Stadium: Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia)
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Philadelphia is having a surprisingly decent regular season, although, in recent years, we have gotten used to the fact that the Flyers enter the fight for cup spots. John Tortorella still managed to gradually shake up the team, which now doesn't look like a whipping boy but is steadily clinging to points. Moreover, at the equator of November, they managed to give a 5-match winning streak, after which they still lost to the Islanders and Rangers - 2:3 and 1:3, respectively. The day before, the Islanders took revenge with a 1:0 shootout win, which allowed them to move up to ninth in the Eastern Conference standings, minimizing their gap from the top-8.
Carolina is a team with a much more solid level of ambition, which in recent years was definitely among the main contenders for the Stanley Cup but has not yet reached the coveted trophy. This season, the Hurricanes are once again determined to fight for the title, but they can not boast of prohibitively good results so far in the regular season. Especially in the opening period, they lost a lot of points, but by November, they picked up a decent pace, which allowed them to win six of their last nine games with three losses. They sit in sixth position in the Eastern Conference standings for now, but they are ready to be much higher.
Expert Betting Tips
Philadelphia has already made a big deal out of beating Carolina during the current regular season, as the Hurricanes had an eight-match winning streak in head-to-head competition. The Flyers are unlikely to build on their success, as Rod Brindamore's men have gradually started to find themselves, winning six of their last nine games. The Pennsylvanians, on the other hand, have a five-game winning streak, which has taken a lot of energy and emotion out of them, and that's why they haven't looked as convincing in their last three games.
Philadelphia and Carolina, in the current season have already held two personal meetings, which turned out to be poor on goals: first, the Hurricanes won - 3:2, and then the Flyers took revenge - 3:1. And we shouldn't expect a scoring extravaganza in the upcoming clash, and the Pennsylvanians will be especially anxious to score, who in the last three games have scored and conceded a total of only nine pucks (3.00 average per game).