

Montreal has gone 13-17-4 at home and 27-32-12 overall. The Canadiens have a 24-9-6 record when scoring three or more goals.

Philadelphia is 36-27-10 overall and 17-12-7 on the road. The Flyers have committed 297 total penalties (4.1 per game) to rank seventh in the league.

Thursday's game is the second meeting between these teams this season. The Flyers won 3-2 in a shootout in the last matchup.

TOP PERFORMERS: Juraj Slafkovsky has scored 15 goals with 25 assists for the Canadiens. Nicholas Suzuki has five goals and three assists over the past 10 games.

Joel Farabee has scored 21 goals with 28 assists for the Flyers. Owen Tippett has four goals and six assists over the last 10 games.

LAST 10 GAMES: Canadiens: 4-4-2, averaging 2.3 goals, 3.8 assists, four penalties and nine penalty minutes while giving up 2.5 goals per game.

Flyers: 4-4-2, averaging 2.7 goals, 4.2 assists, 3.9 penalties and 11.2 penalty minutes while giving up 3.9 goals per game.

INJURIES: Canadiens: Joshua Roy: out (undisclosed), Kirby Dach: out for season (knee), Christian Dvorak: out (pectoral).

Flyers: Nick Seeler: out (lower body), Rasmus Ristolainen: out (upper body), Ryan Ellis: out (lower body), Jamie Drysdale: out (upper body).


The Associated Press created this story using technology provided by Data Skrive and data from Sportradar.