Minnesota vs Philadelphia Mon, Jan 14
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Broad Street Hockey: Flyers 7, Wild 4: Who are you and what have you done with my boys?
I know what all of you are wondering.
"Emily, the Flyers were literally giving away tickets to this game. Why on Earth are you home right now and not there? Don't you want to get drunk on a Monday night watching your hapless boys do something suspiciously close to sports? Don't you want a soft pretzel? Some $10.25 crab fries? Seriously why are they $10.25 that's utterly absurd?"
Well, the truth is that I am tired. First, I'd have to step out of my comfortable joggers, then I would have to put on winter clothes, and I would need to leave my house.
Fansided: Philadelphia Flyers offense finally erupts in 7-4 win over Wild
After displaying a losing effort in their last contest, the Philadelphia Flyers looked to bounce back and faced a Minnesota Wild team who were coming off a loss of their own as well.
Carter Hart received his third straight start from Interim Head Coach Scott Gordon and opposed Devan Dubnyk in-net. Dubnyk had a record of 17-15-3 record, with a 2.62 Goals Against Average, and a .914 save percentage. He let in a total of five goals in his last start and the Flyers offense had to take advantage by putting more pucks on-goal.
Hockey Wilderness: Philadelphia puts a touchdown up on Minnesota
Fresh off their setback at home against the Red Wings, the Wild were back in action this evening at Wells Fargo Center. Unlike Saturday night, where Minnesota looked lost and confused against a team that is rebuilding for the future, the Wild will look to keep it's dominance on the road going. You hope that this game and a third period streak of bad play will come to a close against another struggling team lead by Gritty. The Flyers aren't as bad as the Wings, but it's close. Let's get into this recap.
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Minnesota Wild (64% consensus). The Minnesota Wild were booed out of their own building in their last outing after what Bruce Boudreau labeled as "the worst game that we've played since I've been here as coach." The Wild look to get back in Boudreau's good graces on Monday when they visit the free-falling Philadelphia Flyers at Wells Fargo Center... http://bit.ly/2iFJeWw
Broad Street Hockey: Flyers vs. Wild preview: Looking to get back on track vs. Minnesota
After breaking their prolonged losing streak vs. Dallas last Thursday, the Flyers followed up that effort with a 3-2 loss at the hands of the New Jersey Devils on Saturday. While losing generally sucks, that may have been the best thing for the Flyers to do vs. New Jersey, another one of the bottom feeding teams in the NHL. Improving those lottery odds loss by loss, baby!
Flyers vs. Wild
7:00 p.m. ET
Radio: 97.5 The Fanatic
Tonight, they face off with the Minnesota Wild for the first time this season.
Statfox free betting prediction: 3 to 3. Total score: 6. Bet the under!
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Betting Prediction for Minnesota Wild vs Philadelphia Flyers on January 14, 2019, 7:00 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Minnesota will WIN and the Total will go Under .
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