Flyers vs Golden Knights Live Stream Watch Online, Vegas Golden Knights vs Philadelphia Flyers Live Online NHL Hockey 2018, Flyers vs. Golden Knights preview: Nice to make your acquaintance, Flyers vs. Golden Knights The Flyers and the Golden Knights face off for the first time this season 8PM tonight at the T-Mobile Arena.
The Flyers hit the back end of their back to back tonight against the Golden Knights. They pulled off a shootout win (their first of the season) against the Coyotes last night in a weird and scrambly game that also saw Elliott get hurt on a freak play during the shootout. It was kind of a mess, if we’re being totally honest.
The Flyers come in for their very first trip to Vegas and first meeting with the expansion team in club history… The club lost forward Pierre-Edouard Bellemare to the Golden Knights expansion draft in June… The Flyers will be facing an expansion team for the first time since they first played the Columbus Blue Jackets on Nov. 29, 2000 (a span of 6,283 days – 17 years, 2 months & 13 days)… The Flyers won that game, 4-3, with Mark Recchi scoring two goals, including the game-winner, and goaltender Brian Boucher stopped 23 of 26 shots.
The Golden Knights are smashing expansion team records in hockey… They own the best record in the Western Conference and second-best in the entire NHL in both wins (36) and overall points (76)… With their 34th win on Feb. 1, they established an NHL record for most wins by a team in its inaugural season… In addition, Vegas is coming off a six-game road trip with tonight being their first home game… The Golden Knights home record is among the best in the NHL, suffering only three losses in regulation at 19-3-2… Of their five total losses at home, only two have come by more than one goal.
Boston Bruins vs St. Louis Blues Live Stream Watch online, NHL Odds: Bruins Vs. Blues Live Online NhL 2018 Live Stream Free On Ipad, Iphone, Mac, Tablet PC or Any Devices From Any Where.
The Boston Bruins will be looking to bounce back from their first loss in regulation since mid-December when they host the St. Louis Blues on Thursday as -140 favorites on the NHL odds at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com. Boston extended its winless streak against Anaheim with a 3-1 loss to the visiting Ducks as -125 chalk on Tuesday.
That defeat halted a five-game win streak, and also marked the club’s second loss in four home contests ahead of Thursday night’s Blues vs. Bruins betting matchup at TD Garden.
The Bruins remain one of the hottest teams in the NHL, going 14-1-3 while avoiding consecutive losses over their past 18 games, and have climbed into striking distance of the Atlantic-leading Tampa Bay Lightning, whom they trail by just five points in the division standings with three games in hand.
he Bruins took to the ice at Warrior Ice Arena Wednesday morning coming off of a regulation loss for the first time in over a month. A 3-1 setback to the Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday night ended their points streak at 18 games (14-0-4), but they will now turn their focus to reclaiming that success on Thursday night when they host the St. Louis Blues at TD Garden.
“Good work day today and back at it – got to start a new streak tomorrow,” said Bruins forward David Backes. “That’s our focus, and I think it was a good day to get back on the ice and clear our minds…we got a little bit of a wakeup call, and now back to work today, good day of practice and we’ve got another tough opponent tomorrow.”
Slow starts to games have been an issue for the Bruins of late, with their opponents scoring the opening goal in each of the last eight games. Coach Bruce Cassidy said that the team has addressed it and will look to remedy the concern against the Blues.