Arizona Coyotes vs
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Coyotes Set to Face Flyers in Highly Anticipated Matchup at Wells Fargo Arena
In a highly anticipated matchup, the Arizona Coyotes will be facing off against the Philadelphia Flyers at Wells Fargo Arena in Pennsylvania. With a current record of 21-19-10, the Coyotes hold the 5th position in the Pacific Division, while the Flyers boast a 28-19-6 record, placing them 3rd in the Metropolitan Division. The Coyotes have been dominant in their previous encounters with the Flyers, securing three consecutive victories, including a 2-1 win in Seattle earlier this season. The game is scheduled to commence at 7:00 PM Eastern Time. In terms of betting odds, the Flyers have been designated as the favorites, opening at -145, and the line has remained unchanged.
- Moneyline: Coyotes +129 | Flyers -145
- Spread: Coyotes +1.5 (-195) | Flyers -1.5 (+170)
- Total: Over/Under 5.5 (-110)
- Based on the moneyline, the implied probability that Philadelphia will win straight-up is 59%.
Arizona vs Philadelphia Stats
The Arizona Coyotes have recently faced a series of losses, with their most recent defeat being a 5-4 overtime loss to the Nashville Predators. Goalie Connor Ingram made 32 saves but unfortunately let in the game-winning goal in overtime. Dylan Guenther, Travis Dermott, Nick Schmaltz, and Juuso Valimaki each contributed goals for the Coyotes in the game. Despite having a two-goal lead in the third period, Arizona could not secure the victory. The team has been struggling offensively during this losing streak, scoring two goals or less in three of their last five games. Head coach Andre Tourigny expressed his dissatisfaction with the team's penalties, physicality, pressure, and puck control. On the injury front, defenseman Troy Stecher remains on injured reserve. In terms of rankings, Arizona holds the 27th position in power rankings, with a rank of 23 in terms of offensive performance, averaging 2.96 goals per game. Defensively, they currently rank 13th, allowing an average of 3.06 points against per game. Overall, their record for the season stands at 23-23-4.
Philadelphia Flyers Analysis
The Philadelphia Flyers emerged victorious in their third consecutive game by defeating the Seattle Kraken with a score of 3-2. Center Sean Couturier sealed the victory by scoring the go-ahead goal in the third period. Scott Laughton and Ryan Poehling also contributed goals for the Flyers. Goalie Cal Petersen made an impressive performance, blocking 17 shots from the Kraken. The Flyers have demonstrated a strong defensive game, limiting their opponents to two or fewer goals in their past three games. Coach John Tortorella expressed satisfaction with the team's progress in their gameplay. It is worth noting that goaltender Carter Hart is currently listed on non-roster injured reserve due to an injury. According to power rankings, the Philadelphia Flyers hold the 18th position and rank 24th in offense, averaging 2.94 goals per game. Defensively, they rank 10th, allowing an average of 2.88 points per game. Overall, the Flyers have a 28-19-6 record. In their recent encounters, the Arizona Coyotes have experienced favorable outcomes, going 2-0-1 against the Flyers.
Coyotes Face Uphill Battle Against Flyers, Look Set to Suffer Another Loss
The Coyotes have encountered significant challenges when facing the Flyers lately, managing to secure just one victory in their previous five matchups with the team. Notably, in their last encounter in Philadelphia earlier this season, the Flyers emerged triumphant with a 4-1 win. Compounding the Coyotes' difficulties in this game is the impressive performance of the Flyers' goalkeepers, who rank among the league's best in terms of average goals allowed per game. Conversely, the Arizona offense has struggled, ranking near the bottom of the league in scoring. Consequently, if the Coyotes should find themselves trailing on the road, their limited offensive capacity likely hampers their ability to mount a successful comeback. This is further accentuated by their discouraging away record for this season, where they have only won 33.3% of their games and currently find themselves on a five-game losing streak. Given these ongoing trends, it appears highly probable that the Flyers will enjoy a comfortable victory in Philadelphia on Monday.
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